Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 1 Vax careline 0870 6061248 Bagless upright Vax model number: V-041P Please read carefully before using this cleaner. www.vax.co.uk Always fully extend the mains cable before use. Retain for future reference.
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 2 www.vax.co.uk 1. Diagram V-041P Fig.1/1 1 Handle grip 8 HEPA and antibacterial filter 15 Cord wrap with quick release 2 Handle 9 Carpet height adjuster 16 Long power cord 3 TurboTool™ 10 Scuff guard bumper...
IMPORTANT: Cleaning filters improves vacuum dropped, damaged, left outdoors or dropped into performance. Make sure all filters are replaced back water. Return the vacuum cleaner to a Vax into the vacuum cleaner before using. Authorised Service Agent or suitably qualified person for examination, repair or adjustment.
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 4 www.vax.co.uk 3. How to Assemble Push the handle plug on to the front of the vacuum cleaner (Fig.3/4). IMPORTANT: Always remove the power plug from the wall outlet before assembling or before removing accessories.
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 5 Vax Careline 0870 606 1248 Wrap the hose around the back of the hose caddy (a). Push Set the aligning tab on the bottom of the dirt container (a) the hose tube down into the right side of the vacuum and push until the container clicks into place (b).
The vacuum cleaner must be in the upright position to lift the rotating brushbar off the carpet when using the accessories. Vax recommend that the carpet height adjuster is at its highest setting.- On/Off Pedal Plug the cord into the electrical outlet.
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 7 Vax Careline 0870 606 1248 5. Accessories Extension Tube If additional length is needed, use the extension tube The vacuum cleaner must be in the upright position to and/or crevice tool. Pull the crevice tool out of the raise the brushbar (Fig.5/1).
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 8 www.vax.co.uk 6. Dirt Container & Filter: Carry Handle Use the carry handle on the dirt container to move the Removal and Replacement vacuum cleaner from room to room (Fig.5/6). WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from moving parts, unplug before servicing.
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 9 Vax Careline 0870 606 1248 Empty the dirt container completely (Fig.6/4). 7. Rotating Brushbar: Removal and Replacement WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from moving parts, unplug the cleaner before changing the belt or the rotating brushbar.
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 10 www.vax.co.uk Fig.7/3 Fig.7/6 Replacing the Belt or Brushbar Re-attach the nozzle guard (Fig.7/7). Slide the belt on to the motorshaft (Fig.7/4). Fig.7/7 Fig.7/4 Secure by aligning the three (3) tabs in the base slots (Fig.7/8).
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 11 Vax Careline 0870 606 1248 8. Clearing Blockages Clearing Blockages from the TurboTool™ Rotate the locking ring 180° and turn the TurboTool™ over WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from moving (Fig.8/4).
Vax V-041P User Guide.qxd 16/4/07 14:27 Page 12 www.vax.co.uk 8. Troubleshooting WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, unplug the vacuum cleaner before performing maintenance or troubleshooting checks. PROBLEM: Accessories won’t pick up PROBLEM: Vacuum cleaner won't run Cause: Accessories not attached correctly.
Please make a note of the serial number and model Weight: 8.1kg number of the carpet cleaner before calling. There are over 400 approved Vax Service Agents in the UK. For the Subject to technical change without notice. nearest Service Agent, please call the Vax Careline. www.vax.co.uk...
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14:27 Page 16 EEC STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE Manufacturer/EEC importer: Vax Limited, hereby on our own responsibility, declare that the V-041P Ultrixx Pet is manufactured in compliance with the following Directives: Safety: 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive EMC: 89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste.