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Kenmore 116.32735 Owner's Manual

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Owner's Manual
Vacuum Cleaner
®
Model
116.32734
116.32735
CAUTION:
Read and follow all
safety and operating
instructions before first
use of this product°
_N
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.sears.com
Part No. CO 1ZCBT00UOO-8192496
Printed in U.S.A.

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  • Page 1 Owner's Manual Vacuum Cleaner Model 116.32734 116.32735 CAUTION: Read and follow all safety and operating instructions before first use of this product° Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. www.sears.com Part No. CO 1ZCBT00UOO-8192496 ® Printed in U.S.A.
  • Page 2 Model and Serial Number Plate. Use the space below to record the model number and serial number of your new Kenmore vacu um. Model Nee...
  • Page 3 SAVE THESE Proper assembly and safe use of your vacuum cleaner are your responsibilities°Your cleaner is intended only for household use Read thisOwner's Manual carefully for impodant use and safety infermation.This guide contains safety statements under warning and caution symbols.. Please pay special attention to these boxes and foItow any instructions given, WARNING statements alert you to such dangers as fire,electrical shock, burns and personal injury.
  • Page 4: Parts And Features

    Item PaR No. in U.S. Exhaust Filter 20-86889 20-5248 Headlight Bulb Filter 20-82720 Belt 20-5215 Power Quick Release Cord Hook Lower Extension Hose Hook Combination. Brush Latch Dust Bin Nozzle Pedal It is important Part No. cleaner's parts and features to In Canada assure its proper and safe use, 20-86889C...
  • Page 5 PACKING LIST on the cover of the separate Repair Parts List, Use this list to verify that you have received all the components your new Kenmore vacuum° Remove shipping tape from dust bin latch, and belt cover_ HANDLE ASSEMBLY...
  • Page 6 ATTACHMENTS section on page 9 Remove the Handi-Mate Jro ® from the plas- tic bag and insert Handi-Mate Jr, ® into the- vacuum cleaner as shown, then close the Handi-Mate Jr. ® storage cover° Valve to the Hand#Mete Jr.®...
  • Page 7: Operating Instructions

    Note: To reduce the risk of electric shock, this vacuum cleaner has a polarized one blade is wider than the other, 1"o select a pile height setting: Turn off cleaner.
  • Page 8 HANDLE MOUNTED To start the vacuum cleaner, slide the ON/OFF switch from the OFF position to the ON position. To stop the vacuum cleaner, slide the switch to the OFF position. Release the handle by pressing down on the handle release pedal with your foot and...
  • Page 9 HandI.Mata Jr,® Combination Extension Brush'__h_,_ i_=_]/Telescoplc /Wand Identify each of the attachments shown above, Remove the upper end of the hose that is attached to the telescopic wand by grasping the hose collar, twisting and pulling straight out. The attachments can now be added to the hose.
  • Page 10 Tool Telescopic Wand Suction Control Raised To achieve maximum reach with the attach- ments, add the crevice tool to the end of the wand by inserting and twisting slightly° TO OPERATE SUCTION CONTROL SLIDE When using attachments for cleaning draperies, small rugs with low pile and other delicate items, twist the suction control slide to the open position.
  • Page 11 BONUS HOSE hsert the two tabs on the end of the extension hose into the two "J" shaped slots on the unit hose and twist to connect, Unit Hose Bonus Hose All attachments and the telescoping can be attached to the open end of the hose. ATTACHMENT CREVICE TOOL COMBINATION...
  • Page 12 MOTOR PROTECTOR This vacuum has a motor protector by- pass valve which automatically opens to provide cooling air to the motor when a clog prevents the normal flow of air to the motor. If the by-pass valve opens to prevent motor overheating and possible damage to the vacuum, you will notice a change of sound as air rushes through the valve opening.
  • Page 13: Releasing The Handle

    OPERATION As you vacuum, the red indicator light will come on and stay on as long as the sensor detects a high concentration of particles passing through the cleaner. The green light indicatesthat most of the cleaning is complete_ The sensor switch allows you to select the sensitivity of the dirt sensor_ The switch can be set to HI (+) or LO (-) sensitivity.
  • Page 14: Vacuum Cleaner Care

    VACUUM CLEANER CARE Always follow all safety precautions cleaning and servicing the vacuum cleaner. Gather the cord and wrap it loosely around the upper and lower cord hooks. Store the cleaner in a dry, indoor area, on the floor with the handle...
  • Page 15 b: i: ¸ !< Always empty the dust bin when dirt level reaches the "MAXIMUM FILU' line. TO REMOVE DUST WARNING Electrical Shock And Personal Injury Hazard Always unplug power cord from elec, trical outlet before performing service on vacuum. Dust Bin Raise Latch...
  • Page 16 Remove the dust bin as outlined in the DUST BIN CLEANING section, Check filter screen frequently and clean when dirty. To clean filter screen, wipe screen with a dry cloth. Filter Place dust bin into vacuum cleaner Secure dust bin into dust bin latch_ Duet Bin Latch...
  • Page 17 WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Unplug power cord from electrical outlet, Do not operate the cleaner without the primary or exhaust filters_ Be sure the filters are properly installed to prevent motor failure and/or electrica! shock, PRIMARY FILTER Check primary filter frequently and clean when dirty.
  • Page 18 Always follow all safety precautions cleaning and servicing the vacuum cleaner. Electrical Shock Or 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 19 Electrical Shock Or 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. TO REMOVE LIGHT BULB Disconnect power cord from electrical out- let.
  • Page 20 The valve assembly will be closed when the cleaner is in the upright position° When you release the handle for normal operation the valve opens to allow air to pass for normal deep cleaning. This valve will sometimes become dirty and may need routine cleaning.
  • Page 21 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. Replace belt whenever a burning rubber smell caused by excessive slippage occurs°...
  • Page 22: Clog Removal

    TROUBLESHOOTING Review this table to find do-it-yourself needed, other than those described service representative. Disconnect electrical to do so could result in electrical Cleaner won't run, 1° Unplugged at wall oullet 2. Tripped ctrcuil breaker/blown fuse at household service panel % Full or clogged dust bin 2.
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