An excellent service for the price, however, it would also have been handy if the troubleshooter pages were included. The manual is only sent in the language of your country, thus it looks as though there are some pages missing. Otherwise highly recommended.
fast response great copy easy to download quick to correct mistakes
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Dustbag indicator and changing the dustbag For peak performance the dustbag should be changed when full. The mechanical dustbag indicator window will gradually turn red when ï¬lling and completely red when full. If the dustbag should get broken in the cleaner, take the cleaner to service centre for cleaning. This is not covered by the guarantee. The dustbag full indicator may signify that the bag is blocked (occasionally caused by ï¬ner dust) which will cause loss of suction and may result in overheating. If this occurs change the bag even if it is not full. DO NOT VACUUM VERY FINE DUST (PLASTER, CEMENT, COLD CINDERS...). To check the dustbag, the cleaner must be switched on, with all attachments connected but the nozzle does not have to be placed on the ï¬oor. To change the dustbag 7 Open the cleaner cover. 8 Remove the dustbag from its holder. Insert the new dustbag into the holder. 9 Adjust the bottom corners of the dustbag into the dustbag compartment. 10 Adjust the upper part of the dustbag into the dustbag compartment. 7 Close the dustbag compartment and continue cleaning. We recommend the dustbag is changed after using a carpet cleaning powder or if there is a bad smell from the cleaner. Note: Only use original dustbag and ï¬lters Dustbag (Ref. number: E53n) To maintain HEPA ï¬lter (U4220, U4230) 12 Press the catch to open the ï¬lter cover. 13 Replace the old ï¬lter with a new one ensuring that it is securely in place and the cover is properly closed. Latest every second year replace the old ï¬lter or approximately every ï¬fth dustbag.
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Check that the dustbag is in place. Insert that the hose until the catches click to engage (press catches inwards to release). Attach the telescopic tube to the hose handle and ï¬oor nozzle by twisting together (twist and pull apart to dismantle). Extend the cable and connect to mains, ensuring the cable is not twisted before use (Press cable rewind button to rewind cable. Please hold the plug to prevent it striking you). Press the on/off button to start the cleaner. To increase/decrease suction, adjust the variable power control. Suction can also be regulated on the hose handle by opening/closing the vent.
Dustbag Swivel hose and handle with manual suction control Telescopic tube Combination carpet/hard ï¬oor nozzle Crevice nozzle Upholstery nozzle Dusting brush
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Dustbag: please check that the dustbag is placed correctly and ensure that it is not jammed. Power: if the electric power does not come on, disconnect from mains and check plugs, cable and fuses where appropriate. The cleaner may switch itself off in event of severe blockage or excessively dirty ï¬lters. In such cases, disconnect from mains and allow to cool for 30 minutes. Clear blockage and/or replace ï¬lter(s) and restart. The clearing of blocked hoses is not covered by the guarantee. To avoid blockages and maintain suction efï¬ciency, the ï¬oor nozzles should be cleaned regularly using the hose handle. Please see additional Volta information towards the back of this booklet. Water: if water is sucked into the cleaner the motor must be changed at a service centre. This is not covered by the guarantee.
Ensuring your safety
The cleaner is for domestic use only and has been designed to ensure maximum safety and performance. Please follow these simple precautions:
The cleaner is double insulated so it must not be earthed The cleaner is only to be used by adults Do not pick up very ï¬ne dust (plaster, cement, cold cinders...) Always store in a dry place Do not use to pick up liquids Avoid sharp objects Do not pick up hot cinders or lighted cigarette ends Do not use near ï¬ammable gases Avoid tugging on the mains cable and check cable regularly for damage Note: Do not use cleaner with a damaged cable. If damaged, the cable should be replaced at a service centre The plug must be removed from the socket-outlet before cleaning or maintaining the appliance All service and repairs must be carried out by authorised service staff
Features of the vacuum cleaner
A B C D E F G H I J K Mains cable Cable rewind button Mechanical dustbag full indicator Hose connection Carrying handle Cover release catch for dustbag compartment Cover release for accessory compartment On/off button Parking position for tube and nozzle when in use Storage slot for tube and nozzle when not in use Suction control regulator
on the product or on its packaging indicates
that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city ofï¬ce, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
Dustbag safety device To avoid damaging the cleaner, do not use it without a dustbag. A safety device is ï¬tted which prevents the cover closing without a dustbag in place. Do not attempt to force cover shut.
Getting the best results
Carpets: Use ï¬oor nozzle with lever in this position. Hard ï¬oors: Use ï¬oor nozzle with lever in this position. Curtains/lightweight fabrics: Reduce the suction power. Use the upholstery nozzle for curtains, cushions etc. Conï¬ned areas: Use the crevice nozzle for tight corners and radiators etc. Lamps, pictures and bookshelves: Use the dusting brush.
Changing/cleaning the ï¬lters Never use the cleaner without the ï¬lters in place. The ï¬lters should be changed/cleaned approximately every ï¬fth dustbag. To maintain Motor Protection ï¬lter 7 Open the cleaner cover. 11 Remove the ï¬lter unit, rinse the ï¬lter under warm tap water only and dry the ï¬lter completely (11, 14, 15). The original ï¬ltering performance is now restored. Replace the unit back into the cleaner and close cover ensuring it is securely in place and the cover is properly closed. (11, 7) Latest every second year replace the old ï¬lter with a new one.