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en - Contents
Warning and Safety instructions........................................................................  31
Guide to the appliance ........................................................................................  38
Caring for the environment ................................................................................  40
Notes on Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 665/2013 and 666/2013 ..................  41
Illustrations ..........................................................................................................  41
Preparing for use .................................................................................................  42
Use........................................................................................................................  44
Setting down, transportation and storage ........................................................  47
Maintenance ........................................................................................................  47
Purchasing new dustbags and filters .................................................................... 48
Ordering the correct dustbags and filters ............................................................. 48
When to change the dustbag ............................................................................... 48
How the dustbag change indicator works ............................................................ 49
How to replace the dustbag ................................................................................. 49
How to change the dust compartment filter ........................................................ 49
When to replace the exhaust filter......................................................................... 50
How to replace the AirClean filter ......................................................................... 50
filters ..................................................................................................................... 50
Replacing one type of exhaust filter with another ................................................ 50
When changing the filter please note: ................................................................... 51
Maintenance indicator with reset button .............................................................. 51
When to change the battery in the radio-control handle....................................... 51
How to change the battery in the radio-control handle ........................................ 51
When to change the thread lifters ......................................................................... 52
How to replace the thread lifters .......................................................................... 52
Cleaning the roller on the AllTeQ floorhead .......................................................... 52
Cleaning and care ...............................................................................................  52
Problem solving guide ........................................................................................  53
After sales service...............................................................................................  54
Guarantee.............................................................................................................  54
Optional accessories ..........................................................................................  54
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   Summary of Contents for Miele 10354220

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    en - Contents Warning and Safety instructions................  31 Guide to the appliance .................. 38 Caring for the environment ................ 40 Notes on Delegated Regulation (EU) No. 665/2013 and 666/2013 .... 41 Illustrations ...................... 41 Preparing for use .................... 42 Use........................ 44 Setting down, transportation and storage ............

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    en - Contents Electrical connection for the UK................  56 Electrical connection AU, NZ ................ 56...

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    en - Warning and Safety instructions This vacuum cleaner complies with current safety re- quirements. Inappropriate use can, however, lead to per- sonal injury and damage to property. To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the vacuum cleaner, please read these instructions carefully before using it for the first time.

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    en - Warning and Safety instructions  This vacuum cleaner can only be used by people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience or knowledge, if they are supervised whilst us- ing it or have been shown how to use it in a safe way and understand and recognise the consequences of incorrect operation.

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     While the vacuum cleaner is under guarantee, repairs should only be undertaken by a Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise the guarantee will be invalidated.  Do not pull or carry the vacuum cleaner by the cable, and be careful not to damage the cable when withdrawing the plug from the socket.

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    Do not use the vacuum cleaner if the cable is damaged. If the cable is damaged it must be replaced together with a complete cable rewind. For safety reasons this work must be done by the Miele Service Department or a Miele au- thorised service technician. ...

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    en - Warning and Safety instructions  Do not vacuum up anything which has been burning or is still glowing e.g. cigarettes, ashes or coal, whether glow- ing or apparently extinguished.  Do not use the vacuum cleaner to vacuum up any water, liquid or damp dirt.

  • Page 8: Warning And Safety Instructions

    - Warning and Safety instructions Accessories  To avoid the risk of injury when vacuuming with a Miele Turbobrush, do not touch the rotating roller brush.  It is not advisable to vacuum directly with the handle, i.e. without an accessory attached as the rim could get dam- aged and you could hurt yourself on sharp edges.

  • Page 10: Guide To The Appliance

    en - Guide to the appliance Boost 0,29"...

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    Castor wheels * j Exhaust filter * k Park system for storage (on both sides of the vacuum cleaner) l Dust compartment filter (for motor protection) m Original Miele dustbag n Carrying handle o Floorhead * p Release buttons *...

  • Page 12: Caring For The Environment

    en - Caring for the environment Disposal of packing material Disposing of your old appli- ance The packaging is designed to protect against transportation damage. The Before disposing of your old appliance packaging materials used are selected remove the dustbag and filters and dis- from materials which are environment- pose of them with your household ally friendly for disposal and should be...

  • Page 13: Illustrations

    (see "Pre- to download on the Miele website at paring for use"). www.miele.co.uk. b) For energy consumption and clean-...

  • Page 14: Preparing For Use

    – Comfort telescopic tube Miele offer a range of other floorheads, One part of the telescopic tube is brushes and accessories for other types packed inside the other, and it can be...

  • Page 15: Using The Accessories Supplied

     Press the exhaust filter change indic- Please observe the flooring manu- ator (dia. 12). facturer's cleaning and care instruc- tions. After approx. 10 - 15 seconds a thin red line will appear in the left hand side of Vacuum carpets and rugs with the the display (dia.

  • Page 16: Use

    Rewinding the cable (dia. 19) – AllergoTeQ floorhead  Switch off at the wall socket and These are supplied with their own oper- withdraw the plug. ating instructions.  Step on the cable rewind footswitch. To open the accessories compart- ment (dia.

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     Press the - footswitch before the 20 When using the adjustable floorhead, seconds have elapsed. if the suction seems too high, reduce the suction until the floorhead is This switches the Boost function off easier to manoeuvre. and activates maximum power. ...

  • Page 18

    Radio-control handle with Boost It is easy to reduce the suction power function for a short time, e.g. to prevent rugs or other objects being sucked into the va- Some models also feature a Boost cuum cleaner. power function. This function uses in- creased power for a short period for va- ...

  • Page 19: Setting Down, Transportation And Storage

    Switch off at the wall socket and un- plug it. If your vacuum cleaner is on a slop- ing surface, e.g. a ramp, retract the The Miele filtration system consists of telescopic tube fully. three components: – Dustbag...

  • Page 20: Purchasing New Dustbags And Filters

    Only use original Miele G/N dustbags  Attach the standard adjustable floor- with a blue collar and original Miele fil- head to the vacuum cleaner. ters. These are identified by the "Ori- ginal Miele" logo on the packaging or ...

  • Page 21: How The Dustbag Change Indicator Works

    You should still change it. new packet of dustbags. A dust com- Both these extremes can occur. partment filter is supplied with every packet of Miele dustbags. How to replace the dustbag (dia. 32 + 33) How to change the dust compart- ...

  • Page 22: When To Replace The Exhaust Filter

    Replacing the Active AirClean 50, Replace this filter every time you start a AirClean Plus 50 and HEPA AirClean new packet of Miele dustbags. An 50 exhaust filters (dia. 37 + 38) AirClean exhaust filter is supplied with Do not use more than one exhaust fil- every packet of Miele dustbags.

  • Page 23: When Changing The Filter Please Note

    b Active AirClean 50 (black) The indicator can only be reset by pressing the reset button after the c AirClean Plus 50 (light blue) light has come on. Pressing the but- d HEPA AirClean 50 (white) ton at any other time will have no ef- fect.

  • Page 24: When To Change The Thread Lifters

     Remove any threads and hair, replace the roller and refit the bearing, locking it back into position. Replacement parts are available from your Miele Dealer or from Miele (see end of booklet for contact details). Cleaning and care ...

  • Page 25: Problem Solving Guide

    Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy The vacuum cleaner A temperature limiter switches the vacuum cleaner off switches off automatic- automatically if it gets too hot. This can occur if, for ally. instance, large articles block the suction tube or when On certain models, the the dustbag is full or contains particles of fine dust.

  • Page 26: After Sales Service

    In the event of a fault that you cannot AllergoTeQ floorhead easily remedy, please contact your (SBDH 285-3) Miele Dealer or Miele (see end of book- This floorhead is suitable for daily hy- let for contact details). gienic cleaning of all floor surfaces. The...

  • Page 27

    This brush is extra wide making it suit- Crevice nozzle, 560 mm (SFD 20) able for large areas of flooring and has Flexible crevice nozzle for vacuuming a swivel joint enabling it to get into awk- hard to reach places. ward corners.

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    Electrical connection for Electrical connection AU, the UK All electrical work should be carried out All work should be carried out by a suit- by a suitably qualified and competent ably qualified and competent person in person in strict accordance with current strict accordance with national and national and local safety regulations (BS local safety regulations.

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