To reduce the risk of fire, explosion,
or damage to Vac:
• Do not leave Vac running while unattended
- you may fail to notice important signs indicating
abnormal operation such as loss of suction, debris/liquid
exiting exhaust, or abnormal motor
Immediately stop using Vac if you notice these signs.
• Do not leave Vac plugged-in when not in use.
• Do not continue running when float has cut off suction.
• Do not operate Vac in areas with flammable gases, vapors or explosive dust in the air.
Sparks inside the motor can ignite airborne flammables.
gases and vapors
lighter fluid, solvent-type cleaners, oil-based paints, gasoline,
alcohol, or aerosol sprays.
coal, magnesium, aluminum, grain, or
• Do not vacuum up explosive dusts, flammable
liquids, or hot ashes.
• Do not use Vac as a sprayer.
To reduce the risk of electric shock or injury:
• Do not expose to rain or allow liquid to enter motor compartment.
• Do not handle plug, switch, or Vac with wet hands.
• Do not service Vac while it is plugged-in.
If your Vac is not working as it should, has missing
parts, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, return it to a Sears
service center or call customer service.
• When using an extension cord, use only outdoor-rated
cords that are in good condition.
Do not allow the connection to come into contact with liquid.
• Do not vacuum toxic materials to reduce the risk of inhaling the vapors or dust.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this
Vac has a polarized plug (one blade is
wider than the other). This plug will fit in a
polarized outlet only one way. If the plug
does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the
plug. If it still does not fit, contact a
qualified electrician to install the proper
outlet. Do not change the plug in any
After you plug the power cord into the
outlet, turn the unit on by pushing the
switch from position "0" to position "1".
The symbols used on the switch actuator
are international "On & Off" symbols.