Always follow all safety precautions
and servicing the vacuum
Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury Hazard
supply before servicing or
the unit. Failure to do so could result in
shock or personal
injury from cleaner
If the cleaner
does not seem to have adequate
suction, first check for a full bag or filter which is
See instructions on Bag Changing
11 and Filter Changing
on pages 12 and 13.
If the bag and filter areas are free of clogs, check
the hose area. Remove the lower end of the stretch
hose from the cleaner
by grasping the hose collar,
Plug in the
turn it on.
open and shut
then allow the
hose to return
to its storage
Turn the unit
area and the
base area into
port cover firmly to insure seal.
Re-insert the hose into the opening on the lower
body from which it was removed.
Press firmly to
NOTE: Brushassembly will not turn if the hose is not
Personal Injury Hazard
DO NOT place hands or feet underneath the unit
when insertingthe hose. The brush assembly begins
to revolve rapidly when the vacuum is turned on
and is switched to a carpet height setting.
if the bag and filter areas and the hose areas are
free of clogs, check the nozzle area. To check this
area, see the section on Belt Changing
on pages 14-16.
Return the cleaner to the upright position before
into the electrical
For best cleaning
keep the airflow passage
open. Check each starred
Unplug from outlet before