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FLM Gardenvac 2500W Turbo
Owner's Manual


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Description of FLM Gardenvac 2500W Turbo Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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5 How to Use
WARNING The use of eye protection is recommended. The use of ear protection is recommended. To prevent dust irritation, the wearing of a face-mask is recommended. Never point your product at bystanders. Do not use your product in the rain. Do not leave your product outdoors while it is raining. IMPORTANT!: YOUR PRODUCT WILL NOT OPERATE UNTIL THE FULLY ASSEMBLED DEBRIS BAG AND FRAME ARE PROPERLY FITTED. BEFORE USE: ENSURE THERE ARE NO GAPS BETWEEN THE DEBRIS BAG AND THE PRODUCT. • The Gardenvac has 3 modes of operation. • These can be selected by moving the mode indicator to adjust the nozzle position for blow, vacuum or jet vacuum mode. • In vacuum and jet vacuum modes the product will shred leaves etc.

BLOW

L

Position 1 - Blow Mode The Gardenvac will blow debris from patios, paths, driveways, lawns, bushes, borders etc. Using As A Blower 1. Select position 1 on the mode indicator. See fig L. 2. Point nozzle towards the ground. 3. To start squeeze trigger. 4. Stand back from debris to be cleared. 5. Point nozzle towards the debris and slowly approach. 6. To stop release trigger.

VACUUM

M

Position 2 - Vacuum Mode In this position your product will pick up leaves, paper, rubbish, cans etc. IMPORTANT: REMOVE NYLON LINE BEFORE VACUUMING CANS Using As A Vacuum 1. Select position 2 on the mode indicator. See fig M. 2. Position nozzle slightly above the debris, squeeze the trigger and move slowly back and forth. 3. Do not force the nozzle into the debris as this will impair performance. 4. To stop release the trigger.

JET VACUUM

N

Position 3 - Jet Vacuum Mode This position is intended to be used to collect debris which is damp or stubborn. It directs a small jet of air towards the ground which will loosen stubborn material. Using As A Jet Vacuum 1. Select position 3 on the mode indicator. See fig N. 2. Position the nozzle above and slightly forward of the debris and squeeze the trigger. 3. Slowly move the nozzle back over the debris. This allows a jet of air to lift the debris from the ground. 4. To stop release the trigger.

Emptying your Gardenvac P

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Switch off and disconnect from the mains electricity supply BEFORE REMOVING OR REPLACING the fully assembled debris bag. Emptying Your Gardenvac 1. Remove debris bag as described on page 4. 2. Empty debris bag holding the moulded handle at the top of the bag and the fabric handle at the bottom of the bag. (P) DO NOT PLACE HANDS IN BAG WHEN EMPTYING, SHARP DEBRIS CAN CAUSE INJURY 3. Flip the debris fin back into place before re-fitting as described on page 3.

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