1. On/off switch
2. Dust bowl
3. Crevice tool
4. Wet pick-up accessory
Identifying your product
The model design can be determined
from the suffix codes used in the
catalogue number. The following
catalogue numbers are described in this
manual: NW36XXY H2/NW48XXY H2
The suffix code XX corresponds to the
00: stick handle, no accessories supplied
03: loop handle, supplied with crevice
tool and brush tool
60: loop handle, supplied with crevice
tool and wet pick-up accessory
The suffix code Y is used to identify the
range of colour options. The suffix code
Y represented by the letter N is used for
models with an NiMH battery.
Fitting the charging base to the
wall (fig. C1 & C2)
The charging base can be placed on a
worktop or fitted to the wall to provide a
convenient storage and charging point
for the appliance.
Fitting the accessories (fig. A & D)
The appliance is supplied with the
a crevice tool (3) for confined spaces
a wet pick-up accessory (4) for wet
To fit an accessory, proceed as follows:
Take the accessories from the
Insert the appropriate accessory into
the front of the appliance.
You may refit the other accessory by
clicking it into the accessory holder.
To refit both accessories:
Push the accessories down until they
click into place.
The appliance can be charged while
placed on a worktop or hung on the
wall using the wall hook provided.
Before first use, the battery must be
charged for at least 24 hours.
Leave the appliance connected to the
charger whenever it is not in use.
Charging the battery (fig. B)
Make sure that the appliance is
switched off. The battery will not be
charged with the on/off switch in the
Fit the appliance properly on the
charger aligning the arrow on the
charger with the split of the
Plug in the charger.
Switch on at the mains.
Leave the appliance to charge for at
least 24 hours.
Whilst charging, the charger may
become warm. This is normal and does
not indicate a problem. The appliance
can be left connected to the charger
Warning! Do not charge the battery at
ambient temperatures below 10 °C or
above 40 °C.
Switching on and off (fig. E)
To switch on, slide the on/off switch
To switch off, slide the on/off switch