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Only With Hd; Frost Protection; Transport; Storage - Kärcher HD 6/15 M Manual

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3. Set the power switch to "I" and allow the device to
run for 5 to 10 seconds.
4. Close the high-pressure gun.
5. Turn the power switch to "0/OFF".
6. Pull the mains plug out of the socket only when your
hands are dry.
7. Disconnect the water inlet.
8. Open the high-pressure gun until the device is com-
pletely depressurised.
9. Lock the high-pressure gun by pushing the safety
latch of the high-pressure gun to the front.
Only with HD...M, HD...MX: Storing
the device
1. Fit the spray lance with high-pressure gun into the
spray lance holster and latch into position in the
spray lance holder.
2. Wind the mains cable onto the cable clips.
3. HD...M: Wind on the high-pressure hose, hang it
over the hose storage compartment and secure with
the rubber band. HD...MX: Wind the high-pressure
hose onto the hose reel and fold over the crank han-
dle.
4. Press the push handle lock and slide in the push
handle.

Frost protection

ATTENTION
Frost destroys the device if it is not completely
drained of water.
Store the device in a frost-free location.
If frost-free storage is not possible:
1. Drain the water.
2. Pump commonly available anti-freeze through the
device.
3. Allow the device for run for a maximum of 1 minute
until the pump and lines are empty.
Note
Use commonly available, Glycol-based vehicle anti-
freeze. Observe the handling instructions of the anti-
freeze manufacturer.

Transport

CAUTION
Risk of injury, risk of damage
Be aware of the weight of the device during transporta-
tion.
ATTENTION
Risk of damage
Protect the trigger of the high-pressure gun from dam-
age.
1. When transporting in vehicles, secure the device
against slipping and tipping over according to the
applicable guidelines.
2. Pull the device behind you via the push handle for
transporting over longer distances (not with HD...M
PU).
3. Pull the device step by step when ascending stairs.
The skids protect the casing from damage (not with
HD...M PU).
Only with HD...M, HD...MX: Transport retainer
for surface cleaner
1. Plug the connection nozzle of the surface cleaned
onto the transport bracket on the high-pressure
cleaner.
2. Screw on the union nut by approximately 1 turn.
CAUTION
Risk of injury, risk of damage.
Be aware of the weight of the device during storage.
1. Store the device indoors only.

Care and service

DANGER
Risk of injury due to inadvertently starting up de-
vice and also due to electric shock.
Switch off the device immediately and unplug the mains
plug before performing work.
Safety inspection/maintenance contract
You can agree on regular safety inspections or close a
maintenance contract with your dealer. Please seek ad-
vice on this.
Each time before use
1. Check the power cable for damage and have a dam-
aged cable replaced immediately by the authorised
Customer Service or a qualified electrician.
2. Check the high-pressure hose for damage and re-
place a damaged high-pressure hose immediately.
3. Check the device for leaks. 3 drops of water per min-
ute are permissible. Contact Customer Service in
the case of more serious leaks.
1. Clean the sieve in the water connection.
Clean the sieve in the water connection
1. Unscrew the union nut.
2. Pull out the hose union with sieve.
3. Externally clean and rinse the sieve.
Note: Align the hex-head of the hose union for con-
nection to the device.
4. Fit the hose union with sieve.
5. Tighten the union nut.
Every 500 operating hours, at least annually
1. Have the device maintained by Customer Service.
2. Changing oil.
Note
See the "Technical data" section for the oil volume and
type
1. Unscrew the 4 screws.
2. Remove the cover.
Figure D
3. Pivot the oil drain hose downwards over an oil catch
pan.
4. Pull the plug out of the oil drain hose.
5. Remove the cap.
6. Remove the foam from the oil tank.
7. Wait until the oil has drained completely.
Figure E
8. Insert the plug into the oil drain hose.
9. Pivot the oil drain hose upwards and latch in place.
10. Fill with the measured correct quantity of oil.
11. Insert the foam into the oil tank.
12. Fit the cap and press firmly in place.
Figure F

Troubleshooting guide

DANGER
Risk of injury due to inadvertently starting up de-
vice and also due to electric shock.
Switch off the device immediately and unplug the mains
plug before performing work.
English

Storage

Weekly
Changing oil
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