Craftsman 113.179255 Owner`s manual

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SAVETHIS MANUAL FOR
FUTUREREFERENCE
8_8
owner's
manual
MODEL
NO.
113.179255
I CRAFTSMAN'J
Serial
Number
Model and serial numbers may be found on
the handle.
You should record
both model and serial
numbers in a safe
place for future use,
FOR YOUR
SAFETY
READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY
5 Gallon
Clean 'N Carry
Wet/Dry Vac
• safety
• assembly
• operating
• repair parts
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Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
Part No. SP6537
Printed in U.S.A.
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FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
ON CRAFTSMAN WET/DRY VACS
If this Craftsman Wet/Dry Mac fails due to a defect in material or workmanship
within one year from the date of purchase, return it to your nearest Sears
Store, and it will be replaced or repaired, at Sears option, free of charge.
If this Craftsman Wet/Dry Mac is used for commercial or rental purposes, this
warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase.
This warranty applies only while this product is used in the United States.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
dghts which vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., D817 WA, Hoffman Estates, IL. 60179
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety is a combination of common
sense, staying alert and knowing how
your vac works. Read this manual to
understand the vac.
Safety
Signal
•
•
Words
DANGER: means if the safety information is not followed someone will be seriously injured or killed.
WARNING: means if the safety information is not followed someone could be
•
seriously injured or killed.
CAUTION: means if the safety information is not followed someone may be
injured.
When using your Wet/Dry Vac, follow
basic safety precautions including the following.
WARNING-
•
•
as gasoline or other fuels, lighter fluid,
cleaners, oil-based paints, natural gas,
hydrogen, coal dust, magnesium dust,
grain dust, or gun powder.
Do not use Wet/Dry Vac as a sprayer.
Do not vacuum anything that is burning
or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
Do not vacuum fireplace soot or ash.
This is a very fine dust which will not
be captured by the filter and may
cause damage.
To reduce the dsk of health hazards
from vapors or dusts, do not vacuum
toxic materials.
Do not use or store near hazardous
materials.
• Do not run Wet/Dry Vac unattended.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do
not expose to rain. Store indoors.
• Do not allow Wet/Dry Vac to be used
as a toy. Close attention is necessary
when used by or near children.
• Do not use this Wet/Dry Vac with a tom
filter or without the filter installed
To reduce the
risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
Read and understand this owner's manual and all labels on the Wet/Dry Vac
before operating. Use only as described
in this manual. To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to Wet/Dry Vac,
use only Sears Craftsman recommended
acoessories.
except when vacuuming liquids as
described in the operation section of
this manual.
Sparks inside the motor can ignite flammable vapors or dust. To reduce the risk
of fire or explosion:
• Do not vacuum, or use this WeVDry
Vac, near flammable or combustible liquids, gases, or explosive dusts, such
• Do not leave Wet/Dry Vac when
plugged in. Unplug from outlet when
not in use and before servicing. Turn
off Wet/Dry Vac before unplugging.
• Do not mount over 5' from the ground.
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• To reduce the risk of fa]ls, use extra
care when cleaning on stairs.
This Wet/Dry Vac is double-insulated,
eliminating the need for a separate
grounding system. Use only identical
replacement parts. Read the instructions
for Servicing Double-Insulated Wet/Dry
Vacs before servicing.
Observe the following warnings that
appear on the motor housing of your
Wet/Dry Vac.
• Do not attach screws to drywall only.
Make sure screws are attached to
studs on 16" centers.
• Do not sit or hang on storage rack.
• Do not exceed maximum weight limit of
40 pounds.
• To reduce the risk of injury from accidental starting, unplug power cord
before changing or cleaning filter.
• Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To
unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
• Do not use with damaged cord, plug or
other parts. If your Wet/Dry Vac is not
working as it should, has missing parts,
has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, return it
to a Sears Service Center.
• Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord
as handle, close a door on cord, or pull
cord around sharp edges or corners.
Do not run Wet/Dry Vac over cord.
Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do not handle plug or the Wet/Dry Vac
with wet hands.
• Do not put any object into ventilation
openings. Do not vacuum with any
ventilation openings blocked; keep free
of dust, lint, hair or anything that may
reduce air flow.
• Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and
all parts of body away from openings
and moving parts.
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OUBLE INSULATED -GROUND NOT REQUIRED.
WHEN SERVICING USE ONLY
IDENTICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire
or electric shock, do not run vac
unattended.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of
electric shock - do not expose to rain store indoors.
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WARNING
• Foryourownsafety,readand
understand
owner'smanual.
• Donotrununattended.
• Donotpick uphotashes,coals,
toxic,flammableor otherhazardousmaterials.
• Donotusearoundexplosiveliq_uids or vapors,
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of hearing damage,
wear ear protectors when using the vac
for extended hours or when using it in a
noisy area.
For dusty operations, wear dust mask.
Use only extension cords that are rated
for outdoor use. Extension cords in poor
condition or that are too small in wire size
can pose fire and shook hazards. When
using an extension cord, be sure it is in
good condition. Using any extension cord
will cause some loss of power. To keep
the loss to a minimum, use the following
table to choose the minimum wire size
extension cord.
The operation of any utility vac or blower
can result in foreign objects being blown
into the eyes, which can result in severe
eye damage. Always wear safety goggles
complying with ANSI Z87.1 (or in Canada
CSA Z94.3) before commencing operation. Everyday eyeglasses have only
impact resistant lenses. They are not
safety glasses. Safety Goggles are available at Sears retail stores. Glasses or
goggles not in compliance with ANSI or
CSA could seriously hurt you when they
break.
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Extension Cord Length ! Gauge A.W.G.
0-50 Ft.
14
50-100 Ft.
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Introduction
Owner's
Manual
Contents
Item
Page
Warranty Information ...............
2
Safety Instructions .................
2
Introduction ......................
4
Unpacking and Checking
Carton Contents ................
4
Replacement Filter Assembly
........
5
Storage Rack Assembly & Mounting ., .6
Clean 'N Carry Vac Assembly
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This Clean 'N Carry Vac is intended for
household use only.
IMPORTANT
NOTE
Please Read Carefully
Static Shocks Are Common - In dry
areas or when the relative humidity of the
air is low, To reduce the frequency of static shocks in your home the best remedy
is to add moisture to the air with a console humidifier.
Hanging Vac on Storage Rack
Accessories .....................
Operation .......................
Maintenance
....................
Repair Parts .....................
.......
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10
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13
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Unpacking and Checking Carton Contents
Remove entire contents of carton, Check
each item against the Carton Contents
List. Notify your Sears Store immediately
if any parts are damaged or missing.
Carton
Contents
List
Key Description
Qty.
A
B
Vac Motor Assembly ............
Vac Canister ..................
1
1
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N*
Accessory Storage Bin ..........
Storage Upper Rack ............
Storage Lower Rack ............
14' Poe-I-Lock Hose Assembly ....
7' Pos-I-Lock Hose Assembly .....
Utility Nozzle ..................
Dusting Brush .................
Car Nozzle ...................
Crevice Tool ..................
Extension Wands ..............
Filter Nut .....................
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
O* Filter Plate
P*
Q*
R*
S
T
...................
Filter (Red Stripe) ..............
Filter Cage ...................
Float ........................
#10 x 1-3/4 Wood Screws .......
Owner's Manual ...............
1
1
1
1
4
1
* These items may come preassembled.
If they are not present in the carton check
the vac power head to see ff they are
preassembled.
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4
Replacement
Filter Assembly
WARNING:
For your own safety,
never connect plug to power source
outlet until all assembly steps are complete and you have read and understood the safety and operation instructions. Do not operate vac with any
parts damaged or missing.
1. Carefully slide the filter over the filter
cage, sliding it over the center ring covering the 3 slots until the filter stops
against the lid.
2. Place the hole in the filter plate over
threaded stud of the filter cage.
3. Gently push on the filter plate to seat
the rubber ring of the filter inside the
circular channel of the filter plate.
4. Place filter nut onto threaded stud and
tighten it down. Finger tighten only.
NOTE: Lever of filter nut should be away
from plate as shown.
IMPORTANT: Do not overtighten as this
may deform or crack the filter plate, filter
cage, or filter.
WARNING:
To avoid personal injury
or damage to vac be sure to keep
hands, fingers, or any other foreign
objects out of the center opening when
assembling the float.
Filter Cage Assembly
NOTE: If filter cage needs to be
removed, or replaced, use a flat blade
screwdriver and insert the blade near one
of the tabs between the filter cage and
the center ring of the lid. Pry the tab out
of the slot. Tilt the cage and lift away from
the tid. Replace in the following manner:
1. Place the float over the opening in the
center of the lid with the words "This
Side Towards Lid" laying face down
over the hole.
2. Line up filter cage tabs with slots in the
center ring of the lid.
3. Push on the filter cage until the tabs
snap into slots for a secure fit.
Filter Cage _
NOTE: Your filter has a red stripe that
matches an in-store displayer. When you
visit your local Sears store, just remember the color of your stripe for the correct
size filter.
Filter Nut'_"'_i_
Lever
_
_
Tabs (3) ._
Mac
Assembly
Filter Nut
Filter Plate
Red Stripe
_
Threaded Stud
_--_-
Filter Cage
_
ilter Cage
Tabs (3)
Slots (3)
s 13)
Slots (3)
Storage Rack Assembly
Assembling
Rack
& Mounting
Assembling Accessory Bin to
Lower Rack
Upper and Lower
1. With the accessory bin angled down
approximately 45 °, hook the rear of the
bin over the bottom lip on the rack.
Align the tabs in the upper rack with
notches in lower rack. Slide upper rack
forward until the center hook on the lower
rack engages the bottom flange of the
upper rack. You will hear an audible click
when the lock engages.
Hooked Tab_
Re_ro_fo_
Tab of
Upper
of Rack
)45 °
Notch of
Lower Rack-
Latch
Upper
Rack
Lip of Rack
Accessory
2. Depress hooked tab and rotate accessory bin up and back until tab snaps
into the opening in the lower rack.
Rack
3. Continue to rotate the bin until the side
latches engage openings in rack and
the bin is in a horizontal position.
Rack
Side
Side
Latch
Accesson
Bin
Accessory
Bin
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Rack
Storage Rack Assembly
& Mounting
(cont.) --
Mounting Storage Rack to Wail
• Do not mount over 5' from the ground.
• Do not attach screws to drywall only,
Make sure screws are attached to
studs on 16" centers.
• Do not sit or hang on storage rack.
• Do not exceed maximum weight limit of
40 pounds.
1. Choose a location that is indoors and
not exposed to rain. For best performance and easy access, position the
storage rack so the center of the vacuum inlet port is no more that five feet
from floor and no more than eighteen
feet from the electrical outlet.
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5 Feet
Maximum
Floor
2• The screw holes in the storage rack
are spaced sixteen inches apart to correspond with standard wall stud spacing. Locate two wall studs and position
the storage rack so that all four screw
holes are over the studs. Level the rack
and mark the hole locations. Drill a 1/8"
diameter pilot hole at each Location.
Attach the storage rack to wall studs
using the four screws provided. Make
sure all four screws are ddven securely
into the wall studs.
_'_'Upper
Rack
Storage Rack
Lower
Rack
3. If your wall studs are not located 16"
apart or the desired location does not
align with the wall studs, a 1/2" thick
plywood panel 30" wide, must be
attached to the studs with the four
screws provided. The storage rack may
then be attached to the plywood panel
with four 1" #10 pan or round head
wood screws (not provided).
NOTE: Supplied wood screws are intended for mounting to typical wall construction consisting of 5/8" drywall
or less,
CAUTION: To prevent plywood, Storage
Rack, or Wet/Dry Vac from falling, make
sure you have selected the proper length
of fastener for the secure mounting of
storage rack to the wall.
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Clean 'N Carry Vac Assembly
Vac Assembly
1, Wind the electdcal cord clockwise
(from the rear) around the cord wrap
area on back of vac motor assembly.
Cord
Wrap
Cord
Area
3. Place vac motor assembly onto vac
canister assembly.
Vac Motor
Assembly
Vac
Canister
2. Position the vac canister lock in the
unlock position.
VacMotor\
Assembly_
4. Turn vac canister lock into locked position.
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Vac
Canister
Lock
NOTE: There is a detent at the end of
travel in both the locked and unlocked
position. Continue to turn knob until it
"clicks" into the desired position.
You should feel and hear the "click".
Assembly
Vac
Canister
Lock
Hanging
Vac on Storage Rack
1. Set the vac on the floor near the storage rack. Measure the distance from
center of storage rack to the closest
electrical outlet and add 18 inches.
Storage
Rack
Release Tab
Retan,
Opening in
Storage
Rack
Mac
_1
DOutlet_
istance
Hook
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Push Vac
Against
Storage
Rack
Inches
Vac
Canister
2, Uncoil that amount of power cord from
the cord wrap. Drape the loose cord
over the top of the vacuum and down
the front.
5. Lower the vsc until the upper vsc hook
and lower hook are engaged and the
bottom of the vac canister rests on the
rack. The release tab will pop out over
top of vac.
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Release Tab
3. Grasp the handle with one hand and
the bottom of the vsc canister at the
front foot with the other hand. Always
lift the vac with both hands. Lift the vac
Upper
HI
up to the storage rack.
4. Align the upper hook on the vac with
the rectangular opening in the storage
rack. Push the vac against the storage
rack.
_1
_Rectangular
/Opening
Lower
I II
Vac Hook_
__
Upper Hook
6. Snap the power cord into the cord
retainers in the front surface of the rack
and loop around the keeper behind the
wand storage area. The cord may exit
on either the left or right side. Plug the
power cord into the electrical outlet. Do
not fasten power cord to wall in any
way,
Hanging Vac on Storage Rack (continued)
Cord
Retainer
Storage
When your Clean 'N Carry Wet]Dry Vac is
not in use, it should be unplugged from
the outlet. Excess cord should be
wrapped over the hose storage rack and
around the accessory storage bin.
Several loops may be required to eliminate any tripping hazard created by a
loosely hanging cord.
Removing
Vac from Storage
Rack
Electrical
Outlet
1. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet. Remove the cord from the
keeper and retainers. Drape the loose
cord over the top of the vac.
2. With your fight hand, raise the folding
handle.
3. With your left hand depress the release
tab located on the upper left corner of
the storage rack.
4. Lift up on the handle, and pull the vac
up and out of the storage rack.
Accessories
Hose and Extension Wand
Storage
1.Slide the extension wands on either
side of the Clean 'N Carry vac for storage. The storage rack accommodates
both extension wands.
Wand
Storage
2. Wrap the Pos-I-Lock Hoses around the
upper storage rack as shown.
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Rack
Accessories
(continued)
Hoses
(14' & 7' Pos-I-Lock)
The Pos-I-Lock Hose has an adapter that
can be used to connect the hose to the
female port on the vac or to the male end
of another hose.
on Mac
Diffuser
Cap Assembly
Attach the lanyard to the vac motor
assembly of the vac to keep the diffuser
attached to vac when using the blower
port. Both the 7' and 14' hose can be
used independently. They can also be
connected together by first connecting
the single locking hose to the wet/dry vac
(14' hose from factory). Next, you will
connect the double locking hose (7' from
factory) to the fist hose by inserting the
friction end of the first hose into the larger
locking end of the second hose. This will
be a friction connection
End
of Hose
',ll!lll,'
;L
_/F_
Lanyard
Attachment
Lanyard
Operation
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, do not operate this vac in areas with flammable gases, vapors or explosive dust in the air. Flammable gases or vapors
include but are not limited to; lighter fluid, solvent type cleaners, oil-base paints,
gasoline, alcohol or aerosol sprays. Explosive dusts include but are not limited to;
coal, magnesium, grain or gun powder. Do not vacuum explosive dust, flammable
or combustible liquids or hot ashes. Do not use this vac as a sprayer. To reduce
the risk of health hazards from vapors or dusts, do not vacuum toxic materials.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this
appliance has a polarized plug (one
blade is wider than the other). This plug
will fit in a polarized outlet only one way.
If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet,
reverse the plug. If it still does not fit,
contact a qualified electrician to install the
proper outlet. Do not change the plug in
any way.
CAUTION: To reduce risk of hearing
damage, wear ear protectors when
using the vac for extended hours or
when using it in a noisy area. The
operation of any utility vac can result in
foreign objects being blown into the
eyes, which can result in severe eye
damage. Always wear safety goggles
complying with ANSI Z87.1 (or in
Canada, CSA Z94.3) before commencing operation. Safety Goggles are
available at many local retail stores.
O=
OFF
After you plug the power cord into the
outlet, turn the unit on by pushing the
switch from position "O" to position "1".
The symbols used on the switch actuator
are international "On & Off" symbols. "O"
is the symbol for "OFF" and '1" is the
symbol for "ON".
J = ON
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Operation
Vacuuming
(continued)
4. When the liquid in the vac canister
reaches a predetermined level, the
float mechanism will rise automatically
to cut off airflow. When this happens,
turn off the vac, unplug the power cord,
and empty the vac canister. You will
know that the float has risen because
vac airflow ceases and the motor noise
will become higher in pitch, due to
increased motor speed.
IMPORTANT: To reduce the risk of damage to the vac do not run motor with float
in raised position.
Dry Materials
1. The filter must always be in correct
position to reduce the risk of leaks and
possible damage to the vac.
2. When using your vac to pick up very
fine dust, it will be necessary for you to
empty the vac canister and clean the
filter at more frequent intervals to maintain peak vac performance.
NOTE: A dry filter is necessary to pick up
dry material. If you use your vac to pick
up dust when the filter is wet, the filter will
clog quickly and be very difficult to clean.
3. ff your filter is wet but you need to use
the vac to pick up dry material, you can
quickly dry the filter by running the vac
without hose attached for about
Emptying the Vac Canister
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
injury from accidental starting, unplug
power cord before emptying the vac
canister.
10 minutes. The clean air rushing
through the vac will help dry the filter.
The optional Craftsman HEPA Rated
Material Filter, stock number 9-17912 will
do a better job stopping very fine particles than the 9-17816 filter.
Vacuuming
f. With the vacuum removed from the
storage rack (see Removing Vac from
Storage Rack section), remove the vac
motor assembly from the vac canister
assembly.
Liquids
1. When picking up small amounts of liquid the filter may be left in place.
2. Lay vac motor assembly upside down
on a clean area while emptying vac
canister.
2. When picking up large amounts of liquid we recommend removing the vacuum from the storage rack and placing it
on the floor. When full of water the vac
will weigh approximately 40 pounds
and may be difficult to remove from the
storage rack. Always empty vac and
dry filter immediately after picking up
liquids.
3. Dump the vac canister contents into
the proper waste disposal container.
Sears recommended accessories are
available at Sears retail stores.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of
back injury or falls, do not lift a vac
heavy with liquid or debris. Scoop or
drain enough contents out to make the
vac light enough to lift comfortably.
3. After using the vac to pick up liquids,
the filter must be dried to reduce the
risk of possible mildew and damage to
the filter.
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Maintenance
Filter
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of
injury from accidental starting, unplug
power cord before changing or cleaning filter.
NOTE: This filter is made of high quality
paper designed to stop very small particles of dust. The filter can be used for
wet or dry pick up. Handle the filter carefully when removing to clean or installing
it. Creases in the filter pleats may occur
from installation but creases will not affect
the performance
of the filter.
Filter Removal
To remove the filter for cleaning or
replacement, unscrew the filter nut from
the filter cage, remove filter plate and lift
off filter.
WARNING:
Do not remove the filter
cage. tt is there to help prevent your
fingers from getting into the blower
wheel.
For best cleaning results due to accumulated dust, clean the filter in an open
area. Cleaning SHOULD be done outdoors and not in the living quarters.
After filter removal from vac, remove the
dry debris by gently tapping the filter
against the inside wall of your dust vac
canister. The debris will loosen and fall.
For thorough cleaning of dry filter with
fine dust (no debris), run water through it
as described under "Cleaning A Wet
Filter'.
Cleaning
A Wet Filter
After filter is removed, run water through
the filter from a hose or spigot. Take care
that water pressure from the hose is not
strong enough to damage filter.
Remember: To dry a filter quickly, reinstall
the filter on the vac and allow the unit to
run for approximately 10 minutes. The
clean air rushing through the filter will dry
it.
Installation
IMPORTANT: To reduce the risk of dam-
Refer to "Filter Assembly" Section of this
manual.
age to the blower wheel and motor,
always reinstall the filter before using the
vac for dry material pickup.
Allow the filter to dry before storing the
vac.
Filter
Cleaning
Your filter should be cleaned often to
Clean 'N Carry
Vac Cleaning
maintain peak vac performance.
To keep your WeVDry Clean 'N Carry Vac
looking its best, clean the outside with a
cloth dampened with warm water and
mild soap.
To clean the vac canister:
Be sure to dry the filter before storing or
picking up dry debris.
IMPORTANT: After cleaning, check the
filter for tears or small holes. Do not use
a filter with holes or tears in it. Even a
small hole can cause a lot of dust to
come out of your vac. Replace it immediately.
Cleaning
1. Dump debris out.
2. Wash vac canister thoroughly with
warm water and mild soap.
3. Wipe out with dry cloth.
A Dry Filter
Some removal of dry debris can be
accomplished without removing the filter
from the vac. Slap your hand on top of
the power assembly while the vac is
turned off and remove from the storage
rack.
WARNING:
To assure product SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs and
adjustment should be performed by
Sears Service Centers, always using
Sears replacement parts,
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Repa
Pads
5 Gallon Clean 'N Carry Wet/Dry Vac
Model Number 113.179255
Always
order
by Part Number
- Not by Key
Number
WARNING
SERVICING OF DOUBLE-INSULATED
In a double-insulated
Clean
instead
No grounding
of grounding.
appliance,
nor should
'N Carry
a means
Vac requires
and should
be done
only by qualified
Clean
Your double-insulated
extreme
be added.
service
Key
No.
Pa_ No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
39
34
813213
830953
509864
830663
830666
819260-5
830239-1
829719-4
509863
820563-4
818961
818413-3
315534-1
826817
828838
9-16938
9-16937
9-17816
509238-1
509862-1
630672
830673
830674
830714
829794
830627
829971
829792
829798-1
830670
830671
830675
820563-12
SP6537
Servicing
personnel.
'N Carry Vac is marked
INSULATED"
and the symbol[_(square
on the appliance.
within
are provided
on a double-insulated
care and knowledge
'N Carry Vao must be identical
Clean
of insulation
is provided
for grounding
'N Carry
double-insulated
Vac, two systems
means
lated Clean
CLEAN 'N CARRY VAC
a double-insuof the system,
Replacement
parts
to the parts they
with the words
a square)
"DOUBLE
may also be marked
Description
Actuator, Switch
Switch, Toggle
Motor Cover (includesKeys 1, 2, 4, & 5)
Handle, Carry
Retainer Cord
Lead Assembly
Motor Assembly (IncludesKeys6, 11, 12, 13, & 14)
Cord w/Terminals
Lid Assembly
Screw, Pan Head Type =AS" 10 x 3/4
Spacer
Blower Wheel
Washer
Nut, Hex Flange 1/4-20
Collector
1 Filter Nut
t Filter Plate
t Filter (Red Stdpe)
Cage/Float
Vac Canister
Accessory Storage Bin
14' Pos-I-Lock Hose
7' Pos-l-Lock Hose (IncludesKey 24)
Adaptor Hose Elbow
Utility Nozzle
Dusting Brush
Car Nozzle
Crevice Tool
Extension, Wands
Storage Upper Rack
Storage Lower Rack
Diffuser
#10 - 1-3/4 Wood Screws
Owner's Manual
"_Stock Item - May Be SecuredThroughThe HardwareDepartment Of Most
Sears Retail Stores
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for a
replace.
Repair Parts
5 Gallon Clean 'N Carry Wet/Dry Vac
Model
_27
Number
_4
113.179255
<_
15
34
For in-home major brand repair service:
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
1-800-4-MY-HOME
(1-800-469-4663)
Para pedir servicio de reparacion a domicilio - 1-800-676-5811
For the repair or replacement parts you need:
Call 6 am - 11 pm CST, 7 days a week
Parts Direct
1-800-366-PART
(1-800-366-7278)
Para ordernar piezas con entrega a domicilio - 1-800-659-7084
For the location of a Sears Parts and Repair Center
in your area:
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
1-800-488-1222
For information
on purchasing
a Sears Maintenance
Agreement
or to inquire about an existing Agreement:
Call 9 am - 5 pro, Monday - Saturday
1-800-827-6655
S /ARS
HomeCentral
SM
The model and serial numbers will be found on the motor cover.
When requesting service or ordering parts, always provide the following information:
• Product Type
• Part Number
• Model Number
• Part Description
2004 Emerson
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, IL 60179 U.S.A.
Pad No. SP6537
Form No. SP6537
Printed in U.S.A. 07/04