Personal Injury Hazard and Property
DO NOT place hands or feet under-
neath the unit at any time. When using
attachments, the agitator continues
rotating. Do not allow the cleaner to
remain in just one place for a period of
time as the agitator may damage the
floor surface. Avoid placingthe cleaner
on furniture, the fdnged area of rugs,
deep pile carpeting, or carpeted stairs.
The ideal positionfor the cleaner when
usingattachments is for the unit to be
on a level area with the handle in the
TO USE ATrACHMENTS
DO NOT tip vacuum cleaner forwards
sideways when using attachments.
will fit on the hose or the
In addition, the dusting brush or
brush will also fit on the crevice
The hose and wand can be pulled off the
short hose by grasping the cuff and twisting
while pulling up.
DO NOT pull the vacuum
around the room by the hose.
Property damage could result.
can be added to the hose
if the item to be cleaned is not far from the
creaner. The hose on some moders will
NOTE: When cleaner is turned on, the hose
on some models will have a tendency to
collapse due to suction of the cleaner.
if more reach is needed, the wand can be
attached to the hose and the attachments
can be added to the wand.
When using attachments, be careful
not to overextend the hose length
when reaching. Trying to reach
beyond the hose reach could cause
the cleaner to tip over.
An extra wand, without tabs, is included.
This extra wand can be added to the
wand with tabs for extra reach.
wand and twist a quarter of a turn to
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If the dusting brush/combination
being used and more distance
needed, the crevice tool can be added to
the wand, then the dusting
brush can be added
to the crevice tool.
Return the hose to its position on the
short hose and the attachments
Attachments used in dirty areas, such
as under a refrigerator, should not be
used on other surfaces untilthey are
washed. They could leave marks.