User Manual
Model MC1375
Modelo MC1375
Modéle MC1375
Canister Steam System
Sistema A Vapor Con Depósito
Nettoyeur-Chariot À Vapeur
Owner’s Guide
Guía del Usuario
Mode D’emploi
English p. 2
Español p. 22
Français p. 42
KEEP YOUR RECEIPT FOR WARRANTY PURPOSES
Please read all instructions before use.
GUARDE SU RECIBO A EFECTOS DE LA GARANTÍA
Lea todas las instrucciones antes de usarlo.
GARDEZ VOTRE REÇU AUX FINS DE LA GARANTIE
Veuillez lire toutes les instructions avant l’utilisation.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
!
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury, the following
basic safety precautions should always be followed when using an electrical
appliance.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
1.The Canister Steam System Boiler is designed to hold a maximum of 48 oz. (1,420 ml.) of
water. Unplug electrical cord before filling with water.
2. DO NOT leave your Canister Steam System unattended when plugged in or not in use. Use
only for its intended purpose as indicated in this manual.
3. This unit is not a toy. Close supervision is required when using unit near children, pets, and
plants. Steam produced by unit is hot and pressurized. Care must be taken to avoid burns or
other injuries. Never point nozzle at people or pets.
4.To reduce the risk of contact with hot water emitting from steam vents, hold appliance away
from body and check for signs of condensation or leakage.
5.DO NOT use this unit if electrical cord or outlet is damaged. DO NOT use unit if it is not working properly or has been dropped, damaged or left outdoors. If such damage occurs, DO NOT
disassemble or attempt repairs, take unit to a qualified service person for examination and
repair. Incorrect reassembly or repair could cause a risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury to
persons when steam cleaner is used.
6.To reduce risk of electrical shock, DO NOT immerse in water or other liquids. DO NOT use
electrical cord as a handle. DO NOT allow cord to be crimped by closing it in doors. DO NOT
pull or stretch cord around sharp corners or edges.
7. Do not allow cord to touch hot surfaces. Let appliance cool completely before putting away.
Loop cord loosely around appliance when storing.
8. DO NOT use this unit with extension cords or electrical outlets that have inadequate current
capacity. A three-prong outlet or a properly grounded adapter is necessary when using Canister Steam System.
9. In order to unplug Canister Steam System, grasp plug and pull smoothly and firmly from outlet. DO NOT attempt to unplug unit by pulling or tugging on cord.
10. Use caution, as burns could occur from touching hot metal parts, hot water or steam.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
!
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this appliance has a threepronged plug. This plug will fit in a polarized wall outlet only one way. If the plug
does not fit fully in the outlet, contact a licensed electrician to install a proper
outlet. DO NOT attempt to modify the plug or defeat this safety feature.
11. The Canister Steam System is only meant to be used with recommended Canister Steam
System accessories. Other types of attachments are not to be used with the Canister Steam
System. Doing so may cause injuries or damage to unit.
12. Attachments become hot during use. To avoid injuries, DO NOT touch attachments while using this appliance. DO NOT attempt to change attachments while unit is emitting steam.
13. When filling your Canister Steam System, only water should be used in unit. Other cleaning
agents will damage unit and can cause injuries.
14. DO NOT operate unit if steam opening is blocked. Should this occur, immediately cease usage and unplug from electrical outlet.
15. Store your Canister Steam System in a cool, dry place.
16. To avoid burns from escaping steam when removing Boiler Cap to refill unit:
• Always allow unit to cool for 20 minutes.
• Press and hold Steam Button to release ALL remaining steam.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
for household use only
Questions or comments?
• www.mccullochsteam.com
• [email protected]
• 1-800-711-6617
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Product Information
These features and accessories are included with your Canister Steam System. To obtain
additional parts, refer to Product Support on Page 19 of this manual.
UNIT FEATURES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10' Steam Hose
Pressure Gauge
Boiler Cap
Steam Handle Cradle
Illuminated On/Off Switch
Steam Nozzle
Steam Trigger Lock
Steam Trigger
Steam Adjustment Knob
1
4
2
9
6
3
7
8
5
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Product Information
• The 10' Steam Hose (1) safely channels the flow of steam from the Boiler to the Steam
Nozzle.
• The Pressure Gauge (2) measures the pressure in the Boiler.
• The Boiler Cap (3) is designed to safely contain steam inside the Boiler. The Boiler Cap must
be unscrewed and removed in order to fill the Boiler with water.
• The Steam Handle Cradle (4) functions as a convenient holder for the Steam Nozzle.
• The Illuminated On/Off Switch (5) illuminates when the unit is powered On.
• The Steam Nozzle (6) emits a flow of hot, penetrating steam whenever the Steam Trigger is
pressed and held.
• The Steam Trigger Lock (7) locks Steam Trigger to "on" position for continuous steam.
• The Steam Trigger (8) is pressed and held in order to start the flow of steam from the Steam
Nozzle, then released when you wish to stop.
• The Steam Adjustment Knob (9) adjusts steam intensity.
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Product Information
ACCESSORIES
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2
11
2 - 16.5" Extension Wands
Microfiber Mop Pad
Scrubbing Mop Pad
5.5" Jet Nozzle
Triangle Brush
Large Brush
2 - 1.5" Nylon Utility Brushes
1.5" Brass Utility Brush
Angled Nozzle
3" Scraper
13" x 8.5" Large Mop Head
Bristle Brush Attachment
Storage Bag
Fill Cup
Accessory Net
2.5" Round Brush
2 - 2.5" Round Scrub Pads
Microfiber Mop Pad
A1375-100
12
13" x 8.5" Large Mop Head
A1375-003-A
3
Bristle Brush Attachment
A1375-004
Scrubbing Mop Pad
A1375-101
10
4
5.5" Jet Nozzle
A1230-001
3" Scraper
A1230-009
Fill Cup
A275-015
1
14
5
6
13
4" Triangle Brush
A1230-002
2.5" Round Brush
A1350-001
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16.5" Extension
Wands
A1375-002
6" x 4.5" Large Brush
A1230-003
Storage Bag
A1375-010
16
15
Accessory Net
A1375-005
9
Angled Nozzle
A1375-001
17
2.5" Round Scrub Pads
A1230-007
7
1.5" Nylon Utility
Brushes
A1230-005
8
1.5" Brass Utility
Brush
A1230-006
Product Information
• The 16.5" Extension Wands (1) connect to the Steam Nozzle. Used with mop attachment or
for high or hard-to-reach places.
• The Microfiber Mop Pad (2) attach to the Mop Head, and are designed for removing scuffs and
stains from hard floors. The Pads are reusable and machine washable.
• The Scrubbing Mop Pad (3) attach to the Mop Head, and are designed for removing scuffs
and stains from hard floors. The Pads are reusable and machine washable.
• The 5.5" Jet Nozzle (4) focuses the flow of steam from the Steam Nozzle, and serves as the
base to which the Utility Brushes and Angled Nozzle connect.
• The Triangle Brush (5) connects to the Steam Nozzle or Extension Wands, and is designed for
cleaning corners and other difficult angles.
• The Large Brush (6) attaches to the Triangle Brush to cover large surfaces.
• The 1.5" Nylon Utility Brush (7) connects to the Jet Nozzle, providing extra scrubbing power for
removing exceptionally tough dirt and stains.
• The 1.5" Brass Utility Brush (8) connects to the Jet Nozzle and is designed for removing tough
stuck-on grease and grime from durable surfaces such as ovens and grills.
• The Angled Nozzle (9) is designed for reaching difficult angles and areas that the Straight
Nozzle may not completely reach.
• The 3" Scraper (10) attaches to the Steam Nozzle to scrape off stuck on grime.
• The 13" x 8.5" Large Mop Head (11) attaches to Extension Wands to clean garage floors,
decks or any other extra large surface areas.
• The Bristle Brush Attachment (12) attaches to Large Mop Head to scrub away stubborn spots
on floors.
• The Storage Bag (13) stores all attachments neatly on one convenient bag.
• The Fill Cup (14) is used to fill Boiler without spills.
• The Accessory Net (15) stores brushes and other small accessories.
• The 2.5" Round Brush (16) connects to the Jet Nozzle to scrub especially tough stains. The
Round Brush functions similar to the Nylon Utility Brush, only designed to more efficiently
scrub larger surface areas.
• The 2.5" Round Scrub Pad (17) connects to the Jet Nozzle and is designed to scrub tough dirt
and scuffs from surfaces.
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Assembling Your Canister Steam
System
STEAM MOPPING ACCESSORIES
WARNING: Do not try to connect accessories while unit is emitting steam.
EXTENSION WANDS
1. Select one of the Extension Wands. Insert end (A) of Wand onto Steam Nozzle (B) with yellow
lock/release button slightly off center with hole. Fully insert and rotate wand slightly to allow
button to snap into hole.
2. Using the same instruction, attach remaining Extension Wand to the first Wand. Both Extension Wands should now be connected to the Steam Nozzle.
C
A
B
MOP HEAD
1. Align Mop Head with open end of Extension Wand, so that hole in Mop Head aligns with yellow lock/release button on Wand.
2. Press down on yellow lock/release button. While continuing to hold button down, slide Mop
Head onto Extension Wand (See figure 1-A). Fully insert and rotate wand slightly until button
snaps through hole (See figure 1-B).
NOTE: Do not use excessive force when mopping or using Extension Wands as this
may cause the Wands to break.
FIGURE 1
A
BRISTLE BRUSH ATTACHMENT
1. Align Mop Head with Bristle Brush Attachment, so that the release tabs (A) on the Bristle Brush align with the sides of the Mop
Head (B).
2. Firmly press the Bristle Brush Attachment onto Mop Head until it
securely snaps into place.
Note: Do not use Bristle Brush Attachment with Microfiber or
Scrubbing Mop Pad.
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B
Assembling Your Canister Steam
System
MICROFIBER PADS
1. Lay one Microfiber Pad on flat surface, with two fastener strips facing upward.
2. Align Mop Head with Microfiber Pad. Make sure Mop Head is oriented with Pad as shown,
and centered as best as possible (See figure 2-A).
3. Press Mop Head firmly down onto Microfiber Pad. Fastener strips will adhere to Pad Grips on
underside of Mop Head. Pad should now be attached and ready for use (See figure 2-B).
CAUTION: Use care when handling a recently used Microfiber Pad, as it may still be hot.
NOTE: Microfiber Pads are machine washable. To avoid picking up lint, washing separately from other fabrics is recommended. Only use liquid detergent. Avoid using any
fabric softeners or bleach. Air drying is recommended; machine drying on a low heat
or air dry setting is acceptable as well.
FIGURE 2
A
B
The Mop Head and Microfiber Pads are perfect for use on these hard floor surfaces:
• Sealed Hardwood
• Stained Concrete
• Sealed Laminate
• Linoleum
• Glazed Ceramic
• Granite
• Marble
• Vinyl
• Tile
IMPORTANT: Do not use on unsealed hardwood or unglazed ceramic surfaces. Surfaces that are not properly sealed may be warped or damaged by exposure to heat and
moisture.
Care should also be taken when steaming sealed hardwood floors, as prolonged exposure to steam in a single spot may cause damage and discoloration. To avoid this,
keep the Mop Head in constant motion on these surfaces.
Steam may remove the sheen from some floors that have been treated with wax.
Extremely rough textured floors may tear or damage Microfiber Pads.
Before steaming any flooring, it is recommended to consult the manufacturer’s guidelines. For flooring in question, always test on a small inconspicuous area before proceeding.
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Assembling Your Canister Steam
System
STEAM CLEANING ACCESSORIES
WARNING: Do not connect accessories while unit is emitting steam.
JET NOZZLE / SCRAPER / TRIANGLE BRUSH
1. Select one of the three accessories (Jet Nozzle shown as example) and push onto the Steam
Nozzle (A).
2. Rotate accessory until the yellow lock/release button snaps into the accessory hole (B).
NOTE: The Jet Nozzle, Scraper and Triangle Brush can be connected to the end of an
Extension Wand for reaching high or difficult spots. Connect the Extension Wand (or
Wands) as outlined on Page 8, then connect your desired accessory to the Wand in the
same way as you would normally connect to the Steam Nozzle.
B
A
Steam Nozzle
UTILITY BRUSHES / ANGLED NOZZLE / SCRUB PAD
NOTE: Accessories connect to the Jet Nozzle, not the Main Nozzle.
1. Firmly press accessories onto tip of Jet Nozzle. Press it on as far as possible to prevent
steam leakage.
2. To remove accessories, simply grip it firmly and pull it off Jet Nozzle.
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Assembling Your Canister Steam
System
LARGE BRUSH
NOTE: Large Brush connects to the Triangle Brush, not the Jet
Nozzle.
1. Place Large Brush over the Triangle Brush, and firmly press it on to
the Triangle Brush until it snaps into place.
2. To remove Large Brush, simply grip it firmly and pull it off of the
Triangle Brush.
ORDERING ACCESSORIES & PARTS
Replacement accessories and parts for your Canister Steam System (model MC1375) may
be ordered through our Website:
www.mccullochsteam.com
You may also contact Consumer Service directly:
[email protected] or 1-800-711-6617
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Accessory Recommendations
Jet Nozzle / Angled Nozzle
Triangle Brush
Large Brush
Scraper
Round Scrub Pad
Nylon Utility Brush and Round Brush
Brass Utility Brush
Mop
Bristle Brush Attachment
Dirt, Grease, Grime, Cracks and Crevices, Golf
Clubs, Tread of Running Shoes
Corners on Countertops, Bathtubs, Floors
Floors, Grout
Baked on Food, Grime, Grease, Stove Tops, Ovens
Countertops, Bathtubs, Sinks, Refrigerators, Ovens,
Slate
Ovens, Stove Tops, Faucet Fixtures, Microwaves,
Sports Equipment, Tile, Grout, Refrigerators, Toys,
Door Knobs, Showers, Bathtubs, Changing Tables
BBQ Grills, Oven Wire Racks
Stone, Slate, Glazed Ceramic Tile, Sealed Hardwood
Stone, Slate, Grout
NOTE: Before cleaning electrical appliances, check and follow appliance manufacturer’s cleaning guidelines. Never apply to electrical parts.
NOTE: Some delicate surfaces, such as painted wood or stainless steel may be scratched or
damaged by the bristle of the brushes, especially the Brass Utility Brush. Use careful judgment
when deciding what surface to clean with any of the brushes. If you are unsure if a surface will
be damaged, it is recommended that you test a small inconspicuous spot before proceeding.
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Using Your Canister Steam System
FILLING BOILER
1. Place Canister Steam System on a flat, level surface.
2. Make sure illuminated On/Off Switch is turned to “Off” and grounded power cord is unplugged
from electrical outlet.
!
If unit has been in use, always use the following safety precautions before
removing the Boiler cap to add water:
• Allow unit to cool for 20 minutes or until pressure gauge is at zero.
• Press and hold Steam Trigger to release ALL remaining steam.
WARNING: Failure to follow these precautions may result in burns from escaping steam
when the Boiler Cap is removed.
3. Cautiously unscrew and remove Boiler Cap.
WARNING: Water may be hot.
4. Drain any water remaining inside Boiler.
NOTE: The Boiler should be emptied after each use – this will help minimize mineral
build-up and prevent over-filling.
5. Using the Fill Cup, fill the unit with 48 oz (1,420 ml) of water.
NOTE: In order to significantly reduce mineral build-up and prolong the life of your Canister Steam System, use of distilled or de-mineralized water in the unit is highly recommended. Refer to Page 16 for more information about mineral build-up.
WARNING: Caution should always be used when pouring water into the Boiler. Do not
look directly down into fill hole when filling. Keep your free hand and any children or
pets at a safe distance.
6. Replace Boiler Cap, ensuring that it is screwed on tightly to prevent hot steam from escaping
and causing injury.
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Using Your Canister Steam System
GENERAL OPERATION
NOTE: Be sure that Boiler has been filled and that all desired accessories are connected
before following these steps.
1. For first time use, remove protective plastic cover from electrical plug. Plug power cord into a
electrical outlet.
2. Switch Lighted On/Off Switch to “On” position.
3. Once 2 Bar (29 PSI) is reached, the unit is ready to begin steaming. At approximately 4 Bar
(58 PSI), the unit will have maximum pressure.
NOTE: As steam is released, pressure will drop. This is a normal condition. When steam
flow is stopped, pressure will begin to increase. Normal pressure with continuous steam
flow is approximately 2 Bar (29 PSI).
4. Direct Nozzle (and any connected accessory) towards surface you desire to steam, and press
Steam Trigger. To sanitize surfaces, point Nozzle, press Trigger and hold approximately 1/2 inch
from surface for at least 5 seconds. This will insure that you have killed germs and bacteria.
CAUTION: Always be sure that Nozzle and any accessory are pointed in a safe direction
(away from yourself, other people, pets, and plants) before pressing Steam Trigger.
5. Keep Steam Trigger pressed for a continuous flow of steam. You may also hold the Steam Trigger, then push the Steam Trigger Lock to lock it down. This will allow a continuous flow of steam
without need of holding the Steam Trigger down manually. Steam output can be adjusted by
simply turning the Steam Adjustment Knob.
6. Using a back-and-forth motion over the area you are steaming will further enhance the cleaning process. Wipe steamed areas with a clean cloth to remove loosened dirt and grime. Wiping the area while it is still wet is recommended, but use caution when wiping surfaces such as metal
that may still be hot.
7. Once steaming tasks are complete, turn the unit “Off” and unplug. Follow steps under Proper
Storage procedure on Page 16 of this manual.
STEAM MOPPING
NOTE: Be sure that Boiler has been filled and that all steam mopping accessories are connected before following these steps.
It is recommended to sweep or vacuum hard floors before mopping.
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Using Your Canister Steam System
1. Follow Steps 1-3 of General Operation section above.
Refer to Page 9 for a listing of hard floor surfaces that are recommended for cleaning
with the Canister Steam System.
2. For best results, use a continuous back-and-forth motion over floor surface, pushing the Mop
Head away and pulling it back towards you. Work your way backwards over the floor, in order
to avoid walking over freshly mopped areas.
NOTE: To avoid warping or damage caused by heat and moisture, do not use on unsealed hardwood or unglazed ceramic surfaces. Steam may remove the sheen from
some floors that have been treated with wax.
3. The Microfiber Pad will absorb dirt and moisture during mopping. However, when you are
finished you may find some residual moisture has been left behind. In this case, it is recommended to allow floor time to air-dry. A fan may be directed towards mopped area to facilitate
drying.
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Storage & Care
PROPER STORAGE
Preparing your Canister Steam System for storage is quick and simple. When you have finished
your steaming tasks, follow the steps listed below.
1. Turn unit “Off” and unplug power cord.
2. Allow unit to completely cool (at least 30 minutes).
3. Press and hold Steam Trigger to release all remaining steam.
4. Remove all accessories from unit.
5. Carefully remove Boiler Cap.
6. Drain any remaining water from Boiler into a sink or tub – this will help to minimize mineral
build-up and prevent over-filling during your next use. Replace Boiler Cap loosely.
7. Store accessories. Utility Brushes can be conveniently stored in the Accessory Net. Remaining accessories can be stored in the Storage Bag.
8. Store Canister Steam System in a cool, dry location.
MINERAL BUILD-UP
A common maintenance need for steam appliances is the removal of build-up caused by high
mineral content in many municipal water supplies. This mineral build-up may limit the effectiveness and reduce the life of your Canister Steam System.
The best way to minimize mineral build-up is to use distilled or de-mineralized water when using
your Canister Steam System. If you are unable to use distilled water, it is recommended that the
following procedure be followed monthly to remove any mineral build-up:
1. Turn unit “Off” and unplug power cord.
2. Allow unit to completely cool (at least 30 minutes).
3. Press and hold Steam Trigger to release all remaining steam.
4. Remove all accessories from unit.
5. Carefully remove Boiler Cap.
6. Drain water from Boiler into a sink or tub.
7. Slowly pour 8 oz of vinegar into Boiler.
8. Allow to stand for 40 minutes.
9. Drain vinegar from Boiler.
10. Rinse Boiler with fresh water, drain and repeat until vinegar odor dissipates.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Unit fails to heat up.
Steam output is weak or
intermittent.
Excessive amount of water in
steam.
NOTE: Unit produces wet steam
– it is normal for steam to
contain some amount of water.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Unit is not plugged in.
Plug power cord into electrical outlet.
Household circuit breaker / ground
fault interrupter has tripped or
blown a fuse.
Reset circuit breaker / ground
fault interrupter, or replace fuse.
If you need assistance, contact a
licensed electrician.
Unit is damaged or otherwise in
need of repair.
Immediately cease usage and
unplug. Contact Consumer
Service for further assistance
(see Page 19 for details).
Boiler is empty.
Refer to Filling Boiler procedure
on Page 13.
Mineral build-up in unit.
Refer to Mineral Build-up section
on Page 16 for cleaning procedure.
Water level in Boiler is running
low.
Refer to Filling Boiler procedure
on Page 13.
Mineral build-up in unit.
Refer to Mineral Build-up section
on Page 16 for cleaning procedure.
Water condensation in Steam
Hose.
Point nozzle towards sink, tub or
ground and shake while pressing
Steam Trigger. Continue until
excess water is released.
Boiler has been
overfilled.
Filling the Boiler with more
than 48 oz. (1,420 ml.) of water
interferes with steam production,
resulting in water condensation
in steam.
Always fill unit with correct amount
of water. (see Page 13 for details)
Accessories do not stay firmly
connected to Steam Nozzle.
Accessories not properly installed.
Check to make sure that accessories are properly connected, per
procedures on Pages 8-11.
Floor surfaces appear cloudy or
streaky after steaming.
Microfiber Pad is dirty.
Replace Microfiber Pad with a
clean one.
Hard water residue on floor.
Switch to distilled or
de-mineralized water.
Variances in environmental temperature and amount of water in
boiler could affect the amount of
pressure your unit will reach.
Unit will provide optimal steam
at 2 bar. Normal pressure with
continuous steam flow is approximately 2 Bar (29 PSI).
Pressure Gauge will not reach 4
bar (58psi).
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Replacement Parts & Accessories
Refer to the part numbers below when ordering parts and accessories
for your Canister Steam System.
Replacement Accessories
Part Numbers for Fast Reordering at www.mccullochsteam.com
Jet Nozzle A1230-001
Angled NozzleA1375-001
Triangle Brush A1230-002
Large Brush A1230-003
A1230-005-5
Nylon Utility Brush - 5 Pack
Brass Brush - 5 Pack
A1230-006-5
Round Brush - 5 Pack
A1350-001-5
Round Scrub Pad - 5 Pack
A1230-007-5
Fill Cup A275-015
Scraper A1230-009
Storage Bag A1375-010
2 Extension WandsA1375-002
Mop HeadA1375-003-A
A1375-004
Mop Head Brush Attachment Microfiber Mop Pads - 2 Pack
A1375-100
Replacement Parts
Available via Consumer Service at 1-800-711-6617
Boiler Cap
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T1230-001
Product Support
CONSUMER SERVICES
For problems with your Canister Steam System, please refer to the Troubleshooting guide located on Page
17 of this manual. Additional inquiries should be directed to our consumer support services through our
website, www.mccullochsteam.com.
If you do not have internet access, you may also contact our Consumer Service Department by telephone,
at 1-800-711-6617.
NOTE: In order for our Consumer Service representatives to help you as quickly and efficiently as
possible, please have the following information ready before calling:
• Purchase information (where and when you purchased this product)
• Copy of purchase receipt / proof of purchase
• Product serial number (located on electrical specification label on back of unit)
• Date code (4-digit number located on electrical specification label)
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
VOLTAGE
POWER
WATER CAPACITY
HEATING TIME
CONTINUOUS STEAM TIME
UNIT WEIGHT
UNIT DIMENSIONS
MC1375
120V
1500W
48 oz. (1,420 ml)
10-12 min. (approximate)
45 min high, 90 min low (approximate)
11 lbs. (5.0 kg.)
15.55" x 12.13" x 10.50" (39.5 cm x 30.8 cm x 26.7 cm)
Warranty Information
1-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
What is covered
McCulloch® is a licensed brand of Steamfast, a division of Vornado Air, LLC (“Steamfast”). Subject to the terms and conditions of this 1-Year Limited Warranty (“Warranty”) as set forth below, Steamfast warrants to the original consumer or purchaser (“Buyer”) that this McCulloch®-branded steam product, excluding all accessories and attachments, (the “Product”) is
to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase when used and
maintained in accordance with the Owner’s Guide (the “Warranty Period”).
In the event Buyer notifies Steamfast of a defect in the Product within the Warranty Period, Steamfast will replace the
Product and/or defective component parts, as applicable and necessary. Any such replacement will be made at no charge
to Buyer for parts or labor, provided that Buyer shall be responsible for all shipping and transportation costs associated with
returning the Product to Steamfast for inspection and covered replacement.
What is not covered
This Warranty shall not be applicable to damage or loss caused in whole or in part by:
• Repairs, modifications or alterations to the Product by anyone other than Steamfast.
• Use or operation of the Product outside the permitted or intended uses described by Steamfast in the Owner’s Guide, or
other careless operation, handling, misuse, or abuse of the Product.
• Lack of proper maintenance or timely cleaning of the Product as specified in the Owner’s Guide.
• Use of the Product other than for normal household purposes.
• Normal wear and tear.
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Warranty Information
• Used consumable parts, accessories and attachments, including, but not limited to, brushes, hangers, scrub pads and
mop pads.
• Use of parts and accessories other than those produced or recommended by Steamfast.
• Cosmetic damage, such as scratches, nicks and dents.
• Damage caused by accident, water, flood, fire or other acts of nature or external causes.
Warranty limitations and exclusions
• NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY IS GIVEN BY STEAMFAST TO BUYER AND NO REPRESENTATIVE HAS THE
AUTHORITY TO MAKE REPRESENTATIONS OTHER THAN THOSE PROVIDED HEREIN.
• THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF AND ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SPECIFICALLY THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE WARRANTY PERIOD,
UNLESS A SHORTER PERIOD IS PERMITTED BY LAW.
• STEAMFAST’S REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES
SHALL STEAMFAST BE LIABLE TO BUYER OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR OTHER DAMAGES, EVEN IF STEAMFAST HAS BEEN ADVISED OF OR COULD REASONABLY
FORESEE THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF PROFITS OR
DAMAGE, WHETHER RISING OUT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT OR UNDER ANY OTHER
THEORY OF LAW.
• THIS WARRANTY GIVES BUYER SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. BUYER MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH
VARY FROM STATE-TO-STATE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, AND SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO BUYER.
How do you register the Warranty
Buyer must complete an application to register this Warranty within sixty (60) days following date of purchase. Buyer
may either visit Steamfast’s website at www.mccullochsteam.com and complete an online application or mail a completed
application to Steamfast. Failure to register this Warranty within sixty (60) days following date of purchase will render this
Warranty null and void.
Warranty service
For warranty service, call 1-800-711-6617 or email [email protected] to obtain a Return Authorization (“RA”) form. Include the Product model number and serial number, as well as Buyer’s name, address, city, state, zip
code and phone number when contacting Steamfast for warranty service. Buyer may be required to provide the original
sales receipt for purposes of verifying date of purchase. After receiving the RA form, the Product must be shipped, postage
prepaid by Buyer, to:
Steamfast
Attn: Warranty & Repair
415 E. 13th Street
Andover, KS 67002
To assure proper handling, packages must be clearly marked with the RA number. Packages not clearly marked with the RA
number may be refused at the receiving dock.
Important: After receiving return authorization, carefully pack the Product to avoid damage in shipping. Damage in shipping
is not covered by the Warranty and shall be the sole responsibility of Buyer. Damage or loss not covered by this Warranty or
occurring outside the Warranty Period will require a fee to cover the cost of handling and shipping. All such fees and costs
shall be the sole responsibility of Buyer.
Please allow at least 1-2 weeks for return of the Product after it is received by Steamfast. For ease of recordkeeping, it is
recommended that Buyer staple or attached the original sales receipt to this Owner’s Guide and record the Product serial
number (located on the Product specifications decal) here:
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© 2013 Vornado Air, LLC • Andover, KS 67002
Specifications subject to change without notice. Steamfast® is a trademark owned by Vornado Air, LLC.
Manufactured in China.
Steamfast Consumer Service W: www.mccullochsteam.com • P: 1-800-711-6617 •
E: [email protected]
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Manufactured by Vornado Air LLC under license from Husqvarna AB (publ).
For more information on other McCulloch products,
visit www.mcculloch.com
For questions, or comments or warranty information,
call 1-800-711-6617 or visit www.mccullochsteam.com
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