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Vacuum Cleaner

 

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Issue 2/05

 

 

Welcome to Kambrook and your new Jaguar Soarer Vacuum Cleaner.

At Kambrook we believe that the safe performance of our products is the first priority in any consumer product so that you, our valued customer, can confidently use and trust our products.

We ask that any electrical appliance that you use be operated in a sensible fashion with due care and attention placed on the following important operating instructions:

Read all instructions thoroughly before activating the appliance and retain them for future reference.

Ensure that the power source to be used is the same as the voltage requirements of the product.

Always switch the vacuum to off, then switch off at the power outlet, then unplug the vacuum when not in use and prior to cleaning the powerhead or replacing dust bags or filters.

Never use the vacuum without a dust bag or motor protection filter installed.

Never use the vacuum to vacuum hot ashes, broken glass, sharp objects or liquids.

Never use in the presence of explosive liquids or vapours.

Never vacuum up inflammable or poisonous liquids such as petrol, copier toner or other volatile substances. Never vacuum up acids, asbestos or asbestos dust.

This vacuum is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons unless

they are adequately supervised by a responsible person to ensure that they can use the vacuum safely.

Do not leave the appliance unattended when in use.Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.

Close supervision is required at all times when operating the vacuum near children.

Do not store or leave the vacuum near hot ovens or heating appliances.

This appliance is suitable for domestic use only. Do not use this appliance for anything other than its intended use.

Do not use or store outdoors.

Fully extend the cord (to the yellow or red tape mark) whenever the vacuum cleaner is in use.

The installation of a residual current device (safety switch) is recommended to provide additional safety protection when using electrical appliances. It is advisable that a safety switch with a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30mA be installed in the electrical circuit supplying the appliance. See your electrician for professional advice.

Regularly inspect the supply cord, plug and actual appliance for any damage. If found damaged in any way, immediately cease use of the appliance and return the entire appliance to the nearest authorised Kambrook service centre for examination, replacement or repair.

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Features of your Kambrook Jaguar SoarerVacuum

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Hose inlet connection point

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Motor protection filter (not shown)

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Cord rewind foot pedal

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360 degree crush proof hose

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On/off foot pedal

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Telescopic wand

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Park tool

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Motor driven powerhead

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On board tool storage lid release lever

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Crevice tool & brush attachments

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On board tool storage compartment

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Variable power control

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Dust bag compartment

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Cord storage outlet

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Dust bag full indicator

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Carry handle

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Dust bag compartment opening

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Multi terrain floor tool

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HEPA filter

 

 

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Using Your Kambrook Jaguar

Vacuum Cleaner

Remove all packaging from the unit, hose and other accessories; ensure that you have removed all of the accessories before discarding the packaging.

Ensure that the dust bag and filters are correctly fitted.

Locate the crush proof hose and push the connection point into the hose inlet connection on the top of the unit, until a “click” sound is heard.

Connect the wide end of the metal wand to the hose end, and push together firmly.

Fit the floor tool to the narrow end of the wand/s and push together firmly.

Fully extend the power cord by pulling the power plug (situated at the rear of the unit) out from the unit, until the red/yellow tape on the cord is shown.

ENSURE THAT YOU DO NOT OVER EXTEND THE POWER CORD – DO NOT EXTEND PAST THE RED/YELLOW WARNING TAPE ON THE CORD

Plug into a 230/240v power point and switch the power on.

To commence vacuuming push down on the on/off foot pedal, at the top, rear of the unit.

When vacuuming is complete, push down on the ‘on/off’ pedal to switch off.Turn the power off at the outlet and then remove the power cord from the power outlet (when removing plug from the power outlet grasp the plug not the cord).

To retract the cord push down on the ‘cord rewind’ pedal.

IMPORTANT: HOLD THE PLUG

END WHEN RETRACTING THE

CORD TO PREVENT IT FROM STRIKING YOU OR THE VACUUM.

ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE DUST BAG AND THE MOTOR PROTECTION FILTER ARE CORRECTLY FITTED. NEVER OPERATE WITHOUT THE DUST BAG OR FILTERS IN PLACE.

Variable Power Control

The variable power control slide switch is located on the top of the vacuum cleaner. Slide the control to the left for maximum power for vacuuming hard floor and carpet surfaces. Slide the control to the right at the minimum power level when using the crevice and brush tools.

Crevice and brush tool accessories

The crevice tool is ideal for vacuuming hard to reach places such as the edges along skirting boards.

The brush tools can be used to vacuum delicate surfaces and areas such as shelves and venetian blinds.

Set the variable temperature control between minimum and medium power when using the tool accessories.

Separate crevice and brush tools are located inside the on-boardtool storage compartment.The opening for this compartment is located directly below the hose connection inlet.To open place a

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finger inside the thumb groove and pull the compartment lid upwards.

Turn off the vacuum cleaner when changing any attachments.

Motor Driven Powerhead

The Jaguar Soarer Vacuum Cleaner features a floor tool which is powered by a dedicated motor giving additional power and brush bar speed for picking up dust, hair and dirt.

Always switch the vacuum off then switch off at the power outlet and inplug the vacuum prior to connecting the powerhead.

To connect the Powerhead, simply remove the multi-terrainfloor tool by pulling it off the wand. Connect the Powerhead floor tool to the narrow end of the wand and push together firmly. Insert the Powerhead cord into the marked ‘Powerhead’ inlet connection point on top of the vacuum cleaner, near the carry handle.

Fix the powerhead cord to the hose and the wand with the clips supplied.

WARNING: Do not operate the powerhead with the wand in the vertical (parking) position as this will cause damage to the unit.

IMPORTANT: ENSURE THE VACUUM CLEANER IS TURNED OFF AND UNPLUGGED FROM THE POWER OUTLET PRIOR TO CLEANING OR MAINTAINING THE POWERHEAD.

Dust bag indicator and changing the dust bag

The dust bag should be changed when full. The dust bag indicator window will gradually turn red as the bag fills up and when the dust bag indicator displays ‘red’ it is time to change the dust bag.

Always switch the vacuum off, then switch off at the power outlet and unplug prior to replacing dust bags or filters.

To remove the dust bag, ensure the unit is down on its wheels, remove the crush proof hose and push the ‘Dust bag compartment lid release lever’ underneath the handle. Once the lid has released, pull the top cover back.

HEPA filter

Filter holder

Dust bag holder

To remove the bag, grasp the top of dust bag and pull out, and dispose in a rubbish bin.

To place a new dust bag, take a fresh dust bag and with the arrow (printed on the material section of the dust bag) pointing down slide the material down into the dust bag holder, until it comes in contact with the bottom of the holder.

HINT: once the bag is inserted ‘puff-out’the bag as much as possible to ensure the full capacity of the bag can be taken up.

When vacuuming fine dust particles, the fine dust particles can clog the pores of

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the dust bag and the dust bag indicator will indicate full. If this happens the bag could appear relatively empty, however the bag will still need to be changed to avoid strain on the motor.

NOTE:The bag compartment lid may not close if the bag is not correctly fitted.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE THE UNIT WITHOUT A DUST BAG IN PLACE

Replacing filters

Filters must be cleaned from time to time to remove the fine dust particles that have been collected.This can be done by shaking them; however after approximately 5 dustbag changes the filters should be replaced.

Motor protection filter

The motor protection filter must always be in place when operating the vacuum otherwise damage to the motor may occur

To replace the motor protection filter – Remove the dustbag or pull the bag forward.The motor protection filter is located at the rear, right hand side of this inner chamber. Pull the filter upward to remove and push downwards to insert.

The HEPA filter must be replaced after multiple use. Lift the lid of the filter housing and lift the filter in an upward position.To replace the filter, place in a descending position lowering the filter until it is firmly in place.

Care and Maintenance

Always switch appliance off, then switch off at the power outlet and then unplug the appliance prior cleaning or replacing either filter.

To clean the outside of the unit, wipe the exterior with a soft, damp cloth. Never use an abrasive cleaner.

Check and replace both the motor protection and HEPA dust filters on a regular basis.

From time to time hair, cotton and other items may get caught in the brushes of the floor head.To remove such items, take a pair of scissors and cut across the cotton, hair, etc to loosen, then gently pull to remove.

NOTE: Do not continue to pull if the item/s does not easily come out as this may permanently damage the floor tools.

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KAMBROOK 2YEAR REPAIR WARRANTY

KAMBROOK warrants the purchaser

If the product includes one or a number of

against defects in workmanship and material,

accessories only the defective accessory

for a period of 2 years from the date

or product will be replaced.

of purchase (3 months commercial use).

In Australia, this KAMBROOK Guarantee

 

Guarantee and purchase receipt for this

is additional to the conditions and

product are to be retained as proof

guarantees which are mandatory as

of purchase and must be presented

implied by the Trade Practices Act 1974

if making a claim under the terms of the

and State Territory legislation.

KAMBROOK guarantee.

For service, spare parts or product

 

KAMBROOK reserves the right to repair

information in Australia, please call

the appliance within the warranty period.

KAMBROOK on the customer Service

Warranty does not apply to any defect,

Line (free call) 1800 800 634.

 

 

deterioration, loss or injury or damage

For service, spare parts or product

occasioned by, or as a result of the misuse

information in New Zealand,

or abuse, negligent handling or if the product

please call KAMBROOK New Zealand,

has not been used in accordance with the

Greenmount, Auckland Phone 09 271 3980

instructions. Items subject to wear and

Fax 0800 288 513. For spare parts phone

tear, such as filters, bags, accessories and

09 271 3980.

 

drive belts, are not covered by this

If claiming under this guarantee the product

warranty.The guarantee excludes

must be returned to freight prepaid.

breakages and consumables.

 

 

This warranty is void if there is evidence

 

 

of the product being tampered with by

 

 

unauthorised persons.

 

 

YOUR PURCHASE RECORD (Please complete)

Attach a copy of

 

 

purchase receipt here.

DATE OF PURCHASE______________________________________________________

MODEL NUMBER ________________________________________________________

SERIAL NUMBER (If applicable) ______________________________________________

 

Please don’t return purchase record

PURCHASED FROM

unless you are making a claim

Kambrook 461 Plummer Street, Port Melbourne 3207, Australia

Customer Service Line (free call) 1800 800 634 Customer Service Fax 1800 621 337 Kambrook New Zealand, Private Bag 94411, Greenmount, Auckland, New Zealand Customer Service Line/Spare Parts 09 271 3980 Customer Service Fax 0800 288 513

 

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Due to continual improvement in design or otherwise, the product you purchase may differ slightly from the one illustrated in this book. Issue 2/05