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Bosch BGL8ZOO Vacuum cleaner User manual
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Table of content
Safety information ...................................................................5
Intended use ..............................................................................5
Safety information .....................................................................6
Proper use .................................................................................6
Notes on energy label .............................................................10
Your vacuum cleaner ..............................................................11
Replacement parts and special accessories ..........................13
Before using your appliance for the first time .......................15
Connecting the flexible hose ..................................................15
Placing the Bionic filter............................................................15
Initial use ................................................................................16
Putting the handle and the telescopic tube together ..............16
Inserting the telescopic tube into the floor nozzle .................17
Adjusting the telescopic tube ..................................................17
Attaching the accessories holder.............................................18
Connecting the appliance .......................................................18
Switch on /off .........................................................................19
Controlling the suction level ....................................................19
Vacuuming ...............................................................................20
Set the adjustable floor nozzle ................................................20
Vacuuming with accessories ....................................................21
Professional upholstery nozzle ................................................22
Parking aid ..............................................................................22
Carrying the appliance ...........................................................23
After using this appliance ......................................................23
Disconnecting the appliance ..................................................23
Storing and transporting ........................................................24
Replacing the dust bag ...........................................................24
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Table of content
Changing the filter .................................................................25
Opening the lid .......................................................................25
Changing the dust bag ............................................................25
Cleaning the motor protection filter .......................................26
Replacing the Bionic filter .......................................................28
Replacing the micro-hygiene exhaust filter ..............................29
Cleaning the EPA exhaust filter ................................................29
Care .........................................................................................31
Disposal...................................................................................32
Costumer Service ...................................................................33
Conditions of guarantee .........................................................34
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Safety information
Congratulations on your purchase of the Bosch GL80
vacuum cleaner. You should only use original Bosch
accessories, which have been specially developed for
your vacuum cleaner, in order to achieve the best possible vacuuming results.
Please keep this instruction manual. When passing the
vacuum cleaner on to a third party, please also pass on
this instruction manual.
Intended use
This appliance is intended for domestic use only. This
appliance is intended for use up to a maximum height
of 2000 metres above sea level. Only use this vacuum
cleaner in accordance with the instructions in this instruction manual.
In order to prevent injuries and damage, the vacuum
cleaner must not be used for:
„ Vacuum-cleaning persons or animals
„ Vacuuming up:
- hazardous, sharp-edged, hot or glowing substances.
- damp or liquid substances.
- highly flammable or explosive substances and gases.
- ash, soot from tiled stoves and central heating systems.
- toner dust from printers and copiers.
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Safety information
Spare parts, accessories, dust bags
Our original spare parts, original (special) accessories
and original dust bags are designed to work with the
features and requirements of our vacuum cleaners. We
therefore recommend that you only use our original spare parts, original (special) accessories and original dust
bags. This will ensure that your vacuum cleaner has a
long service life and that the quality of its cleaning performance will remain consistently high throughout.
! Please note
Using unsuitable or inferior-quality spare parts, (special) accessories and dust bags can damage your vacuum cleaner. Damage caused by the use of such products is not covered by our guarantee.
Safety information
This vacuum cleaner complies with the recognised rules
of technology and the relevant safety regulations.
„ The appliance may be used by children over the age
of 8 years and by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacity or by persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they are supervised or have
been instructed on the safe use of the appliance and
the have understood the potential dangers of using the
appliance.
„ Children must never play with the appliance.
„ Cleaning and user maintenance must never be carried
out by children without supervision.
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Safety information
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Plastic bags and films must be kept out of the reach of
children before disposal. => Risk of suffocation.
Proper use
Only connect and use the vacuum cleaner in accordance
with the specifications on the rating plate.
„ Never vacuum without the dust bag or dust container,
motor protection or exhaust filter.
=> This may damage the vacuum cleaner.
„ Always keep the vacuum cleaner away from your head
when using nozzles and tubes.
=> This could cause injury!
„ When vacuuming stairs, the appliance must always be
positioned below the user.
„ Do not use the power cord or the hose to carry or
transport the vacuum cleaner.
„ For safety reasons, if this appliance's mains power
cable becomes damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, their after-sales service department or a
similarly qualified person.
„ If using the appliance for longer than 30 minutes, pull
out the power cord completely.
„ When disconnecting the appliance from the mains, pull
on the plug itself to remove it; do not pull on the power
cord.
„ Do not pull the power cord over sharp edges or allow
it to become trapped.
„
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Safety information
When the cable is being automatically rewound, ensure that the mains plug is not thrown towards persons,
body parts, animals or objects.
=> Use the mains plug to guide the power cord.
„ Pull out the mains plug before carrying out any work
on the vacuum cleaner.
„ Do not operate the vacuum cleaner if it is damaged.
Unplug the appliance from the mains if a fault is detected.
„ For safety reasons, only authorised after-sales service
personnel are permitted to carry out repairs and fit replacement parts to the vacuum cleaner.
„ Protect the vacuum cleaner from the weather, moisture and sources of heat.
„ Do not pour flammable substances or substances containing alcohol onto the filters (dust bag, motor protection filter, exhaust filter, etc.).
„ The vacuum cleaner is not suitable for use on construction sites.
=> Vacuuming up building rubble could damage the
appliance.
„ When not in use, switch off the appliance and pull out
the mains plug.
„ At the end of its life, the appliance should immediately
be rendered unusable, then disposed of in an appropriate manner.
„
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Safety information
! Please note
The mains socket must be protected by at least a 16 amp circuit
breaker.
If a circuit breaker is tripped when you switch on the vacuum
cleaner, this may be because other electrical appliances which
have a high current draw are connected to the same power circuit.
To prevent the circuit breaker from tripping, select the lowest
power setting before switching the appliance on, and increase
the power only once it is running.
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Accessories
Your accessories (nozzle, suction pipe, etc.) may look different
from but work in the same way as those depicted in the illustrations in this instruction manual.
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Notes on the energy label
This vacuum cleaner is a general purpose vacuum cleaner with a
primary hose.
To achieve the declared energy efficiency and cleaning performance class on carpet, please use the interchangeable universal
nozzle.
To achieve the declared energy efficiency and cleaning performance class on hard floor with nooks and crannies, please use
the hard floor nozzle provided.
These calculations are based on the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 665/2013 of 3rd May 2013 supplementing Directive 2010/30/EU.
Unless otherwise stated, all the procedures referred to in these
instructions were carried out in accordance with the EN 603121:2017* standard.
*As the motor service test is carried out with the dust collector
empty, the stated motor service life must be increased by 10% for
tests with the dust collector half filled.
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Your vacuum cleaner
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Your vacuum cleaner
1 Adjustable floor nozzle
(For the same functions,
the appearance of the
nozzle may differ from the
picture)
2 Hard-floor nozzle
3 “Animal” turbo nozzle
4 Telescopic tube with sliding switch (and accessory connection)
5 Crevice nozzle
6 Accessories holder
7 Upholstery nozzle
8 Pet hair upholstery tool
9 Flexible hose
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10 Hose handle
11 Dust bag change indicator
12 Power rotary control and
on/off switch
13 Exhaust filter
14 Parking aid
15 Power cord
16 Rear flap
17 Carrying handle
18 Dust bag compartment lid
19 Storage aid (on the underside of the appliance)
20 Dust bag
21 Motor protection filter
Replacement parts and special accessories
A
A Replacement filter package
Type PowerProtect Dustbag
Sparepart No. 00577549
Contents:
- 4 dust bags with fasteners
- 1 micro-hygiene filter
We therefore recommend that you
only use our original dust bags.
Your appliance is a highly efficient
vacuum cleaner that achieves excellent cleaning results when used
with high-quality dust bags. Only
by using high-quality dust bags
(such as Bosch original dust bags)
can you ensure that your vacuum
cleaner is working at the energy
efficiency class, dust pick-up rate
and dust retention capacity listed
on its EU energy label.
The use of inferior-quality dust
bags (e.g. paper bags) can have a
negative effect on the service life
and performance of your appliance. Using unsuitable or inferiorquality dust bags can also damage
your vacuum cleaner. Such damage
is not covered by our guarantee.
You can find more information
about this at
www.bosch-home.com/dust-bag.
You can order our original vacuum
cleaner bags here.
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Replacement parts and special accessories
B
C
D
E
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B Washable microfilter
Protects the motor of your vacuum cleaner, thus increasing its
service life.
C Hard-floor nozzle BBZ123HD
For vacuuming hard floors
(parquet, tiles, terracotta, etc.)
D Hard-floor nozzle BBZ124HD
Innovative "soft & roll" hard-floor
nozzle:
2 rotating brush rollers made
from natural hair.
Coarse dirt is not pushed away.
E Bionic filter BBZ11BF
Combats unpleasant odours
over a long period
Please replace the filter once it
begins to lose its effect (after
approx. 1 year)
Ordering code: 468637
Before using your appliance for the first time
Connecting the flexible hose
1
Fig. 1
‡ Push the handle onto the flexible
hose and lock it in place.
Click!
Placing the Bionic filter
2
1
1
2
Fig. 2
‡ Open the dust bag compartment
lid. Fig. 19
‡ Remove the motor protection filter from the appliance.
‡ Place the Bionic filter onto the
motor protection filter.
‡ Push the filters into the appliance
and close the dust bag compartment lid.
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Initial use
3
Fig. 3
a) Push the flexible hose adapter
into the air intake opening in the
lid until it locks in place.
a
Click!
b) To remove the flexible hose, press
the two catches together and pull
out the hose.
b
2
1
1
Putting the handle and the
telescopic tube together
4
2
1
Click!
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Fig. 4
‡ Push the handle into the telescopic tube until it locks into place.
‡ To release the connection, press
the locking collar and pull out the
telescopic tube.
Initial use
Inserting the telescopic tube
into the floor nozzle
5
Click!
Fig. 5
‡ Push the telescopic tube into
the connecting piece of the floor
nozzle until it locks in place.
‡ To release the connection, press
the locking collar and pull out the
telescopic tube.
2
1
Adjusting the telescopic tube
6
2
1
Fig. 6
‡ Unlock the telescopic tube by
moving the sliding switch in the
direction of the arrow, and adjust
to the desired length.
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Initial use
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a
Attaching the accessories
holder
Fig. 7
a) Place the accessories holder in
the required position on the telescopic tube.
b
b) Use some pressure to insert the
upholstery nozzle with hard furnishings brush and the crevice
nozzle into the accessories holder from above or below.
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Connecting the appliance
Fig. 8
‡ Holding the power cord by the
plug, pull it out to the required
length and insert the plug into
the mains socket.
using the appliance for longer
! Ifthan
30 minutes, pull out the
power cord completely.
=> Risk of overheating and subsequent damage.
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Initial use
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Switching on and off
Fig. 9
‡ To switch the vacuum cleaner on
or off, press the rotary control.
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Controlling the suction level
Fig. 10
Turn the rotary control to infinitely
adjust the suction level to the level
required.
min - For vacuuming curtains and
delicate textiles
- For vacuuming upholstered
furniture and cushions
- For vacuuming delicate rugs
und for daily vacuuming of
lightly soiled floors
- For vacuuming durable floor
coverings
max - For vacuuming hard floors
and heavily soiled rugs and
carpets
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Vacuuming
! Caution:
Floor nozzles are subject to a
certain amount of wear, depending on the type of hard floors
you have (e.g. rough, rustic tiles).
You must therefore check the underside of the floor nozzle at regular intervals. Worn undersides
of floor nozzles may have sharp
edges that can damage sensitive
hard floors, such as parquet or
linoleum. The manufacturer does
not accept any responsibility for
damage caused by worn floor
nozzles.
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Set the adjustable floor nozzle
Fig. 11
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Rugs and carpets =>
„
Hard floors/parquet =>
Vacuuming
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Vacuuming with accessories
a
Fig. 12
Attach the nozzles to the suction
pipe or handle as required:
a) Crevice nozzle for vacuuming
crevices and corners, etc.
b
b) Upholstery nozzle for vacuuming
upholstered furniture, curtains,
etc.
c
c) Hard-floor nozzle
For vacuuming hard floor coverings (tiles, parquet, etc.)
‡ Push the telescopic tube into
the connecting piece of the
hard-floor nozzle until it locks in
place.
‡ To release the connection, press
the locking collar and pull out
the telescopic tube.
2
1
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Vacuuming
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Professional upholstery nozzle
Fig. 13
‡ For intensive cleaning of upholstered furniture (attach to the
handle or suction pipe, depending on requirements).
‡ To clean the professional upholstery nozzle, simply vacuum it
using the handle.
‡ If it is very dirty, the professional upholstery nozzle can also be
opened. To do this, turn the two
screws on the sides of the nozzle
(e.g. using a coin) and remove the
inner part from the nozzle.
‡ After cleaning, replace the inner
part (make sure it is correctly
seated) and screw to the housing.
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Parking aid
Fig. 14
‡ You can use the parking aid on
the back of the vacuum cleaner if
you want to stop vacuuming for a
short time.
‡ After switching off the appliance,
slide the hook on the floor nozzle
into the recess on the back of the
appliance.
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Vacuuming
Carrying the appliance
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Fig. 15
To overcome obstacles, e.g. steps,
the appliance can also be carried by
the handle on the appliance body.
After using this appliance
Disconnecting the appliance
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Fig. 16
‡ Pull out the mains plug.
‡ Briefly pull on the power cord
and release it (the cable retracts
automatically).
1
2
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After using this appliance
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Storing and transporting
Fig. 17
‡ To store or transport the appliance, you can use the storage aid
on the underside of the appliance.
‡ Stand the appliance upright on its
end. Slide the hook on the floor
nozzle into the recess on the underside of the appliance.
Always switch off the
! Caution:
appliance before changing the
filter.
Replacing the dust bag
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Fig. 18
‡ If the dust bag change indicator
lights up continuously when the
nozzle is lifted from the floor
and the highest power setting
has been selected, the dust bag
must be changed, even though it
may not yet be full. In this case, it
needs to be changed due to the
type of dust which has been vacuumed.
‡ The nozzle, suction pipe and flexible hose must not be blocked,
even if this does not trigger the
dust bag change indicator.
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Changing the filter
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Opening the lid
Fig. 19
‡ Open the lid by moving the locking lever in the direction of the
arrow.
Changing the dust bag
20 a
Fig. 20
a) Close the dust bag by pulling on
the locking tab, and remove the
bag.
b
b) Push the new dust bag into the
holder until it clicks into place.
When doing so, leave the dust
bag folded as it was when removed from the packaging. Do
not crease or kink the dust bag,
and ensure that it is not pinched
when the lid is closed.
The lid will only close
! Caution:
if a dust bag has been inserted.
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Changing the filter
Motor protection filter
21
The vacuum must not
! Caution:
be operated without the motor
protection filter.
Cleaning the motor protection filter
The motor protection filter should
be cleaned regularly by tapping out
the dirt and rinsing.
Fig. 21
‡ Open the dust bag compartment
lid. Fig. 19
‡ Release the motor protection
filter by pulling on the side tabs
and pull it out in the direction of
the arrow.
‡ Disconnect the motor protection
filter from the Bionic filter.
‡ Clean the motor protection filter
by tapping out the dirt.
24h
Drying
‡ If it is very dirty, the motor protection filter should be rinsed.
The filter must then be left to dry
for at least 24 hours.
Please note: the Bionic filter
must not come into contact
with water, as this will adversely affect the correct operation
of the filter.
!
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Changing the filter
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‡ After cleaning, place the Bionic
filter onto the motor protection
filter as necessary and push both
filters into the appliance.
‡ Close the dust bag compartment
lid.
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Changing the filter
Replacing the Bionic filter
If your appliance is equipped with
a Bionic filter, it should be replaced once it begins to lose its effect
(after approx. 1 year).
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Fig. 22
1
2
‡ Open the dust bag compartment
lid. Fig. 19
‡ Remove the motor protection filter together with the Bionic filter
from the appliance.
‡ Remove the old Bionic filter from
the motor protection filter and
dispose of it.
‡ Place the Bionic filter onto the
motor protection filter.
‡ Push the filters into the appliance
and close the dust bag compartment lid.
‡ The motor protection filter must
also be inserted into the appliance if you no longer wish to use
the Bionic filter
The vacuum cleaner
! Caution:
must not be operated without
the motor protection filter.
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Changing the filter
Exhaust filter
23
The exhaust filter must be cleaned
or replaced at least once a year.
Replacing the micro-hygiene exhaust filter
Fig. 23
2
1
1
2
1
Click!
‡ Open the rear flap.
‡ Unlock the filter holder by moving
the locking tab in the direction of
the arrow.
‡ Remove the foam filter* from the
filter holder and tap it out.
Replace
the
old
micro-hygiene filter with a new one.
(This is included in the filter pack
when you purchase original dust
bags).
Insert the foam filter into the filter holder.
‡ Insert the filter holder into the
appliance and lock it in place.
Cleaning the EPA exhaust filter
The EPA filter is designed so that
it does not need to be replaced,
provided the appliance is used as
intended in the household.
To ensure that the vacuum cleaner
is working at its optimum power level, the EPA filter should be rinsed
out after one year. The filtering
action of the filter remains intact,
even if the filter surface becomes
discoloured.
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Changing the filter
Fig. 24
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‡ Open the rear flap.
‡ Unlock the EPA filter by moving
the locking tab in the direction of
the arrow, and remove it from the
appliance.
‡ Tap out the filter unit and rinse it
under running water.
Alternatively, the unit can be cleaned in a washing machine at max.
30 °C using a gentle programme
and the lowest spin speed.
TIP: To protect other laundry
items, put the filter unit into
a laundry bag.
‡ Once the EPA filter has dried
completely (at least 24 hours),
insert it back into the appliance
and lock it in place.
‡ Close the rear flap.
24h
Drying
1
2
1
Click!
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After vacuuming fine dust particles
(e.g. gypsum, cement, etc.), clean
the motor protection filter by tapping it out or, if necessary, replace
the motor protection filter and exhaust filter.
Care
Always switch off the vacuum cleaner and disconnect the power
cord from the mains before cleaning the vacuum cleaner. The
vacuum cleaner and plastic accessories can be cleaned with an
ordinary plastic cleaner.
not use abrasive materials, glass-cleaning agents or all! Do
purpose cleaning products. Never immerse the vacuum cleaner in water.
The dust compartment can, if necessary, be cleaned with a second vacuum cleaner or simply wiped with a dry cloth or dusting
brush.
Subject to technical modifications.
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Disposal
"This appliance is labelled in accordance
with European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic
equipment - WEEE). The guideline determines the framework for the return and
recycling of used appliances as applicable
throughout the EU."
Disposal information
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Packaging
The packaging is designed to protect the vacuum cleaner from
being damaged during transportation. It is made of environmentally friendly materials and can therefore be recycled.
Dispose of packaging that is no longer required at an appropriate recycling point.
„
Old appliances
Old appliances still contain many valuable materials. Therefore,
please take appliances that have reached the end of their service to your retailer or recycling centre so that they can be recycled. For current disposal methods, please enquire at a retailer
or your local council.
„
Disposal of filters and dust bags
Filters and dust bags are manufactured from environmentally
friendly materials. Provided they do not contain substances that
are not permitted in household waste, you can dispose of them
with your normal household waste.
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Customer service
GB Great Britain
BSH Home Appliances Ltd.
Grand Union House
Old Wolverton Road
Wolverton
Milton Keynes MK12 5PT
To arrange an engineer visit, to order spare parts and accessories or for product advice please visit:
www.bosch-home.co.uk
or call
Tel.: 0344 892 8979*
*Calls are charged at the basic rate, please check with your telephone service provider for exact charges.
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Conditions of guanrantee
For this appliance the guarantee conditions as set out by our
representatives in the country of sale apply. Details regarding
same may be obtained from the dealer from whom the appliance was purchased. For claims under guarantee the sales
receipt must be produced.
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