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Vacuum - Kenmore 116.33720 Owner's Manual

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Personal Injury Hazard
Use care If vacuum cleaner Is placed
on stairs. If it falls, personal injuryor
property damage could result.
Carpet edges
Guide either side or the front of the nozzle
along a baseboard. The full length brushes
help remove trapped dirt at carpet edges.
Stairs
Put handle in ful! upright position.
Use the
crevice tool or dusting brush. Set the On/Off
switch to ON.
MOTOR PROTECTION
SYSTEM
Thermal Protector
This vacuum has a thermal protector which
automatically
trips to protect the vacuum
from overheating.
If a clog prevents the
normal flow of air to the motor, the thermal
protector turns the motor off automatically
to
allow the motor to cool in order to prevent
possible damage to the vacuum.
To correct problem: If this occurs, turn the
vacuum off and unplug the power cord from
the outlet to allow the vacuum to cool and
the thermal protector to reset. Check for
and remove clogs, if necessary. Also check
and clean/replace any cloggedfilters. Wait
approximatelythirty (30) minutesand plug
the vacuum in and turn back on to see ifthe
motorprotector has reset. The motor
protectorwill not reset if the vacuum is not
tumed off even if the vacuum has cooled
down.
PERFORMANCE
INDICATOR
SOME
MODELS
When the unit is running
with normal
air
flow, the light on the performance
indicator
is off. The light comes
on whenever
the
airflow becomes
blocked.
If that occurs,
check the dust bin, clean/replace
clogged
filters, and check other possible
clog
locations
shown in CLOG
REMOVAL.
To correct problem: See the TROUBLE-
SHOOTING chart.
NOT,
Te f
light may
also come on
when using
attachments,
due to
reduced
airflow
through
the
attachment.
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