Eurom Gardencleaner 3000 manual

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  • Brand: Eurom
  • Product: Leaf Blower
  • Model/name: Gardencleaner 3000
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French

Table of Contents

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EN
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WARNING
Read the instruction manual carefully before use. It
contains important safety warnings/instructions that you
must obey.
Attention: gravel and stones etc., may splash up.
Keep bystanders at a distance and keep distance to
everything and everyone.
Switch the machine off and remove the plug from the
socket before you conduct any maintenance or if the
electricity cable is tangled/trapped/damaged.
Do not put your hand into the rotating machine parts
when the plug is in the socket.
Do not use in the rain or expose to moisture.
If the electric cable is damaged or cut, take the plug out
of the socket immediately.
Always wear eye pretection
Always wear a dust mask:
Noise emission in dB.
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THANK YOU!
Thank you for choosing this EUROM leaf blower: you have made an excellent choice!
To ensure that you enjoy your leaf blower without problem and for an extended period of
time it is important that you and any other users are aware of how it works. Before use,
please read the instruction manual and labels on the device: they will teach you how the
leaf blower should be used (the options for use and limitations), as well as its potential
dangers. If you do not understand something, please consult your dealer. Failure to follow
warnings and instructions can result in electrocution, fire and/or serious injury.
This machine is intended solely for the blowing and vacuuming of dead leaves in private
gardens. Any use other than that expressly permitted in this instruction manual can damage
the machine and cause serious danger to the user.
The manual forms part of the device and should be kept with it for consultation by future
users.
We wish you many hours of problem-free user pleasure!
Do not use the machine before it is completely assembled!
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
1. The electrical voltage and frequency, as indicated on the device,
must agree with the power socket to be used. The electrical
installation must be secured with an earth leakage switch (max.
30 mAmp).
2. Only use an undamaged, approved and waterproof extension
cord with a minimum diameter of 2 x 1.5 mm² (up to 15 metres) or
2 x 2.5 mm² (from 15 to 40 metres) and an approved minimum
capacity of 3000 Watts. Avoid using an extension cord longer
than 40 metres. Always unfurl the cord completely to prevent
overheating! Always lead the electrical cable to the rear, away
from the device. Make sure that there are no kinks or unusual
twists in the cable and that it is not stepped on and no objects are
placed on it. Keep the electrical cable away from heat, oil,
solvents and so forth. Keep the cable away from heat, lubricants,
sharp corners and moving objects. Do not coil to tightly after use
and make sure that it is not trapped.
3. Do not misuse the electricity cable. Do not use it to lift or pull the
machine or to remove the plug from the socket.
4. Always lead the electricity cable backwards, away from the
working machine.
5. Before using your leaf blower, check for visible damage (including
the cable and plug). Never use a damaged device and return it to
your supplier for replacement.
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6. If the electrical cable or extension cord is damaged, immediately
remove the plug from the power socket. Do not touch the cable
before you have removed the plug from the power socket!
7. A damaged electrical cable or plug must be replaced by an
approved electrician. You should never replace these yourself!
8. Never expose the device to damp or rain and do not use it in
damp or wet conditions.
9. In order to avoid overloading and blown fuses, never plug any
other device into the same power socket or the same electrical
group to which the leaf blower is connected.
PERSONAL SAFETY
10. Always check the device for damage or wear and tear before
using. Also check whether the electrical cable and extension
cord has the correct insulation, any cuts or worn areas and the
condition of the connectors. Do not use the device if you notice
any damage/wear and tear/deficiencies to the device, electrical
cable or plug, or when it works poorly, has fallen or shows any
other signs of malfunction. Return the entire device to your
supplier or an approved electrician to be checked and repaired.
Always ask for original parts.
11. Ensure that there is careful supervision when this device is used
in the presence of children, incapable individuals or pets. Keep
them away from the device! This device is not suitable for use by
individuals (including children) with a physical, sensory or
mental handicap, or lack of experience and knowledge,
irrespective of whether there is supervision or instruction has
been given regarding the use of the device by an individual who
is responsible for their safety. Measures should be taken to
ensure that children do not play with the device.
12. This device may not be used by children.
13. This device may not be used by individuals who are not familiar
with its operation and who have not read the instruction manual.
The user is responsible for any accidents that occur with other
individuals or objects!
14. Use your common sense and always pay close attention to what
you are doing during your activities. Never use the device when
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you are tired, using medication that causes drowsiness or if you
have used alcohol or drugs. Take regular breaks.
15. When using the device, always wear strong, closed shoes with a
good tread profile, long trousers and gloves. Do not wear any
loose hanging clothing of jewellery that might be vacuumed into
the air inlet. Tie back long hair and keep it away from the air inlet.
During use wear protective dust goggles. In order to prevent
irritation from dust, it is advisable to wear a dust mask, certainly
when dust can potentially be released from concrete, MDF, fibre
plates and so forth! Ear protection is recommended for
long-term use. If you are working in an area where there is a
possibility of being struck by falling objects, wear a helmet.
16. Never use the device when protective parts or safety provisions
are broken, not correctly attached or missing.
17. Never use the device without the correctly attached collection
bag.
18. Do not use the device if it is not completely assembled.
19. Never put your hand or any other object into the rotating parts of
the machine, which produce suction force.
20. Do not use the device in an area where a danger of fire or
explosion exists due to the use or storage of flammable or light
inflammable liquids and gases such as paint, lacquer, petrol and
so forth.
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
21. This device is designed solely to blow and vacuum dead leaves
and ntended for use by private individuals only. It should not be
used for commercial purposes.
22. A messy work area is an open invitation for accidents. The work
area should be clean and tidy and free of surplus objects and
rubbish. Be extra careful if the ground is slippery due to
dampness, grease, sand, gravel or other materials.
23. Check the area where the work will be carried out for wires and
other refuse that may cause damage to the device or injury. If
necessary, use a rake or broom first to remove undesirable
objects before you begin blowing or vacuuming.
24. Do not attempt to vacuum up wet rubbish or water, but instead
wait until the leaves have dried.
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25. Do not make any changes or modifications to the device. The
device (including the electrical cable and plug) may only be
opened and repaired by authorized and qualified individuals.
26. Use the device for the purpose for which it is designed only and
in the manner described in this instruction manual. Do not
overload the device and do not use it for long consecutive
periods, as this will reduce its useful life.
Deviations from the safety instructions can cause damage, fire or
personal injury. They will void the warranty and the supplier, importer
or manufacturer will not accept any responsibility for the
consequences!
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Type Gardencleaner 3000
Capacity W 3000
Voltage V/Hz 220-240, 50
Revolutions rpm 15000
Blowing capacity Km/h 270
Suction capacity mᶟ/min 13,2
Capacity collection
bag
L 35
Shredding ratio 10:1
Noise level dB 105
Vibration m/s² 7,655m/s² K=1,5m/s²
Housing Plastic
Wheels 2
Dimensions Cm 31 x 16,5 x 120
Weight kg 3
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DESCRIPTION and
ASSEMBLY
1. Leaf blower body
2. Squeeze handle ON/OFF
3. Selector switch vacuum/
blow
4. Vacuum/blow duct A
5. Vacuum/blow duct B
with wheel set
6. Collection bag
7. Wheels
8. Additional handgrip
9. Bracket for attaching the
shoulder strap
10.Shoulder strap
11.Cable hook
Do not use the machine before it is completely assembled, as in the
picture above!
Remove the plug from the socket
during assembly and when removing/re-attaching the collection bag!
 Insert the vacuum/blow duct A into the leaf blower body
as far as possible. Check that all connections are
fastened correctly and secure them with two screws
supplied: a long one and a short one, see figure.
 Insert the vacuum/blow duct B (with the wheels) into
vacuum/blow duct A as far as possible. Check that all
connections are fastened correctly and secure them
with the last, long screw supplied.
Attaching the collection bag
 Prior to attaching the collection bag, check whether the vacuuming/blowing selector
switch operates smoothly and is not hindered by waste from the previous use of the
machine.
 Attach the clasp of the collection bag to the hook of the vacuuming/blowing duct B
(Figure X).
 Slide the nozzle of the collection bag over the opening of the machine until both clamps
click in place (Figure Y).
 A shoulder strap is supplied with the machine. Use the hook to fasten it to the leaf
blower body.. The shoulder strap makes working with the machine more comfortable
and reduces fatigue. It can be worn in a manner that the user finds comfortable..
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USE
The Gardencleaner may be used only when all components have been
assembled (see ‘DESCRIPTION & ASSEMBLY’).
 Before use, check that all parts are correctly fastened and that the blow and vacuum
ducts and the selector switch are not blocked with dirt from previous use.
 Connect an extension cable that complies with the
instructions. Bend the extension cable in a loop around the
cable hook in order to relieve the load on the connection.
 Check that all safety instructions have been obeyed.
 Insert the plug into an earthed 230V socket. This electrical
installation must be fitted with an earth leakage switch (max.
30 mAmp.)
 Now move the selector switch (3) to the desired position: A
= Blow, B = Vacuum
 Pulling the squeeze handle (2) starts the operation of the
machine. Releasing it the machine stops. Always remove
the plug from the socket after use.
The leaf blower can be used to blow waste off of terraces, paths and lawns, and from
borders and bushes. It can vacuum up leaves, papers, thin twigs and wood shavings. When
you vacuum up waste it passes a fan before entering the collection bag. This is a plastic fan
that breaks and crushes leaves and twigs and chops them roughly due to its speed. The
crushed or chopped waste can be used for compost or around plants in the garden.
Make sure that no hard objects such as stones, bottles, metal pieces and so forth can enter
the leaf blower. This could damage the device and cause injury to the user or bystanders.
Instructions before use
- Try to prevent having to work in damp conditions. Do not use the machine in the rain!
- Do not vacuum up any damp or wet waste, but allow fallen leaves etc., to dry before you
use the machine.
- Never vacuum water up!
- Never use the machine without the collection bag.
- Moisten dusty surfaces before using the blower on them.
- Always work close to the ground.
- Work at times when no one will be disturbed.
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Blowing
After inspecting the area, turn the option switch on the leaf blower to the 'Blow' setting.
Press down the squeeze handle: the device will start working. Move the leaf blower forward
on its wheels, pointing the blowing opening at the waste to be removed. You can also lift the
leaf blower and, keeping the blowing opening close above the ground, move it back and
forth while you slowly walk forward. In that case, remove the shoulder strap and keep the
blowing opening pointed at the waste to be removed.
In this way, blow the leaves into a pile and switch to 'Suction' in order to vacuum the leaves
into the collection bag.
Vacuuming
Inspect the area you intend to work on and remove all objects that might cause damage
during vacuuming. Use the option switch to turn the leaf blower to 'Suction' and press down
the handle: the device will start working. Move the leaf blower forward on its wheels,
pointing the suction opening at the waste to be removed. You can also lift the leaf blower
and, keeping the suction opening close above the ground, move it back and forth while you
slowly walk forward. In that case, remove the shoulder strap and keep the suction opening
pointed at the waste to be removed, but do not place it in a pile of waste: this will block the
suction tube and reduce the effectiveness of the device.
Organic waste such as leaves and so forth generally has a high water content, which may
cause it to stick to the inside of the suction tube. For this reason, it is better to wait several
days for leaves to dry out.
Instructions during use
- Keep bystanders (particularly children) and animals at a distance. The leaf blower may
eject tiny stones or other objects that could cause injury.
- Switch the device off when people approach the working area.
- Be careful in the vicinity of open doors and windows. Always blow waste away from
there.
- Make sure that you have sufficient light while working.
- During work, make sure that you always stand firmly and stably, for example if you are
working on an incline. Do not stretch to far from the device, to ensure that you do not
lose your balance. Always walk slowly with the device and do not run. Use the carrying
strap supplied for convenience and safety.
- Keep the handle dry and free of oil or grease.
- Keep the ventilation openings and the fan free of dirt.
- Always put the plug into the power socket first before turning on the device by
squeezing the squeeze handle. If the squeeze handle wavers or becomes stuck, do not
use the device until after it has been taken to a qualified electrician first for repair.
- Never blow dirt in the direction of bystanders.
- Always turn off the device and remove the plug from the power socket:
 if you want to clean the device
 if you want to carry out a check or maintenance to the device
 if the device begins to vibrate abnormally
 if you interrupt activities for a shorter or longer period
 if you finish the activities.
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Always turn off (i.e. release the squeeze handle) before unplugging from the power
socket. Hold the plug in your hand when unplugging; never pull the cord! Never lift the
device by the electrical cable.
- Prevent foreign objects from penetrating the heater through the ventilation or exhaust
openings. This can cause an electric shock, fire or damage. Never touch the fan with
your hand.
- If a foreign object is accidentally vacuumed into the leaf blower, turn off the device
immediately and remove the plug from the power socket. Remove the object and give
the device a complete and thorough check and do not use unless you are certain that
everything is in order.
- If the device makes an unusual sound or vibrates abnormally, turn it off immediately and
remove the plug from the power socket. Try to ascertain the cause and to remedy it. If
this proves unsuccessful, contact a qualified service engineer. Extreme vibration can
cause damage to the device and injure the user.
CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
- Turn off the device first and remove the plug from the power socket before carrying out
any maintenance or cleaning.
- After each use, clean your leaf blower and empty the collection bag fully by opening it
with the zipper. Remove any remaining material from your leaf blower. Remaining
materials can cause damage when you use the leaf blower the next time.
- Remove remaining dirt from the suction/blowing tube with a brush.
- Check that the option switch works smoothly and is not blocked by any waste.
- Ensure safe operation by always checking in advance that all screws, bolts and nuts are
properly secure.
- Check the device regularly for wear and tear and damage; let replace worn or damaged
Keep the ventilation openings of the engine housing clean at all times.
- Never spray or rinse your machine with water. Clean it with a damp cloth. Do NOT
clean the plastic components of the device using cleaning agents that can damage the
material. Let the engine housing dry thoroughly.
- Store the machine in a dry and frost-proof space only and out of reach of children.

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