User Manual
Cirrus Limited Warranty
What this limited warraniy covers:
Cirrus Vacuum (“Cirrus”) warrants that your Cirrus domestic mode! C-CR 119 vacuum, for a period of one year from your
date of purchase, will be free from all defects in material and workmanship for normal commercial use in accordance with
the Owner's Manual. This limited warranty is granted only to the original purchaser. This limited warranty is subject to the
following provisions:
What this limited warranty does not cover:
Expenses related to pick up, delivery or house calls.
Parts of the cleaner that require replacement under normal use, such as disposable dust bags, filters, drive belts,
light bulbs, and brushrol] bristles,
Pamages or malfunctions caused by accident, acts of God, negligence, abuse, or use not in accordance with the |
Owner's Manual.
Defects or damages caused by improper service or maintenance, the use of paris other than genuine Cirrus paris
or modifications made to the cleaner without our prior written approval.
Damage that occurs during shipment.
Vacuums purchased outside the United States.
What Cirrus will do:
Cirrus will, at its option, repair or replace a defective vacuum or vacuum cleaner part that is covered by this limited
warranty. As a matter of warranty policy, Cirrus Vacuum will not refund the consumer's purchase price.
Warranty Registration:
To register for warranty please visit our website at www. cirrusvacuum.com and fill out a registration card.
Obtaining warranty service:
To obtain warranty service you must return the defective vacuum or vacuum cleaner part along with proof of
purchase to any Cirrus Authorized Warranty Station. For the location of the closast Cirrus Authorized Warranty
Station or for service information, call 216-524-4141 or email [email protected]
If you prefer, you can write to: Cirrus Vacuum
Attn: Cirrus Warranty
1933 Highland Road
Twinsburg, OH 44087
If it is necessary to ship the vacuum outside your community to obtain warranty repair, you must pay the shipping
charges. When returning parts for repair, please include the model, type, and serial number from the data plate on
the vacuum cleaner.
Further Limitations and Exclusions:
THE WARRANTY PROVIDED ABOVE IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES INCLUBING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SOME LAWS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED
WARRANTIES. IF THESE LAWS APPLY, THEN ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED
TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD INDETIFIED ABOVE. UNLESS STATED HEREIN, ANY STATEMENTS OR
REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY ANY OTHER PERSON OR FIRM ARE VOID. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN
THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY, NEITHER CIRRUS VACUUM, PROGRADE NOR ITS AFFILIATES SHALL BE
LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, INCONVENIENCE OR DAMAGE INCLUDING DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, RESULTING FROM THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE VACUUM
PRODUCT, WHETHER RESULTING FROM BREACH OF WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY. IN
NO EVENT WiLL CIRRUS VACUUM OR PROGRADE'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
VACUUM CLEANER, LESS DEPRECIATION.
Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and some jurisdictions do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations and exclusions
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which
vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Model: C-CR119
Instruction Manual
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Carefully read this manual before using this appliance.
Ensure that you know how the appliance functions and how to operate it
Maintain the appliance in accordance with the instructions to ensure that it functions
properly,
Keep this manual with the appliance. If the appliance is to be used by a third party, this
instruction manual must be supplied with it.
The safety instructions do not by themselves eliminate any danger completely and
proper accident prevention measures must always be used.
No liability can be accepted for any damage caused by non-compliance with these
instructions or any other improper use or mishandling.
Do not use this appliance if it has been dropped or damaged in any way, or if the
supply cord is damaged.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
1x Carpet Extractor
ix Brush Tool
1x Instruction Manual!
Confirm all parts before disposing of carton. Safely dispose of all plastic bags and other
packaging components. They may be potentially dangerous to children.
GENERAL AND ELECTRICAL SAFETY
When using electric appliances always observe safety regulations where applicable to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury.
Always check that the power supply corresponds to the voitage on the rating plate.
Supply Cord and Plug
Always unplug from main supply when not in use. Do not abuse or damage the power
cord. A hazard may occur if the appliance runs over the supply cord. If the supply cord
is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a simitarly
qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
Double Insulation Safety
This appliance is double insulated for your protection. Do not attempt to repair a double
insulated appliance.
Supervision
This appliance is not intended for use by persons {including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
Water
Do not immerse appliance or supply cord in water. Do not handle with wet hands or use
in damp situations. Only use the appliance on wet surfaces when cleaning them. Do not
use to pick up any liquid other than cleaning soiution dispensed from this machine, Do
not expose to rain. Do not use appliance to dispose of wet or damp materials such as
mud, tile, grout, plaster filler, or caulking.
Use and Environment
Do not use outdoors. Do not use this appliance for anything other than its intended use.
Use only manufacturer's recommended attachments, Do not use without tank in place.
Do not use with any opening or outlet blocked. Keep free of dust, lint, hair and anything
that may reduce airflow.
Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of the body away from openings and
moving parts.
Do not use to pick up flammabie or toxic liquids, such as gasoline, chlorine bleach or
drain cleaner, or use in areas where they may be present.
Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot
ashes.
Damaged or Dropped
Always inspect your appliance before use, Check parts are correctly attached. Do not
use this appliance if it has been damaged, dropped, left outdcors or dropped in water,
Return it to an authorized service dealer for examination and repair.
DIAGRAM
1. Accessory Holder ——.
2. Agitator Motor Circuit
Breaker button
3. Quick release cord
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4. Power cord
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5. Hand-heid recovery...
tank
Front View
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6, Recovery tank Y
8. Carry handle
9, Handle fold
DZ Knob
10. Hand-held
Release lever
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7. Могйе ——— oo] 7
11. ON/OFF switch
release button
Back View
13. Handle
14, Solution Trigger
15. Power cord clip
16. Handie support
17. Solution tank
18. Main body
release pedal
19. Brush tool
ASSEMBLY OF HANDLE
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Vertically insert the handle (8) into the upper port of handle support (A) located at
the top of the main body, until it locks into place.
Fill the Solution Tank
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Pull upwards on solution tank handie (A) to remove solution tank (Fig. 4).
Undo the filler cap (B) by turning anti-clockwise (Fig. 5).
The filler cap also serves as a measuring cup. Pour one capfut (30ml) of the
supplied carpet cleaner into the tank. NOTE: For more information on the type and
quantity of carpet cleaning solution, see the last page of this manual.
Fill the tank completely with hot tap water (below 55°C) and replace the filler cap.
Place the tank back into appliance and press down firmly insuring the tank is
positioned correctly. |
Caution: Detergents may contain Anionic and Nonionic
Surfactants. Avoid contact with the eye and skin.
Empty the recovery tank
+ Unplug appliance from electrical outlet.
+ An automatic shut-off device prevents the
extractor from picking up more dirty water
than it can hold in the recovery tank.
You will know the tank needs to be emptied
» When the motor sound rises in pitch.
e You do not see dirty solution coming up
through the recovery tank lid.
e The float (A) inside the recovery tank has
risen to the top of the tank (Fig. 6) and is
visible through the transparent tank.
Step on the main body release pedal (B) and
lower the body (Fig. 7)
Unlock the recovery tank by pressing the
release catch (C) (Fig 6) |
Lift by tank lid handle (D) and remove (Fig 8)
Press the button on the fid (E) (Fig. 9) to
remove the tank lid then empty the tank.
Repiace the lid, by first locating the lower
hinged part (F) (Fig. 9) to the front of the
tank and close lid.
Lock the tank back into place insuring the
button (C) (Fig. 8) has latched correctly.
+ Return main body to upright position.
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Caution: Make sure the catch is released
before you lift up on tank lid!s
Using the Hand-Held Vacuum Cleaner
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Turn the two quick release cord holders (A) 180
degrees and remove the cord,
Uniock the vacuum by sliding the release lever from
right to left (B) (Fig. 10).
Take out the hand-held vacuum (C) (Fig. 11)
Take out the brush from accessory holder (D) (Fig. 11)
and put the brush into the hand-held recovery tank
until it locks in place (Fig. 12)
Turn the appliance ON or OFF by pressing the ON/OFF
switch (E) (Fig. 12).
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Empty the Hand-Held Recovery Tank
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Push the handle button (G), and then separate the
hand-held recovery tank. (Fig. 13)
Take out the bung (F). (Fig. 14 & 15)
Empty the dirty water.
Refit the handle to the hand-held recovery tank.
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Reassembiing the Hand-held to the Main Body
Ensure the release lever is in the unlocked position {fully to the left) and the main body
is in the lowered position. Place the handheld vacuum intake into the nozzle of the main
unit then pivot into place. Slide the release lever to the locked position (fully to the
right). Finally pivot the main body upwards till it latches in the upright position.
Cleaning Carpet
1.
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Remove lightweight furniture (table, lamps, etc.)
from area to be cleaned. Protect any remaining
furniture by pinning up furniture skirts and placing
aluminium foit or plastic under legs.
Vacuum carpet thoroughly to remove loose dirty,
hair, lint and other debris,
Test cleaning solution for colorfastness by wetting
a white cloth or paper towel with some cleaning
solution and gentiy rub onto a hidden area of
carpet. Wait ten minutes. Blot with white cloth or
paper towel and check for color transfer.
Retreat spots stains and high traffic areas with
spray. Then proceed with the next cleaning steps.
Fill solution tank with hot tap water and proper
amount of detergent, |
Turn the appliance ON or OFF by pressing the
ON/OFF switch (A) (Fig. 16).
Pull the trigger up (C) to release cleaning solution (Fig, 17).
Push extractor forward slowly then pull it back siowly.
Let go of trigger (C) (Fig. 17) and push extractor over
same area to pick up dirty solution without putting down
more solution.
Continue using dry strokes until vou see only a little
soiution coming up through the nozzie (front of
extractor) or recovery tank.
Do not make the carpet too wet! Use no more than two
. sets of forward and backward strokes while releasing
11.
solution. Always foliow with dry strokes; the more the
better.
Listen carefully! When the motor sound changes (rising
in pitch), the recovery tank needs to be emptied. When
- water has reached the maximum capacity in the
12.
13.
recovery tank, the float will rise to the top of the tank
and the extractor will not pick up dirty solution.
Allow carpet to dry. Avoid walking on the carpet until it
is dry. Increased air circulation (open doors, turn on fans, etc.) or use of a
dehumidifier will help carpet dry thoroughly to prevent the growth of mold or
mildew,
Vacuum thoroughly after carpet has dried.
Cleaning Upholstery
1. Check fabric-cieaning code. Look on the
furniture manufacture's tag for a “W” or “WS”
code. These codes indicate that it is all right
to use your vacuum to cleaning to clean the
upholstery. |
Do not use the extractor on upholstery
marked “S”, “X” or “Dry
cleaning oniy”. | |
2. Test detergent for colorfastness on a hidden
area of upholstery,
3. Weta white cloth or paper tower with some detergent. Gently rub onto a hidden
area of upholstery. Wait ten minutes. Blot with white cloth or paper towel and check
for color transfer.
Treat spots and stains with Spray.
Vacuum with the vacuum cleaner’s brush attachment.
Hold the Hand-held and turn it ON (Fig. 18).
Spray the cleaning solution on to the fabric and gently press brush into fabric and
slowly pulf the over the fabric.
. Do not get the upholstery too wet!
. Allow upholstery to dry.
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After Use
Always disconnect from the power supply when not in use. Always empty and rinse out
the solution tank and recovery tanks after use, Remember to refit the filler cap to the
“solution tank. Do not allow water to sit in any of the tanks when not in use.
Cleaning
Regularly clean the outside of the appliance with a soft damp cloth and dry with a dry
towel. CAUTION: To prevent damage to the appliance do not use harsh solvents,
abrasive cleansers ar scouring agents of any kind when cleaning.
Damage Check
Always check that the appliance is in good working order and that all removable parts
are secure. Check the power supply cord and plug regularly for cuts or damage.
Store in a Safe Place
When not in use store your appliance and al} its accessories and instruction manual in a
safe and dry place. The upper handle can fold down for easier storage by rotating the
handle fold knob clockwise and lowering the handle.
Carpet Cleaning Solution
This carpet washer comes with a 300ml bottle of low foaming carpet cleaning solution,
When you require replacement cleaning solution, use any commonly availably low
foaming carpet cleaner, shampoo or detergent suitable for use in carpet extraction
cleaning machines and follow the manufacturers instructions on the bottle.
CAUTION: Do not use any solvents, cleaners with strong acidic or strong alkali formulas
or any type of cleaning solution not specifically for use in carpet extraction cleaning
machines.
Using the supplied carpet cleaning solution:
1. Shake well before use,
2. Pour 15m! per litre (30ml per tank) into the solution tank. For heavier duty use,
double the quantity of the solution accordingly. |
3. Always test cleaning solution for colourfastness by wetting a white cloth or paper
towel with some cieaning solution and gentiy rub onto a hidden area of carpet, Wait
ten minutes. Biot with white cloth or paper towel and check for colour transfer.
CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical
advice. As with all detergents, people with sensitive or damaged skin should avoid
prolonged contact with the product.
Ingredients:
Less than 5% Non-ionic surfactants, Phosphates, Anionic surfactants, Polycarboxylates,
MethyIchloroisothiazolinone, Methyiiscthiazolinone, Perfume, Benzyl Alcohol.
Troubleshooting
Problem Solution
Cleaner wont run 1. Check electrica! plug
2. Check the fuse or breaker.
Lower suction during floor cleaning | 1. Empty the recovery tank; it may be full and
the automatic shut-off engaged.
2. Make sure recovery tank and lid are properly
installed.
Cleaning solution won't dispense 1. Make sure solution tank is fully inserted and
| securely in place.
2. Refill the solution tank if it is empty
Agitator brush won't run 1. Press the Agitator Motor Circuit breaker
button,
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