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EC-S5170 EC-T5180 EC-T5180A EC-T5180B

OPERATION MANUAL

VACUUM CLEANER

CONTENTS

PAGE

• IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ....

2

• PARTS IDENTIFICATION ...........................

4

• SPECIFICATIONS ........................................

4

• OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...................

6

• MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS ..............

10

• REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS .............

15

• BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE ...........

18

• DESCRIPTION OF ACCESSORIES ..........

19

• CONSUMER LIMITED WARRANTY ..........

20

• SPANISH DIGEST .......................................

21

Thank you very much for buying SHARP

Before using your SHARP vacuum cleaner, please read this operation manual carefully to obtain the optimum performance from your vacuum cleaner.

1

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

When using an electrical vacuum cleaner, basic precautions should always be followed including the following:

Read all instructions carefully before using this vacuum cleaner.

WARNING / To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:

1 Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces.

2 Do not leave vacuum cleaner unattended when plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before user-servicing.

3 Close supervision is necessary when used by or near children. Do not allow this vacuum to be used as a toy.

4 Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturers recommended attachments.

5 Never operate this vacuum cleaner if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped, damaged, exposed to weather or dropped into water.

Return the vacuum cleaner to a Sharp Authorized Servicer in the United States for examination and repair.

6 Do not pull or carry this vacuum cleaner by the power cord. Do not use the power cord as a handle, close a door on the cord, or pull the cord around sharp edges or corners. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.

7 Do not run the vacuum over the cord. Running over the cord may damage the insulation resulting in an electrical short. If the insulation is damaged, immediately remove the plug from the electrical outlet and bring the vacuum to a Sharp Authorized Servicer.

8 Never disconnect the plug by pulling on the cord. To disconnect from an outlet, grasp the plug, not the cord.

9 Never operate this vacuum cleaner with any air opening blocked. Keep the air openings free of dust, lint, hair and any other similar material.

10

11

12

Never drop or insert any object into any opening.

Keep hair, face, fingers and loose clothing away from all openings, the agitator and any moving parts.

Do not use this vacuum cleaner to pick up the following objects:

a.flammable objects: lit cigarettes, hot ashes, lit matches, toner or similar materials.

b.sharp objects: razor blades, broken glass, needles, pins, nails or similar materials.

c.very fine dust: plaster, cement, cooking flour, etc.

2

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

13

Never operate this vacuum cleaner without the dirt compartment and filters in place.

Empty the dirt compartment before reaching the “Max Fill Line” and clean the filters

often.

14

15

16

17

Before removing the plug from the outlet, turn all controls to the “OFF” position.

Use extra caution when cleaning on stairs.

Never handle plug, cord or vacuum cleaner with wet hands.

Never touch the underside of the vacuum cleaner when it is plugged in. The rotating agitator may cause injury.

18 Do not use in presence of flammable or combustible liquids or fumes.

19 Do not place heavy objects on the vacuum cleaner.

20 Do not step on the hose or pull the hose forcibly.

21 Do not pick up objects such as waste paper, plastic sheets, tissue paper or wrappings which may clog the hose and filters. Do not pick up a large amount of dust at once. This may clog the filters and rapidly reduce the performance of the vacuum cleaner.

22 Do not expose this vacuum cleaner to high temperatures while operating or during 23 storage.

24 Store this vacuum cleaner in a dry place.

25 Use the carrying handle on the back of the body to carry this vacuum cleaner. Before servicing this vacuum cleaner, allow all parts to cool.

CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, this vacuum cleaner has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). This

plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not change the plug in any way.

WARNING: This vacuum contains a motor protection system to maximize the motor life. It is designed to shut off to avoid

overheating in case of a blockage or clogged filter. If the protection device is activated, the vacuum stops without turning off the switch. If this happens, turn off the vacuum and unplug the cleaner.

Please empty the dirt compartment, clean the net filter with water and check the main filter. After approximately 30 minutes the motor will have cooled and the vacuum will be ready to use. Operating this vacuum with clogged or dirty filters may cause the vacuum to overheat. Please clean the filters regularly.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

This vacuum cleaner is intended for household use only.

3

PARTS IDENTIFICATION

FRONT

Cord Clip

Extension Wands and

Crevice Tool

Handle Screw

Main Filter (Inside)

Suction Hose

Rug / Floor Selector

Pedal

Head Cover

SPECIFICATIONS

FEATURES

INPUT

HEAD LIGHT

MODEL

(Amp)

 

EC-S5170

12.0

YES

EC-T5180

 

 

EC-T5180A

12.0

YES

EC-T5180B

 

 

Power Control (EC-T5180 series only)

Dirt Compartment

Max Fill Line

Head Light

Handle Release

Bumper

Extra Hose (EC-T5180 series only)

POWER

CORD

CONTROL

LENGTH

NO

24 Ft

YES

35 Ft

4

REAR

Dirt Compartment

Handle (Upper)

Dirt Compartment

Handle (Lower)

Dirt Compartment

Max Fill Line

Exhaust Filter (Inside)

Bumper

Cord Storage Hook

Carrying Handle

Power Cord

Upholstery Tool with

Detachable Brush

Name Plate

ON/OFF Switch

WARNING:

Operate vacuum cleaner only at the voltage specified on the nameplate.

5

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

HOW TO ATTACH THE HANDLE TO VACUUM CLEANER

1 First remove the handle screw. Then slide the base of the handle to the body of the vacuum cleaner as shown. (Fig. 1)

Handle

2 Line up the hole on the handle with the hole on the side of the vacuum cleaner and insert the screw. (Fig. 2)

Be sure the screw is tightened securely.

Handle

Slide

Handle screw

Handle screw

Fig.2

Fig.1

HOW TO WIND POWER CORD

1 Insert the power cord in the clip located on handle as shown. (Fig. 3)

Clip

Fig.3

2 Wrap excess cord around the cord storage hooks to prevent dragging and any interference with cleaning. (Fig. 4)

Upper cord storage hook

Lower hook

Fig.4

HOW TO RELEASE POWER CORD

Rotate the upper cord storage hook downward for quick cord release. (Fig. 5)

Upper cord storage hook

Fig.5

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HOW TO RELEASE THE HANDLE

Place foot on the left side of the nozzle head and pull the handle to release.(Fig.6)

Upright Position

Push the handle forward so it is locked in upright position. In this position, agitator brush stop autmatically by "Agitator Safety Mechanism".

NOTE: Agitator Safety Mechanism

The brush is stopped by Agitator Safety Mechanism to prevent damage of rug or floor during operation in upright position.

Fig.6

HOW TO OPERATE "RUG" /"FLOOR"SELECTOR PEDAL

The Rug / Floor selector pedal is located at the right side of the head.

Select the pedal position for appropriate ate flooring. (Fig.7)

"RUG" POSITION

In this position, agitator brush is rotating and vacuums from the main duct for rug and carpet cleaning.

"RUG" POSITION

"FLOOR" POSITION

Fig.7

Front channel for barefloor or flat surface cleaning

"FLOOR" POSITION (Bare Floor Position)

In this position, agitator brush is stopped and vacuums from the front channel of the nozzle head for barefloor or flat surface cleaning.(Fig.8)

Agitator

Main Duct for rug

and carpet cleaning

 

 

Fig.8

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

ON/OFF SWITCH

At the back lower left of vacuum cleaner. The ON/OFF switch is located. (Fig.9)

ON/OFF Switch

Fig.9

POWER CONTROL SWITCH (EC-T5180 series only)

A slide switch allows selection of cleaning power from low "L" to high "H". To increase the suction power; slide the switch toward the "H" position.

To decrease the suction power, slide the switch toward the "L" position. (Fig.10)

HIGH: Greatest suction power for heavy vacuuming jobs. Medium power levels are positioned between "H" and "L".

LOW: Low suction power for delicate cleaning jobs.

POWER HIGH

LOW

Fig.10

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HOW TO USE THE ON BOARD TOOLS

CREVICE TOOL

For door tracks, narrow spots, etc.(Fig.12)

EXTENSION WANDS

For reaching ceilings, curtains, etc.(Fig.13) Combine these wands at the end of suction hose. (Fig.14-1)

When connecting two wands, match the illustrated mark to each other.(Fig.14-2)

SUCTION HOSE

For using ON BOARD tools, remove the suction hose from the nozzle head. (Fig.11)

UPHOLSTERY TOOL WITH DETACHABLE BRUSH

Use the brush for upholstered furniture, table tops, books, lamps, baseboards, etc. (Fig.16) Use without the brush for draperies,

mattresses, clothing, carpeted stairs, etc. Fig.11 (Fig.15)

Fig.14-1

Fig.14-2

Pull to Detach brush from tool

Fig.12

Fig.13

Turn to adjust cleaning angle

Fig.15

Fig.16

 

 

 

 

HEAT PROTECTION SYSTEM

This vacuum cleaner has a special thermostat that protects the motor from overheating. If the vacuum cleaner suddenly shuts off, turn off the vacuum and unplug the cleaner. Check the vacuum cleaner for a possible source of overheating such as a full dirt compartment or clogged filters. If these conditions are found, empty the dirt compartment and clean the filters (see pages 10 and 11) or replace if necessary (see page 15). To maintain the best performance of your vacuum cleaner, we recommend emptying the dirt compartment before the dirt reaches the “Max Fill Line” and clean the filters.

9

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

Unplug this vacuum cleaner from the electrical outlet before servicing.

HOW TO REMOVE AND REPLACE DIRT COMPARTMENT

DIRT COMPARTMENT

The dirt compartment assembly consists of the following parts:

Dirt Compartment Release

Upper Handle

Filter Compartment

Air Duct

Net Filter Assembly

Lower Handle

Max Fill Line

Dirt Compartment

Rectangular Groove

Filter Clamp

Top Handle Grip

Filter Cover

Main Filter

Filter Compartment

Fig.17

Fig.18

1 Press down dirt compartment release button to remove dirt compartment from vacuum cleaner. (Fig.19)

 

Fig.19

Hold lower handle on dust cup and turn top

 

2 handle grip slightly to left Remove net filter

2

assembly from dirt compartment. (Fig.20)

 

1

Net Filter

OPEN/CLOSE marks are at the

Assembly

side of the Filter Compartment. OPEN CLOSE

 

 

Air Duct

Dirt Compartment

Fig.20

 

10

3 Empty dirt compartment. (Fig.21)

Fig.21

Replace the net filter assembly into the dirt

4 compartment.

 

 

Be sure to match the

marks of the Filter

Compartment and Dust Cup.

Upper Handle

OPEN CLOSE

Air Duct

 

 

Fig.22

Align the projection of net filter assembly

 

Net Filter

 

assembly

5 to the slot of dirt compartment and follow

 

Projection

the arrow to fit or turn to CLOSE side.

 

 

 

 

 

Slot

 

 

Fig.23

Dirt Compartment

 

 

STEP 2

Align the rectangular groove to the guide

Rectangular

 

6 of vacuum cleaner then push to snap

Mark

Groove

into place. (Fig.24)

 

 

 

Also marks are on Dust Compartment

STEP 1

and Base.

Guide

 

 

 

Fig.24

Mark

CAUTION: Do not use chemicals, bleach or hot water to clean the dirt compartment. Wash with soap and water using a soft brush. Do not dry with hair dryer or heater.

NOTE: Very fine materials, such as face powder, plaster or fine powder may seal the filters and cause loss of suction. When vacuuming this type of material, be sure to empty the dirt compartment and clean the filters more frequently (before reaching the “Max Fill Line”).

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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

HOW TO CLEAN THE NET FILTER ASSEMBLY

1

Slide net filter assembly out of dirt compartment.

2

 

 

(Fig.25)Unscrew the filter element from the assembly.

3

 

 

Wipe excess dust from the net filter.

4

 

Unscrew

 

Wash net filter with water, using a soft sponge.

5

 

 

Allow net filter assembly to completely dry before

replacing it, then insert it into the dirt

compartment.

CAUTION: Do not use chemicals, bleach or hot water to clean the dirt compartment. Wash with water using a soft sponge. Do not dry with hair dryer or heater.

Net Filter

Filter

Assembly

Fig.25

HOW TO CLEAN THE MAIN FILTER

1

Hold the top handle glip, and release the filter

Filter Clamp

clamp then remove the filter cover to open.

 

 

 

Filter Cover

2

filter.Remove main filter from the filter box and scrub the

Top Handle Grip

3

Wash the filter with soap and water.

Latch Portion

4

Allow the filter to completely dry before putting

 

back in the filter compartment.

Filter

 

 

5

Replace the filter cover onto the filter compartment,

Compartment

 

interlocking the latch portions.

 

Main Filter

Fig.26

CAUTION: Do not use a washing machine for cleaning. Do not dry with hair dryer or heater. Be sure the filter is set in the right position.

NOTE: For maximum performance we recommend to clean this filter every time you empty the dirt compartment.

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WHEN YOU FOUND ANY OBSTACLES IN THE HEAD COVER OR FRONT CHANNEL

If you find some obstacles such as hair, paper slip, are caught inside the head cover or front channel, please try to remove with suction hose of this vacuum cleaner. (Fig.27)

If this is not enough cleaning, please use some wooden stick for picking, or removing bottom plate and / or head cover for cleaning.

Suction Hose

Front channel

Fig.27

HOW TO REMOVE / AND RESET THE BOTTOM PLATE

Before replacing any parts, unplug the vacuum

Four Screws

cleaner from the electrical outlet and release the

 

handle. Then turn the vacuum cleaner over,

 

exposing the underside.

 

REMOVE

Loosen the bottom plate by unscrewing four screws, (Fig. 28) then remove the bottom plate.

Fig.28

RESET

Make sure that all the parts are properly position.

1 Insert the front three tabs of the bottom plate into the grooves at the front end of the nozzle head, then reset the bottom plate. (Fig. 29)

2 Fasten four screws.

Three Tabs

Fig.29

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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

HOW TO REMOVE THE HEAD COVER

If you find excess dirt or obstructions under the head cover, you can remove the head cover. The head cover is secured by two screws from the bottom side.

1 Remove the bottom plate, following the instructions on page 13.

Top Tab

2 Remove the agitator assembly and the belt, following the instructions on page17.

3 Unscrew(Fig.31) two screws at the nozzle head.

4 Lift the top tab of the head cover and remove.

Head Cover

Fig.30

Two screws secure the head cover

Fig.31

5 When resetting the head cover, be sure to fit the three front tabs in the nozzle head.

Three Front Tabs

Fig.32

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REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS

HOW TO REPLACE THE HEADLIGHT LAMP

Unplug the vacuum cleaner from the electrical outlet.

Center Screw

1

Remove the dirt compartment.

 

2

Unscrew the center screw. (Fig.33)

 

3

Lift the lamp cover. (Fig.34)

 

4

Lamp cover

 

Remove the lamp from the socket by pushing in

 

gently and turning counterclockwise. (Fig. 35)

Fig.33

 

 

5

Install the new lamp by pushing it gently into the

Lift

 

socket and turning clockwise. (Fig. 35)

 

 

Use any standard bayonet base vacuum cleaner

 

 

lamp rated 125V, 20W.

 

6

Replace the Lamp cover and secure with the

Fig.34

 

 

screw.

 

 

2

 

 

1

 

 

2

 

 

1

 

 

 

Fig.35

HOW TO REPLACE THE MAIN FILTER

Basically, the main filter can be used throughout the life of the vacuum cleaner.

If you chose to replace main filter, please refer to the maintenance instructions on page 12 which explain how to remove and replace filter.

Filter Cover

Main Filter

Filter Clamp

Top Handle

Grip

Latch Portion

Fig.36

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REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS

HOW TO MAINTAIN OR REPLACE THE EXHAUST FILTERS

The exhaust filter consists of an electrostatic HEPA Type filter. (EC-S5170) HEPA Filter (EC-T5180 series)

The HEPA Type filter should be replaced at least every 10 months to maintain efficient filtration. (EC-S5170)

HEPA Filter(EC-T5180 series) can be washed with running water.

How to remove/set the filter.

 

Exhaust Filter

1 Remove the dirt compartment.

 

Case

 

 

2 Unscrew the center screw. (Fig.37)

 

 

 

 

Lamp cover

Fig.37

3

Lift the lamp cover. (Fig.37)

Lift

 

 

 

4 Lift the exhaust filter case.(Fig.38)

Fig.38

5

 

At the botton of the case HEPA type filter (EC-

 

S5170) or HEPA filter(EC-T5180) is placed.

6

 

 

 

HEPA Filter (EC-T5180 series) can be washed

with running water.

 

 

After washing it, please dry completely in the air.

 

Do not use hair dryer or other heating machine.

7

 

 

 

 

Replace the filter as before and set the

 

filter case and lamp cover.

8 Secure the center screw.

Show Green Net Side

Fig.39

Filter case

HEPA filter (EC-T5180 series)

HEPA Type Filter (EC-S5170) (Replace type)

Fig.40

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HOW TO REPLACE THE BELT AND OR AGITATOR ASSEMBLY

When replacing the belt, always set the RUG/FLOOR Selector pedal in the "FLOOR" position.

1

After removing the bottom plate (see page 13)

to determine if the belt or the agitator is worn or

 

broken.

2

 

 

 

 

Pull out the agitator and then remove the flat

belt from the motor shaft. (Fig. 42)

 

 

Flat Belt

3

 

 

 

Loop the (new) belt around the motor shaft and

(new) agitator as shown. (Fig. 42)

Motor Shaft

Agitator Assembly

Main Pulley Fig.41

Idler Pulley

4 Then re-insert the (new) agitator assembly, making sure that both ends of the agitator assembly fit in the groove of the nozzle head. (Fig. 43) Be sure to install the new flat belt into the belt guide properly. (Fig. 43)

Motor Shaft

5

Be sure that the flat belt is not twisted and all

rotating parts move smoothly. (Fig.43)

And secure the bottom plate with four screws. (see page 13)

Main Pulley

Idler Pulley

Flat Belt

Arrow

(To insert the agitator assembly into the nozzle head, follow the Arrow

direction as indicated.)

Fig.42

Belt Guide

Agitator Groove

Fig.43

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BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE

If you experience any difficulties with your vacuum cleaner, use this Troubleshooting Chart first before requesting service.

NOTE:

Always remember to have the vacuum cleaner turned OFF and disconnect the plug from the power outlet before working on the vacuum cleaner.

TROUBLESHOOTING CHART

Problem

Check

Possible Remedy

Motor does not start when

Check if the power cord plug

Insert the plug properly into

the power switch is in the

is completely inserted into

the outlet.

ON position.

the outlet.

 

 

 

 

The agitator does not ro-

Be sure the flat belt is not sev-

Replace the flat belt or install

tate when the power

ered or installed incorrectly.

it properly.

switch is in the ON posi-

Be sure the "RUG/FLOOR"

 

tion.

pedal is in "Rug".

 

 

 

 

Suction power is weak or

Check if the nozzle head, suc-

Remove any foreign objects

decreases suddenly.

tion hose, etc. is clogged.

that may have become

 

 

jammed in the nozzle head,

 

 

suction hose, etc.

 

 

 

Please request service if the problem still persists or if the problem is not defined in the Troubleshooting Chart.

FOR CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE

To aid in reporting this vacuum cleaner in case of loss or theft, please record below the model number and serial number located on this unit. We also suggest you record all the information listed and retain for future reference.

MODEL NUMBER

 

 

SERIAL NUMBER

 

 

DATE OF PURCHASE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dealer

 

 

 

Telephone

 

 

 

 

 

 

Service Station

 

 

Telephone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO PHONE: Dial 1-800-BE-SHARP (1-800-237-4277) for:

SERVICE (for your nearest Sharp Authorized Servicer)

PARTS (for your Authorized Parts Distributor)

ACCESSORIES

ADDITIONAL CUSTOMER INFORMATION

TO WRITE: For service problems, warranty information, missing items and other assistance:

Sharp Electronics Corporation

Customer Assistance Center 1300 Naperville Drive Romeoville, IL 60446-1091

Please provide the following information when you write or call: model number, serial number, date of purchase, your complete mailing adress (including zip code), your daytime telephone number (including area code) and description of the problem.

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DESCRIPTION OF ACCESSORIES

For replacement accessories, contact your local dealer or call the Sharp Accessories and Supply Center at 1-800-642-2122, or visit Sharp’s web site at www.sharp-usa.com.

 

ITEM

PARTS DESCRIPTION

PART NUMBER

 

 

 

 

1

FLAT BELT

EC-02BU3 (2 PCS IN 1 PACK )

 

 

 

 

2

EXHAUST FILTER (EC-S5170)

EC-01MU14 (HEPA Type)

 

 

 

 

3

EXHAUST FILTER (EC-T5180 series)

EC-01MU13 (HEPA Filter)

 

 

 

 

4

MAIN FILTER

EC-01MU12

 

 

 

 

For other parts, please contact your nearest Sharp Dealer. If your dealer does not stock these parts, you may order them by calling 1-800-BE-SHARP

ITEM

PARTS DESCRIPTION

PART NUMBER

5

LAMP

RLMP-A003VBE0

 

6

EXTENSION WAND (Inner)

PPIPPA164VBFC

 

7

EXTENSION WAND (Outer)

PPIPPA163VBFE

 

8

CREVICE TOOL

UCATSA057VBFE

 

9

AGITATOR ASSEMBLY

DRTR-A018VBKZ

 

10

UPHOLSTERY TOOL

FCAT-A102VBKZ

 

11

DETACHABLE BRUSH

PBRS-A061VBEB

 

12

NET FILTERS

FDUC-A019VBKA

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

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CONSUMER LIMITED WARRANTY

SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the first consumer purchaser that this Sharp brand product (the “Product”), when shipped in its original container, will be free from defective workmanship and materials, and agrees that it will, at its option, either repair the defect or replace the defective Product or part thereof with a new or remanufactured equivalent at no charge to the purchaser for parts or labor for the period(s) set forth below.

This warranty does not apply to any appearance items of the Product nor to the additional excluded item(s) set forth below nor to any Product the exterior of which has been damaged or defaced, which has been subjected to improper voltage or other misuse, abnormal service or handling, or which has been altered or modified in design or construction.

In order to enforce the rights under this limited warranty, the purchaser should follow the steps set forth below and provide proof of purchase to the servicer.

The limited warranty described herein is in addition to whatever implied warranties may be granted to purchasers by law. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR USE ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD(S) FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE SET FORTH BELOW. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.

Neither the sales personnel of the seller nor any other person is authorized to make any warranties other than those described herein, or to extend the duration of any warranties beyond the time period described herein on behalf of Sharp.

The warranties described herein shall be the sole and exclusive warranties granted by Sharp and shall be the sole and exclusive remedy available to the purchaser. Correction of defects, in the manner and for the period of time described herein, shall constitute complete fulfillment of all liabilities and responsibilities of Sharp to the purchaser with respect to the Product, and shall constitute full satisfaction of all claims, whether based on contract, negligence, strict liability or otherwise. In no event shall Sharp be liable, or in any way responsible, for any damages or defects in the Product which were caused by repairs or attempted repairs performed by anyone other than an authorized servicer. Nor shall Sharp be liable or in any way responsible for any incidental or consequential economic or property damage. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you.

THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

Model Specific Section

Your Product Model Number &

Description:

Warranty Period for This Product:

Additional Item(s) Excluded from Warranty Coverage (if any):

Where to Obtain Service:

What to Do to Obtain Service:

EC-S5170, EC-T5180,T5180A. or T5180B Home Use Vacuum Cleaner.

(Be sure to have this information available when you need service for your product.)

One (1) year parts and labor.

Appearance items of the product, accessories, filters, or any printed materials.

At a Sharp Authorized Servicer located in the United States. To find the location of the nearest Sharp Authorized Servicer, call Sharp toll free at 1-800-BE-SHARP.

Ship prepaid or carry in your Product to a Sharp Authorized Servicer. Be sure to have Proof of Purchase available. If you ship the Product, be sure it is insured and packaged securely.

TO OBTAIN SUPPLY, ACCESSORY OR PRODUCT INFORMATION, CALL 1-800-BE-SHARP.

SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION

Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2135

SHARP CORPORATION

Osaka, Japan

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ASPIRADORA

INSTRUCCIONES DE OPERACION

INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD IMPORTANTES

Cuando utilice un aparato eléctrico, deben seguirse siempre las precauciones básicas, incluyendo lo siguiente:

Lea todas las instrucciones cuidadosamente antes de usar esta aspiradora.

Para reducir el peligro de incendio, descargas eléctricas o

ADVERTENCIA / daños:

1 Pueden ocurrir descargas eléctricas si se utiliza en exteriores o superficies mojadas.

2 No deje el aparato desatendido cuando esté enchufado. Desenchú felo del tomacorriente cuando no lo utilice y antes de realizar el servicio.

3 Deberá tenerse mucho cuidado cuando se utilice por o cerca de niños.

No deje que sea utilizado como un juguete.

4 Utilice el aparato sólo para su uso especifico como se describe en este manual.

Utilice sólo los accesorios recomendados por el fabricante.

5 No opere nunca este aparato si el cable o clavija están dañados; si no funciona correctamente; si se ha caido al suelo danãdo, expuesto al aire libre o se ha caído en el agua. Retorne el aparato a un distribuidor o tienda de servicio autorizado de Sharp en los Estados Unidos para su examinación y reparación.

6 No tire ni mueva el aparato por el cable de alimentación, no utilice el cable de alimentación como manija, no cierre una puerta con el cable entre medio ni tire del cable en esquinas o bordes puntiagudos.

Mantenga el cable alejado de superficies calientes.

No haga pasar el aparato por encima del cable.

7 No desconecte nunca la clavija tirando del cable. Para desconectarlo de un tomacorriente, sujete la clavija, no el cable.

8 No opere nunca el aparato con ninguna abertura de aire bloqueada. Mantenga las aberturas de aire libres de polvo, pelusa, pelos y otros materiales similares.

Cuando el filtro principal se ensucie, lávelo con agua. Los filtros deben limpiarse completamente antes de volverse a usar.

9 No inserte nunca ningún objeto en ninguna abertura.

10 Mantenga el pelo, cara, dedos y ropas flojas alejadas de las aberturas, tales como la del agitador y todas las partes móviles.

11 No recoja cigarrillos encendidos, cenizas calientes, cerillas ni materiales similares, cuchillas, agujas, pasadores u otros objetos afilados.

12 No opere nunca el aparato sin el compartimento para polvo y los filtros en su lugar.

13 Antes de extraer la clavija del tomacorriente, desconecte todos los controles.

14 Tenga mucho cuidado cuando limpie escaleras.

15 No maneje nunca la clavija, cable o aparato con las manos húmedas.

16 No toque el agitador mientras está girando.

17 No utilice el aparato cerca de líquidos o humos inflamables o combustibles.

18 No coloque objetos pesados en la aspiradora.

19 No pise la manguera ni tire de ella forzadamente.

20 No recoja objetos grandes tales como papel o trapos ya que obstruirá la manguera.

21 No exponga el aparato a altas temperaturas mientras lo opera o durante el almacenaje.

22 Guarde este aparato en un lugar seco.

23 Utilice la manija de transporte de la parte posterior del cuerpo para transportar el aparato.

24 Antes de realizar el servicio del aparato, deje que todas las partes métalicas se enfrien.

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GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES

Esta aspiradora sirve sólo para el uso casero.

ADVERTENCIA:

Opere la aspiradora sólo con la tensión especificada en la placa de características.

ANTES DE SOLICITAR EL SERVICIO

Si tiene dificultades con su aspiradora, utilice primero este gráfico de localización y reparación de averías antes de solicitar el servicio.

NOTA:

Acuérdese siempre de desconectar la clavija del tomacorriente antes de manipular la aspiradora.

GRAFICO DE LOCALIZACION Y REPARACION DE AVERIAS

Problema

Comprobaci n

Remedio posible

El motor no arranca cuando el

Compruebe si la clavija del

Inserte bien la clavija en el

interruptor de alimentaci n est

cable de alimentaci n est

tomacorriente.

en posici n ON.

completamente insertada en

 

 

el tomacorriente.

 

El motor no arranca cuando el

Aseg rese de que la correa

Reemplace la correa plana o

interruptor de alimentaci n est

plana no est da ada ni est

inst lela correctamente.

en posici n ON.

mal instalada.

 

La potencia de succi n es d bil

Compruebe la cabeza de la

Extraiga los objetos extran s

o disminuye s bitamente.

boquilla, manguera de

que pueden haberse atascado

 

succi n, etc., para ver si hay

en la cabeza de la boquilla,

 

obstrucci n.

manguera de succi n, etc.

 

 

 

SERVICIO AL CONSUMIDOR

POR TELEFONO: Disque 1-800-BE-SHARP (1-800-237-4277) por:

SERVICIO (por el Servicio Autorizado Sharp más cercano) REPUESTOS (por el Distribuidor de Repuestos más cercano) ACCESORIOS

INFORMACION ADICIONAL

POR ESCRITO: Por problemas de funcionamiento, información acerca de la garantía, unidades incompletas u otro tipo de consultas.

Sharp Electronics Corporation

Customer Assistance Center 1300 Naperville Drive Romeoville, IL 60446-1091

Cuando nos llame o escriba suministrenos la siguiente información: modelo, número de serie, fecha de compra, su dirección (incluyendo el código postal), un teléfono donde podamos llamarle durante el día (incluyendo el código del area) y la descripción del problema.

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DESCRIPCION DE LOS ACCESORIOS

Para reemplazo de accesorios, por favor contacte a su distribuidor Sharp mas cercano. Liame al 1-800-642-2122, o visite nuestra pagina de internet (http://www.sharp-usa.com)

 

ARTICULO

DESCRIPCION ARTICULO

NUMERO DE PARTE

 

 

 

 

 

1

CORREA PLANA

EC-02BU3 (2 Piezas en 1 Paquete )

 

 

 

 

 

2

FILTRO DE RESCARGA (EC-S5170)

EC-01MU14 (

)

 

 

 

 

 

3

FILTRO DE RESCARGA (EC-T5180 serie)

EC-01MU13 (

)

 

 

 

 

4

FILTRO PRINCIPAL

EC-01MU12

 

 

 

 

 

 

Para Partes, por favor contacte a su distribuidor Sharp mas cercano, si su distribuidor no posee Las partes que usted requiere, deberá pedirlas llamando al 1-800-BE-SHARP.

ARTICULO

DESCRIPCION ARTICULO

NUMERO DE PARTE

5

LAMPARA

 

RLMP-A003VBE0

6

TURBO EXTENTION (INTERIOR)

PPIPPA164VBFC

7

TURBO EXTENTION (IEXTERIOR)

PPIPPA163VBFE

8

TUBO PARAHENDIDURAS

 

UCATSA057VBFE

9

ENSAMBLE DE AGITATOR

 

DRTR-A018VBKZ

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HERRAMIENTA PARA TAPICERIA

FCAT-A102VBKZ

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CEPILLO

 

PBRS-A061VBEB

12

FILTRO DE RED

 

FDUC-A019VBKA

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

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GARANTIA LIMITADA

SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION garantiza al primer comprador del producto que este producto de marca Sharp (el “Producto”), cuando es embarcado en su recipiente original, está libre de materiales y fabricación defectuosa y acorda que a su opción, reparará el defecto o reemplazará el producto o la parte defectuosa sin cargar al comprador las partes o trabajo durante el periodo(s) de tiempo establecido abajo.

Esta garantía no se aplica a los articulos de apariencia del producto o a los articulos adicionales excluidos establecidos abajo, ni a ningún producto cuyo exterior haya sido dañado o deformado, que haya sometido a mal uso, servicio o manejo anormal o se haya alterado o modificado en diseño o construcción.

Para aplicar el derecho bajo esta garantía limitada, el comprador debe seguir los pasos establecidos abajo y proporcionar una prueba de la compra al reparador.

La garantía limitada descrita aquí es una adición a otras garantías que se aplican por ley a los compradores.

TODAS LAS GARANTIAS APLICADAS INCLUYENDO LAS GARANTIAS DE VENTAS Y CORRESPONDENCIA DE USO ESTAN LIMITADAS AL PERIODO(S) DESDE LA FECHA DE LA COMPRA ESTABLECIDA ABAJO.

Algunos estados no permiten limitaciones de tiempo de las garantías implicadas, por eso la limitación de encima tal vez no se aplique a su caso.

Ni en personal de ventas ni el vendedor u otra persona queda autorizada a realizar otras garantías que no sean las descritas aquío la extensión de la duración de las garantías más alla del periodo de tiempo descrito aquí por Sharp.

Las garantías descritas aquí deben ser solamente las garantías garantizadas por Sharp y deben ser el único y exclusivo remedio disponible para el cliente. La corrección de defectos, de la forma y durante el periodo de tiempo descrito aquí, debe constituir un cumplimiento completo de todas las obligaciones y responsabilidades de Sharp al cliente con respecto al producto y debe constituir una completa satisfacción de todas las reclamaciones, basándose en el contrato, negligencia, obligación estricta o similar. En ningún caso debe obligarse ni responsabilizarse a Sharp de los daños o defectos del producto que fueron causados por reparaciones o intentos de reparaciones causados por cualquiera que no sea un reparador de servicio autorizado. Sharp no se responsabilizará de ninguna forma de los daños econónmicos consecuentes o accidentales ni de los daños a la propiedad. Algunos estados no permiten la exclusión de daños consecuentes o accidentales, por eso la exclusión de encima tal vez no se aplique a su caso.

LA GARANTIA LE DA LOS DERECHOS LEGALES ESPECIFICOS. TAMBIEN PUEDE TENER OTROS DERECHOS QUE VARIAS DE ESTADO A ESTADO.

Sección especilica al modelo

Su nú mero de modelo del producto:

Periodo de garantia para este Producto:

articulos adicional(es) excluido(s) de la garantia (si los hubiera):

Donde obtener el servicio:

Que hacer para obtener el servicio:

EC - S5170,EC - T5180,T5180A . o T5180B Aspiradora para uso en el hogar.

(Tenga esta infomació n disponible cuando necesite el servicio para su producto.)

Un (1) año de partes y trabajo.

articulos de apariencia del producto, accesorios, filtros o materiales impresos.

De una estación de servicio autorizada Sharp en los Estados Unidos. Para buscar el lugar de la estació n de servicio autorizada Sharp má s cercana, llame a Sharp libre de cargo al número 1-800-BE-SHARP (1-800-237-4277).

Haga el envio pagando el flete o lleve el producto a una estación de servicio autorizada Sharp. Tenga a mano una Prueba de Compra del aparato. Si envia el producto por correo, asegurese de comprar un seguro y realice un embalaje correcto.

PARA RECIBIR INSUMOS, ACCESOROS O INFORMACION DE PRODUCTOS, LLAME AL 1-800-BE-SHARP.

SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION

Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2135

SHARP CORPORATION

Osaka, Japan

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