• Turn offVac before unplugging.
• Toreduce t heriskofinjury from
accidental starting, unplug p ower cord
before c hanging orcleaning filter.
• Donotunplug b ypulling o ncord.
Tounplug, grasp t heplug, n otthecord.
• Donotuse withdamaged cord, p lug or
other p arts. I fyour V ac isnotworking
asitshould, hasmissing p arts, has
been dropped, damaged, leftoutdoors,
ordropped i nto water, callcustomer
Donotpull o rcarry bycord, u secord
ashandle, close a door o ncord, o rpull
cord around s harp edges orcorners.
DonotrunVac over c ord. K eep cord
away from heated s urfaces.
Donothandle p lug, s witch, ortheVac
Donotputanyobject into ventilation
openings. Donotvacuum withany
ventilation openings blocked; keep free
ofdust, l int,hair o ranything thatmay
reduce a irflow.
• Keep hair, l oose clothing, fingers, and
allparts ofbody away from openings
andmoving p arts.
• Toreduce t heriskoffalls, u seextra
care when cleaning o nstairs.
• Toreduce t heriskofback injury or
falls, d onotlifta Vac thatis heavy w ith
liquid ordebris. Partially empty b y
scooping debris o rdraining l iquid.
• Toreduce t heriskofpersonal injury or
damage toVac, u seonly Craftsman
• When using asablower:
- Direct airdischarge only atwork area.
- Donotdirect a iratbystanders.
- Keep children away w hen blowing.
- Donotuseblower foranyjobexcept
blowing d irtand debris.
- Donotuseasa sprayer.
- Wear s afety e yewear.
• Toreduce therisk ofeyeinjury, wear
safety e yewear. The operation ofany
utility V ac orblower canresult inforeign
objects being b lown i nto the eyes, which
can result insevere eye damage.
This Vac isdouble-insulated,
the need foraseparate grounding
system. Use only identical replacement
parts. Read t heinstructions
Use only extension
cords t hat a rerated
foroutdoor use. Extension
cords i npoor
condition ortoo small inwire size can
pose fire and shock h azards. Toreduce
therisk ofthese hazards, besure the
cord isingood c ondition and that l iquid
does n ot c ontact the connection. Donot
use anextension cord with conductors
smaller than 16gauge ( AWG)in size.
Toreduce power loss, usea 14gauge
extension cordif25to50ft.long and
12gauge f or50ft.orlonger.
• To reduce the risk of hearing damage,
wear ear protectors when using for
extended time or in a noisy area.
• For dusty operations, wear dust mask.
• Static shocks are common when the
relative humidity of the air is low.
Vacuuming fine debris with your Vac
can deposit static charge on the hose
or Vac. To reduce the frequency of stat-
ic shocks in your home or when using
this Vac, add moisture to the air with a
Observe the following warnings that
appear on the motor housing of your Vac:
IDENTICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS.
Ak WARNING: For your own safety,
read and understand owner's
manual. Do not run unattended.
Do not pick up hot ashes, coals, toxic,
flammable or other hazardous
materials. Do not use around
explosive liquids or vapors.
To reduce the risk of
electric shock - do not expose to rain -
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