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Technical Specifications; Station For Cleaning Robot En; Cleaning Robot; Disposing Of Old Device And Battery Pack - Kärcher RC 4.000 Instruction Manual

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Finish all maintenance work on the
cleaning robot with the following steps:
 Installing the dirt receptacle cover:
Illustration
Put the cover onto the dirt receptacle.
Illustration
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Close both locking levers.
In addition, press on the front side of
the cover to ensure the dirt receptacle
is closed safely.
Exchanging the batteries
Illustration
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 Release the two screws on the two bat-
teries, and remove the old batteries.
 Insert the new batteries, and fasten
them with the screws.
Spare battery pack (1 ea.):
Order number: 4.810-012.0

Technical specifications

Station for cleaning robot
Operating voltage
1~50 Hz
Cleaning power
Sound level (quiet mode)
Filter bag volume
Dimensions
Weight

Cleaning robot

Battery voltage
Battery capacity
Battery type
Battery charge time
Cleaning duration per bat-
tery charge up to
Dirt receptacle volume
Dimensions
Weight
220 - 240 V
600 W
60 (54) dB(A)
2 l
500 x 250 x
230 mm
5.8 kg
12 V
1.7 Ah
NiMH
10 - 20 min
60 min
0.2 l
ø 280 x 105
mm
2.0 kg
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EN
Disposing of old device and
battery pack
The cleaning robot includes two built-in bat-
tery packs; please remove these before
disposing of the old appliance.
 Please arrange for the proper disposal
of the old appliance.
Remove battery pack and dispose
 Remove both battery packs of the
cleaning robot; see Chapter "Replace
batteries".
 Dispose of the batteries properly (at a
collection site or the dealer).
Danger!
Do not open the battery, as there is a risk
of an electrical short; also, irritating or
caustic vapors can escape.
Do not expose the battery to direct sun-
light, heat or fire, there is a risk of explo-
sion.
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