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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Index Typical installations Components of system Seven Step Installation Step #1: Choose your system Step #2: Plan number of inlets Step #3: Plan placement of inlets Step #4: Plan tubing installation Step #5: Install inlet valves Existing home New construction Step #6: Install tubing Step #7: Install power unit Safety warnings...
  • Page 3 Typical Central Vacuum System Installations Single story on slab/crawlspace Ranch-style bungalow MAIN FLOOR GARAGE MAIN FLOOR GARAGE CRAWLSPACE BASEMENT 4-level split Large 4-level split UPPER LEVEL MAIN FLOOR UPPER LEVEL MAIN FLOOR GARAGE LOWER LEVEL GARAGE LOWER LEVEL CRAWLSPACE CRAWLSPACE BASEMENT BASEMENT Two-story...
  • Page 4: Seven Step Installation

    Seven Step Installation Installation Step 1: Choose your system. Congratulations on the purchase of your new central vacuum system. It will make cleaning your You’ve already completed step number’ve home easier and improve indoor air quality. The purchased your powerful new system. Next, inventory system typically can be installed in virtually any home the component parts that arrived with your central with no costly alterations and very little mess.
  • Page 5: Existing Home

    Choosing the right spot for the Installation Step 2: Decide inlet valve. how many inlets you will need. Use a stud fi nder, or sound out the wall, to make sure To make sure your central vacuum system reaches the site for the inlet valve is between the studs and every room throughout the house, you must fi...
  • Page 6 Deciding where to mount the power unit. To be sure that dust and dirt are effectively removed from living areas in your home, mount the power unit in your attached garage. If you do not have an attached garage, the basement, utility room, storage room or mud room is the best alternative location.
  • Page 7 Installing an inlet valve. the hanger and insert the hooked end of the hanger into the 90 degree elbow to hold the bracket in place. Take a wall mounting bracket, cut or snap off the new Then, slide the inlet valve along the wire hanger into construction fl...
  • Page 8 Enlarge the hole in the exterior wall to accommodate Floor valve installation. the inlet valve assembly (valve and mounting bracket). To install a fl oor inlet valve, drill a pilot hole with a (As described above in “Installing an inlet valve.”) wire coat hanger and check the location as previously Inside the closet, drill a pilot hole through the fl...
  • Page 9: New Construction

    Remember: Apply glue only to the outside of the tubing. New construction inlet valve installation. Hint: When upstairs, remember to aim the elbow Select a site for the inlet valve and drill a pilot hole downward. Other ways to reach the upstairs in your through the fl...
  • Page 10 Drop bottom of tubing through 2-1/4" (5.7cm) hole and Push a length of tubing up into bottom of the elbow nail stud-mounting bracket assembly to stud. Make on the inlet valve assembly. Piece together sections sure the center of the inlet hole is at the correct height of tubing without glue at fi...
  • Page 11: Step #7: Install Power Unit

    Connect tubing from additional inlet valves to the main trunk line using 90 degree sweep tee elbow fi ttings. (Fig. 07) and use clamps to hold the sections in place. Be sure to install the sweep tee fi ttings so the sweep is toward the power unit (Fig.
  • Page 12 To attach the low-voltage wires, strip the wire and Check your installation to make sure crimp the strands into the two “slip-on” terminals it works properly. provided. Attach the terminals and plug the power All that’s left to do is check the quality of your unit into the dedicated electrical outlet.
  • Page 13 WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK COULD OCCUR IF USED ON WET SURFACES. GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This appliance is equipped with a cord that has an equipment-grounding conductor and grounding plug.
  • Page 14 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: DANGER: Always unplug power unit from the electrical outlet before servicing and cleaning. WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock or injury to persons: 1.