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Troubleshooting; Maintenance - Black & Decker HFVB315J Instruction Manual

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CLEANING THE DUST CONTAINER
(FIGURE J - K)
• Unwrap the hose (4) and handle (2) from
the main part of the appliance.
• Push and hold the release button on the
opposite side of the handle from the dust
container door (5).
• Rotate the handle toward the back of the
appliance as shown in figure J.
• Pull the dust container to the side, away
from the base of the appliance.
• Remove the pre-filter (18) and filter (19)
from the appliance by twisting the filter to
the right and pulling it from the appliance.
• Once filters are removed, wipe the removable
bowl (10) and pre-filter with a damp cloth, or
rinse with warm soapy water and allow to dry
as shown in figure K.
J
TO REPLACE THE DUST CONTAINER
• Slide the container back onto the base
and rotate the handle toward the front
of the appliance until an audible click is
heard. Ensure that the container is fully
fastened back onto the base.

TROUBLESHOOTING

If the product does not work, check the
following:
• The charger was correctly plugged in for
recharge.
• The charger cord is not damaged and is
correctly attached to the charging base.
• The charger is plugged into a working
electrical outlet.
• The appliance was switched to the "off"
position to charge. The battery will not be
charged with the switch in the "on" position.
• One of the filters may be clogged. Pull the door
latch and open the dust container door. Remove
the pre-filter and the pleated filter. Brush any
loose dust off the filters and wash them in warm,
soapy water. Make sure the filters are dry before
placing back in the vacuum.
For assistance with your product, visit our website
www.blackanddecker.com for the location
of the service center nearest you or call the
BLACK+DECKER help line at 1-800-544-6986.
K
10
18
BATTERY REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL
This product uses Lithium Ion rechargeable
and recyclable batteries. When the
batteries no longer hold a charge, they
should be removed from the Vac and
recycled. They must not be incinerated or
composted. The batteries can be taken for
disposal to a BLACK+DECKER, Company-
Owned or Authorized Service Center.
Some local retailers are also participating
in a national recycling program (see
"RBRC™ Seal"). Call your local retailer
for details. If you bring the batteries to a
BLACK+DECKER Company-Owned or
Authorized Service Center, the Center will
arrange to recycle old batteries. Or, contact
your local municipality for proper disposal
instructions in your city/town.
TO REMOVE THE BATTERY
PACK FOR DISPOSAL:
1.) Before attempting to disassemble the
product, turn it on and leave it on until
the motor completely stops, ensuring a
complete discharge of the battery.
2.) Remove the removable bowl (10) as
described in the "CLEANING THE DUST
CONTAINER" section.
3.) Invert the appliance to gain access to
the screws that attach the base.
4.) Remove the two screws (20) shown in
(figure L) and lift off the battery housing.
5.) Detach all lead connections from the
battery pack.
6.) Remove battery pack and place in
suitable packaging to prevent a short circuit
of the battery terminals.
7.) Recycle of batteries as per
recommended guidelines.
L

MAINTENANCE

Use only mild soap and damp cloth to clean
the vac. Never let any liquid get inside
the vac; never immerse the battery/motor
housing in liquid.
WARNING:
vacuum is completely dry before using it.
IMPORTANT: To assure product SAFETY
and RELIABILITY, repairs, maintenance
and adjustment (other than those listed
in this manual) should be performed by
6
20
Make sure the

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