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Technical Information; Installation; Main Components; Safety Devices - Black & Decker BXVC15PE Manual

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ENGLISH
4 GENERAL INFORMATION (PAGE 3)
4.1
Use of the manual
This manual forms an integral part of the appliance and should be kept
for future reference. Please read it carefully before installing/using the
unit. If the appliance is sold, the seller must pass on this manual to the
new owner along with the appliance.
4.2
Delivery
The appliance is delivered partially assembled in a cardboard box.
The supply package is illustrated in fig.1.
4.2.1 Documentation supplied with the appliance
D1 Use and maintenance manual
D2 Safety instructions
D3 Declaration of conformity
D4 Warranty regulations
4.3
Disposing of packaging
The packaging materials are not environmental pollutants but must still
be recycled or disposed of in compliance with the relevant legislation
in the country of use.
5 TECHNICAL INFORMATION (PAGE 3)
5.1
Envisaged use
The appliance is intended for use as a multi-purpose vacuum
cleaner, in compliance with the descriptions and safety
precautions contained in these instructions.
This appliance is designed for household use only and must
not be utilised for industrial or commercial purposes.
The appliance conforms to the IEC 60335-1 and IEC 60335-2-2
standards.
5.2
Operator
The symbol shown in fig. 1 identifies the appliance's intended
operator (professional or non-professional)
5.3

Main components:

A1 Starter device
A2 Suction union
A3 Blower connection
A4 Handle
A5 Power cable stowing hook (where featured)
A6 Catches
A7 Power cable with plug
A8 Castor wheels
A9 Vacuum cleaner tank
A10 Cover with motor
A11 Accessories holder (where featured)
A12 Liquid drain plug (where featured)
C1 Power tool socket (where featured)
5.3.1 Accessories (where supplied - see fig.1).
B1
Filter holder
B2
Filter
B3
Hose
B4
Power tool adapter
B5
Pipe
B6
Floor nozzle
B6a
Dust insert
5.4

Safety devices

- Starter device (A1)
The starter device prevents accidental use of the appliance.
- Overload cutout: stops the appliance in case of overload.
12
(Original instructions)
B6b
Liquid insert
B7
Nozzle
B8
Nozzle
B9
Nozzle
B10
Fabric filter
6 INSTALLATION (PAGE 4)
Warning - danger!
All installation and assembly operations must be performed with the appliance
disconnected from the mains power supply.
The assembly sequence is illustrated on page 4.
6.1
Assembly
When unpacking, check for any missing accessories or damage to the
contents. If damage caused in transit is found, notify your dealer at
once.
Lift the cover with the motor (A10) off the appliance, releasing the
catches (A6) and take out the accessories supplied, checking that the
filters (B2 - B10) are fitted correctly.
See fig. 2
The assembly sequence is illustrated on page 4.
6.2
Fitting the castor wheels
Turn the vacuum cleaner tank (A9), with the cover off, upside down
on a firm horizontal surface. Fit the wheel hubs (A8) into the holes
provided and press fully down to secure the wheels in the correct
position.
See fig. 3
6.3
Fitting the accessories
Connect the hose (B3) to the intake (A2) or the blower outlet (A3)
depending on the type of operation required.
See fig. 4
(For models with this feature).
Then complete the sequence with the accessories required for the
type of cleaning job planned. Use the tubes (B5) and the nozzles
(B6-B7-B8-B9) depending on the type of cleaning and the surface
to be cleaned. The nozzles (B6-B7-B8-B9) can be fitted straight onto
the hose (B3).
See fig. 5
6.4
Electrical connection
Warning - danger!
Check that the electricity supply voltage and frequency (V/Hz)
correspond to those specified on the data plate See fig.6
6.4.1 Use of extension cables
Use cables and plugs with "IPX4" protection level.
The cross-section of the extension cable should be
proportionate to its length; the longer it is, the greater its
cross-section should be.
6.5
Power tool socket (where featured)
Connect the hose (B3) to the power tool's suction socket.
Operate the power tool using the additional socket (C1) (For models
with this feature)
See fig. 7
7 INFORMATION ON USE OF THE APPLIANCE (PAGE 5)
7.1
Controls
- Starter device (A1). See fig. 8.
Set the starter device switch on (ON/I).
If there is a pilot light on the starter device, it should light up.
Set the starter device switch on (OFF/0) to stop the appliance.
If there is a pilot light on the starter device, it should go out.
Warning - danger!
During operation the appliance must be positioned as shown on a firm,
stable surface. See fig. 8.

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