Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] · Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes. · Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline, or use in areas where they may be present. To prevent burns, avoid touching the belt pulley when servicing the drive belt.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The symbol 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. [. . . ] If there is any sign of damage to the supply cable it MUST be renewed. The repair MUST be carried out by an Electrolux Service Agent or a similar qualified person. Proprietary carpet conditioning and air freshening materials After using proprietary carpet conditioning powders, it is recommended that the filters be changed. Some of these preparations contain substances which if left in the vacuum cleaner for extended periods could damage the plastic mouldings which form the structure of the cleaner. Many air fresheners, household deodorants, sprays and polishes contain a highly flammable gas propellant. Because of this, it is particularly important that these products are used strictly in accordance with the relevant manufacturer's instructions. It is essential that none of the above products are sprayed directly into the vacuum cleaner or any of its filters, hose assembly, dustbag chamber or dust cup.
Thermal Cut Off
This vacuum cleaner has a special thermostat that protects the cleaner in case of motor overheating. If the cleaner switches off, push the switch to "Off" and unplug the cleaner. Check the cleaner for a possible source of overheating such as a full dust cup, a blocked hose or clogged filter. If these conditions are found, fix them and wait at least 30 minutes before attempting to use the cleaner. After the 30 minute period, plug the cleaner back in and turn on the switch. If the cleaner still does not run, please call Electrolux on 08445 614614. Calls to this number will be charged at 5p per minute at all times from a BT Landline.
Should you require service on your Electrolux cleaner, please telephone Electrolux Helpline on 08445 614614. Calls to this number will be charged at 5p per minute at all times from a BT Landline. Before requesting service, please check whether your problem is covered under Service Checklist (see below). Electrolux will arrange the uplift of the product for repair should no local service agent be available.
New filters can be obtained from Electrolux Retailers.
· If your cleaner will not operate, check the plug connection, plug fuse and mains fuse. · Never allow the dust cup to become so full that it impedes the air-flow, thus reducing the cleaning efficiency of the machine. The character of household dust and its effect on the air-flow through the machine may vary considerably. Fluffy dust allows air to pass through readily whereas fine powdery dust or proprietary cleaning powders, pack tightly in the dust cup, offering greater resistance to air-flow and will reduce cleaning efficiency if the cup becomes overloaded. · Always store your cleaner and spare dust filters in a dry place. This is essential to ensure continued high filtration of dust particles. · Sucking up such items as stockings, clippings of cloth, sizeable pieces of paper, wrappings from cigarette packets or sweets etc. , may block the hose. [. . . ] Electrolux, may introduce modifications to their product from time to time, and consequently the details given in this booklet are subject to alteration without notice.
HOW TO USE
Vacuum cleaner Crevice tool
CAUTION: Moving parts. The dust cup can be rinsed under running water and completely dried before replacing on cleaner. We do not recommend putting it in a dishwasher.
3 3 4 6 Place the crevice tool on the end of the hose. When cleaning is completed, store crevice tool back in the base of the cleaner and replace the hose in the hose adapter on the cleaner. [. . . ]