Electrical Connection; Starting The Appliance - Black & Decker Linea Pro PW2100 Instruction Manual

Black & decker pressure washer instruction manual
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ENGLISH
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GENERAL INFORMATION (FIG.1)
3.1
Use of the manual
This manual forms an integral part of the appliance and should be
kept for future reference. Please read it carefully before installing/
using the unit. if the appliance is sold, the Seller must pass on this
manual to the new owner along with the appliance.
3.2
Delivery
The appliance is delivered partially assembled in a cardboard box.
The supply package is illustrated in Fig.1.
3.2.1
Documentation supplied with the appliance
A1 use and maintenance manual
3.3
Disposing of packaging
The packaging materials are not environmental pollutants but must
still be recycled or disposed of in compliance with the relevant
legislation in the country of use.
3.4
Safety signs
Comply with the instructions provided by the safety signs fitted to
the appliance.
Check that they are present and legible; otherwise, fit replacements
in the original positions.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION (FIG.1)
4.1
Envisaged use
This appliance has been designed for individual use for the cleaning
of vehicles, machines, boats, masonry, etc, to remove stubborn dirt
using clean water and biodegradable chemical detergents.
Vehicle engines may be washed only if the dirty water is disposed of
as per regulations in force.
- intake water temperature: see data plate on the appliance.
- intake water pressure: below 10 bar.
- operating ambient temperature above 0°C.
4.2
Operator
The symbol on the front cover identifies the appliance's intended
operator (professional or non-professional).
4.3
Improper use
use by unskilled persons or those who have not read and under-
stood the instructions in the manual is forbidden.
The introduction of inflammable, explosive and toxic liquids into the
appliance is prohibited.
use of the appliance in a potentially inflammable or explosive
atmosphere is forbidden.
The use of non-original spare parts and any other spare parts not
specifically intended for the model in question is prohibited.
All modifications to the appliance are prohibited. Any modifications
made to the appliance shall render warranty.
4.4
Main components
B1 Adjustable spray nozzle
B2 Lance
B3 gun with safety catch
B4 Power supply cable with plug
B5 high pressure hose
B6 detergent tank
B7 quick Connector
4.4.1
Accessories
C1 Nozzle cleaning tool
C2 handle
C3 hose reel
4.5
Safety devices
Caution - Danger!
Do not tamper with or adjust the safety valve set-
ting.
- Safety valve and pressure limiting valve.
The safety valve is also a pressure limiting valve. When the gun
trigger is released, the valve opens and the water recirculates
through the pump inlet.
- Safety catch (D): prevents accidental spraying of water.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

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5.1
Assembly
Caution - Danger!
All installation and assembly operations must be
performed with the appliance disconnected from the mains
power supply.
The assembly sequence is illustrated in FIG.2.
5.2
Electrical connection
The electrical connection should be made by a qualified electrician
and should comply with regulations.
Caution - Danger!
Check that the electrical supply voltage and frequen-
cy (V-Hz) correspond to those specified on the appliance
data plate (FIG.2). The appliance should only be connected
to a mains power supply equipped with an adequate earth
connection and a differential security breaker (30 mA)
to cut off the electricity supply in the instance of a short
circuit.
5.2.1
Use of extension cables
use cables featuring "iPX5" protection level.
The cross-section of the extension cable should be pro-
portionate to its length; the longer it is, the greater its
cross-section should be.
Follow the instructions in Table i on page 5.
inadequate extension cables can be dangerous.
5.3
Water supply connection
Caution - Danger!
Only clean or filtered water should be used for intake.
The delivery of the water intake tap should be equal to that
of pump capacity.
Place the appliance as close to the water supply system as possible.
5.3.1
Connection points
l Water outlet (ouTLET)
n Water inlet with filter (iNLET)
5.3.2
Connection to the mains water supply
The appliance can be connected directly to the mains
drinking water supply only if the supply hose is fitted with
a backflow preventer valve as per current regulations in
force. make sure that the hose is at least Ø 13 mm and
that it is reinforced.
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STARTING THE APPLIANCE

6.1
Connecting to the mains water system / water supply
detergent flow is adjusted using the regulator (F).
6.1.1 Warning. Comply strictly with the technical regulations and
standards of the local water supply company.
Ensure that the water mains connection complies with the
data provided in the appliance's technical specifications.
6.1.2 Connect the water supply hose (not supplied) to the
appliance's intake connection (FIG.2.3).
6.1.3 Turn on the water supply.
6.1.4 Vent the air from the appliance. To vent the air from the
appliance, set the nozzle (B1 FIG.1) in low pressure mode
(fully forward) and press the trigger (first releasing the
safety catch FIG. 4 Ref. D if necessary) until the water which
flows out is free from air bubbles. When done, return the
nozzle to the high pressure setting.
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