As soon as the air has been sucked from the
bag, press and hold the Seal/Cut button
with both hands, as already described, and
seal the bag.
Storing the appliance
Do not wrap the power cable around the appli-
ance, use the guides provided on the bottom of
Store the appliance where it will be dry and free
from dust and particles, so that nothing
can lodge in the suction device.
First remove the power plug from the wall socket
and allow the appliance to cool down completely
before cleaning it or placing it into storage. NEVER
submerse the appliance in fluids of any kind. Do not
permit liquids to permeate into the appliance.
If you do, you risk receiving a potentially fatal elec-
Cleaning the collector receptacle
Should food remnants unintentionally be sucked in
when vacuuming, the collector receptacle
tects the appliance from damages. Clean the collec-
as soon as soiling is visible:
Open the appliance cover
Fold up the extraction supports
Carefully pull the collector receptacle
of the appliance using the lateral grips.
Clean it in a lukewarm washing-up solution and
the allow then collector receptacle
Replace the collector receptacle
the extraction supports
Cleaning the appliance
Clean the appliance only with a dry or lightly
moistened cloth. Do not use abrasives or deter-
gents, these could damage the plastic surfaces.
Do not remove stubborn glue remnants from
the sealing wire
at the very most carefully use a fingernail.
Otherwise, the sealing wire
or the insulation underneath could be da-
NEVER open the housing! There is potentially fatal
high voltage in the appliance. Arrange for the appli-
ance to be repaired by specialists only.
The appliance is maintenance-free. No form of
maintenance, either on or in the appliance, is in-
tended for execution by the user. In the event of mal-
function or apparent damage, make contact with
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with hard or sharp objects,
, the cutting wire