Be sure to read, understand
and apply all the information in the
section at the beginning of this operator's
Do not vacuum in areas with flammable
gases, vapors, or explosive
dusts in the
gases or vapors include but are not limited to: lighter fluid,
solvent type cleaners, oil-base paints, gasoline, alcohol or aerosol sprays.
Explosive dusts include but are not limited to: coal, magnesium,
grain or gun
To reduce the risk of health hazards from vapors or dust, do not
vacuum toxic materials.
1. Verify that the power cord is
from the outlet. (Fig. 1)
2. For dry vacuuming, the cartridge filter
must be installed correctly. To verify,
please refer to installing Cartridge Filter
on page 10.
3. Place the power head back on the
collection tank, and secure it in place
using the latches. (Fig. 2)
4. insert the locking end of the hose into
the vacuum port and lock in place.
5. Choose the desired accessory and
insert onto the end of the hose. (Fig. 4)
6. Plug the power cord into the outlet.
7. Turn the motor on by pressing the
power switch to the '1' (ON) position
and begin vacuuming. (Fig. 6)
8. Once you have completed vacuuming,
press the power switch to the '0' (OFF)
position and unplug the power cord
from the outlet.
O = OFF
I = ON
DO NOT USE THE CARTRIDGE
FOR LiQUiD VACUUMING.
Do not vacuum drywall dust,
fireplace soot or ash with standard
Wet/Dry filter. This is very fine dust
which will not be captured
by the filter
and may cause damage to motor. To
purchase the fine dust filter, call
or visit a Sears store.