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Owner's Manual
Manual Del Propietario
Vacuum Cleaner
@
Aspiradora
Model, Modelo
116.38099
116.38109
116.39099
116.39109
116.31200A
CAUTION:
Read and follow all
safety and operating
instructions before first
use of this product.
CUIDADO:
Lea y sigue todas las
instrucciones de operaci6n
y seguridad antes del uso de
este producto,
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.sears.com
Part No, C_1ZAMM3_U_-437_793
Impreso en EUA
Printed in U,S.A.

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  • Page 1 Owner's Manual Manual Del Propietario Vacuum Cleaner Aspiradora 116.38099 Model, Modelo 116.38109 116.39099 116.39109 116.31200A CAUTION: Read and follow all safety and operating instructions before first use of this product. CUIDADO: Lea y sigue todas las instrucciones de operaci6n y seguridad antes del uso de este producto, Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
  • Page 2 Your vacuum's model and serial numbers are located on the Model and Serial Number Plate, Use the space below to record the model number and serial number of your new Kenmore vacuum. Model Noo Serial No, Date of Purchase Keep this book and your sales check (receipt) in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 3 WARNING Your safety is important to us. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons or damage when using your vacuum cleaner, follow basic safety pre- cautions including the following: Read this manual before assembling Do not use with any opening blocked; keep free of dust, lint, hair and anything using your vacuum cleaner.
  • Page 4 It is important t o knowyourvacuum cleanerpartsandfeaturesto assureitsproperandsafe use,Review thesebeforeusingyourcleaner. item Part No, Part No, In U.S. In Canada Dust Bag 20-50688 20-50680 Headlight Bulb 20-5240 20-40600 Belt 20-5275 20-40096 Hose Holder uick Release Cord Hook Power Cord Hand_ Lower Cord Brush Retainer/...
  • Page 5 Repair Parts LisL Use this list to verify that While holding the power cord out of the way, you have received all the components slide the handle into the opening at the top your new Kenmore vacuum_ of the vacuum. • wAR. .G ....Electrical Shock Hazard...
  • Page 6 ATTACHMENT CAUTiO-N ......ASSEMBLY After the handle has been assembled to the Do not overtighten, body and the power cord has been wrapped Overtightening could strip the screw around the cord hooks, the attachments holes. be assembled. Do not operate the cleaner without 1.
  • Page 7 HOW TO START • WARNING 1, Turn the quick release Release Personal Injury and Product Damage cord hook to Hazard either side and down to • DO NOT plug in if switch is in the ON position. Personal injury or dam- Hook release the age could result.
  • Page 8 Releasethe handleby placingyourfooton SOME MODELS the footstepfor handlereleaseandpull backon the handleuntilit releasesfromits Release the handle by pressing down on uprightposition. the handle release pedal with your foot and pulling back and down on the handle with your hand. Foot Rest For Handle Release Pedal...
  • Page 9 The attachments can be added to the hose If the dusting brush/combination brush is if the item to be cleaned is not far from the being used and more distance is needed, cleaner. The hose on some models will the crevice tool can be added to the wand, then the dusting brush/combination brush expand.
  • Page 10 Put handle in full upright position. Use the carry handle (see illustration) to move the Personal Injury Hazard vacuum cleaner back and forth across the Use care if vacuum cleaner stairs° placed on stairs. If it falls, personal injury or property damage could Carry Handle.
  • Page 11 UnplugcordfromwalloutleLDONOTdrip . cAuT,oNI wateron cleaner. Cleanexteriorusinga clean,softcloththat has beendippedin a solutionofmild liquid Do not use attachments if they are wet. Attachments used m detergent and water, then wrung dry. Wipe dirty areas, such as under a dry after cleaning. refrigerator, should not be used To reduce static electricity...
  • Page 12 TO REPLACE DUST BAG Dust Fold the safety Position the seal tab on the dust bag new dust bag Seal Tab cover so its away from the positioning opening that tabs fit into fits on the dust the body tube. positioning slots, Tabs...
  • Page 13 Carefully remove any residue that may exist in the belt area. WARNING • VARN NG ..Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before Personal Injury Hazard servicing or cleaning the unit. Always unplug the vacuum cleaner Failure to do so could result in elec- before cleaning the brush area as trical shock or personal...
  • Page 14 Remove the agitator to check for string and Insert the agitator by placing the rounded portion of the end cap down into the slot in hair build-upo the nozzle base. Note: In order to keep cleaning efficiency high and to prevent damage to your vacu- um, the agitator must be cleaned every time the belt is changed.
  • Page 15 TO REPLACE AGITATOR .I_ WARNING Remove the nozzle cover and agitator, See BELT CHANGING AND AGITATOR Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury CLEANING. Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before Replace agitator with a new one. servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure Reassemble the belt, agitator and nozzle to do so could result in electrical cover_ See BELT CHANGING...
  • Page 16 • CAUTION ......Do not use a bulb rated over 15 W ..r ....(130V). During extended use, heat Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury from the bulb could overheat sur- Hazard rounding plastic parts. Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the unit.
  • Page 17 WARfaiNn ..Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the unit, Tabs Failure to do so could result in elec- trical shock or personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting. Inlet For best cleaning results, keep the airflow passage clear.
  • Page 18 Review this chart to find do-it-yourself solutions for minor performance problems. Any service needed, other than those described in this owner's manual, should be performed by an autho- rized service representative. Cleaner won't run. Unplugged at wall cutter. 1. Plug in firmly, push ON/Off switch to ON,, Tripped circuit breaker/blown fuse 2.
  • Page 19 Cuidado de la aspiradora ....Perfavor lea esta guia que le ayudara a assemblar y operar su aspiradora nueva de Kenmore en una manera m_s segura y effectiva. Para mas informaci6n acerca del cuidado y operaci6nde esta aspirador, flame a su tienda Sears mas cercana,...
  • Page 20 ADVERTENCIA Su seguridad es muy importante para nosotros, Para reducir el riesgo de incendio, choque el_ctrico, lesi6n corporal o dafos al utilizar su aspiradora, actSe de acuerdo con precauctones b_sicas de seguridad, entre elias: Lea este manual antesde armar o utilizar su No coloque objetos en las aberturas.
  • Page 21 Es importante concerfas piezas y caracteristicas de su aspiradora para asegurar su uso adecuado y seguro, Examfnerasantes de usar su aspiradora, Objeto Pieza N°- Pieza No- en EUA en Canad_ Bolsa para polvo 20-50688 20-50680 Bombilla de farol 20-5240 20-40600 Correa 20-5275 20-40096...
  • Page 22 Partes para ReparaciSn. Use esla lista para veri- AI mantener la manguera de manera que no inter- fbar que ha recibido todas las componentes de su iera, mueva el mango a la abertura en la parte nueva aspiradora Kenmore,, superior de la aspiradora. ADVERTENOiA Peligrode choque el_ctrico...
  • Page 23 COLOCACl6N DE LOS ACCESORIOS cuiDADO ... Unavez que se haya colocado el mango ala unidad No apriete demaslado el tornillo, y el cordon etL, ctrico haya sido enrollado en los Si !o aprieta demasiado podria arruinar los sujetadores, se podr,_proceder a colocar las piezas, orificios para el tornillo.
  • Page 24 Sujetador de 1. Gire el Peligro de lesi6n personaly dafio al producto liberaci6n sujetador del • NO conecte la aspiradora si el interruptor cord6n de estd en la posici6n ONo Podria resultar en cord6n lado a lade y lesi6n personal o dafio. hacia abajo •...
  • Page 25 Suelte e lmango p erpisar e nelpedal deliberaci6n ALGUNOS MODELOS ylirarlo hacia atr,_s hasta quelibere desuposici6n vertical Suelle el mango per apretar hacia abajo con et pie en el pedal de liberaci6n y tirar del mango hacia atr_s y haCiaabajo con la mane.. Pedal de la liberaci6n del mango...
  • Page 26 Si utiiiza el cepi[lo para polvofcepiliopara Los accesorios se pueden conectar a la manguera si combinacibn y necesita m_,salcance, puede conec+ el objeto que se desea limpiar no est_ tejos de la tar la boquilta para huecos reducidos al tube y el ce- aspiradora.
  • Page 27 • ADVERTENCIA Coloque el mango en la posici6n vertical Use el mango para Ilevar (V@ase et diagrama) para mover ta aspiradora de un lado al otto en las escaleraso Peligro de lesi6n personal Actue con precauci6n si coloca la aspira- dora sobre escalones.
  • Page 28 Desconecte ercord6n e l_ctrico dolaclavija d ela . ou, oAoo ....pared° NO choree agua sobre la aspiradora, Limpie el exterior con un trapo suave y limpio, que ha sido exprimido despu_s de remojar en una solu- No use los accesorios si est_n mojados, ci6n de agua y detergente ltquido ligero.
  • Page 29 PARA CAMBIAR LA BOLSA PARA POLVO Coloque la DoNe la len- cubierta de la Bolsa para polvo gieta de segu- bolsa de polvo ridad de la nue- hasta que sus Leng_eta va botsa para seguridad lengL_etas polvo en direc- quepan en las ciSn contraria a ranuras del ta abertura que...
  • Page 30 Ceplle o quite cualquier residuoque est_ en al area de correas. ADVERTENClA Petigrode choque el_ctrico o lesi6n corpo- ADVERTENCiA .... Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla o Peligm de lesi6n personal darle servicio. De !o contrario podrta produ- Siempre desenchufe la aspiradora antes de cirse un choque et_ctrico o causar lest6n limpiar el _rea del cepillo, ya que _ste corporal si la asptradora arranca de manera...
  • Page 31 Con cuidado quite laagitador para vetsisehan Inserte el agitator por insertar ta parte redonda de la acumulado hilos ypelo. tapa en la ranura de la base de la boquilla, Nota: P ara mantener una altaeficiencia delimpieza yevitar elda5o a taaspiradora, bay.que limpiar el agitador cada vez que se cambia la correa,.
  • Page 32 PARA QUITAR EL AGITADOR ADVERTENCl/ ..Quite la cubierta de la boquilia y el agitadoroV_ase CAMBIO DE LA CORREA Y LiMPIEZA DEL AGITADOR, Peligro de choque el_ctrlco o test6n corpo- Reemplazca el agitador con un nuevo, Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla o Rearme Ia coffee, el agitadory la cubierta de la darle servicio, De io contrado podrta produ- boquilla,, V_ase CAMBIO DE LA CORREAY...
  • Page 33 ALGUNOS MODELOS CUIDADO • ADVERTENCIA No use una bombilla de m_s de !5 vatlos (130V). Cuando se use la aspiradora por un largo perlodo de tiempo, el calor de ia Peligro de choque eldctrico o lesi6n corpo- bombttla puede calentar las partes de plas- tico cerca.
  • Page 34 Peligrode cheque el_ctrico o lesi6n corpo- Desconecte ia unidad antes de timpiarlao darle servtcto. De 1ocontrario podria produ- Leng#etas cirse un cheque el_ctrico o causar lesi6n corporal si la aspiradora arranca de manera imprevista° aspiraci6n Para obtener los mejores resultados de limpieza, para mantenga timpios losconductos de paso del aire..
  • Page 35 Consulte este cuadro p ars encontrar soluciones que usted mismo p uede reafizar cuando t onga p roblemas menores derendimiento_ Cualquier servicio q uenecesite aparte d earras descritos eneste manuaJ tienen q ue serhechos perunrepresetante deservicio a utorizado,, ADVERTENCIA Peligro de choque eldctrico I ....
  • Page 36 _-_::;:!;'::':i_ ¸ ..Getit fixed, at your home orourst Your Home For repair - in your home - of all major brand appliances, ]•i!•i:?!?:i_ lawn and garden equipment, or heating and cooling systems, no matter made it, no matter sold For the replacement parts, accessories •...

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