Kenmore VACUUM CLEANER 116.32289 Owner's Manual

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Owner's Manual
Manual Del Propietario
Vacuum Cleaner
Aspiradora
Model, Modelo
116.32189
116.32289
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 1ZBSA20UOO-8192086
Impreso en EUA
Printed in U,S.A.

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  • Page 1 Owner's Manual Manual Del Propietario Vacuum Cleaner Aspiradora Model, Modelo 116.32189 116.32289 CAUTION: Read and follow all safety and operating instructions before first use of this product. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman www.sears.com Part No. CO 1ZBSA20UOO-8192086 Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
  • Page 2: Limited One-Year Warranty

    You will need the complete model and serial numbers when requesting um's model and serial numbers are located on the Model and Serial Number Plate, Use the space below to record the model number and seriaI number of your new Kenmore vacuum Model No.
  • Page 3 Do not handle plug or cleaner with wet hands. SAVE THESE iNSTRUCTiONS Proper assembly and safe use of your vacuum cleaner are your responsibilities. cleaner is intended only for household important use and safety information.. This guide contains safety statements warning and caution symbols.
  • Page 4 It is importantto knowyourvacuumcleanerparts and featuresto assureits properand safe use.Reviewthese beforeusingyour cleaner° Part No. Item In U.S. 20-50688 Dust Bag 2O-5240 Headlight Bulb Belt 20-5275 Quick Release Cord Hook Lower Carry Crevice Telescoping Wand Dusting Brush Upholstery Toot Handle Release Pedal Model/Serial Numbers...
  • Page 5: Handle Assembly

    Before assembling vacuum, check the PACKING LIST on the cover of the separate Repair Parts LisL Use this list to verify that you have received all the components your new Kenmore vacuum, WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard Do not plug into the electrical...
  • Page 6: Cord Assembly

    STRETCH HOSE ASSEMBLY Stretch Hose Attach stretch hose to hose coupling nozzle as shown Make sure stretch hose is firmly connected prior to using the vac- uum, Removeta e ocatod on the back of the unit. Tape HOW TO START I, Turn the Quick quick...
  • Page 7 To select a pile height setting: Turn off cleaner. Select a pile height set- ting by tilting the cleaner back until front wheels are lifted slightly off the floor as illustrated. Slide the adjustment lever to the correct setting. SUGGESTED PILE HEIGHT SETTINGS You may need to raise the height to make...
  • Page 8: Troubleshooting

    Release the handle by pressing the handle release pedal with your foot and pulling back and down on the handle with your hand,, HANDLE MOUNTED SOME MODELS To start the vacuum cleaner, slide the ON/OFF switch from the OFF posi- tion to the ON posi- tion.
  • Page 9 Remove the telescoping wand from its storage Telescoping position Wand Remove the crevice tool from its storage position in the wand_ Turn the locking ring to the UNLOCK position. Extend the wand to its full length. Turn the locking ring to the LOCK position.
  • Page 10 TO STORE ATTACHMENTS Remove dusting brush or upholstery Snap into appropriate storage location., Remove crevice tool from the wand twisting, Lay aside, Remove the extension wand from the hose. Twist the wand to the left and pull from the hose end,, Wand T- Lo kJng ...1'\ Ri.g...
  • Page 11: Motor Protection System

    Carpet edges Guideeitherside or the front of the noz- zle along a baseboard. The full length brushes help remove dirt at carpet Stairs Put handle in full upright position. crevice tool or fabric brush. Personal Injury Hazard Use care if vacuum cleaner placed on stairs.
  • Page 12 Always follow alt safety precautions cleaning and servicing the vacuum cleaner, Gather the cord and wrap it loosely around the quick release and lower cord hooks_ _,.. Store the cleaner _-_-,_... dry, indoor area, on _4/,.._._\\\ handle locked in \_\\\\\\ the upright J/,_ _.._--\"._,\the floor with the...
  • Page 13 WARNING Always unplug power cord from electrical outlet before performing any service on vacuum. Press the Release release button Button located on the top of the bag COVER Cover Pull the bag cover forward. Remove lay aside Cover\ _ tl bag collar and pull gently, care- fully removing...
  • Page 14 Checkmotorsafetyfilter frequentlyand cleanwhen dirty. , 'WARNI'NG Electrical Shock Hazard Do not operate the cleaner the motor safety filter. Be sure filter is dry and properly installed to prevent motor failure and/or electrical shock. Always unplug power cord from electrical outlet before performing any sewice...
  • Page 15 Unfold the new dust bag, Insert the dust bag completely onto the dirt tube by holding the bag collar, Snap the dust bag collar into position° _..i--- Be sure the bottom of dust bag is com- pletely within the dust bag cavity prior to replacing the bag cover,, •...
  • Page 16: To Remove Belt

    Electrical Shock Or Personal Hazard Disconnect electrical supply servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so could result electrical shock or personal from cleaner suddenly starting, Frequently check and remove hair, string and lint build-up in the brush area. If build-up becomes excessive,...
  • Page 17 When you remove the end caps, a small metal washer on each end may come off. DO NOT lose these two metal washers. TO CLEAN AGITATOR NOTE: In order to keep cleaning high and to prevent damage to your vacu- um, the agitator must be cleaned every time the belt is changed., The agitator must also be cleaned accord-...
  • Page 18: Belt Routing

    BELT ROUTING Correct Routing of Belt (Selector in Carpet Position) Assembly Carpet/Bare Floor Shaft Selector Shaft Incorrect Routing of Belt (Belt on Selector Shaft) )2 ( Brush .,.7 Motor Assembly Carpet/Bare Floor Shaft Selector Shaft Incorrect Routing of Belt (Selector in Bare Floor Position) "_...
  • Page 19 Always follow all safety precautions cleaning and servicing the vacuum cleaner_ • WARNING Electrical Shock Or Personal Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so could result electrical shock or personal from cleaner suddenly starting°...
  • Page 20 WARNING Electrical Shock Or Personal Hazard Disconnect electrical supply servicing or cleaning the unit, Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal from cleaner suddenly starting, Disconnect the power cord from the elec- trical outlet. Press the handle release pedal to let the upper portion...
  • Page 21: Agitator Cleaning

    WARNING Electrical Shock Or Personal Hazard Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or personal from cleaner suddenly starting. TO CHECK AGITATOR Turn the vacuum over to check for worn brushes, When are worn to the...
  • Page 22 Review this chart to find do-it-yourself vice needed, other than those described an authorized service representative. Cleaner won't run. 1. Unplugged at wall outlet 2. Tripped circuit breaker/blown fuse at household service panel, 3. ON/OFF switch not turned ON 1, Full or clogged dust bag Poor job of dirt pick-upo 2.
  • Page 23 Sugerencias para aspirar ... Caracterfsticas de rendimiento ... Per favor lea esta guia que le ayudara a ensamblar y operar su aspiradora nuevade Kenmore en una manera m&s segura y efectiva, Para mas informaci6n acerca del cuidado y operaci6n de esla aspiradora, flame a su tienda Sears mas ceF cana Cuando pregunte per informaci6n usted necisilar_ el n0mero complete de serie y modelo de la aspirado- ra que est&...
  • Page 24 ADVERTE CIA Su seguridad es muy lmportante para nosotros, Para reducir el riesgo de incendio,cheque el_ctrico, lesi6n corporal o dafios at utilizar su aspiradora, actfie de acuerdo con precauciones b_sicas de seguridad, entre elias: Lea este manual antes de armar o utilizar su aspiradora.
  • Page 25 importante concer ias piezas y caracteflsttcas de su aspiradora para asegurar su use adecuado y seguro Examlnelas antes de usar su aspiradora Objeto Pieza N° en EUA B01sa para polvo ' 20-50688 Bombilla de farol 20-5240 Correa 20-5275 Sujetador de liberaci6n rapida de/ cord6n ...
  • Page 26 DE EMBALAJE en la cubierta separada de la Lista de Partes para ReparaciSn Use esta lista para veri- ficar que ha recibido todos los componentes de su nueva aspiradora Kenmore Peltgro de choque elOctrico No conecte la aspiradora hasta que...
  • Page 27: Para Comenzar

    ASAMBLEA MANGUERA DEL ESTI- RAMIENTO Una la manguera del estiramiento al acoplador de la manguera en el inyector del vacfo segun Io demostrado. Se cerciora de ta manguera del estiramiento est& conectada firmemente con el acoplador de la manguera antes de usar el vacio Despegue la cinta Iocalizada en la...
  • Page 28: Algunos Modelos

    Para seleccionar un ajuste de ntvel de pelo de ia alfombra: Apague la aspiradora. Seleccione un nivel de ajuste inclinando la aspiradora hacia atr_s hasta que las ruedas delanteras est6n un poco despegadas del piso. Deslice ta palanca de ajuste de nivel de pelo de la alfombra a la posici6n deseada.
  • Page 29 Desprenda el mango pisando el pedal de lib- eraci6n y tirando del mango hacia abajo con ta mano, MONTADO EN EL IVIANGO ALGUNOS MODELOS Para arrancar la asptradora, destice el interruptor de encendidol apagado de ta posici6n OFF a la posici6n ON.
  • Page 30 Saque e]tubetelescOpico desulugar dealma- cenamiento, Retire laherramienta parahendiduras de su lugardealmacenamlento dentro deltube. G ire el aredeblequeo hasta la posici6n U NLOCK. Despliegue eltubecompletamente. debloqueo d e!tubehastalaposici6n LOOK. Instale eltubedeextensi6n e nelextreme abierto delamanguera. PAPA OPERAR EL DESLIZA- DOR DE CONTROL DE ASPIRAClON TUBO TELESCOPICO Cuando use accesorios para limpiar cortinas,...
  • Page 31 ALMACENAJE DE LOS ACCESORIOS Retire et cepitto para sacudir o et accesorio para telas, Coi6quelos firmemente en su lugar de almacenamiento correspondiente, Retire la herramienta para hendiduras del tubo gir_ndola, POngala a un lado, Retire el tubo de extensi6n de la manguera, Gire el tubo hacia la izquierda y tire del extremo Tubo...
  • Page 32 Orillas de alfombras, Gule uno de los costados o la parte anterior de la boquilla a io largo del borde de la pared_ Los cepillos largos ayudan a aspirar la tierra en tas oritlas de las alfombras Escalones, Coloque el mango en la posici6n vertica!, Use Ia herramienta para hendiduras o el cepillo para telas.
  • Page 33 Siga siempre todas las instrucciones de seguridad al limpiar y darle servicio a su aspiradora. Recoja el cord6n y enrr6]lelo en los sujetado- res superior e inferior, sin que quede muy apretado. echo en un tugar seco, con el mango en posi- uarde la asptradora bajo i6n vertical_ Desconecte el cord6n el_ctrico de la clavija de...
  • Page 34 PARA QUITAR LA BOLSA • ADVERTENClA Siempre desconecte el cord6n _lectrl- co antes de reparar alguna parte de la as piradora. Optima el bot6n Bot6n de- liberaci6n de liberact6n ubi- cado en la parte superior de la cubierta de la Cubierta bolsa, de la bolsa...
  • Page 35: Para Cambiar

    Revise con ffecuencta el filtro de motor y limpie cuando est6 sucto. ADVERTENClA Peligro de cheque el6ctrtco No opere ta aspiradora sin el filtro de segurtdad del motor° Aseg_urese de que el flltro est_ seco e tnstalado adecuadamente para lmpedir que el motor faile ylo que se produzca un cheque el_ctrico.
  • Page 36 Desdoble la botsa para pofvo nuevao lnserte la bolsa para polvo completamente sobre el tubo de basura S sujetando la bolsa por el collar Coloque el collar de la bolsa en posici6n. Aseg_rese de que la parte Inferior de la bolsa para polvo est_ completamente dentro de la cavidad para la bolsa para polvo antes de...
  • Page 37 ADVERTENCIA Peligro de choque el_ctrico o lesi6n corporal Desconecte la unidad antes de lim- plarla o darle serviclo. De Io contrado podrla produclrse un choque el_ctrlco o causar lesi6n corporal sl la asplra- dora arranca de manera tmprevlsta, Frecuentemente revise el Area del cepillo y qui- te todo pelo, cordon o pelusa que se haya acu- mulado, Si la acumutaciOn es excesiva, siga las instrucciones a continuaci6n_...
  • Page 38 Puede queal retirarlossoportesdel ceptllose desprenda unapequeSa arandela demetalde cadaextremm NOplerdaestasarandelas. NOTA: Para mantener una aita eficiencia de limpieza y evitar el daSo a la aspiradora, c!ue limDiar el agitador cada vez que se car_bia la cor_rea. Tambi6n hay que Etmpiarel agitador seg_n el siguiente horatio: El uso de la LimDie el...
  • Page 39 CORREA SOBRE LA RANURA Correa Estd Centrada Sobre la Ranura Guia (Selector de pisos con y sin alfombra ests en la poslcl6n de plsos con alfombra) Eje de del cepfllo Eje del selector de transmlsl6n pisos con y sin de/motor alfombra Correa No Estd Centrada Sobre la Ranura...
  • Page 40 Peltgro de choque el_ctrico o lesi6n cor- poral Desconecte la unidad antes de limpiarla o darle servictoo De Io contrario podria producirse un choque el6ctrico o causar !esi6n corporal si la aspiradora arranca de manera imprevista. Desconecte ta aspiradora Oprima el pedal de liberaci6n del mango para que la parte superior de la aspiradora se incline hacia atr&s hasta el piso.
  • Page 41 ADVERTENCIA Peltgro de cheque el6ctrico o lesi6n corporal Desconecte la unidad antes de lim. ptarla o darle servlclo. De Io contrarto podria producirse un cheque el_ctrtco o causar lesi6n corporal sl la asplra- dora arranca de manera imprevlsta. PAPA EXAMINAR EL AGITADOR Cotoque la aspi- radora con la base...
  • Page 42 Proceda siempre conprecauciones deseguri- dadal limpfar y darservicio la aspiradora. ADVERTENCIA Peligro de choque ei_ctrico o lesi6n corporal Desconecte la unidad antes de lirn- piarla o darte servlctoo De Io contrario podria productrse un choque el6ctrico o causar lesi6n corporal sl la aspira- dora arranca de manera tmprevistm Si cons]dera que la aspiradora no aspira bier o si la autopropulsiSn no funciona, aseg0rese pri-...
  • Page 43 Consulte este cuadro para encontrar soluciones que usted mismo puede reatizar cuando tonga pro- blemas menores de rendimiento, Cualquier servicfo que necesite aparte de otros descdtos en este manual tienen que ser hechos per un represetante de servicio autorizado ADVERTENClA ...I! .
  • Page 44 ... _ repair of major brand appliances no matter who made it, no matter who sold it! 1-800-4-MY-HOME (1-800-469-4663) www.sears,com For repair of carry-in products like vacuums, electronics, call for the nearest Sears Parts and Repair Center. 1-800-488-1222 i •, For the replacement that you need to do-it-yourself, i!_i!,!_i!,!ii_ii!,...

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