DAEWOO Cyclone Digi-Flex 29.6 Cordless Vacuum
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed. These instructions should be saved for future reference:
- Read and familiarise yourself with all operating instructions before using this Vacuum Cleaner.
- Before plugging your unit into the mains, visually check that the unit is intact and has not suffered any transit damage.
- Check that the voltage indicated on the data plate corresponds with that of the local network before connecting the appliance to the mains power supply.
- This appliance can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
- Children shall not play with the appliance.
- Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children less than 8 years when it is energised or cooling down.
- Do not immerse the appliance or its cord in water or any other liquids.
- Do not leave the appliance unattended during use.
- Do not leave the appliance unattended whilst connected to the mains supply.
- Do not use this appliance outdoors.
- It is imperative to unplug the power cord after the appliance has been used, before it is cleaned and whilst being repaired.
- Repairs to electrical appliances should only be performed by a qualified electrician. Improper repairs may place user at serious risk.
- Do not operate this appliance with a damaged plug or cord, after a malfunction or after being dropped or damaged in any way.
- Regular, periodic checks should be carried out on the mains cable to
- ensure no damage is evident. Should there be any signs of damage the appliance should not be used.
- If the power cable is damaged, it should only be replaced by the manufacturer or a suitable qualified after-sales-service in order to avoid a hazard
- Do not allow the main cable to hang over sharp edges or come in contact with hot surfaces.
- Allow the unit to cool before storage.
- Before cleaning, disconnect the appliance from the mains supply and allow to cool.
- This appliance is intended for household use only and should not be used for industrial purposes.
- Do not use any accessories or attachments with this appliance other than those supplied or recommended by supplier.
- Do not use this appliance for anything other than its intended use.
- Do not push objects into any openings as damage to the appliance and/or electric shock may occur.
- Unplug after each use. Grasp the plug, not the cord.
- Do not pull or carry the Vacuum Cleaner by the electrical cord, use the handle provided.
- Ensure fingers and other objects are never placed in any part of the vacuum cleaner. Clothing or hair may become trapped if the vacuum is used improperly.
- Keep hair, loose clothing, jewellery, fingers and all parts of the body away from openings and moving parts.
- Keep all air vents clear and free of dust, lint, hair and anything else that may reduce airflow.
- Avoid directing the appliance towards naked flames as the air discharged may extinguish gas fires or pilot lights and may disturb ashes in open fires.
- Do not Vacuum water or any other liquids with this vacuum.
- Do not Vacuum hot ashes or lit cigarettes, etc.
- Never use the appliance without the filter in place.
- Do not use the Vacuum without the Dust Compartment attached.
- Do not vacuum any large or broken objects such as glass.
- Do not vacuum anything that is burning or smoking such as cigarettes, matches or hot ashes.
Waste batteries should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
Description of Parts
- Dust Release Catch
- Hepa & Cyclonic Filters
- Dust Compartment
- Dust Compartment Catch
- Air Outlet
- Motor Housing
- Display Panel
- On/Off Trigger Switch
- Battery Compartment
- Charging Socket
- Battery Compartment Catch
- Air Intake
- Attachment Release Catch
- Dust Compartment Cover
Description of Parts – Accessories
- Motorise Floor Tool
- Crevice & Upholstery Tool
- Small Power Plug
- Mains Charger
- Wall Mount Bracket
- Alumarp ietn iBurmu sFlh exi-Tube
- Carpet Brush
- Hard Floor Roller
- Long Reach Crevice Tool
- Information Screen
- Battery Charge Display
- Dust Sensor Failure
- High Speed
- Intelligent AUTO Mode
- Battery Indicator
- Brush Blockage Indicator
- Air Intake Blockage Indicator
- Eco Speed
- Speed/Suction Indicator
Before the first time you use your Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
Please read these operating instructions thoroughly and keep them in a safe place for future reference.
Remove all packing materials and discard responsibly.
Charging the internal Battery
Before use, please ensure that the internal rechargeable battery is fully charged as follows:
- Insert the Small Power Plug (18) of the Mains Charger (19) into the Charging Socket (11).
- Plug the Mains Charger (19) into the nearest mains socket.
- The Battery Indicator (30) will flash green and the Battery Charge Display (26) will count up to 100% as the internal battery charges.
- Once the battery is fully charged (after approximately 5 hours), the Battery Charge Display (26) will display 100 (arrowed below) showing that the internal battery is 100% fully charged and the Mains Charger (19) can now be removed.NB The internal battery will need recharging when the Battery Indicator (30) flashes red and the Battery Charge Display (26) reads a low value (less than 10%). Follow the above procedure (1 – 4) to recharge the internal battery.
Attaching the Accessories
CAUTION Ensure that the vacuum cleaner is not connected to the mains charger before use.
The Floor Attachment
- Push the Aluminium Flexi Tube (21) onto the Air Intake (13) until it clicks home as shown below:
- Push the Motorised Floor Tool (16) onto the other end of the Aluminium Flexi Tube (21) again until it clicks home.
Using Your Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
The Motorised Floor Tool (16)
- Before using the Motorised Floor Tool (16),first, choose the appropriate brush type for the floor type being cleaned:
Select the Carpet Brush (22) for vacuum cleaning carpets, rugs, etc.
Select the Hard Floor Roller (23) for cleaning vinyl, laminate, tiled floors, etc.
- To change the brush attachment, slide the catch (a) to the left and lift up the brush bearing retaining clip (b) on the underside of the Motorised Floor Tool (16) as shown left.
NB the Carpet Brush (22) is currently fitted in this example.
Lift out the Carpet Brush (22) and the brush bearing (c). Remove the brush bearing from the Carpet Brush (22).
- Place the brush bearing (c.) onto the end of the Hard Floor Roller (23) as shown above left. Once in place, insert the Hard Floor Roller (23) into the Motorised Floor Tool (16) as shown above right.
- Finally, hook the brush bearing retaining clip at the front edge (d) and push down into until it clicks into place (e) as shown left.
The vacuum is now ready to clean hard floors.
Using Your Cyclone Digi-Flex Vacuum
- Right: Grasp the vacuum cleaner firmly by the Handle (9) and press the On/off Trigger Switch (8) to power up the cleaner.
- Left: During use, on the Information Screen (25), press the Eco Speed (33) to lower the vacuum speed/suction or High Speed (28) to increase speed/suction. The Speed/Suction Indicator (34) will move to show the current speed/suction level (low to high).
- Right: Place your foot gently on the Motorised Floor Tool (16) and pull the cleaner back by the Handle (9) and start vacuum cleaning.
Press the On/off Trigger Switch (8) again at the end of cleaning to switch the cleaner off.
Far Right: Press the catch on the Flexi joint
(arrowed right) to release the Aluminium Flexi Tube (21) so that the tube can bend in order to clean under furniture and other close to the ground objects.
- Left: If the Aluminium Flexi Tube (21) is not required, the Motorised Floor Tool (16) can be attached directly to the vacuum as shown left for cleaning hard to get at areas such as stairs, car seats, etc.
Using the Crevice & Upholstery Tool (17)
- Attach the Crevice Tool & Upholstery Tool (17) onto the Aluminium Flexi Tube (21) to clean carpet edges and hard to get at areas:Left: Slide the brush back on the tool to reveal the crevice tool to clean carpet edges, etc. Alternatively use the Long Reach Crevice Tool (24).
Right: Pull the brush down on the tool to clean curtains, upholstery, etc.
- If the Aluminium Flexi Tube (21) is not required, attach the Crevice Tool & Upholstery Tool (17) directly to the cleaner, this useful for cleaning soft furnishings, car seats, stairs, etc.:Above: Using the Crevice Tool & Upholstery Tool (17) on Upholstery. Above: Using the Crevice Tool & Upholstery Tool (17) to clean the car.
Emptying and Cleaning Your Cyclone Digi-Flex Vacuum Cleaner
WARNING Always disconnect the cleaner from the mains charger before cleaning.
- Once the dust level reaches the ‘MAX’ mark (arrowed left) on the Dust Compartment (3) it will need emptying and the filters cleaned.WARNING do not continue to use your vacuum cleaner once the ‘MAX’ mark has been reached as permanent damage may occur to the appliance.
- To empty the cleaner, hold the Dust Compartment (3) over a dust bin as shown right and press the Dust Release Catch (1) (arrowed right) and the Dust Compartment Cover (15) of the dust compartment will swing open and allow the collected dust to fall out into the dust bin.
- Hold the Dust Compartment (3) and press the Dust Compartment Catch (4) arrowed left and lift up the dust compartment and remove.
- Rem ove the Hepa & Cyclonic Filters (2) from the Dust Compartment (3) as sh own right:
- Above: Wash the Hepa & Cyclonic Filters (2) in warm running water until clean. Allow the filters to dry thoroughly for 24 hours before reuse.
- Left: First replace the Hepa Filter inside the Cyclonic Filter, rotate the Hepa filter clockwise to lock it onto the Cyclonic Filter as shown.
- Right: Replace the Hepa & Cyclonic Filters (2) into the Dust Compartment (3) as shown.
- Left: Replace the Dust Compartment (3) onto the vacuum by hooking the dust compartment on and pushing it down until it clicks home as shown.
Care and Use of your Cordless Vacuum Cleaner
- Always disconnect the cleaner from the mains charger before cleaning.
- Clean outside of the cleaner with a clean damp cloth. Never clean with harsh or abrasive cleaners.
- Do not submerge the cleaner or its charger in water or any other liquids.
- Empty the Dust Compartment (3) as soon as the ‘MAX’ mark has been reached.*
- Wash the Hepa & Cyclonic Filters (2) regularly – see table below.
- Allow the filters to thoroughly dry out for 24 hours before reassembly and use.
WARNING do not continue to use your vacuum cleaner once the ‘MAX’ mark has been reached as permanent damage may occur to the appliance.
Recommended filter cleaning intervals
|Filter Type||Recommended cleaning period|
|Hepa Filter||· Shake out debris when you empty the dust container
· Rinse under warm water once a month
· Allow to dry thoroughly for 24 hours before reuse.
|· Shake out debris once a month
· Rinse under warm water once a month.
· Allow to dry thoroughly for 24 hours before reuse.
WARNING Ensure the filters are cleaned periodically according to the table above, failure to clean the filters regularly will severely impair the performance and permanent damage may occur to the appliance and may invalidate your warranty.
|Mains Charger||Input: AC 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz Output: 36V DC 500mA|
|Battery||29.6V 2500mAh Li-Ion (8 cells)|
|Unpacked Weight (approx.)||2.2 Kgs|
|Dimensions (approx.)||328mm (l) x 110mm (w) x 220mm (h)|
|Noise Level (approx.)||72dB|
|Dust Compartment Capacity||0.8L|
|Unit fails to turn on.||Internal battery not charged.
The charger is not plugged into the mains socket.
|Charge the internal battery.
Ensure the charger is fully inserted into the socket and the socket is switched on.
|Low suction or poor pick-up.||Dust Compartment is full. Filters are clogged.
Low Power Selected
|Empty the cylinder.
Check and clean the filters.
Press the Min/Max Power Button (8)
|The vacuum is making a
|The airflow is restricted||Empty the Dust Compartment. Check and clean the filters.
Clear any blockages if
Brush Blockage Indicator
(31) not lit
|The Carpet Brush (22) or Hard Floor Roller (23) is obstructed and/or tangled with hair and debris||Switch off the vacuum cleaner and remove obstruction from the Carpet Brush (22) or Hard Floor Roller (23).|
Air Intake Blockage Indicator
(32) not lit
|The Aluminium Flexi-Tube
(21) and/or vacuum Air Inlet (5) are blocked.
|Switch off the vacuum cleaner and remove obstruction from the Aluminium Flexi-Tube (21) and/or vacuum Air Inlet (5)|
Dust Sensor Failure (27) Indicator not lit
|The vacuum is very dirty and/or blocked and the Dust Compartment full.||Switch off the vacuum cleaner and empty and clean the Dust Compartment (3), Filters (2),
Aluminium Flexi-Tube (21) and/or vacuum Air Inlet (5)
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please
recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
Documents / Resources
|DAEWOO Cyclone Digi-Flex 29.6 Cordless Vacuum FLR00041 [pdf] User Manual|
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