Philips FC9130/02, FC9130/01, FC9130/20, FC9128/20, FC9128/01 User Manual [zh]

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Philips FC9130/02, FC9130/01, FC9130/20, FC9128/20, FC9128/01 User Manual






























Read these instructions for use carefully before using the appliance and save them for future reference.

Only use Philips s-bag` double-layer paper dustbags or the reusable dustbag, if provided (some versions only).

Never suck up water or any other liquid. Never suck up flammable substances and do not suck up ashes until they are cold.

Only allow children to operate the vacuum cleaner under close supervision.

Do not point the hose at the eyes or ears nor put it in your mouth when the vacuum cleaner is switched on and the hose is connected to the vacuum cleaner.

When the vacuum cleaner is used to suck up fine dust, the pores of the dustbag may become clogged, causing the passage of air through the dustbag to become obstructed.As a result, the dustbag-full indicator will indicate that the dustbag needs to be replaced, even though the dustbag is not full at all.

Never use the appliance without the Motor Protection Filter.This could damage the motor and shorten the life of the appliance.

Preparing for use

Connecting accessories


1To connect the hose, push it firmly into the appliance ('click').

2To disconnect the hose, push the buttons on the swivel and pull the hose out of the appliance (fig. 1).


There are two types of coupling systems. Depending on the type, this appliance is equipped with one of them. See the systems displayed in the following pictures.

Conical coupling (specific types only)

1Connect the tubes to the handgrip by inserting the narrow section into the wider section while turning it a little (fig. 2).

2To disconnect the tubes from the handgrip, pull while turning a little.

Button coupling (specific types only)

1Connect the tube to the handgrip by pressing the spring-loaded lock button on the handgrip and inserting the handgrip into the tube. Fit the spring-loaded lock button into the opening in the tube ('click') (fig. 3).

2To disconnect the tube from the handgrip, press the spring-loaded lock button and pull the handgrip out of the tube.

3Use the same method to connect and disconnect the other accessories. Telescopic tube (specific types only)

1Adjust the tube to the length you find most comfortable during vacuum cleaning (fig. 4). Tri-Active nozzle (specific types only)

1 The Tri-Active nozzle is a multi-purpose nozzle for carpets and hard floors (fig. 5).


-The side brushes catch more dust and dirt at the sides of the nozzle and allow you to clean better along furniture and other obstacles.

Hard floor setting:

2Push the rocker switch on top of the nozzle with your foot to make the brush strip come out of the housing.At the same time the wheel will be lifted to prevent scratching and to increase manoeuvrability (fig. 6).

Carpet setting:

3Push the rocker switch again to make the brush strip disappear into the nozzle housing.The wheel will be lowered automatically.

The opening at the front of the nozzle allows you to effectively suck up larger particles (fig. 7).

Reach & Clean nozzle (specific types only)

The Reach & Clean nozzle can be used on either carpets or hard floors.The nozzle can be put in 4 different positions, allowing you to also vacuum clean hard-to-reach places in an easy way.The nozzle can be turned 360 degrees clockwise as well as anticlockwise.When the nozzle is positioned lengthwise, the suction power is concentrated at the front side of the nozzle (fig. 8).

To adjust the nozzle to the type of floor and the area to be cleaned, put your foot on one of the indicated spots on the nozzle and then turn the tube until the nozzle is in the required position (fig. 9).

1With the nozzle positioned breadthwise and the brush strip folded out, you can clean large hard floor areas.Turn the tube until the brush strip pops out of the nozzle housing and the nozzle is positioned breadthwise (fig. 10).

2With the nozzle positioned lengthwise and the brush strip folded out, you can vacuum clean small hard floor areas.Turn the tube 90 degrees anticlockwise until the nozzle is positioned lengthwise with the brush strip still folded out of the nozzle housing (fig. 11).

3With the nozzle positioned breadthwise and the brush strip folded in, you can vacuum clean large soft floor areas.Turn the tube 90 degrees anticlockwise again to position the nozzle breadthwise and to make the brush strip disappear into the nozzle housing (fig. 12).

4With the nozzle positioned lengthwise and the brush strip folded in, you can vacuum clean small soft floor areas.Turn the tube 90 degrees anticlockwise again until the nozzle is positioned lengthwise with the brush strip still folded in (fig. 13).

Crevice tool, small nozzle and small brush

1Connect the crevice tool (1), the small nozzle (2) or the small brush (3) directly to the handgrip or to the tube (fig. 14).

Accessory holder

1The accessory holder can simply be snapped onto the handgrip (fig. 15).

There are two ways to store accessories in the accessory holder.

2The crevice tool and small nozzle can be stored in the accessory holder by pushing them

into the holder.To detach them, pull them out of the holder (fig. 16).

Please note the way in which the small nozzle must be placed in the accessory holder.




Instead of the small nozzle, the small brush can be stored in the accessory holder by pushing



it into the holder (fig. 17).

Animal brush (specific types only)

While combing your dog or cat with the animal brush, dirt, loose hairs and knots will be removed. Regular combing will keep the fur healthy.

1Connect the animal brush to the handgrip ('click') (fig. 18).

2Place the vacuum cleaner as far away from the dog or cat as possible. Set the suction power to the lowest setting.

3For optimal results, move the brush through the fur of the cat or dog in one direction.

4You can remove hairs from the animal brush by detaching it from the appliance and vacuum cleaning it (fig. 19).

Active Fragrance Control (specific types only)

The scent granules have been specially developed for use in your Philips vacuum cleaner. Only use the s-fresh` scent granules from Philips in your vacuum cleaner.

If the vacuum cleaner is equipped with Active Fragrance Control, keep it out of the reach of children. Don't let children play with the appliance. Store the vacuum cleaner in a locked cupboard if there are small children in the house.

These granules are not edible.

In case of eye contact, flush immediately with plenty of water.

Filling the cartridge

1Place your thumb and index finger on the sides of the cartridge. Remove the cartridge from the holder by pressing on the disc (fig. 20).

2Remove the cap of the cartridge by pulling while applying pressure on the small pressing points (fig. 21).

3Open the package at the small opening at the top.

4Fill the cartridge with the content of one whole package of scent granules.

5Close the cartridge by putting the cap back onto it ('click').

6Re-insert the cartridge into the holder ('click'). It only fits into the holder in one way (fig. 22).

Replace the granules when the cartridge no longer emits any fragrance. Setting the amount of fragrance

1You can set the amount of fragrance by turning the cartridge forwards (maximum emission) and backwards (minimum emission) (fig. 23).

2When you store the vacuum cleaner or don't want any fragrance to be emitted, close the cartridge by turning it backwards until the openings of the cartridge are no longer visible.

Using the appliance

Adjusting suction power

1You can adjust the suction power, while vacuum cleaning, with the slide control on top of the appliance (fig. 24).


2Use maximum suction power for vacuum cleaning very dirty carpets and hard floors.

3Use minimum power for vacuum cleaning curtains, table carpets, etc. Infrared remote control (specific types only)

1Place the batteries in the battery compartment (fig. 25). Make sure the - and + poles are pointing in the right direction.

With the infrared remote control you can set the suction power to one of 5 different suction power settings.When you switch the appliance on, it will always start running at the highest suction power setting.

2By pushing the - button, you will reduce the suction power by one setting (fig. 26).

3By pushing the + button, you will increase the suction power by one setting (fig. 27).

4Push the standby button to temporarily switch the vacuum cleaner off, for instance when you have to move some furniture (fig. 28).

5To continue vacuum cleaning, simply press the - button or the + button.The appliance will start operating at the previously selected suction power setting again.

Parking the tube

1By inserting the ridge on the nozzle into the parking slot, you can park the tube in a convenient position (fig. 29).


1You can put the appliance in upright position and attach the nozzle to the appliance by inserting the ridge on the nozzle into the slot (fig. 30).

2Always put the Tri-Active nozzle in carpet setting when you store it and prevent the side brushes from becoming bent.


The dustbag

1 Replace the dustbag as soon as the dustbag-full indicator changes colour (fig. 31).

The dustbag is full when the colour of the indicator has changed when the nozzle is not placed on the floor.

2Switch the appliance off.

3Open the cover by pulling it upwards (fig. 32).

Place your fingers at the front of the cover and press with your thumb on the ridge on top of the cover.

4 Lift the dustbag holder out of the appliance (fig. 33).

Make sure you hold the dustbag upright when lifting it out of the appliance.

5Remove the full dustbag from the holder by pulling the cardboard tag (fig. 34).

When you do this, the dustbag will be automatically sealed.

6Slide the cardboard of the new dustbag into the two grooves of the dustbag holder as far as possible. Re-insert the dustbag holder into the vacuum cleaner (fig. 35).

You cannot close the cover if no dustbag has been inserted.


The cotton dustbag (specific types only)

If provided, you can use the cotton dustbag instead of paper dustbags.The cotton dustbag can be used and emptied repeatedly.

1For removing and inserting the cotton dustbag, simply follow the instructions for replacing paper dustbags.

2To empty the cotton dustbag:

-Hold the dustbag over a dustbin.

-Remove the clip by sliding it off the dustbag sideways.

-Undo the metal hooks.

-Close the dustbag by fastening the metal hooks and sliding the clip back onto the bottom edge of the dustbag.

The mains cord

If the mains cord of the appliance is damaged, it must always be replaced by Philips or a service centre authorised by Philips, as special tools and/or parts are required.

Cleaning and maintenance of filters

Motor Protection Filter

Every time you empty or replace the dustbag, clean the Permanent Motor Protection Filter.

1Remove the dustbag holder with the dustbag (fig. 36).

2Take the Motor Protection Filter holder out of the appliance and clean the filter by shaking it over a dustbin (fig. 37).

3Press the filter holder with the clean filter firmly into place to ensure that it fits properly at the bottom (fig. 38).

4Place the dustbag holder with the dustbag back into the appliance. Activated Carbon Filter (specific types only)

Instead of with the Motor Protection Filter, some appliances are equipped with an Activated Carbon Filter.This filter neutralises smells produced by dirt in the dustbag.

1Replace the Activated Carbon Filter every 6 months or when you notice that smell absorption becomes less effective.

2To replace the Activated Carbon Filter, see the Motor Protection Filter section, above. Instead of cleaning the filter, you have to insert a new filter.

Motor Outlet Filter

The AFS Micro Filter located in the back of this appliance filters a large part of the smallest particles from the exhaust air by means of its electrostatically charged fibres.

1Replace the AFS Micro Filter every six months

2Open the filter grille (fig. 39).

3Remove the old filter (fig. 40).

4Insert the new filter into the appliance.

5Close the filter grille and push the left and right bottom corners until they snap home (fig. 41).

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