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Installation; Cleaning And Maintenance - Black & Decker cv1205 User Manual

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4. Filter cleaning wheel
5. Charging indicator
6. Brush head
Fig. A
7. Crevice tool
8. Brush tool

Installation

Fitting the charging base to the wall
(fig. B)
The charging base can be placed on a
worktop or fitted to the wall to provide a
convenient storage and charging point for
the appliance.
Assembly
Fitting the brush head (fig. C)
The brush head (6) allows for vacuuming
on cut pile carpeting. The brush is
particularly useful for picking up hair,
threads, etc.
Insert the brush into the front of the
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appliance.
Insert the jack plug (9) into the
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connector (10) as shown.
Fitting the accessories (fig. A & D)
These models are supplied with the
following accessories:
– a crevice tool (7) for confined spaces
– a brush tool (8) for furniture and stairs
To fit an accessory, proceed as follows:
Take the accessories from the
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appliance.
Insert the appropriate accessory into
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the front of the appliance.
Use
Before first use, the battery must be
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charged for at least 16 hours.
Place the appliance on the charging
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base whenever it is not in use.
Charging the battery (fig. B)
Make sure that the appliance is
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switched off. The battery will not be
charged with the on/off switch in the
on position.
Place the appliance on the charging
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base as shown.
Plug in the charger. Switch on at the
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mains.
The charging indicator (5) will be lit.
Leave the appliance to charge for at
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least 16 hours.
Whilst charging, the charger may become
warm. This is normal and does not
indicate a problem. The appliance can be
left connected to the charger indefinitely.
The charging indicator will be lit as long
as the appliance is connected to the
plugged-in charger.
Warning! Do not charge the battery at
ambient temperatures below 4 °C or
above 40 °C.
Switching on and off (fig. E)
To switch the appliance on, slide the
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on/off switch (1) forward.
To switch the appliance off, slide the
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on/off switch back.
Optimising the suction force (fig. F)
In order to keep the suction force
optimised, the filter must be cleared
regularly during use.
Rotate the wheel (4) a few turns to
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shake out dust clogging the filter
(11).

Cleaning and maintenance

Warning! Regularly clean the filters.
Clearing the brush head
Remove any hair or threads collected
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onto the brush . Use a pair of
scissors if necessary.
Cleaning the dust bowl and filters
(fig. G & H)
The filters are re-usable and should be
cleaned regularly.
Press the release button (2) and
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remove the dust bowl (3).
Empty the dust bowl.
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Remove the filters (11 & 12) by
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twisting them clockwise.
Brush any loose dust off the filters.
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