To maintain efficient cleaning, the agitator
must be kept free of carpet fiber, string, or
hair build-up. After every 7 to 10 uses,
unplug and turn vacuum cleaner over and
check agitator for fiber and hair build-up.
Use scissors to remove any build-up entan-
gled around the agitator.
Always follow all safety precautions
to the vacuum
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Disconnect electrical supply before
performing maintenance to the unit.
Failure to do so could result in elso-
trical shock or personal injury from
vacuum cleaner suddenly starling.
If the vacuum cleaner does not seem to have
adequate suction, first check if the dust bin is
full or if a filter is clogged. See DUST BIN
CLEANING and FILTER REPLACEMENT,
If the dust bin and filter areas are free of
clogs, check the extension hose. Rotate the
extension hose release lever counterclock-
wise to release extension hose,
Remove the lower end of the extension
from the wand holder by grasping
collar, twisting, and pulling straight up.
Plug in the vacuum cleaner and turn it on.
Stretch the extension
hose to maximum
length and then allow the hose to return to
its natural length.
Re-insert the hose into the opening on the
body from which it was removed. Press firmly
to assure connection. Rotate hose release
lever clockwise to the locked position,
If the dust bin and filter areas and the hose
areas are free of clogs, disconnect the noz-
zle hose from the wand holder and check the
nozzle for clogging.
Clean the agitator according to the instruc-
tions in the AGITATOR CLEANING section.
Return the vacuum cleaner
to the upright
position before plugging into an electrical