VACUUM MAINTENANCE AND CARE
Always follow all safety precautions when performing maintenance to the vacuum cleaner.
Electrical Shock and Personal Injury Hazard
Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the vacuum cleaner. Failure to
do so could result in electrical shock or personal injury from vacuum cleaner suddenly
CLEANING EXTERIOR AND ATTACHMENTS
1. Turn off and unplug vacuum cleaner. DO
NOT drip water on vacuum cleaner.
2. To clean exterior, or to reduce static
electricity and dust build-up, wipe outer
surface with a clean, soft cloth that has
been dipped in a solution of mild liquid
detergent and water, then wrung dry.
Wipe dry after cleaning.
Wash attachments in warm
soapy water, rinse and air dry. Do not
clean in dishwasher.
Electrical Shock and Personal Injury
Wrapping the cord too tightly puts stress
on the cord and can cause cord damage.
A damaged cord is an electrical shock
hazard and could cause personal injury
VACUUM CLEANER STORAGE
Do not use attachments if they are wet.
Attachments used in dirty areas, such as
under a refrigerator, should not be used
on other surfaces until they are washed.
They could leave marks.
1. Replace flexible hose and attachments
in storage position if necessary (see
page 7 & 8).
2. Gather the cord and wrap it loosely
around the upper and lower cord hooks.
Lock plug retainer onto the power cord.
3. Store the vacuum cleaner in a dry,
indoor area, on the floor with the handle
locked in the upright position.
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