Always follow all safety precautions when
cleaning and servicing the vacuum cleaner.
Elecldcal Shock Or Personal Injury
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure
to do so could result in electrical shock
or personal Injuryfrom cleaner sud-
If the cleaner does not seem to have ade-
quate suction, first check if the dust bin is
full or if a filter is clogged. See DUST BIN
and FILTER CHANGING.
If the dust bin 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, twisting,
and pulling straight out.
Plug in the
turn it on.
hose to max-
return to its
Turn the unit off and unplug the unit.
Visually inspect the hose and the base area
into which the hose is inserted.
Remove any visible clog.
Re-insert the hose into the opening on the
lower body from which it was removed.
Press firmly to assure connection.
If the dust bin and filter areas and the hose
areas are free of clogs, check the nozzle
area. To check this area, see the section on
AND AGITATOR CLEAN-
Personal Injury Hazard
DO NOT place hands or feet under-
neath the unit at any time. The agitator
will be revoMng rapidlywhen the vacu-
um is turned on and is in the carpet
Return the cleaner to the upright position
before plugging into an electrical outlet.