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Product Features (Fig. A)
1. On/O slide switch
4. Wall mountable charging base
2. Bowl release button
5. Charger
3. Dust bowl
6. Charge indicator light
How To Use
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (FIG. B)
Fix the charging base within reach of an electrical outlet, using the screws supplied. Plug in
and place the product in position. Always mount in an upright (handle up) position.
NOTE: Avoid damaging the cord while fixing the base to the wall or when removing or
replacing the product from the base.
RECHARGING (FIG. C)
The charger supplied with this product is intended to be plugged in such that it is correctly
orientated in a vertical or floor mount position.
From new, the rechargeable cells of the product need a minimum charge time of 16 hours
to ensure full power. While charging the charge indicator light will be illuminated. The switch
must be in the off ("O") position. The product will not charge if it is in any other position.
While charging, the product may get warm, this is perfectly normal and safe. It can remain
on charge indefinitely without damage or danger. It is not possible to "overcharge" the
battery cells with the charger provided.
Before recharging unit, make sure extension nozzle (from figure J) is retracted back in to
bowl of the unit.
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR DRY PICK-UP ONLY.
OPERATION
Ensure that the product is fully engaged on the charging base and the charge indicator light
is on.
SWITCHING ON AND OFF (FIG. D)
To start, slide the On/Off switch forward (i.e. "O"= Off, "I" = On). To stop, slide the switch
back.
Always return the product to the charging base immediately after use so that it will be
ready and fully charged for the next use. Ensure that the product is fully engaged on the
charging base.
CLEANING THE PRODUCT (FIGS . E-I)
WARNING:
Never use the Dustbuster without its filters.
NOTE: The filters are re-usable, do not confuse them with disposable dust bags, and do
not throw them away when the product is emptied. We recommend that you replace the
filters every 6-9 months depending on frequency of use.
FIG. E - Remove the dust bowl by pressing the dust bowl release button and pulling the
bowl down and out. To replace the bowl, place it back onto the handle and click firmly into
position. Important: For best vacuum results, empty bowl after every use.
FIG. F - Empty the debris from the bowl and wash if necessary (see Fig. H).
FILTERS
NOTE: CHV1408, CHV1568 and CHV1688 use an inner and outer filter.
FIG. G - To remove the filter(s) twist the outer (plastic) filter in a clockwise direction. Shake
or lightly brush any loose dust off the outer filter.
FIG. G1 - CHV1408, CHV1568 and CHV1688 only. Remove the inner filter and shake, tap
or lightly brush outside surface to remove loose dust. Both filters can be rinsed as shown in
fig. (H). CAUTION: Filter must be dry before re-assembling. Ensure both filters are in
place before operating.
FIG. G2 - If your unit is equipped with a filter cleaning slider as shown in Fig. G2 you can
achieve more use between filter cleanings by first switching off the vac, and then sliding the
cleaning wheel up and down as shown. Make two full cycles for best results.
FIG. H - Wash the filters using warm, soapy water and ensure that they are completely dry
before using it again. The cleaner the filters are, the better the product will perform. It is
very important that the filter is correctly in position before use. The dust bowl can also be
washed in warm soapy water. CAUTION: Filters must be dry before re-assembling.
IMPORTANT: Maximum dust collection will only be obtained with clean filters and an empty
dust bowl. If dust begins to fall back out of the product after it is switched off, this indicates
that the bowl is full and requires emptying.
FIG. I - Never immerse the product in water. A damp cloth and soapy water should be
used to clean the exterior of the motor section. Always ensure the product is completely
dry before re-use or storing.
ECONOMIC USAGE
• Your product is very economical to charge. While it is charging it uses less electricity than
a typical night light bulb.
• When fully charged and with a clean filter, the average effective usage times vary by
voltage.
7.2 volts: 7 - 9 minutes
9.6-12 volts: 9-11 minutes
14.0 volts and higher: 12-15 minutes
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If the product does not work, check the following:
• That the charge indicator light is on when unit is in base.
• The charger was correctly plugged in for recharge. ( It feels slightly warm to the touch.)
• The charger cord is not damaged and is correctly attached to the base.
• The charger is plugged into a working electrical outlet.
• That the switch is in the "OFF" position when charging.
ACCESSORIES
A crevice tool is built-in to the nozzle and can be extended as shown in figure J by pulling
the extension piece until it locks into position.
The extension can be retracted by depressing the arrow button at the back of the extension
and pushing the extension back into the nozzle. Additional accessories are stored on the
product (FIG. K) and are fitted into the nose of the product for use.
Accessory use is shown in FIG. L.
Note: Replacement filters can be purchased from most local/national retailers that
sell vacuums.
BATTERY REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL FIGURE M
This product uses nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cd) rechargeable and recyclable batteries. When
the batteries no longer hold a charge, they should be removed from the Vac and recycled.
They must not be incinerated or composted.
The batteries can be taken for disposal to a Black & Decker, Company-Owned or
Authorized Service Center.
Call your local retailer for details. If you bring the batteries to a Black & Decker
Company-Owned or Authorized Service Center, the Center will arrange to recycle old
batteries. Or, contact your local municipality for proper disposal instructions in your
city/town.
To remove the battery pack for disposal:
1) Unlatch bowl from main handle unit.
2) Remove filter(s).
3) Remove the seven screws holding the unit together.
4) Pull the cover half away from the location half.
5) For catalog numbers CHV1468, CHV1568, CHV1688 prise small cover from filter
cleaning slider and remove slider securing screw.
- lift out the full motor/fan/battery assembly
6) Unplug battery assembly from main assembly.
MAINTENANCE
Use only mild soap and damp cloth to clean the vac. Never let any liquid get inside the vac;
never immerse any part of the vac into a liquid.
7. Filter cleaning slider
NOTE: Make sure the vacuum is completely dry before using it.
IMPORTANT: To assure product SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs, maintenance and
adjustment (other than those listed in this manual) should be performed by authorized
service centers or other qualified service organizations, always using identical replacement
parts.
SERVICE INFORMATION
All Black & Decker Service Centers are staffed with trained personnel to provide customers
with efficient and reliable power tool service. Whether you need technical advice, repair, or
genuine factory replacement parts, contact the Black & Decker location nearest you. To find
your local service location, refer to the yellow page directory under "Tools—Electric"
AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND 2 YEAR REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE.
Black & Decker welcomes you as a purchaser of this product from our range of Housewares, Home
Workshop, Gardern Tools and Accessories. All Black & Decker products are engineered and manuf-
actured to ensure the highest standards of reliability and performance. Black & Decker guarantees
this product for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase against defects due to defective
materials or workmanship. If the product should become defective within the guarantee period,
Black & Decker will make good by REPLACEMENT free of charge except for minor defects where the
appliance may be repaired. The guarantee provisions do not cover failure due to accident, misuse,
abuse, negligence or non-observance of local regulations on the part of the user.
Product is not designed or warranted for industrial or commercial use.
Equally, the guarantee provisions do not apply where the appliance has been serviced by a person
not authorised by Black & Decker or serviced with non approved parts and this has contributed to
the fault of the product.
Superseded models without a replacement equivalent will be (at Black & Decker's discretion)
replaced with another product of similar retail value.
UPON PURCHASE
Fill in the Warranty Registration Card overleaf and attach your purchase receipt to it.
Retain in case of claims in the future.
Warranty will only be given where proof of purchase is provided, eg original receipt.
MAKING A CLAIM
Take your defective product together with the warranty Registration Card and purchase receipt
back to the place of purchase to obtain a replacement product.
TRADE PRACTICES ACT 1974 (AUSTRALIA) & CONSUMER GUARANTEE ACT 1993 (NEW ZEALAND).
The provisions of the Black & Decker Home Appliance Replacement Guarantee as set out above are
in addition to the conditions and guarantees which are mandatorily implied by law through Trade
Practices Act 1974 (Australia) and Consumer guarantee Act 1993 (New Zealand) and legislation.
The Black & Decker Guarantee supplements these rights.
DESIGNED FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES ONLY.
AUSTRALIA.
Black & Decker (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
20 Fletcher Road, MOOROOLBARK VIC3138
Tel: (03) 8720 5100
Fax: (03) 9727 5940
See 'Tools-Electric'
– Yellow Pages –
for Service & Sales
NEW ZEALAND
Black & Decker New Zealand
5 Te Apunga Drive
MT. WELLINGTON AUCKLAND NZ
Phone:
+ 64 9 259 1111
Fax:
+64 9 259 1122

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