24 Open the front cover and lift out the insert holding the s-bagÂ®. 28 Pull the filter(s) holder upwards until coming away from the groove. Carefully pull the old, dirty filter(s) out of the filter holder and replace with a new filter(s). 29 Reattach the filter holder containing the new filter(s). 27 Replace the insert holding the s-bagÂ® and then close the cover. B Model with exhaust filter Follow steps 24, 28 and replace old motor-filter with a new one. Then follow steps 29, 27. Replacement of the exhaust filter* There are three types*** of exhaust filter: â¢ â¢ Microfilter* (Ref. No. EF 17) Hepa H12* non washable (Ref. No. EF H12) â¢ Hepa H12*/*** washable (Ref. No. EF H12W) The filters must always be replaced with new ones and cannot be washed (if not mentioned). 30 Place your thumbs on the back edge of the lid and then open the lid by pulling the handle backwards and upwards with your index/middle finger. 31 Lift out the filter. Insert a new filter and replace the lid as shown.
balls, hair or other objects that may be entangled. Replace the wheel by pressing them onto the axles. 37* Larger objects can be accessed by removing the connection hose from the nozzle (press the small catches located on each side and simultaneously draw the connection tube outwards in an upright position). 38* Remove the object(s) and replace the connection hose. Cleaning the turbo nozzle* 40 Disconnect the nozzle from the vacuum cleaner tube and remove entangled threads, etc. by snipping them away with scissors. Use the hose handle to clean the nozzle.
The vacuum cleaner does not start â¢ Check that the cable is connected to the mains. â¢ Check that the plug and cable are not damaged. â¢ Check for a blown fuse. The vacuum cleaner stops â¢ Check whether the dust bag, s-bagÂ® is full. If so, replace it with a new one. â¢ Is the nozzle, tube or hose blocked? â¢ Are the filters blocked? Water has entered the vacuum cleaner It will be necessary to replace the motor at an authorised Electrolux service centre. Damage to the motor caused by the penetration of water is not covered by the warranty.
Cleaning the hose and nozzle
The vacuum cleaner stops automatically if the nozzle, tube, hose or filters and s-bagÂ® becomes blocked. In such cases, disconnect from mains and allow to cool for 20-30 minutes. Clear blockage and/or replace filters and s-bagÂ® and restart. Tubes and hoses 34 Use a cleaning strip or similar to clear the tubes and hose. 3* Hose handle could be dismantled from hose if cleaning is needed. 35 It may also be possible to remove the obstruction in the hose by squeezing it. However, be careful in case the obstruction is caused by glass or needles caught inside the hose.
Electrolux decline all responsibility for all damages arising from any improper use of the appliance or in cases of tampering with the appliance. This product is designed with the environment in mind. All plastic parts are marked for recycling purposes. For details see our web site: www.electrolux.com If you have any comments on the cleaner or the Instructions for Use booklet please e-mail us at: [email protected]
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Note: The warranty does not cover any damage to the hose caused by cleaning it.
Cleaning the floor nozzle 39 To avoid deterioration of suction power, frequently clean the carpet/ hard floor nozzle. The easiest way to clean it is by using the hose handle. 36* Press each wheel-hub and draw away the wheels. Use the crevice nozzle to clean the wheel axles. Remove dust-