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PERFORMANCE INDICATOR
(SOME MODELS)
When the unit is running with normal air flow, the lines
on the performance
indicator are white. Red lines
appear in the performance
indicator whenever
the
airflow becomes
blocked.
If that occurs, check the
disposable dust bag, motor safety filter and other
possible clog locations shown on page 17.
NOTE: Red lines may appear when using
attachments, due to reduced air flow through the
attachment.
To correct problem: See the Troubleshooting
chart on
page 20,
Performance
E E 'ACUUM
CLEANER CARE
Always follow all safety precautions
when cleaning
and servicing the vacuum
cleaner.
Electrical Shock And Personal Injury Hazard
Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or
cleaning the unit. Failure to do so could result in
electrical shock or personal injury from cleaner
suddenly starting.
3/ACUUM
STORAGE
Gather the cord and wrap it loosely around the
upper and lower cord hooks.
Store the cleaner in a
dry, indoor area, on
the floor with the
handle locked in the
upright position.
Electrical Shock And Personal Injury Hazard
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 or damage.
LEANING
EXTERIOR AND
ATTACHMENTS
Unplug cord from wall outlet. DO NOT drip water on
cleaner.
Clean exterior using a clean, soft cloth that has been
dipped
in a solution of mild liquid detergent
and
water, then wrung dry. Wipe dry after cleaning.
To reduce static electricity
and dust build-up, wipe
outer surface of cleaner and attachments.
Wash attachments
in warm soapy water, rinse and
air dry. Do not clean in dishwasher.
DO NOT USEATTACHMENTSIF THEYARE WET.
Attachments
used in dirty areas
(under a
refrigerator) should not be used on other surfaces
until they are washed. They could leave marks.
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