3 5011 All-Rounder Congratulations on the purchase of your new HOOVER vacuum cleaner. There are many useful features built into your cleaner and we recommend that you carefully read this instruction manual so that you may take best advantage of them. Features: 1. Handle 2. 2-in-1 Accessory 3. Air Outlet 4. Crevice Tool 5. Hose 6. Telescopic Tube 7. Floor Head 8. Handle 9. Dust Canister Release Button 10. Dust Canister 11. On/Off Button 12. Upright Park 13. Power Cable 14. Cable Rewind Button 15. Hard Floor Cleaning Tool Specifications: Watts: 1100W Max Dust Capacity: 0.6L Noise Level: <78dBa Telescopic Tube: Chrome Power Cable Length: 5m Weight: 4.5kg Please contact Hoover Customer Care , NZ (09) to find your local spare parts provider. 3.Features
4 Before you Begin This cleaner must be operated in accordance with these instructions and used only for domestic household cleaning to remove DRY dirt and dust from household carpets, flooring, walls and fabrics. This cleaner is not fit to be used as an industrial cleaner hence will void the manufacturer s warranty if used inappropriately. Please read these instructions thoroughly This will ensure you obtain full benefit from your new cleaner. Keep this Instruction Manual in a handy place for future reference. Important Always switch the cleaner off and remove the plug from the electricity supply before cleaning your appliance, when not in use, or attempting any maintenance task. The cleaner must only be connected to an AC supply at the voltage shown on the rating plate. This cleaner should only be used for its intended purpose as described in these instructions. 4.
5 Before you Begin Precautionary measures: 1. Do not operate the vacuum cleaner too close to heaters, radiators, and other hot surfaces. 2. Before inserting the plug into the wall, make sure your hand is dry. 3. Before turning on the vacuum cleaner, remove any large or sharp objects from the floor or cleaning surface in order to prevent damage to the filter. 4. When you want to pull the plug from the wall, do not use the power cable, gently pull the plug from the power socket. 5. Do not use vacuum cleaner to pick up water or liquids. 6. If the hose inlet, combination floor tool or telescopic tube are blocked, you should switch off the cleaner straight away and remove from mains power. First clear the blocked substance before attempting to start the vacuum cleaner again. 5.Before you Begin
6 Safety Precautions & Warnings IMPORTANT! Always switch off the cleaner and remove the plug from the electricity power supply before cleaning your appliance, when not in use or attempting any maintenance task. The cleaner must only be connected to an AC power supply at the voltage shown on the rating label. This cleaner should only be used for its intended purpose as described in this instruction manual. Never operate the vacuum cleaner without filters. When using your vacuum cleaner, basic precautions should always be observed, including the following; 1. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. 2. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. 3. To prevent electrical shock, do not immerse the appliance, power cord or power plug into water or other liquids. 4. To prevent electrical shock, do not use the vacuum cleaner outdoors or on wet surfaces. 5. Always check the power cord before use, the power cord and the plug should be in a good condition and must not be damaged. If the power supply cord is damaged or defective, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. 6. Do not unplug by pulling on the power cord. To unplug, grasp the plug not the power cord. Use only Australian and New Zealand electrical safety approved extension cords. 7. Do not pull or carry the appliance by the power cable, use the power cable as a handle or pull the power cable around sharp edges or corners. Avoid running the appliance over the power cable. 8. Ensure the appliance is switched off before unplugging. 9. Do not handle or operate the appliance with wet hands and follow electrical safety precautions at all times. 10. Extreme caution should be exercised when using the appliance on stairs. 11. Do not attempt to change the attachments while the appliance is plugged in to Mains power supply. Switch off and remove plug from Mains power supply. Use only manufacturer s recommended accessories. 12. Do not operate the vacuum cleaner too close to the heaters, radiators and other hot surfaces. 6.
7 13. Do not use the appliance to pick up flammable items or combustible liquids (i.e. petrol, hot ashes, cigarettes, matches, explosive materials or anything burning) or use in areas where such substances and items may be present. 14. Do not use the appliance to pick up toxic materials (i.e. chlorine bleach, ammonia). 15. Ensure the appliance is disconnected from the Mains power supply before connecting the hose to the unit. 16. Do not operate or use the appliance without the dust bag and/or filters in place. 17. Before vacuuming, remove any large or sharp objects from the floor or cleaning surface in order to prevent damage to the filter. 18. If the hose inlet, floor head or the telescopic tube is blocked, switch off the cleaner straight away and remove from the Mains power. First clear the blocked object before attempting to start the vacuum cleaner again. 19. Hold the plug when rewinding onto the cord reel. To prevent accidental injury do not allow the plug to whip when rewinding. 20. Do not extend the power cable beyond the yellow mark. 21. Do not leave the appliance unattended when it is connected to a Mains power supply. 22. Before carrying out any maintenance service or cleaning the filters, always switch off the vacuum cleaner and disconnect the plug from power supply. 23. Keep ends of the hose, telescopic tube and other openings away from your face and body. 24. Do not use the vacuum cleaner if it is damaged or breaks down. Check the electrical regularly for defects. If connection cables, electrical hoses, electrical contacts and electric tubes are damaged, have them replaced immediately. 25. Never clean the vacuum cleaner or any of the electrical parts, especially the electrical connections with water or liquid cleaners. 26. Never attempt to make any modifications electrically to the vacuum cleaner. 27. Always store the appliance indoors in a cool and dry place. 28. Do not pickup water, dry household use only. 29. Damage caused by improper use or by not observing the instructions in this manual will void warranty. 7.Warnings
8 Assembly 1. Before assembling the cleaner, confirm all parts and components are included. 2. Ensure the cleaner is not connected to the mains power supply when assembling. Hose Assembly Insert the hose into the dust canister inlet in a horizontal direction. Ensure the two projecting parts align and gently insert. Turn the hose right when it is fully inserted, it should make a click sound when correctly inserted. Assembly and Removal of the Dust Canister Place the bottom of the dust canister on the projecting part at the front end of the cleaner, and press down the dust canister. When the front-end hook is entered into the corresponding part of the cleaner completely, and a click sound is heard, the dust canister is correctly inserted. To remove the dust canister, press down on the dust canister release button and then lift off the cleaner. 8.
9 Telescopic Tube and Floor Head Assembly Insert the front end of the hose handle into the telescopic tube. Then insert the other end of the telescopic tube into the rounded inlet of the floor head, and adjust to the proper direction. The cleaner is now ready to use. 9.Assembly
10 Instructions for Use Before using, unwind a sufficient length of power cable and insert the plug into the mains power supply. A yellow mark on the power cable shows the ideal cable length. Do not extend the cable beyond the blue mark. On/Off button 1. Press the on/off button to operate the cleaner. 2. To rewind the power cable, press the rewind button with one hand and guide the cable with the other hand to ensure that it does not whip, causing damage to the cable. Air escape button Suction Power Control 3. When the suction inlet becomes jammed by an object or blockage (due to large suction power), adjust the air escape button on the hose handle to control the suction force. 10.
11 Motor Protective Features 4. This appliance has been designed with a temperature controller which can automatically cut off the power supply of the motor to prevent overheating. When the air-inlet or air-outlet pipe is overloaded or blocked, the temperature of the motor rises hence the temperature controller cuts off the power supply to the motor automatically allowing the motor to cool, preventing the cleaner from being damaged. If the temperature controller is cut off, stop the cleaner immediately and pull out the power cable to allow the cleaner to cool, and check and remove the debris that is blocking the air inlet (this may be in the floor head, the hose or the spile), and replace the HEPA filter or filter gauze when required. After allowing the motor to cool for 30 minutes, plug in the power cable and check whether the temperature controller has been reset. If the power supply of the cleaner hasn t been cut off, the temperature controller of the motor won t be reset even when the motor has become cool. Accessories Carpet Hard Floors Ideal for daily cleaning on carpets and hard floors. Instructions for Use 11.
12 Maintenance Ensure the cleaner is not connected to the mains power supply when performing any maintenance procedures. Use a damp cloth and mild detergent when cleaning the appliance. Vacuum Cleaner Storage When not in use, ensure the cleaner is not connected to the mains power supply, and pull the power cable gently out of the power socket. Step on the automatic cord rewind button to reel in the power cable fully. Store the cleaner in a cool dry location. Dust Canister Cleaning Clean the dust canister only after the power cable of the cleaner has been removed from the mains power supply. Note: The clear canister can be removed from the cyclone by twisting the lid while holding the handle and the clear dust canister. Gently dust the cyclone with a soft brush to remove any dust that was not cleared when emptying the dust canister. Do not use water to clean the cyclone. 12.
13 Motor Filter Cleaning Warning: Ensure the cleaner is not connected to the mains power supply when performing any maintenance procedures. Press the dust canister release button to remove the dust canister from the cleaner. Remove the top cover on the canister and then remove the filter. The filter can be cleaned by using a brush under luke warm water. Alternatively a new filter can be used as a replacement. CAUTION: It is normal that the white central filter in the dust barrel may change colour, which will not affect its filtration performance. If the hose and the central filter are difficult to clean, it is recommended to use warm water to clean; ensure the filter is dry before reinstalling into the cleaner. Key Points: Please note: when the dust canister or the filter cover are not installed correctly, the cleaner will not function correctly. If the cleaner is not functioning correctly, check that the dust canister and the filter cover have been installed correctly. CAUTION: Ensure the suction passage is always unobstructed, otherwise the motor may overheat. Maintenance 13.
14 Maintenance (continued) Rear Motor Filter Replacement The rear motor filter is installed behind the air outlet grid, this filter is washable. When dust or dirt is visible on the surface of the filter, the filter should be replaced or washed with warm water to maintain efficient suction. It is required to clean and replace the filters for the motor, after they have been used for 6-12 months. Remember to ensure all filters have been correctly installed into the cleaner before using the cleaner. Key Points: The power supply of the cleaner must be cut off before replacing any filter! 14.
15 Troubleshooting Problems and Solutions If you come across a problem, please use the checklist of troubleshooting tips before ringing Hoover Customer Care. Fault The cleaner will not turn on. The vacuum performance is deteriorating. The cleaner makes an abnormal sound when switched on. Part Solutions Check that the power cable is inserted securely; remove from the power supply and then reinsert into the power supply. Check that the on/off switch is in the ON position. Check the appliance to ensure there are no blockages. Clear any blockages that may be found. Check that the air-inlet filter gauze is not dusty; frequently clean rubbish or replace air-inlet and air-outlet HEPA filters. Turn off the cleaner immediately. Check the appliance to ensure there are no blockages. Please clear any blockages that may be found. Please contact Hoover Customer Care: to find your local spare parts provider. Part Number Filter Set (includes inlet and outlet HEPA filters) Dust Canister Troubleshooting 15.
16 all-rounder Mini Compact Bagless Vacuum Cleaner Conditions of Warranty Your Hoover cleaner, in the case of domestic use, has a two year parts and labour warranty against product defects and failures when the product is used in accordance with the terms and conditions of this warranty statement. This warranty commences from the original date of purchase and is not transferable; please retain your original proof of purchase for any warranty claims. This warranty is valid only in the country where the cleaner is purchased. The cleaner must be operated in accordance with these instructions and used only for domestic household cleaning to remove DRY dirt and dust from household carpets, flooring and fabrics. This cleaner is not fit to be used as an industrial cleaner, and is not designed for the collection of vitreous building material including particle board, construction products and similar products such as wood/fibres, cement, fillers, fibre glass etc or excessive or frequent sand. The infrequent pick-up of these materials in these circumstances may be harmful to your cleaner and may void the manufacturer s warranty. Accessories and consumables including dust bags and filters, unless defective in manufacture, are not subject to this warranty. In order to prolong the life of accessories and consumables, regular care and maintenance is recommended. When properly used and cared for, your cleaner will render excellent service; refer to the instruction manual for further details, as misuse or failure to follow the instructions makes this warranty void. In the event of service or advice being needed, please contact Hoover Floorcare Asia Pacific Pty Ltd, Level 1, Building 2 Brandon Business Park, 530 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley Victoria 3150, or on , Monday-Friday 9am-5pm EST. The decision to repair or replace the cleaner is at the sole discretion of Hoover Floorcare. If Hoover Floorcare decide to repair or replace the cleaner, it will do so at its own cost. Hoover Floorcare is unable to accept responsibility under this warranty for any repair work not carried out by an authorised Hoover Service Agent or from the use of non-genuine parts. If any part is no longer available or manufactured, Hoover Floorcare will replace it with a genuine functional replacement part. This warranty does not apply to the cost of replacing any parts of the product due to normal wear and tear, alterations, improper installation, physical abuse, misuse or accidental damage. Any transportation costs involved in the repair of defective parts shall be borne by the claimant. If proof of purchase cannot be provided at the time of a warranty claim or service, any work carried out on the cleaner is chargeable. The repair or replacement of the cleaner under this warranty does not extend the original period of warranty. The benefits conferred by this warranty are in addition to all other rights and remedies in respect of the product as outlined under the Competition and Consumer Act and other State and Territory laws. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded in the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure. Call Hoover Floorcare with any product queries Australia New Zealand (09) To find out more about our range, visit: V1 10/13
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