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Owner's Manual
Manual Del Propietario
Vacuum Cleaner
Aspiradora
Model, Modelo
116.33912
116.33913
CAUTION:
Read and follow all
safety and operating
instructions
before first
use of this product.
CUIDADO:
Lea y sigua todas las
instrucciones de operaci6n
y seguridad antes del uso de
este producto.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates,
IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.sears.com
Irnpreso
en Mexico
Part No. CO1ZBZU1_UOO-8192540
Printed in Mexico

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  • Page 1 Owner's Manual Manual Del Propietario Vacuum Cleaner Aspiradora 116.33912 Model, Modelo 116.33913 CAUTION: Read and follow all safety and operating instructions before first use of this product. CUIDADO: Lea y sigua todas las instrucciones de operaci6n y seguridad antes del uso de este producto.
  • Page 2 Your vacuum's model and serial numbers are located on the Model and Serial Number Plate. Use the space below to record the model number and serial number of your new Kenmore vacuum. Model No. Serial No.
  • Page 3 Your safety is importantto us. Toreduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons or damagewhen using your vacuumcleaner, follow basic safety precautions including the following: Read this manual before assembling Do not put any objects into openings. using your vacuum cleaner. Do not use with any opening blocked;...
  • Page 4 It is important to know your vacuum Item Part No. Part No. cleaner's parts and features to In U.S. In Canada assure its proper and safe use. Exhaust Filter 20-86889 20-86889C Review these before using your cleaner. Primary Filter 20-82720 20-82720C Headlight Bulb 20-5248...
  • Page 5: Cord Assembly

    Make sure the quick release upper cord you have received all the components hook is in the upright position. Remove your new Kenmore vacuum. the wire tie from the power cord. Make sure the Remove tape from dust bin latch.
  • Page 6 EXTENSION HOSE ASSEMBLY Connect extension hose to the valve assembly by aligning "J" slot with raised tab on valve assembly. Push downward and rotate clockwise to lock in place. Place the crevice tool in the rectangular slot on back of wand holder. Extension _ Connect extension hose to telescopic...
  • Page 7 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Turn the quick This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only Quick Release release upper one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the Upper Cord cord hook to _. Hook outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, either side contact a qualified technician...
  • Page 8 HANDLE MOUNTED To start the vacuum cleaner, slide the r.V CAUTION ON/OFF/CARPET switch from the OFF Do not allow vacuum cleaner to position to the FLOOR or CARPET position. To stop the vacuum cleaner, slide the remain in one spot for any length of ON/OFF/CARPET switch to the OFF position.
  • Page 9 TELESCOPING WAND WITH SUCTION CONTROL SLIDE Handi-Mate Jr._ Remove the tele- FTelescopic Wand scoping Combination Extension wand from Brush age posi- Wand tion by twisting _-" Crevice Tool pulling its stor- Crevice out. Suction Wand _ Control Slide Wand Identify each of the attachments shown above. Upper Remove the upper end of the hose that is Wand...
  • Page 10 Handi-Mate Jr.® _.Crevice Tool For operation of Handi-Mate Jr.® Telescopic Wand Suction Control see separate owners m_ TO STORE ATTACHMENTS Remove combination brush from wand or Ra_ed hose. Snap into appropriate storage location. Handi-Mate Jr.® Storage Cover To achieve maximum reach with the attach- ments, add the crevice toot to the end of the Combination...
  • Page 11: Bonus Hose

    BONUS HOSE Insert the two tabs on the end of the bonus hose into the two "J" shaped slots on the unit hose and twist to connect. When using the extension hose or with the bonus hose attached, the Unit Hose Bonus Hose cleaner should be on a solid surface on the same level or below the level...
  • Page 12: Performance Indicator

    AGITATOR THERMAL PROTECTOR MOTOR PROTECTOR This vacuum has a motor protector This agitator has a thermal protector which pass valve which automatically opens to automatically trips to protect the agitator provide cooling air to the motor when a motor from overheating. If a clog prevents clog prevents the normal...
  • Page 13: Operation

    DIRT SENSOR The electronic dirt sensor is a feature which Electrical Shock And Personal Injury Hazard will detect particles as they pass through the vacuum cleaner. Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure The dirt sensor indicators and sensor to do so could result in electrical sensitivity switch are located on the front of...
  • Page 14: Vacuum Cleaner Care

    VACUUM 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 elec- trical shock or personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
  • Page 15 Always empty the dust bin when dirt TO EMPTY DUST level reaches the "MAXIMUM FILL" line. Hold dust bin over a trash container. Lift TO REMOVE DUST BIN dust bin lid directly off the dust cup. Dust Bin Electrical Shock And Personal Injury Hazard Always unplug power cord from elec- trical outlet before performing...
  • Page 16 Place dust bin into TO REPLACE DUST BIN vacuum cleaner Secure dust bin into Dust Bin place by closing the dust bin latch. Dust Bin Latch Dust Cup Replace dust bin lid assembly by placing back on dust cup as shown. Remove the dust bin'as outlined in the DUST BIN CLEANING...
  • Page 17: Exhaust Filter

    EXHAUST FILTER HEPA Electrical Shock Hazard The exhaust filter must be replaced when dirty. It should be replaced regularly Unplug power cord from electrical depending on use conditions. outlet. Do not operate the cleaner without the primary or exhaust filters. The filter CANNOT be washed as it will Be sure the filters are properly...
  • Page 18 ..................Always follow all safety precautions when Remove dust bin and check dust bin port cleaning and servicing the vacuum cleaner. and secondary screen for clogs. 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 AGITA- TOR CLEANING.
  • Page 19 To replace the light bulb care- fully insert Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury securely into Hazard slot. Replace Disconnect electrical supply before lens cover. servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so could result in elec- trical shock or personal injury from cleaner suddenly starting.
  • Page 20 Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so could result in electrical To clean agitator turn vacuum over, cut off shock or personal injury from clean- any carpet pile and lint entangled around er or agitator suddenly starting.
  • Page 21 TROUBLESHOOTING Review this table to find do-it-yourself solutions for minor performance problems. Any service needed, other than those described in this owner's manual, should be performed by a Sears service representative. WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the unit.
  • Page 23 Caracteristicas de rendimiento ..11-12 Por favor lea esta guiaque le ayudara a ensamblar y operar su aspiradora nueva de Kenmore en una manera m_s segura y efectiva. Para mas informaci6n acerca del cuidado y operaci6n de esta aspiradora, ]lamea su tienda Sears mas cer- can&...
  • Page 24 Suseguridad e s muy importante para nosotros. Para reducir el riesgo de incendio, choque el_ctrico, lesion corporal o da_os al utilizar su aspiradora, act_e de acuerdo con precauciones b_sicas de seguridad, entre elias: Lea este manual antes de armar o utilizar su El cepillo agitador puede arrancar nueva- aspiradora.
  • Page 25 Es importante concer las piezas y caracteris- Pieza NO Pieza N° Objeto tJcasde su aspiradora para asegurarsu use en EUA en Canad_ adecuado y seguro. Examinelas antes de usar su aspiradora. 20-86889 20-86889C Filtro de escape 20-82720 20-82720C Primary Filter 20-5248 20-5248C Bombilla de farol...
  • Page 26: Montaje Del Mango

    Quite el alambrecon el que est_ atadoel cord6n nueva aspiradora Kenmore. electrico. Quite cinta de la cubierta del filtro y picaporte de caj6n de polvo.
  • Page 27 ENSAMBLE DE LA MANGUERA Conecte rnanga de extensi6n a la asamblea de la v_lvula alineando "J" ranura con la eti- queta levantada en la asamblea de v_llvula. Empuje hacia abajo y gire a la derecha para cerrar en el lugar. Coloque ta herramienta para hendiduras telescbpico...
  • Page 28: Instrucciones De Operacion

    INSTRUCCIONES DE OPERACION La clavija solo puede introducirse de una manera en tSujetador el enchufe. Si la clavija no cabe bien en el enchufe, superior de Gire el sujetador inviertala. Si a0n no cabe, Ilame a un electricista del cord6n de para que instale un enchufe correcto.
  • Page 29 ..MANIJA MONTADA rf,. CUIDADO Para arrancar la aspiradora, deslice el interruptor OFF/PISO/ALFOMBRA desde la posici6n OFF a No deje permanecer la aspiradora en un la posici6n PISO o ALFOMBRA. Para parar la solo lugar durante ning_n tiempo cuando aspiradora, deslice el interruptor el agitador est_ rotando.
  • Page 30 TUBOTELESCOPICOCON CONTROL DEASPIRACION Handi-Mate Jr.@ Tubo Saque el tubo telesc6pico de su lugar de alma cena- Cepillo para uera miento. combinaci6n Telesc6plco Tubo .%o,.,e.,o hendiduras En la varita telesc6pico gira el anillo que cierra a la para derecha al DESTRANCA la posicibn. hendiduras Tube Deslizador...
  • Page 31: Para Guardar Los Accesorios

    Handi-Mate Jr.® Alinee lasleng0etas enla vara de extensi6n con las ranuras "J" en la manguera, Empuje la exten- ALGUNOS MODELOS /" si6n adentro de la manguera y dela vuelta hacia Para operacibn de Handi-Mate la derecha para fijafla. Jr.® ver manual separado _ para tapices para duefios.
  • Page 32 Inserte las dos lengOetas en el extremo de la BONUS HOSE manguera de extensidn en las dos ranuras Insert the two tabs on the end of the bonus formadas como la letraJ en la aspiradora y gire hose into the two "J" shaped slots on the para conectar.
  • Page 33: Indicador De Rendimiento

    PROTECTOR DE MOTOR AGITADOR PROTECTOR TERMAL Esta aepiradora tiene una v_lvula de Esta agitadortiene un protectortermalque se ajusta desviaci6n que sirve como protector de motor autom_ticamente para protegera la agitadordel que se abre automaticamente para proveer un sobrecalentamiento. Si una obstrucci6n impideel flujo de aire al motor ouando un zueco impida flujo normalde aim al motor,el protector termal que circule el aire al motor.
  • Page 34: Indicador De Polvo

    INDICADOR DE POLVO El indicador de polvo y el indicador de sensibilidad Peligro de choque eldctrico o lesibn cor- est_,nIocalizados en la parte delantera de la cubier- poral ta del indicador. Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla El indicador electri- Sensor o darle servicio.
  • Page 35 Siga siempre t odas l asinstrucciones deseguridad allimpiar ydarle servicio a suaspiradora. Peligro de cheque el_ctrico o lesibn corpo- Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla o dade servicio. De lo contrario podria produ- cirse un choque el_ctrico o causar lesi6n corporal si la aspiradora arranca de manera imprevista.
  • Page 36 Siempre vacieel cubodebasura cuandoel PARA VACIAR EL CUBO DE BASURA nivel d e basura alcanza la linea"MAXLLENO". Levante la tapa del cubo de basura directmente afuera de la taza de basura. VERTENCIA Peligro de choque el_ctrico o lesibn cor- Tapa del poral basura Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla...
  • Page 37 TO REPLACE DUST BIN Tapa del cubo Cerrojo de basura Ponga el canasto de basura adentro de la aspi- Tapa de radora. basura Asegure el canasto de basura en su lugar cerran- do el cerrojo del canasto de basura. Reemplace el montaje de la tapa del canasto de basura poni_ndola de vuelta sobre el canasto de basura como se muestra.
  • Page 38: Filtro De Escape

    FILTRO DE ESCAPE HEPA El filtro de escape debe ser reemplazadocuando Peligro de choque electrico est6 sucio. Debiera ser reemplazado regularmente Desenchufe el cable de poder del tomacor- dependiendo de las condiciones de uso. riente. No opere la limpiadora sin el fiitro primario o el filtro de escape.
  • Page 39 Proceda siempre con precauciones de seguri- Quite el compartimiento del polvo y compruebe el dad al limpiar y dar servicio la aspiradora. puerto del compartimiento del polvo y el filtro secundario para saber si hay estorbos. Si las areas del compartimiento y del filtro del polvo y las ._reas de la manguera est_n libres de estor- bos, compruebe el _lrea del inyector.
  • Page 40 UIDADO ;: ro 0e c .oque e..c,rico o ,e+i+n cor- nacre o encende la aspiradora antes aria completamente. Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla o darle servicio. De Io contrario podria producirse un choque el_ctrico o causar Para reemplazar lesibn corporal si la aspiradora arranca la ampolleta de manera imprevista, cuidadosamente...
  • Page 41 Peligro dechoque eldctrico o lesibncor- poral Desconecte la unidad antesdelimpiarla o darleservicio. D eIocontrario podria producirse unchoque el6ctrico o causar Para limpiar el agitador apague la aspirado corte lesibncorporal s i laaspiradora a rranca cualavier acumulaci6n de cualquier acumulaci6n demanera imprevista. de pelusa y alfombras alrrededor del agitador con un par de tijeras a trar_s de las ranuras provistas.
  • Page 42 Consulte este cuadro para encontrar soluciones que ustedmismo puede realizar cuando tenga problemas menores de rendimiento. Cualquier servicio que necesite aparte de otros descritos en este manual tienen que ser hechos por un represetante de servicio autorizado Sears. Peligro choque ADVERTENCIA el6ctrico Desconecte la aspiradora antes de darle servicio o limpiarla.
  • Page 44 Your Home For repair - in your home - of all major brand appliances, lawn and garden equipment, or heating and cooling systems, no matter who made it, no matter who sold it! For the replacement parts, accessories and owner's manuals that you need to do-it-yourself. For Sears professional installation of home appliances and items like garage door openers and water heaters.

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