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Maintenance; Emptying The Collection Tank; Installing & Cleaning The Supplied Cartridge Filter - Craftsman 125.12007 Operator's Manual

16 gallon wet/dry vacuum
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Maintenance
Emptying
the Collection
Tank
1. Verify that the power cord is
disconnected from the outlet. (Fig. 1)
2. Disconnect the hose from the vacuum.
(Fig. 2)
3. Undo the latches and remove the power
head from the collection tank. (Fig. 3)
Place power head on a soft, clean
surface upside down.
4. Clear all dirt or debris from the collection
tank and hose into a proper waste
container. (Fig. 4)
5. Clean or replace the filters.
6. Check the hose, attachments, and
power cord to verify that they have not
been damaged.
7. Place power head on collection tank and
secure latches.
NOTICE! The filter included is made of
high quality material designed to stop small
dust particles. The filter should be used for
dry pick-up only. A dry filter is necessary
to pick up dust. If the dust filter is wet, it
will clog quickly and be very difficult to
clean. Handle the filter carefully when
removing it for cleaning and replacing it.
Check the filters for tears or small holes; a
small hole can let dust pass through and
out of the cleaner. Do not use a filter with
holes or tears; replace it immediately.
Installing
& Cleaning
the Supplied
Cartridge
Filter
installingCartridge Filter
1. Verify that the power cord is
disconnected from the outlet. (Fig. 1)
2. Undo the latches and remove the
power head from the collection tank.
3. Place power head on a clean surface in
upside down position.
4. Slide the cartridge filter over the filter
cage. (Fig. 2) Carefully push filter down
until it is fully seated on the power head.
(Fig. 3)
5. To secure filter; put on retainer nut and
turn clockwise to tighten until snug. Do
not over tighten. (Fig. 4)
Removing and Cleaning Cartridge Filter
1. Position power head in the upside down
position. If the retainer nut was used to
secure the filter, remove retainer nut by
turning counter clockwise.
2. Carefully lift filter up from filter cage.
(Fig. 5)
NOTE: For best cartridge filter cleaning
results, cleaning should be conducted
outdoors and not indoors.
3. To clean a dry cartridge filter after it has
been removed, gently tap it against the
inside wall of the container or brush the
dirt off. Debris will begin to break up,
loosen and fall.
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