Metabo ASR 35 M AutoClean manual

User manual for the Metabo ASR 35 M AutoClean in Dutch. This PDF manual has 136 pages.

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2 EU UK UK AUS CH DK U (V) 230 230 110 240 230 230 P1max: (W) 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 P1max: (W) 2280 1590 360 1000 900 1590 + (W) 3680 2990 1760 2400 2300 2990 Imax (A) 16 13 16 10 10 13 B H L L ASR 35 L AutoClean ASR 35 M AutoClean K - L M L x B x H cm 55 x 40 x 55 55 x 40 x 55 U V 220-240 220-240 F Hz 50/60 50/60 I A 6,0 6,0 N - H05RR F 3x1,5 H05RR F 3x1,5 P1 W 1400 1400 pU1/pU2 mbar (hPa) 220 / 248 220 / 248 Vl/s1/Vl/s2 l/s 42 / 61 42 / 61 Dmax1/Dmax2 m3 /h 140 / 220 140 / 220 V l 35 35 m kg (lbs) 17,1 (37.7) 17,1 (37.7) LpA dB (A) 69,5 69,5 LWA dB (A) - - 15 EN 60 335, EN 12100 2006/42/EG, 2004/108/EG Director Product Engineering & Quality Responsible Person for Documentation © 2011 Metabowerke GmbH, 72622 Nürtingen, Germany Volker Siegle 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 2 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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ASR 35 L AutoClean ASR 35 M AutoClean 1 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 12 14 15 16 17 18 3 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 3 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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14 ENGLISH ENG 1 Declaration of Conformity 2 Specified Use 3 General Safety Instructions 4 Special Safety Instructions 5 Overview 6 Initial Operation 7 The Appliance 8 Use 9 Cleaning 10 Servicing 11 Troubleshooting 12 Accessories 13 Repairs 14 Environmental Protection 15 Technical Specifications We, being solely responsible, hereby declare that this product conforms to the standards and direc- tives specified on page 2. ASR 35 L AutoClean: The vacuum cleaner is suitable for the vacu- uming of dust, solid materials (broken glass, nails etc.), liquids of any kind with the excep- tion of highly inflammable, combustible liquids and material that is hotter than 60 °C. ASR 35 M AutoClean: The vacuum cleaner is suitable for vacu- uming dust that is harmful to health (dust class M), in accordance with EN 60335-2-69. The vacuum cleaner is suitable for extracting dry, non-combustible dust with occupational exposure limits >= 0.1 mg/m³. For occupational exposure limits and carcinogenic materials, see the list of occupational exposure limits or contact your local professional and acci- dent prevention associations for information. Observe the country-specific regulations. The results of the dust test only refer to the extrac- tion or vacuuming of dry dust. The vacuum cleaner is suitable for use as: a) Industrial vacuum cleaner (IS) for vacuuming deposited dust. b) Dust extractor (ENT) for extracting airborne dusts from material processing machines. The vacuum cleaner is suitable for the demanding requirements of industrial and commercial appli- cations e.g. in the areas of craft and trade, instal- lation work, construction, industry, workshops, painting and plastering, joinery, woodworking. As per EN 60335-2-69. ASR 35 L AutoClean and ASR 35 M AutoClean: This tool is not designed for use by persons (including children) with physical, sensory or mental disabilities, or with insufficient experience and/or knowledge, unless they are supervised by a person responsible for their safety, or have received instructions on how to use the tool by this person. This product is designed for industrial use. Inflammable dust must not be vacuumed. No inflammable or explosive solvents, material saturated with solvent, dust that represents an explosion hazard, liquids such as petrol, oil, alcohol, thinner or material that is hotter than 60 °C are allowed to be vacuumed. This would cause an explosion and fire hazard ! You are not allowed to use the appliance in the vicinity of inflammable gases or substances. The user bears sole responsibility for any damage caused by improper use. Generally accepted accident prevention regula- tions and the enclosed safety information must be observed. Before using the machine, carefully read through and familiarise yourself with all the enclosed safety information and the Oper- ating Instructions. Keep all enclosed documenta- tion for future reference, and ensure that you only pass on your vacuum clean together with this documentation. Operating Instructions Dear Customer, Thank you for the trust you have placed in us by buying a Metabo tool. Each Metabo tool is carefully tested and subject to strict quality controls by Metabo's quality assurance. Nevertheless, the service life of a tool depends to a great extent on you. Please observe the information contained in these instructions and the enclosed documentation. The more carefully you treat your Metabo power tool, the longer it will provide dependable service. Contents 1 Declaration of Conformity 2 Specified Use 3 General Safety Instructions 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 14 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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ENGLISH 15 ENG Before using the appliance, the user must receive information, instructions and training material on using the appliance and the materials for which it is to be used (including details on safe disposal of the extracted material). For your own protection and for the protection of your vacuum cleaner, pay attention to all parts of the text that are marked with this symbol! Never allow children to use the machine. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the tool. Caution! Only use accessories that are included with the appliance or specified Operating Instruc- tions. The use of other accessories may impair safety. You must not perform any work other than that described here. In the event of misuse, improper operation or unprofessional repair work no liability shall be assumed by us for any damage incurred. When the appliance is not in use, leave the hose on the appliance to prevent dust accidentally escaping. In the case of ASR 35 M AutoClean, seal the suction opening (14) with a sealing plug (13) and join the hose ends to prevent dust from escaping. Do not operate appliances or accessories under the following conditions: - If the appliance has recognisable damage (cracks/breaks), - If the mains connection lead is defective or shows signs of cracking or ageing, - If there is a suspected non-visible defect (after a fall). Do not point the nozzle, hose or tube at people or animals. If any foam or water egresses, switch off immediately. Empty the container and, if need be, the pleated filter. Never sit or stand on the appliance. Always set up the connection lead and hose so there is no danger of tripping. Do not pull the connection lead over any sharp edges and do not kink or pinch it. If the connection lead of the appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by a special connection lead. See the chapter on Repairs. Always connect to a socket with protective contact. Do not use any damaged extension leads. Never insert or remove the mains plug with wet hands. Only pull on the mains plug, not on the lead. The plug socket on the appliance may be used only for the purposes defined in the usage instruc- tions. Do not leave the appliance unattended. If there is a long work interruption, disconnect the mains plug. The vacuum cleaner should not be used or stored outside in wet conditions. IMPORTANT - This machine must only be stored indoors. Acids, acetone and solvents can corrode the appli- ance components. Prior to any servicing work, clean the appli- ance. Switch off the appliance after each use and pull out the mains plug. Steam cleaners and high-pressure cleaners must not be used to clean the vacuum cleaner. The inside of the cover must always be kept dry. Mold contamination can result if the appliance is not cleaned for an extended period, especially if used in areas where foodstuffs are processed: Always clean and disinfect the vacuum cleaner immediately after use. Never open the appliance outdoors during rain or storms. The appliance must not be operated in areas with an explosion hazard. Ensure that the vacuum cleaner is steady. If the extracted air is discharged into the room, ensure there is an adequate air change rate (L) in the room. Observe the regulations that apply in your country. Caution! This appliance contains dust that is harmful to health. Discharge and mainte- nance operations (including disposal of the dust collection containers) must only be carried out by qualified specialists wearing appropriate protective clothing and equipment. Warning - general danger! Caution! Do not use the appliance until you have read the Operating Instructions. WARNING - Operating staff must be provided with appropriate instruction on how to use this vacuum cleaner. 4 Special Safety Instructions 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 15 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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16 ENGLISH ENG Special safety instructions for ASR 35 M AutoClean: Warning sign for machines with dust class M: During discharge and maintenance operations, note the following: Clean the appliance before opening it. Wear a dust mask. Avoid covering third parties with dust. Provide local filtered forced ventilation. Then clean the maintenance area. Do not operate the appliance without the complete filtration system. (The system comprises filter cassettes and PE filter bags). According to tests carried out as per EN 60335 section 1 and 69, the appliance also meets elec- trical safety requirements relating to the extraction of a water-air mixture. Special safety instructions for ASR 35 L AutoClean: Warning sign for machines with dust class L: While the appliance is suitable for extracting substances that pose a slight threat to health, it is not appropriate for reducing wood dust in inhaled air. Dust from material such as paint containing lead, some wood species, minerals and metal may be harmful. Contact with or inhalation of the dust may cause allergic reactions and/or respiratory diseases to the operator or bystanders. Certain kinds of dust are classified as carcinogenic such as oak and beech dust especially in conjunc- tion with additives for wood conditioning (chro- mate, wood preservative). See page 3 (please unfold). 1 Suction power regulator * 2 Rotary switch On/Off/Automatic/AutoClean 3 Volume flow control display 4 Plug socket for power tool 5 Rotary switch for selecting the extraction hose diameter * 6 PE filter bag * 7 Fleece filter bag * 8 Paper filter bag * 9 Upper part 10 Snap lock 11 Container 12 Cable holder (fold it back and use it to suspend the mains connection lead) 13 Sealing plug (for ASR 35 M AutoClean only) * 14 Suction opening 15 Locking bar (for opening the hood to change filter cassettes) 16 Locking knob 17 Motor protection filter 18 Filter cassette (according to IFA C) * depending on equipment/not included in scope of delivery Before plugging in, check that the rated mains voltage and mains frequency, as stated on the rating label, match with your power supply. 6.1 Secure the sealing plug (for ASR 35 M AutoClean only) Fit the chain of the sealing plug (13) to the inner diameter of the suction opening (14). 6.2 Inserting a Paper Filter Bag or Fleece Filter Bag Paper filter bags (8) are not suitable for wet vacu- uming. Switch off the appliance, remove the mains plug and open the snap locks (10). Remove the upper part of the appliance (9) from the container (11). On the inside of the suction opening, push the red rotary slide with its "triangle" marking upwards. (To twist the slide, push it slightly towards the suction hose, and pull it back after twisting). Holding the new paper filter bag/fleece filter bag by the flange, slide the bottom part over the suction connection, and the top part over the latch pin. Replace the upper part of the appliance on the container, close the snap locks. 6.3 Inserting a PE Filter Bag PE filter bags (6) are suitable for both wet and dry vacuuming. 5 Overview 6 Initial Operation paper 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 16 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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ENGLISH 17 ENG Switch off the appliance, remove the mains plug and open the snap locks (10). Remove the upper part (9) from the container (11). On the inside of the suction opening, push the red rotary slide with its "circle" marking upwards. (To twist the slide, push it slightly towards the suction hose, and pull it back after twisting). Hold the PE filter bag (6) on the flange and, with its opening, guide it first over the latch at the bottom part of the suction opening, then fit up to the stop on the suction opening.8 Spread out the PE filter bag (6) evenly across the container floor. Arrange the edges of the PE filter bag around the container rim so that the bag is firmly clamped on all sides by the upper part (5), once replaced. 7.1 Switching On/Off, Automatic, Auto- Clean Select the required operating mode using the switch (2): Position "0": • Vacuum cleaner is switched off Position "I": • Vacuum cleaner is switched on • AutoClean* is switched off Position "IR": • Vacuum cleaner is switched on • AutoClean* is switched on Position "AR": • Automatic On/Off switch: The vacuum cleaner is switched on or off by means of a power tool connected to the mains socket (4). (Note: The vacuum cleaner continues to run for approx. 10 seconds after the power tool is switched off. This is to ensure that dust does not remain in the hose.) • AutoClean* is switched on * AutoClean (Automatic Vibrate function): auto- matic filter cleaning when you switch on the appliance and when a specified vacuum value is reached. For filters that remain clear, with no need to interrupt work. 7.2 Power socket (4) The power socket (4) is designed for connection to a power tool only. The total maximum permissible current consumption (of vacuum cleaner and connected unit) must not exceed the value Imax (see table, page 2). Caution! Ensure that the power tool is switched off when plugging it in. Regardless of the switch position, the plug socket is always live when the mains plug is plugged in. If the switch is (2) in the "0" position, you can use the plug socket as an extension lead (e.g. for a light fitting). If the switch (2) is in the "AR" position, the vacuum cleaner is switched on or off by means of a power tool connected to the mains socket (4). 7.3 Suction control regulator (ASR 35 L AutoClean only) Using the suction power regulator (1), you can adjust the motor speed and thus the suction power continuously to the working conditions. 7.4 Volume flow control display The volume flow control display lights up when the container is full and/or if the suction hose is blocked. (3). In the case of ASR 35 M AutoClean, an acoustic signal is also issued. 7.5 Rotary switch for setting the suction hose diameter (ASR 35 M AutoClean only) Adjust the rotary switch (5) to the hose diameter of the suction hose fitted. The volume flow is being monitored if switch (2) is at the "AR" or "IR" position. If the volume flow falls below a set value, the filter cassettes (18) are automatically vibrated (without any reduction in suction power). If the value still remains too low, the volume flow control display lights up (in switch position "AR" an acoustic signal is also sounded) to indicate that the container must be emptied, or that the paper filter bag (8)/fleece filter bag (7) or the PE filter bag (6) must be replaced. Ø 35 mm => 70 m³/h Ø 27 mm => 40 m³/h Ø 19 mm => 20 m³/h Note: If the suction hose diameter is 19 mm or less, and if the flow conditions in the suction hose are unfavourable, the volume flow control display (3) may occasionally light up and the acoustic signal may sound, even though the paper filter bag/fleece filter bag does not yet need to be emptied. In this case, lay out the tube straight and clean it. 7 The Appliance plastic F F O 0 N O A I N O R IR I R A 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 17 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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18 ENGLISH ENG Note: If you need to turn the rotary switch to a lower value because of a machine generating dust (e.g. small diameter of suction canal in the machine generating dust, compared to large suction hose diameter) (5), there is no guarantee that dust will be conveyed adequately in the suction hose. The suction hose must be removed from the machine generating dust after every oper- ating sequence, so it can be vacuumed clear. 8.1 Dry Vacuuming Vacuum using a dry filter, dry appliance and dry accessories only. If the cartridge is damp, dust may stick and form a crust. Always use filter cassettes (18) when using paper filter bags (8), fleece filter bags (7) or PE filter bags (6) . 8.2 Wet vacuuming Never operate the machine without inserting a filter cassette first (18) The machine may be destroyed and water may also escape. Vacuum without a paper filter (8) bag. You can use either fleece filter bags (7) or PE filter bags (6). The filter cartridges (18) are suitable for wet vacu- uming. Before carrying out any wet vacuuming, remove the dry vacuumed material. This process will prevent severe soiling and encrustation. The integrated water sensor switches off the motor when the container is full. Empty the appliance. If the appliance is not switched off, the restart protection device remains effective. The appliance is not operable again until it has been switched off and switched back on again. After switching off, some water may run back out of the hose. Before emptying, first of all take the suction hose out of the liquid. If you are then going to dry vacuum, insert a dry filter. If there is frequent switching between dry and wet vacuuming, we recommend the use of a second (replacement) filter. Allow the filter, container and accessories to dry: otherwise dust may adhere to damp components. 8.3 Special instructions for ASR 35 M AutoClean: Use as industrial vacuum cleaner (IS): Turn switch (2) to the "IR" position. Adjust the rotary switch (5) to a diameter of 35 mm. If the volume flow falls below the set value , the volume flow control display lights up to indicate that the container must be emptied, or that the paper filter bag (8) /fleece filter bag (7) or the PE filter bag (8) must be replaced. Use as a dust extractor (ENT): The dust extractor must not be connected to more than one dust source. Turn switch (2) to the "AR" position. Adjust the rotary switch (5) to the hose diameter of the suction hose fitted. For more detailed informa- tion, see section 7.5. Connect the power tool (deactivated) to the plug socket (4). See section 7.2. If the volume flow falls below a set value, the filter cassettes (18) are automatically vibrated (without any reduction in suction power). If the value remains too low, the volume flow control display lights up and an acoustic signal is also issued: indicating that the container must be emptied or the paper filter bag (8)/fleece filter bag (7) or the PE filter bag (6) must be replaced. 8.4 Transport In the case of the ASR 35 L AutoClean, leave the hose on the appliance to prevent dust accidentally escaping. In the case of ASR 35 M AutoClean, seal the suction opening (14) with a sealing plug (13) and join the hose ends to prevent dust from escaping. Wrap the suction hose about the vacuum cleaner. Place the accessories in a suitable plastic bag and seal the bag. Suspend the mains connection lead on the cable holder (12). The upper part (9) must be securely sealed to the container (11) - check that the snap locks (10) are closed. 9.1 General Cleaning Instructions Clean the container and accessories with water. Wipe the upper part (9) with a damp cloth. Caution! This appliance contains dust that is harmful to health. Discharge and maintenance operations (including disposal of the dust collec- tion containers) must only be carried out by quali- fied specialists wearing appropriate protective clothing and equipment. 8 Use 9 Cleaning 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 18 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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ENGLISH 19 ENG Emptying the Container Only permitted for dusts with occupational exposure limits > 1mg/m3. - Unplug. - ASR 35 M AutoClean: Remove the suction hose, close the suction opening (14) with the sealing plug (13). - Open the snap locks (10). Remove the upper part (9) from the container (11). - Tip out the container. Dispose of the paper filter bag/fleece filter bag. - Unplug. - Pull on mask. - ASR 35 M AutoClean: Remove the suction hose, close the suction opening (14) with the sealing plug (13). - Open the snap locks (10). Remove the upper part (9) from the container (11). - Carefully pull back and remove the paper filter bag (8)/fleece filter bag (7) from the suction opening (14). Seal the flange of the paper filter bag/fleece filter bag by folding over the cover. - Dispose of the vacuumed material in accordance with legal regulations. Disposing of the PE Filter Bag - Insert mains plug. - Switch on the vacuum cleaner and vibrate the filters: turn the switch (2) to the "IR" position. - Switch off the vacuum cleaner: turn the switch (2) to the "0" position. - Pull on mask. - ASR 35 M AutoClean: Remove the suction hose, close the suction opening (14) with the sealing plug (13). - Open the snap locks (10). Remove the upper part (9) from the container (11). Before setting down the upper part, turn switch (2) to the "I" position so that any falling dust is vacuumed. - Carefully pull back the PE filter bag (6) from the suction opening (14). Seal the flange of the PE filter bag by folding over the cover. - Dispose of the vacuumed material in accordance with legal regulations. 9.2 Special cleaning instructions for ASR 35 M AutoClean: In the case of class M machines, the outside of the machine should be cleaned (vacuumed and wiped down), or treated with sealants before being removed from the hazardous area. All machine parts must be considered to be contaminated when removed from the hazardous area: suitable meas- ures must be taken to prevent any dispersal of the dust. When carrying out maintenance or repairs, it is essential to dispose of any contaminated objects that cannot be adequately cleaned. These objects must be disposed of using impermeable bags and in accordance with the applicable regulations for removing such waste. 10.1 General Instructions Before performing any maintenance, always switch off the appliance and remove the mains plug. Clean the appliance (see section9). For maintenance by the user, the vacuum cleaner must be taken apart, cleaned and maintained, to the extent possible, without endangering mainte- nance staff or other people. Preventive Measures Appropriate preventive measures include: cleaning the appliance before disassembly; providing local filtered forced ventilation where the vacuum cleaner is disassembled; cleaning of the maintenance area and providing suitable personal protective clothing and equipment. 10.2 Reduction in suction power If the suction power decreases, carry out the following steps: 1. Clean the filter cassettes by activating the elec- tromagnetic vibrator (set switch (2) to the "IR" position). 2. Empty the container or replace the paper filter bag (8)/fleece filter bag (7) or PE filter bag (6). 3. Replace the filter cartridges (18) 10.3 Renew the filter cartridges (18) Shake the filter cassettes (18) once again before replacing the filters, by switching on the electro- magnetic vibrator (set switch (2) to the "IR" posi- tion). Use a coin or a similar object to turn the locking knob (16) on the locking bar (15) counter-clock- wise through 90° and push the bar (15) to the rear. Swing up the hood and pull up the filter cartridges (18) to remove them. Seal the removed filter cassettes immediately in a dust-tight plastic bag and dispose of them in accordance with regula- tions. Insert new filter cartridges, ensuring they are correctly and securely in place. 10.4 Motor protection filter Regularly check the motor protection filter. If the motor protection filter (17) is contaminated, this indicates that the filter cassettes (18) may be defective: - Replace the filter cartridges (18) - Replace the motor protection filter (17), or rinse it under running water, dry it and then replace. 10 Servicing 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 19 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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20 ENGLISH ENG 10.5 Water sensor Clean the water sensor regularly and check it for signs of damage. 10.6 Technical Inspection for ASR 35 M AutoClean At least once a year, the manufacturer or a suitably qualified and trained person must carry out a dust test, e.g. to check for damage to the filter, verify that the appliance is air-tight and that the control unit is functioning correctly. For maintenance by the user, the vacuum cleaner must be taken apart, cleaned and maintained, to the extent possible, without endangering mainte- nance staff or other people. Preventive Measures Appropriate preventive measures include: cleaning the appliance before disassembly; providing local filtered forced ventilation where the vacuum cleaner is disassembled; cleaning of the maintenance area and providing suitable personal protective clothing and equipment. When carrying out maintenance or repairs, it is essential to dispose of any contaminated objects that cannot be adequately cleaned. These objects must be disposed of using impermeable bags and in accordance with the applicable regulations for removing such waste. If the volume flow control display (3) lights up or if an acoustic signal is sounded (ASR 35 M Auto- Clean only), this indicates that the paper filter bag/ fleece filter bag must be emptied. Reduction in suction power: See the instructions in the section on Cleaning. • Filter cassettes (18) soiled? Clean the cassettes. • Paper filter bag (8)/fleece filter bag (7) full? Replace the filter bag. • PE filter bag (6) full? Replace the filter bag. • Container (11) full? Empty the container. • Motor protection filter (17) clogged? - See section 10. • Nozzle, tubes or hose blocked? Clean. Appliance will not start: • Is the plug in the plug socket? • No power from mains? • Mains lead OK? • Appliance hood correctly closed? • Has the water sensor cut off? - Empty the container; then switch on and off again. • Switch (2) in "AR" position? - Set to "I" or "IR". See section 7.1. • The vacuum cleaner is not switched on or off by means of a power tool, even though switch (2) is set to the "AR" position. - Connect the power tool to the plug socket (4). Dust in the container when paper filter bag/ fleece filter bag is fitted: • The position of the rotary slide is incorrect. See section 6.2. PE filter bag is sucked against the filter cassettes (18) : • The position of the rotary slide is incorrect. See section 6.3. PE filter bag is sucked against the filter cassettes (18) : • The position of the rotary slide is incorrect. See section 6.3. Do not interfere with the appliance. Contact an authorized workshop or Metabo's after-sales service department (see section on 13 Repairs). f Use only genuine Metabo accessories. If you need any accessories, check with your dealer. See page 4. ASR 35 L AutoClean and ASR 35 M AutoClean: 19 Paper filter bags-M 5 bags = 1 set 20 Fleece filter bags-M 5 bags = 1 set 21 PE filter bags-M 5 bags = 1 set 22 Filter cartridge-M cellulose material 2 pieces = 1 set 23 Filter cartridge-M polyester material 2 cartridges = 1 set 24 HEPA filter cartridge 2 pieces = 1 set 25 Motor protection filter (1 filter) You must order 2 items. 26 Handle 27 Cable clips (10 clips) 28 Suction hose 29 Connecting piece 30 Suction tubes (2 items) 31 Intermediate piece 32 Suction nozzle 33 Floor nozzle (metal fitting) 34 Universal nozzle 35 Universal brush 36 Upholstery brush 37 Crevice nozzle 38 Rubber nozzle 11 Troubleshooting 12 Accessories 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 20 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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ENGLISH 21 ENG 39 Floor nozzle set (with floor piece and wet vacuuming piece) 40 Multi-purpose nozzle 41 Power tools suction set 42 Suction hose 43 Suction hose (antistatic) 44 Adapter 45 Suction hose with connecting piece inner dia. 30 mm and connecting piece outer dia. 35 mm Repairs to appliances must be carried out by qual- ified electricians only! Use only original Metabo spare parts. Contact your local Metabo representative if you have Metabo power tools requiring repairs. For addresses see www.metabo.com. You can download a list of spare parts from www.metabo.com. Metabo's packaging can be 100% recycled. Worn-out devices and accessories contain large amounts of valuable raw materials and plastics, which can also be recycled. These instructions are printed on chlorine-free bleached paper. For EU countries only: Never dispose of appliances in your household waste! In accordance with European Guideline 2002/ 96/EC on used electronic and electric equipment and its implementation in national legal systems, used power tools must be collected separately and returned for environmentally compatible recy- cling. Explanatory notes on the specifications on page 2. Changes due to technological progress reserved. K = Dust class As per EN 60335-2-69. A = Outer dimensions U = Mains voltage F = Mains frequency A = Current consumption N = Mains connection lead P1 = Nominal power input pU1 = Max. vacuum (at hose) pU2 = Max. vacuum (at blower) Vl/s1 = Max. volume flow (at hose) Vl/s2 = Max. volume flow (at blower) Dmax1 = Max. throughput (at hose) Dmax2 = Max. throughput (at blower) V = Max. container volume m = Weight (without mains cable) A-effective perceived sound levels: LpA = Sound pressure level LWA = Acoustic power level During operation the noise level can exceed 80 dB(A). Wear ear protectors! Measured values determined in conformity with EN 60704. ~ Alternating current The technical specifications quoted are subject to tolerances (in compliance with the relevant valid standards). 13 Repairs 14 Environmental Protection 15 Technical Specifications 17027067_0711 ASR 35 L_M AutoClean ENTWURF.book Seite 21 Montag, 25. Juli 2011 4:46 16
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