Fantom Vacuum FS800 User Manual.pdf

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replacing in unit.
replacing in unit.
hours for drying before
hours for drying before
Warning: Allow 24
Warning: Allow 24
Wash once a month or when suction appears reduced
Wash once a month or when suction appears reduced
Fig. A
Fig. A

Model FS800

Bagless Stick Vac

Filter Care

Warning: To reduce the risk of electric shock, the power cord must be disconnected before cleaning, changing the HEPA-TYPE filter, or performing maintenance/trouble shooting checks.

Cleaning & Changing the HEPA-

TYPE Dust Cup Filter

1.After you have emptied the dust from the Dust Cup (container), separate the debris screen from the HEPAType filter cartridge by grasping the debris screen with one hand and the filter frame with the other and pull apart.

Debris Screen HEPA-TYPE

Filter

2.Rinse the debris screen under the faucet until clean. Allow to air dry or dry with a clean dish towel. Do NOT wash in dishwasher.

3.To clean the HEPA-Type filter cartridge, hold filter by frame flange and tap filter on the inside wall of a dust container (garbage can).

Ensure that you do not damage the pleated filter material during cleaning. Also note that discoloration occurs during use. This does NOT affect the filter’s performance.

4.Reassemble the debris screen to the HEPA-Type filter cartridge and replace into dust cup (container). Ensure that the filter assembly is completely seated inside the dust cup (container).

5.Attach the dust cup (container) to the vacuum.

Important: Do NOT use the HEPAType filter cartridge without the debris screen in place.

PLEASE NOTE: The white pleated filter material in the HEPA-TYPE Filter will discolor over time -This is NORMAL and will NOT affect the performance of the filter. If the HEPATYPE Filter

is properly cleaned

after each use and suction does not return to 100%, then we suggest that the HEPA-TYPE Filter be cleaned vigorously until no more dust can be removed,

then rinsed under the faucet and allowed to air dry for 24 hours before replacing into the vacuum. (Fig. A)

This should be done once a month or when suction appears to be reduced .

NOTE: If you wash the HEPA-TYPE filter, make sure that it has completely air dried for 24 hours before inserting back in the vacuum.

Warning: Always empty the dust cup and clean the HEPA-Type dust cup before each use and during prolonged usage. Never over fill the dust cup -

remove dirt and clean the HEPA-Type dust cup filter during prolonged usage or risk motor damage. Make sure that the debris screen and the HEPA-TYPE filter have completely air dried before replacing into the vacuum.

Model FS800

Bagless Stick Vac

Filter Care

Warning: To reduce the risk of electric shock, the power cord must be disconnected before cleaning, changing the HEPA-TYPE filter, or performing maintenance/trouble shooting checks.

Cleaning & Changing the HEPA-

TYPE Dust Cup Filter

1.After you have emptied the dust from the Dust Cup (container), separate the debris screen from the HEPAType filter cartridge by grasping the debris screen with one hand and the filter frame with the other and pull apart.

Debris Screen HEPA-TYPE

Filter

2.Rinse the debris screen under the faucet until clean. Allow to air dry or dry with a clean dish towel. Do NOT wash in dishwasher.

3.To clean the HEPA-Type filter cartridge, hold filter by frame flange and tap filter on the inside wall of a dust container (garbage can).

Ensure that you do not damage the pleated filter material during cleaning. Also note that discoloration occurs during use. This does NOT affect the filter’s performance.

4.Reassemble the debris screen to the HEPA-Type filter cartridge and replace into dust cup (container). Ensure that the filter assembly is completely seated inside the dust cup (container).

5.Attach the dust cup (container) to the vacuum.

Important: Do NOT use the HEPAType filter cartridge without the debris screen in place.

PLEASE NOTE: The white pleated filter material in the HEPA-TYPE Filter will discolor over time -This is NORMAL and will NOT affect the performance of the filter. If the HEPATYPE Filter

is properly cleaned

after each use and suction does not return to 100%, then we suggest that the HEPA-TYPE Filter be cleaned vigorously until no more dust can be removed,

then rinsed under the faucet and allowed to air dry for 24 hours before replacing into the vacuum. (Fig. A)

This should be done once a month or when suction appears to be reduced .

NOTE: If you wash the HEPA-TYPE filter, make sure that it has completely air dried for 24 hours before inserting back in the vacuum.

Warning: Always empty the dust cup and clean the HEPA-Type dust cup before each use and during prolonged usage. Never over fill the dust cup -

remove dirt and clean the HEPA-Type dust cup filter during prolonged usage or risk motor damage. Make sure that the debris screen and the HEPA-TYPE filter have completely air dried before replacing into the vacuum.