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Installation - Black & Decker DV1205TN Original Instructions Manual


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1. Dust collector
2. Release button
3. On/Off switch
4. Charging indicator
5. Filter cleaning button
6. Charging base
7. Powered brush head
Fig. A
8. Brush tool
9. Crevice tool
Identifying your product
The model design can be determined
from the suffix codes used in the
catalogue number. The following
catalogue numbers are described in this
The suffix code V corresponds to the
following designs:
05: All units, supplied with a small
crevice tool and a brush tool.
The suffix code X represented by the
letter T is used for models fitted with a
turbo brush
The suffix code Z represented by the
letter N is used for models fitted with a
NiMH battery.


Fitting the charging base to the wall
The charging base can be placed on a
work top or fitted to the wall to provide a
convenient storage and charging point for
the appliance.
When fixing to a wall, make sure that the
fixing method is suitable for the wall type
and is appropriate to the weight of the
Note: Please note, that the unit will not fit
onto the wall mounted charging base with
the powered head attached.
Fitting the powered brush head
The brush head (7) allows for vacuuming
on cut pile carpeting. The brush head is
particularly useful for picking up hair,
threads, etc.
Insert the brush head (7) into the
front of the appliance. Make sure that
the brush head is pushed fully in.
Fitting the accessories (fig. A & B)
These models are supplied with some or
all of the following accessories:
A crevice tool (9) for confined
A brush tool (8) for furniture and
To fit an accessory, proceed as follows:
Take the accessory from its storage
position on the appliance (fig. J).
Insert the appropriate accessory into the
front of the appliance.
Residual risks
Additional residual risks may arise when
using the tool which may not be included
in the enclosed safety warnings. These
risks can arise from misuse, prolonged
use etc.
Even with the application of the relevant
safety regulations and the
implementation of safety devices, certain
residual risks cannot be avoided. These
Injuries caused by touching any
rotating/moving parts.
Injuries caused when changing any
parts, blades or accessories.
Injuries caused by prolonged use of
a tool. When using any tool for
prolonged periods make sure you
take regular breaks.
Impairment of hearing.
Health hazards caused by breathing
dust developed when using your tool
(example:- working with wood,
especially oak, beech and MDF).


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