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Vax C89-M1 Instruction manual
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Vax Careline: (UK) 0844 412 8455
(ROI) 1-800 928 308
Vax model number: C90-M1/C89-M1/C90-MVX
Series Instruction Manual V2.1
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1. Parts Overview
The Unit
1 On/Off Button
Insert the plug into the electrical outlet. Press the
on/off switch on the top of the vacuum cleaner, to
switch the vacuum cleaner on and press the button
again to turn the vacuum cleaner off.
2 Dirt Container
Locked onto the top of the unit.
3 Cyclone Separator
Located inside of the Dirt Container.
4 Dirt Container and Carry Handle
Use the carry handle located on the side of the dirt
bin to move the vacuum cleaner from room to room.
What is your model number?
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5 Dirt Container Release Button
Press the button on the top of the dirt container. The
dirt container can then be lifted and removed off the
unit.
6 Auto Cord Rewind
To rewind the power cord, press the cord rewind
button, located on the top of the vacuum cleaner.
7 Floor Tool Parking Slot
For convenience there is a parking slot located at the
rear of the vacuum cleaner where the Floor Tool can
be parked for carrying and storage.
8 Plug
9 Dirt Bin Quick Release Button
Hold the dirt container over a bin and press the
release button.
10 Pre-Motor Filter Cover
Located inside the lid of the dirt
bin container.
11 Hose Inlet
12 Post Motor Filter Cover
Located on the base of the unit.
What is your serial number?
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(on the base of your cleaner)
Note this down in case you need it in future
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Retain this guide for future reference.
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PLEASE NOTE: some parts may vary according to model. Please check inside flap of box for more details.
For pet hair, stair and upholstery cleaning.
NOTE: Do not use the Turbo Tool on suede and
leather surfaces.
The Accessories
13 2-in-1 Tool
a. Dusting Brush: For delicate surfaces.
b. Upholstery Tool: For carpet, upholstery and stairs etc.
14 Crevice Tool
For crevices, corners and cracks.
15 Combination Floor Tool (Some models only)
For carpet and rug cleaning: Press the rocker switch
on the Combination Floor Head to raise the brushes.
For hard floor cleaning: Press the rocker switch on the
Combination Floor Head to lower the brushes.
16 Telescopic Tube
The telescopic tube can be lengthened or shorted by
pushing the button in and sliding the tube apart or
together as required.
17 TurboTool (Some models only)
19 Stretch Hose (Some models only)
For full height stair cleaning.
NOTE: This should not be used as the main hose.
The stretch hose is recommended to be used for stair
cleaning. The unit should always be positioned at the
bottom of the stairs
20 Hard Floor Tool (Some models only)
For parquet and laminate flooring.
21 Turbo Brush (Some models only)
NOTE: Not recommended for hard floors.
For large carpeted areas.
22 Foam Pre-Motor Filter
KEEP YOUR VAX LIKE NEW!
23 Fabric Pre-Motor Filter
! Your Filters:
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Tool caddy on handle for tool storage.
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24 HEPA Post-motor Filter (Some models only)
Anti bacterial HEPA Post-Motor Filter (Some models only)
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IMPORTANT: The condition of the filters affects the performance of your
vacuum cleaner. Please check and wash filters periodically (depending on
level of use). For full cleaning instructions see page 4 and 5.
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IMPORTANT: Do not use the vacuum cleaner without all the filters in place.
Replacement filter kits are available at vax.co.uk
To replace or purchase parts for your vacuum
cleaner, please visit our website:
vax.co.uk
2 parts overview
If your Vacuum Cleaner or Accessories are Damaged/Faulty
Please Call our Vax Careline on: 0844 412 8455
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2. Assembling your vacuum cleaner
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CLICK!
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3. Choose the attachments for the job:
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CLICK!
4. Operating the appliance
NOTE: Fully unwind the
power cord. A yellow mark on
the power cord indicates the
recommended cord length.
Do not exceed the cord
length beyond the red mark.
WARNING: Always
switch off and unplug
the vacuum cleaner from the
electrical outlet before
assembling, opening or
emptying the dirt container,
or before connecting/
disconnecting the attachments.
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5. Packing away and storage
IMPORTANT: Always unplug the vacuum from the electrical
! outlet and rewind the power cord as directed before storing.
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NOTE: When rewinding the power cord, guide the cord
with one hand. This will prevent the cord from whipping
which could cause damage or injury.
NOTE: For convenience there is a parking slot located at
the rear of the vacuum cleaner where the floor tool and
hose can be parked for carrying and storage.
assembly / operation
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6. Dirt Container: Maintenance
! IMPORTANT : Always switch off and unplug the
vacuum cleaner from the electrical outlet before
removing the Dirt Container.
NOTE: Do not use any detergents or boiling water to wash
the filters.
IMPORTANT : Do NOT use the vacuum without ALL
! of the filters in place.
Emptying the Dirt Container
CLICK!
CLICK!
Cleaning the Cyclone Separator
IMPORTANT: Remove the Dirt Container from the
unit and dispose of the dirt inside the container
before cleaning.
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IMPORTANT : The cyclone separator should not be
submerged in water.
When the cyclone separator has been cleaned and dried completely, re-attached the dirt container to the lid of the
separator and return the dirt container to the unit.
7. The Filters: Maintenance
IMPORTANT: Your vax vacuum cleaner is fitted with high performance filters it is essential
! that these are well maintained and cleaned according to the following instructions.
Vax recommends that the pre- and
post-motor filter should be checked and
cleaned periodically depending on the
frequency of use and the volume of dirt
being picked up on each occasion.
4 dirt container & filters
NOTE : Both Pre- and Post-Motor Filters
can be rinsed in warm water (max 40°C).
Allow to air dry for 24 hours before
replacing. Do NOT use any detergents or
boiling water to wash the filters.
Once completely dry, return the premotor filters and case to the vacuum
cleaner. Replace the pre-motor filter
cover before restarting the vacuum
cleaner.
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Cleaning the Pre- Motor Filter
TAP
Cleaning the Post- Motor Filter
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NOTE : This is located at the base of the vacuum cleaner.
TAP
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8. Cleaning Blockages
WARNING : To reduce the risk of electric shock, the power cord must be
disconnected before performing maintenance/ troubleshooting checks.
Turn the vacuum cleaner off and unplug from the electrical outlet.
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Hose Blockages
Accessory Blockages
The flexIble hose may be disconnected from the vacuum
cleaner. Carefully remove any blockages found and
reconnect hose securely.
Remove accessory from hose handle/ tube. Carefully
remove the blockage and return to the cleaner.
Cleaning Debris from the Turbo Tool (Some models only)
NOTE : Switch the cleaner off and disconnect the power plug from the electrical outlet.
Removing debris from the TurboBrush (Some models only)
The brushbar will stop rotating if it is blocked during operation by vacuuming up
foreign objects, or if strands of carpet are wrapped around it.
Switch the vacuum cleaner off and disconnect the power plug from the electrical
outlet.
Lay the TurboBrush floor head on a flat surface and turn over to expose the
brushbar. Using a pair of scissors, cut through any threads or hairs caught by the
brushbar that have wrapped around the guides.
filters/ cleaning blockages
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9. FAQs
! WARNING: to reduce the risk of personal injury, unplug the vacuum cleaner before performing
maintenance/troubleshooting checks
Is there an accessory missing?
• Check the ‘Parts Overview’ page in this guide to make
sure that the part is definitely included with your unit.
What do I do if an accessory/the unit becomes
damaged or broken?
• Visit www.vax.co.uk for parts and spares.
• If it is missing, please call our Vax Careline to order a
replacement: 0844 412 8455 or visit vax.co.uk to order
online.
• Please call our Vax careline to purchase new spares or
order a replacement: 0844 412 8455
Why won’t the vacuum cleaner pick up?
why won’t the accessories pick up properly?
• The filters may be clogged: Refer to ‘The Filters’ (Page 4).
• The accessory may be blocked: Refer to ‘Cleaning
Blockages’ (Page 5).
• The Dirt Container is full or blocked: Refer to ‘Dirt
Container: Emptying the Dirt Container’ (Page 4).
• The Dirt Container may be incorrectly installed: Refer to
‘Dirt container: Maintenance’ (Page 4).
• The accessory may be faulty: call our
Vax Careline to order a replacement:
0844 412 8455
Why is dust escaping from the vacuum?
Why will the vacuum cleaner not run?
• The filters may not be installed correctly. Refer to ‘The
Filters: Maintenance’ (Page 5).
• It may not be plugged into the electrical outlet correctly:
Ensure that the plug is pushed into the electrical outlet
securely.
• The Dirt container may be incorrectly installed: Remove
the Dirt Container from the unit by pressing the Dirt
Container Release Button (5) and reattach it to the unit,
ensuring it is locked firmly back into place.
• The filters may be clogged: Refer to
‘The Filters’ (Page 4).
• The electrical outlet may not be working: Check the fuse
or breaker and consult an electrician.
• The motor Thermostat may have tripped: Switch off and
unplug the vacuum cleaner. Leave for one hour before
switching the vacuum cleaner back on.
If none of these questions apply to you, or for further
assistance please call our Vax Careline team on:
0844 412 8455
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10. Safety Information
13. Do not vacuum up harmful or toxic material
(chlorine, bleach, ammonia, drain cleaner etc.).
For Household Use Only
14. Do not vacuum up hard or sharp objects such as
glass, nails, screws, coins, etc.
When using the vacuum cleaner, basic safety precautions
should always be observed, including the following:
15. Do not use without ALL of the filters in place.
16. Take extra care when vacuuming on stairs.
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Only use the vacuum cleaner indoors on dry
surfaces. Do not handle the plug or vacuum cleaner
with wet hands. Do not use outdoors or on wet
surfaces.
Turn off the vacuum cleaner controls before
disconnecting or connecting from the mains supply.
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Always unplug the vacuum cleaner before
connecting or disconnecting the vacuum hose and
accessories.
4.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
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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.
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Use only as described in this manual. Use only Vax
recommended attachments.
7.
Do not use the vacuum cleaner if it has been
dropped, damaged, left outdoors or dropped into
water. Do not use the vacuum cleaner with a
damaged cord or plug. If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer
or a recommended Service Agent to avoid hazard
and invalidating the guarantee.
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Do not pull or carry by cord. Do not use the cord
as a handle, close a door on the cord or pull cord
around sharp edges or corners. Do not run the
vacuum cleaner over the cord. Keep the cord away
from heated surfaces.
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Do not put any objects into openings. Do not use
with any openings blocked and do not restrict airflow. Keep all openings free of dust, lint, hair or
anything that might reduce airflow.
10. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of
the body away from openings and moving parts.
11. Do not pick up hot coals, cigarette butts, matches
or any hot, smoking or burning objects.
12. Do not pick up flammable or combustible
materials (lighter fluid, petrol, kerosene etc.) or use
in the presence of explosive liquids or vapours.
17. Keep vacuuming area well lit.
18. Store the vacuum cleaner in a cool, dry area.
19. Turn off the on/off switch before unplugging the
vacuum cleaner
20. Use only CE-approved 13 amp extension cords.
Non-approved cords may overheat. Care should
be taken to arrange the cord so that the cord
cannot be tripped over.
WARNING: Always switch off and unplug the
vacuum cleaner from the electrical outlet
before assembling, opening or emptying the dirt
container, or before connecting/disconnecting the
attachments.
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CAUTION: The vacuum cleaner is a very
powerful unit. Before plugging the cord into
the electrical outlet, make sure the switch is in the
‘off’ position.
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IMPORTANT: If the inlet, hose or telescopic
tube is blocked, switch off the vacuum cleaner
and remove the blockage(s) before re-starting the
vacuum cleaner.
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IMPORTANT: Washing filters improves vacuum
performance. Vax recommends that they
should be checked and cleaned periodically
(depending on the level of use). Make sure all filters
are completely dry before inserting back into the
vacuum cleaner.
This vacuum cleaner is intended for household use
only and not for commercial or industrial use.
Motor Thermostat
IMPORTANT: The motor is equipped with a
thermal cut-out. If for any reason, the vacuum
cleaner should over-heat, the thermostat will
automatically turn the unit off. Should this occur,
unplug the vacuum cleaner from the electrical outlet
and turn off the switch. Remove the dirt container
and empty. Clean the filters. Allow the cleaner to cool
for approximately one (1) hour. To re-start, plug into
an electrical outlet and switch back on.
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safety information
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11. UK Service & Help
Vax Care 0844 412 8455
Monday-Friday
8.30am to 6.30pm
Saturday-Sunday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Please make a note of the model number and serial number of your Vax before calling. For the nearest Vax Service
Agent, please call the Vax Careline or visit vax.co.uk
12. Consumables
To purchase spares and accessories, please visit vax.co.uk
Filter Kit (1-9-128353-00)
13. Technical Specification
Voltage:
220 - 240 ~ 50 Hz
Wattage:
1400W
Capacity:
2.2 litres
Filters:
Cyclone separator – wipe clean
Pre-motor filter – washable
HEPA Post-motor filter – washable
Cord Length: 5m (approx)
Weight:
6.4 Kg (approx)
Subject to technical change without notice
14. EEC Statement of Compliance
Manufacturer/EEC importer: Vax Limited, hereby on our own responsibility, declare that the
C89/C90-M1 series Mach 1 range and C90-MVX range are manufactured in compliance with the following Directives:
Safety: 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
EMC: 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where
facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
8 uk service/ technical specification/ eec statement
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