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Owner'sManual
ManualDe/Propietafio
Vacuum Cleaner
Aspiradora
Model, Modelo
116.25512
116.25513
IMPORTANT
Before
returning
this product-
For replacement parts, please contact:
Sears Parts and Repair Center
(1-800-488-1222)
Anytime, day or night
(U.S.A. only)
For any other issue,
please contact:
Vacuum
Help Line
(1-877-531-732t)
7:30am-4:00pm EST, M-F
(U.S.A. and Canada)
CAUTION:
Read and follow all
safety and operating
instructionsbefore first
use of this product.
CUIDADO:
Lea y siga todas las
instruccionesde operaci6n
y seguridadantes del use de
este producto.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
www.sears.com
Printed in U.S.A.
Part No. C131ZCPJOOUOO-KCO1ZCPJZOUO
Impresoen EUA

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  • Page 1 Owner'sManual ManualDe/Propietafio Vacuum Cleaner Aspiradora 116.25512 Model, Modelo 116.25513 IMPORTANT Before returning this product- For replacement parts, please contact: Sears Parts and Repair Center (1-800-488-1222) Anytime, day or night (U.S.A. only) For any other issue, please contact: Vacuum Help Line...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    You will need the complete model and serial numbers when requesting information. Your vacu- um cleaner'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 cleaner.
  • Page 3 Your safety is important to us. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons or damage when using your vacuum cleaner, follow basic safety precautions including the following: Read all instructionsin this manual before assembling or using your vacuum cleaner.
  • Page 4: Parts And Features

    It is important to know your vacuum cleaner's parts and features to ensure its proper and safe use. Review these before using your cleaner. Item Part No. In U.S. Headlight Bulb 20-5240 Belt 20-5218 Power-Mate® Cord Holder_ Cord and Upper...
  • Page 5: Power-Mate Jr. ®Storage

    HOSE 3-Way On/Off Switch Off/Floor/Carpet Handle Hose Swivel CANISTER Item Pan No. In U.S. 20-50557 Dust Bag Exhaust Filter 20-86889 20-86883 Motor Safety Filter Tool Storage Cover (Attachment Storage inside) Can_ter Hood Bag HoideJ ATTACHMENTS Crevice Tool --_ Floor Brush _ <--- Dusting Combination : Brush _...
  • Page 6 Before assemblingthe vacuum cleaner, check the PACKING LIST on the cover of the separate Repair Parts List. Use this list to verify that you have received all the com- ponents of your new Kenmore vacuum cleaner. WANDS Slide wands together until wand button snaps into place.
  • Page 7 CANISTER t. Open the canister hood. 2. Check to see that the dust bag is proper- ly installed. See BAG CHANGING instructions. 3, Check to see that the motor safety filter is properly installed. See MOTOR SAFETY FILTER CHANGING for instructions. HOOD AND TOOL STORAGE COVER It is normal for the canister hood and tool...
  • Page 8: Operating Instructions

    NOTE: To reduce the risk of electric shock, this vacuum cleaner has a polarized plug; one blade is wider than the other. This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug.
  • Page 9: Performance Features

    Suggestedsweepingpattem. For best cleaning action, the Power-Mate" should be pushed straight away from you and pulled straight back. At the end of each pull stroke, the direction of the Power-Mate ® should be changed to point into the next section to be cleaned. This pattern should be continued across the carpet with slow, gliding motions.
  • Page 10: Attachments

    However, you may need to raise the height to make some jobs easier, such as scatter rugs and some deep pile carpets, and to prevent the vacuum cleaner from shutting off. Suggested settings are: DwaOn CAUTION NOT attach or remove handle or...
  • Page 11 Power-Mate*. The canister motor will continue to run. To correct problem: Turn off and unplug vacuum cleaner, remove obstruction, then press overload protector reset button. A ball point pen may be required If the problem...
  • Page 12: How Yourvacuum Cleaner Works

    THERMAL PROTECTOR This vacuum cleaner has a thermal protector which automatically trips to protect the vacuum cleaner from overheating. clog prevents the normal flow of air to the motor, the thermal protector turns the motor off automatically.
  • Page 13: Canister Care

    The vacuum cleaner creates suction that picks up dirt. Rapidly moving air carries the dirt to the dust bag through the airflow pas-/_/_ sages. The dust bag lets the air pass through, while it traps the dirt. For best cleaning results, keep the airflow passage open.
  • Page 14: Motor Safety Filter Changing

    Wipe dry after cleaning. 3. To reduce static electricity and dust build- up, wipe outer surface of vacuum cleaner and attachments. Check motor safety filter occasionallyand change when dirty.
  • Page 15: Exhaust Filter Changing

    Place the new filter into the vacuum cleaner with the foam seal facing towards the vacuum cleaner. 4. Replace the exhaust filter cover by placing the two tabs on the filter cover into the slots on the vacuum...
  • Page 16: Power-Mate" Care

    POWER-MATE® CARE Always follow all safety precautions ! 'v, lWARNING Disconnect electrical supply before servicing could result in electrical shock or personal injury from cleaner suddenly TO REMOVE BELT 1. Turn Power- Mate ® upside down. 2. Unscrew the two (2) Power- Mate ®...
  • Page 17: Belt Changingand Agitatorcleaning

    TO REPLACE BELT 1. Install new belt over motor drive, then over belt pulley. NOTE: See PARTS AND FEATURES Agitator End Cap for belt num- ber. 2. Place agitator assembly back into Power-Mate ®. t. Remove Power-Mate ® cover as shown in BELT CHANGING AND AGITATOR CLEAN- ING section.
  • Page 18 Electrical Shock Or Personal Injury Hazard Disconnect electdcal 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 CHECK AGITATOR ASSEMBLY When brushes level of the base support bars, replace the __r_T-_...
  • Page 19 6, Heiein hose. 7. Worn P_,_r-Mote e agitator. 8, Wornor brd_enbell g. Dirtyagitotor o r end caps. 10, Canister hoodopen. Vacuum cleaner starts but 1, Hoseor hoodelectrical c omecbens. shuts off. 2. Trippedovedoad protector in Power-Mate*. 3. Trlpped thermal p rotectm in canister.
  • Page 20: Estates, Il

    Uso de los accesodos... Caracterisf_casde rendimiento ... Funcionamiento de su aspimdom ... favor lea esta guia que le ayudaraa assemblary operarsu aspiradora nuevade Kenmore en una manera m_s seguray effeclJva. Paramas informaci6n acerca del cuidadoy operaci6nde esta aspirador, f lamea su tiendaSearsmas cercana.
  • Page 21 Suseguridad es muyimportante paranosotros.Parareducirel riesgodeincendio, choqueel_ctrico,lesi6ncorporalo dafiosal utilizarsu aspiradora, a ctdedeacuerdo conprecauciones b _sicas de seguHdad, entre elias: Lea les instruccionesen este manual antes de armar o usar su aspiradora. Use su aspiradora t_nicamenteen la forma descritaen este manual. Usa t_nicamente con accasoriosrecomendados porSears.
  • Page 22 Esimportante conocer laspiezas y caracteds_cas Examfnelas antes deusar s uaspiradora. Objeto Pieza N °. enEUA Bombilla d efarol 20-5240 Correa 20-5218 Suje_dordel cord6n yel Tubo superior----D Disposidvo giratorlo delmanga Sujetador delcord6n--.._ Pedal de Ilberaci6n r_pida del tubo (No se muestra_._ N_meros de serie del modelo Power-Mate m Pedal de selecci6n...
  • Page 23 MANGUERA Interruptor de encendido/ apagado de tres posiciones (Apagado/Plso/Alfombra) Mango Disposltivo glratoriode RECEPTACULO Objeto Pieza N,. en EUA Bolsa para polVo 20-50557 Filtro de escape 20-86889 Filtro de seguridad 20-88883 del motor Cubierta de Bot6n de almacenamiento cord6n para accesorios (Almacenamiento eld, c trico ..._ para accesorios...
  • Page 24 informad6nle alertarddel peligrode fiJego, c hoqueselectricos, q uemadasy lesianes. Cuidado: Pot'favorpongaespecialatend6n a dstosrecuadroscon alerta de desgo.Advertencia: Este Este informad6nle alertarade peligmscomolesiones y daSosde propiedad. ADVERTENCIA Peligrode choque eldctdco No conecte la aspiradora hasta qua termine de armada. De Io contrario podria causar un choque al_ctdco o lesi6n corporal.
  • Page 25 RECEPTACULO 1, Abra la tapa del recept_culo. 2. Examinela balsa para polvoeste instaladocorrec- tamante.Consultelas instrucciones de instaladdnen la CAMBIO DE LA BOLSA. 3. Examineel filtrode seguddaddel motoreste insta- lado correctamante. Consultelas instrucdones de instalaci&'l e n CAMBIODEL FILTRODE SEGURI- DAD DEL MOTOR. LA TAPAY LA CUBIERTA Es normalque la tapa del receptdculo se desprenda al ser abiertamds de Io necesario.Pare colocarnue-...
  • Page 26 INSTRUCClONES DE OPERATION Peligro de leai6n personal y da6o al producto • NO enchufe la aspiradora si el interruptor est4 en la posici6n ON. Podda causar lesi6n personal o daRo al praducta. • El cordbn el6ctrico se mueve r_pidamente durante a] anrollamiento. Mantenga alejados a los niRos y asagure espacio libra suficiante para evitar ]asiones personales al enmllar...
  • Page 27 Eetilo delimpieza s ugerido. Para obtener la mejoracci_ de limpiezase reco- miendaempujarla Power-Mate ® en direcci6ndirec- tamenteopuestaa ustedy jalarla en linearecta.AI finalde cada pasada de regreso,cambiela direc- ci(_ de la Power-Mate ®hacia la siguientesecci6na limpiar.Contint_e as[ a travdsde toda la alfombra de una manera lentay deslizante.
  • Page 28 Use elajuste X LO (bajo) p sra obtaner iamejor l im- pieza a fondo.Por otra parte,quiz_sse requieraele- varel nivelpara facilitarelgunas tareas, comopot ejemplocuandose trata de lapetes y algunaselfom- bras de pelo largo,y pars impedirque la aspiradora se apague.Se sugierenlos siguientes ajustes: CUIDADO ACCESORIOS DEL MANGO NOTA: Si tiene...
  • Page 29 ACCESORIO Meubles* Cepillo para Cepillo para sacudir combinaci6n C epillo ,_ para teas Herramienta para hendiduras Cepillo para pisos Power'Mate® Handi-Mate Jr." (AJgunos modelos)'*" Power-MateJr." (AIgunos modelos)*'* "Siempre limpielos accesorms antesde usarsobretelas. ** [] interruptor de 3 posiciones d ebeestarerl la posicidn FLOOR(pisodescubierto). **' La HandI-Mate Jr., y la Power-MateJr."induyensuspropia6insbllcclones p arausode accesorio_ NO]'_,:C.uando separe los tub_ oprim.a comp!etamente el bot.6n de bl.oqueo antes.deseparadospor .com.
  • Page 30 TAPAYALMACENAMIENTO PARAPOWER-MATE ® El tubo inferior tiene un rebordeen forma de "U"en la zona de fija- ci6n del cord6nelL_tri- co, La base Ueneuna ranuraen forrnade "U" cerca de la parte from tam de]recep_culo. La ranurapermiteal- macenar los tubosy la Power-Mate ® con et tubopara economizar el espae]orequeddopara su elmacenamiento.Para usar esta caracter{stica es necesarioalmacenar el recep_culo en forma verti-...
  • Page 31 La aspiradora orea succi6no aspirad6nque levanta la tierra.La tierra es impulsada a trav6sde lasvias de flujo aire hastala bolsapot una rdpidacornente de aire. La bolsapara polvopermiteel flujode aire, pero ab-apala tierra. Para Iograr los mejoresresultadosde limpieza, mantengaabiertaslasv{asde aire. Examine peribdicamente las dreas indicadascon asteris-._._" Cos para asegurarse de qua no est_n b,o- queadas.
  • Page 32 1.Desconecta elcordbn e ldcitico de la clavijade la pared.NO choree agua sobre la aspiradora, 2. Limpieel exteriorconun traposuavey limpio, q ue hasido exprimido despudsde remojarenuna solu- ci_nde agua y detergemte Iiquidoligero.Seque el exteriorcon un traposeco despu_sde limpiar. 3. Limpiela superfideexteriordel receptdculo y de los accesofiospara redudrla electfiddad est_Ucay la acumulaci6n de poivo.
  • Page 33 ADVERTENCIA Peligro de choque el_ctrico No opere con un filtro de escape bloqueado o sin el filtro de escape o la cubierta del fil- tro de escape instalados, FILTRO DE ESCAPE HEPA Este cartuc, ho del liltroescapetJeneque carnbiar est6 sucio. Cambieel filtrocuandoel area superfi- cialestd cubiertapot completo.El filtm no se puede lavar pues perder|a su capacided para atrapar altrapar polvo.
  • Page 34 CUIDADODE LA POWER-MATE ® Siem_re deberdn seguirse todas las precauoiones de seguridad al limpiar y dar servido a la Power- Mate . ADVERTENCIA I De$conecte la unidad antes de limpiarla o darle servicio. De Io contrario podda producirse un I choque eldctrico o causar lesi6n corporal si la aspiradora arranca de manera imprevista. PARA RETIRAR LA CORREA 1.
  • Page 35 PARA RETIRAR LA CORREA t. Instaleuna CQ(Tea nueva sobreel impulsor del motory It.ego sobre la rueda den- tada del cepillo. Agitador Tapa del extremo NOTA:Vdase PIEZAS y CARACTER{STICAS para el nt_merode la correa. 2. Coloqueob'avez ta unidaddel agita- doren la Power- Mate®...
  • Page 36 Peligro de choque el6ctdco o lesi6n corpo- Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla o darle servicio. De Io contrario podrla pro- ducirse un choque el6ctrico o causar lesi6n corporal si la aspiradora arranca de manera imprevista, PARA REVISAR LA UNIDAD DEL AGITADOR tadoslos cepillosal nive!de las barras...
  • Page 37 Revise e ste recuadro para encontrarsoludonesa problemasque puede corregir usted mismo.Cualquier otro serviciodebe serrealizado porSEARS u otto agentede serviciocalificado. ESLlides_nectade. Le upiradom noarranc_ Cortacircuitosb_tade o _usilde quem_lo on el tablem de servi_ de la residencia. Co_e:_onesell_bicas de Is manguera SLII_t as . Boisa pare Ix)No lens o atescade.
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