C 130.2-8 PCD

Nilfisk C 130.2-8 PCD manual

C 130.2-8 PCD

User manual for the Nilfisk C 130.2-8 PCD in English. This PDF manual has 23 pages.

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128332679 b (01.2015) EN-DA-NO-SV-FI-DE-FR-NL-IT-ES-PT-EL- TR-CS-HU-PL-HR-SL-SK-LV-LT-ET-RU-ZH C 125.4 / C 130.2 / C-PG 130.2 X-TRA Instructions for use
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3 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH Contents 1 Introduction..................................................................................................4 1.1 Symbols used to mark instruction.......................................................................4 2 Safety precautions and working techniques................................................4 3 Before you start using your high pressure washer................................10 3.1 Mounting of trolley handle, hose hook and hose reel .......................................10 3.2 Mounting of quick coupling ...............................................................................10 3.3 Mounting of Battery (Cell battery – CR 2032) – Only for models with Wireless regulation .................................................................................................10 4 Operating your high pressure washer.....................................................11 4.1 Connection of high pressure hose....................................................................11 4.2 Mounting of spray lance and Click&Clean nozzles...........................................11 4.3 Water Connection .............................................................................................11 4.4 Starting the high pressure washer....................................................................12 4.5 Pressure regulation on the TORNADO® PR-nozzle.........................................12 4.6 Stationary use...................................................................................................12 4.7 Pairing the machine (Models with wireless regulation).....................................13 4.8 Using wireless regulation (Models with wireless regulation).............................13 5 Fields of application and working methods............................................13 5.1 General.............................................................................................................13 5.2 Typical fields of application ...............................................................................14 6 After using the pressure washer..............................................................15 6.1 Stopping the high pressure washer ..................................................................15 7 Maintenance...............................................................................................15 8 Troubleshooting.........................................................................................16 9 Accessories and detergents.....................................................................17 10 Warranty Conditions .................................................................................17 11 Main technical Data ...................................................................................18 12 Declaration of Conformity.........................................................................19
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4 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH 1 Introduction 1.1 Symbols used to mark instruction All pictograms attached to the high pressure washer and its components are shown and ex- plained in this manual. Safety instructions marked with this symbol must be observed to prevent personal injury or serious damage to property. Caution where there is a risk of damaging the machine or its individual components. This symbol indicates tips and instructions to simplify work and to ensure a safe operation of the high pressure washer. 2 Safety precautions and working techniques Before starting up your machine for the first time, this instruction manual must be read through carefully. Save the instructions for later use. WARNING! • Inhalation of aerosols can be hazardous to health. Where applicable use a device in order to avoid or re- duce aerosols production, e.g., a shield covering the nozzle. For protection against aerosols use a respira- tory mask of class FFP 2 or higher. • The high water pressure generated by the machine and the power connection are particular sources of danger. • Machines shall not be used by children or untrained personnel. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the machine. • Do not use the machine within range of persons un- less they wear protective clothing. • Before starting up your machine please check it care- fully for any defects. If you find any, do not start up your machine, contact your Nilfisk distributor. The in- sulation of the electric cable should be faultless and without any cracks. If the electric cable is damaged, an authorized Nilfisk distributor should replace it. • Always unplug the power plug before cleaning or maintenance and when replacing parts or converting the machine to another function. 
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5 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH • Observe the national safety regulations issued, for example, by the employers liability insurance associa- tion, social security institutions, occupational safety and health authorities or other organizations. Accessories and spare parts • To ensure the machine safety only use original spare parts from Nilfisk or approved by Nilfisk. • High pressure hoses, fittings and couplings are impor- tant for the safety of the machine. Only use hoses, fit- tings and couplings recommended by Nilfisk. Physical, sensory or mental conditions • This machine is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, senso- ry or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge. If the machine is used by people with re- duced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge they shall have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the machine in a safe way and understand the hazards in- volved. Applications This machine has been developed for domestic use such as: • Car, motorbike, boat, caravan, trailer, patio/drive/flag- stones, woodwork, brickwork, barbecue, garden furni- ture, lawn mower. Any other use is considered as improper use. Nilfisk accepts no liability for any damage resulting from such use. The risk for such use is borne solely by the user. Proper use also includes proper operation, servicing and repairs as specified in this instruction. Clothing and equipment Always take action to protect yourself when operating the machine. • Wear shoes with non-slip soles. • Wear goggles, ear protection and protective clothes 
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6 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH during operation. Transporting the high pressure washer • When transporting the machine in or on a vehicle, it must be secured, e.g. with straps, so that it cannot slip or tip over. • Nilfisk recommends that the machine is positioned horizontally on the backside, when transported in or on a vehicle. Detergents • This machine has been designed for use with clean- ing agents supplied or recommended by Nilfisk. The use of other cleaning agents or chemicals may ad- versely affect the function of the machine.  Before starting the work Inspecting the machine • Do not use the machine if a supply cord or important parts of the machine are damaged, e.g., safety de- vice, high pressure hose, and spray handle and spray attachments. • The trigger of the spray handle must move easily and automatically return to its starting position when re- leased. • Always keep high pressure hose and spray attach- ment in good condition (clean, moving easily) and cor- rectly assembled. Electrical connection WARNING! Minimize the risk for electrical shock: • Voltage and frequency of the machine (see rating plate) must match the voltage of and frequency of the mains supply. • Only connect the machine to electrical installation made by a certified electrician and comply with IEC 60364-1. • It is recommended that the electrical supply to the  
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7 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH machine should include a residual current device that will interrupt the supply if the leakage current to earth exceeds 30 mA for 30 ms. • Inadequate extension cables can be dangerous. If an extension cable is used, it shall be suitable for outdoor use, and the connection has to be kept dry and off the ground. • Nilfisk recommends use of an extension cable drum when cable extension is needed which keeps the socket at least 60 mm above the ground. • If the electric cable is damaged, it must be replaced by an authorized Nilfisk distributor or similar qualified person in order to avoid a hazard. Water connection • This high pressure washer is only allowed to be con- nected with the drinking water mains, when an appro- priate backflow preventer has been installed, Type BA according to EN 60335-2-79. • The backflow preventer can be ordered under number 106411177. • As soon as drinking water has flown through the back- flow preventer, it is no longer regarded as drinking water. • Operation by suction (e.g. a rainwater vessel) is car- ried out without a backflow preventer – see “Connec- ting to a pressureless water supply”. The machine can be connected to water mains with a max. inlet- pressure of 1 MPa/10 bars and max. 40°C. Safety devices Locking device on spray handle: • The spray handle features a locking device. When the pawl is activated, the spray handle cannot be ope- rated. Thermal sensor: • A thermal sensor protects the motor against overload- ing. The machine will restart after a few minutes when the thermal sensor has cooled.
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8 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH Pressure safety device: • An integrated hydraulic safety valve protects the system from excessive pressure. During work WARNING! • It is not allowed to clean asbestos-containing surfaces with high pressure. • Risk of explosion – Do not spray flammable liquids. • Never draw in fluids containing solvents (e.g., gaso- line, heating oil, paint thinner or acetone) These sub- stances damage the materials used in the machine. Their spray is highly combustible, explosive and poi- sonous. • Never direct the water jet at yourself, other persons, not even to clean clothing or footwear - risk of injury. • Never direct the water jet at pets or other animals. • Never direct the water jet at live electrical equipment or the machine itself - danger of short-circuiting. • The spray lance is affected by a kickback force less than 20N and a sudden torque when activating the trigger of the spray handle during operation. • This high pressure washer machine must not be oper- ated at temperatures below 0°C. • Never start up a frozen machine. Frost damages are not covered by the guarantee! • Always ensure firm and safe footing. • The machine shall be operated in an upright position. • If the machine is left or not used for 5 minutes, it must be switched off on the start/stop switch "O" (1). After finishing the work WARNING! • Always switch off the machine and unplug the power plug from the socket after work and when leaving the machine unattended. • Disconnect water inlet hose between machine and water supply.
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9 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH • Always empty pump, hose and accessories of water after use of the machine and prior to storing. Maintenance and repairs WARNING! • Always disconnect the electrical plug from the socket prior to maintenance, cleaning and repair. • Any repair should always be made in Nilfisk autho- rized workshop with original Nilfisk spare parts. • Do not attempt any maintenance not described in the instructions. • If the machine refuses to start, stops, pulsates, pres- sure fluctuates, motor busses, fuse blows or no wa- ter comes out, check the trouble shooting diagram in these instructions. In case other problems occur, please contact your local Nilfisk distributor. Recycling the high pressure washer Make the old machine unusable immediately. • Unplug the machine. • Cut the electric cable. • The battery must be removed from the appliance be- fore it is scrapped; the battery is to be disposed of safely. Do not discard electrical appliances with household waste. As specified in WEEE Directive 2012/19/EC on old electrical and electronic appliances, used electrical goods must be collected separately and recycled eco- logically. Contact your local authorities or your nearest dealer for further information.
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10 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH 3 Before you start using your high pressure washer See the pictorial quick reference guide – unpacking. Illustration shows the operation elements and how to prepare your machine for use. Operation elements 1 Start/stop switch 2 Water inlet (with filter) 3 High pressure connection 4 High pressure hose 5 Electric cable 6 Click & Clean spray lance 7 Spray gun with lock (7a) 8 Click & Clean Tornado® PR nozzle 9 Click & Clean Powerspeed® nozzle 10 Click & Clean foam sprayer 11 Nozzle cleaning tool 12 Trolley Handle 13 Hose reel (not standard) 14 Hose hook / cable hook 15 Model tag 16 Warning sign 17 Quick coupling 3.1 Mounting of trolley handle, hose hook and hose reel Mounting of trolley handle and hose hook (standard modelsl) A1 Mount the trolley handle (12) on the machine. Mount the hose hook (14) on the handle. Mounting of trolley handle and hose reel (models with hose reel) A2 Mount the trolley handle (12) on the machine. Mount the hose reel (13) on the handle. 3.2 Mounting of quick coupling A3 When mounting the quick coupling for the first time, check that the factory fitted filter is positioned in the water inlet pipe. IMPORTANT! The inlet filter must always be fitted in the water inlet pipe to filter out sand, limestone and other impurities as these will damage the pump valves. The filter is factory fitted. If the filter is removed this will invalidate the guarantee. 3.3 Mounting of Battery (Cell battery – CR 2032) – Only for models with Wireless regulation A4 Unscrew (1) the lid (2) to access the battery compartment in the wireless spray handle. Gently push the battery (3) into the battery holder (4), + sign facing upwards as illustrated. Mount the lid (1) to the battery compartment (2). Make sure that the lid gasket (3) is still placed properly in the groove at the spray handle. A5 When the battery is mounted correctly, the orange LED (1) will flash for two minutes or until the spray handle has been paired with the machine. If pairing is not executed within 2 min., the spray handle enters into stand-by mode (battery saving) -> for pairing see section 4.7. • If in standby mode and no pairing is in place, then the pairing process can be revital- ized by pressing the up/down keys to activate the spray handle. Orange LED will then flash until pairing is completed or resuming standby mode.  A
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11 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH IMPORTANT! When the battery runs out and you insert a new battery, the old battery must be disposed of safely. 4 Operating your high pressure washer See the pictorial quick reference guide – operating your high pressure washer. 4.1 Connection of high pressure hose B1 Attach the high pressure hose (4) to the spray handle (7). Detach the high pressure hose by pressing the pawl (A). B2 Mount the high pressure hose on the outlet (3). 4.2 Mounting of spray lance and Click&Clean nozzles B3 Push the spray lance (6) into the spray handle (7), twist and release. NOTE! The spray lance has a built-in low pressure nozzle that can be used for flushing away dirt. B4 When attaching the nozzles (8, 9), press the nozzles into the spray lance. IMPORTANT! When attaching the click & Clean nozzles, the pawl on the side of the spray lance should come out again. The nozzle should stay in position when pulling it. B5 Push the foam sprayer (10) into the spray lance (6). NOTE! The foam sprayer features a swivel lock, which must be positioned in the hole in the Click & Clean spray lance. Press the pawl to detach the Click & clean nozzles and the foam sprayer. IMPORTANT! Before starting the cleaning job, check that the machine is in an upright position and placed on an even surface. Do not place the machine in long grass! 4.3 Water Connection IMPORTANT! Connecting to pressurized water supply The inlet water max. pressure is 1 MPa/10 bar and the max. temperature is 40°C – see rating plate. An ordinary ½" garden hose of min. 10 m and max. 25 m will be suitable. B6 Check that the filter is fitted in the water inlet pipe and that it is not clogged up. B7 Connect the water hose to the water supply by means of the quick connector. Turn on the water. Connection to the drinking water mains according to national and local regulations. Let the water run through the water hose before connecting it to the machine to prevent sand and dirt from penetrating the machine.  B   
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12 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH B8 Turn off the water and connect the water hose by means of the quick coupling to the wa- ter inlet of the machine. Connecting to pressure less water supply The machine can also operate in suction mode, meaning that you can connect the machine to e.g. rainwater vessels, rivers, lakes and cisterns etc. When taking in water from non drinking water mains the backflow preventer is not needed. When connecting the machine to operate from pressure less water supplies – always use ad- ditional filtering to secure that impurities are not sucked in. Hose length should be max. 3 meter and of minimum ½". To meet these requirements, Nilfisk recommends that you use the original Nilfisk suction hose kit. The Machine is designed for suction up to 0.5 meter above water surface. • Position the machine at max. 0.5 meter above the water surface. Detach the high pressure hose from the outlet. • Ensure that the inlet filter is in position and attach the suction hose kit, secure tight connec- tion to the inlet. • Turn on the machine, turning the start/stop switch (1) to position "I". • Wait until a steady jet exits the outlet. • Switch off the machine and attach high pressure hose (4), spray handle, lance and nozzle. • Start the machine again and activate the spray handle. 4.4 Starting the high pressure washer IMPORTANT! Connecting to mains power supply The voltage and frequency of the machine (see model tag (15)) must match the voltage and frequency of the power supply. Connecting the high pressure washer to a supply system, the max allowed impedance is = 0,29+j0,18 (Zmax). Consult with the supply authority that the equipment is connected only to a supply of that impedance or less. B9 Insert the power plug into power supply socket. B10 Turn on the water. B11 Release the trigger lock (7a). Remember to unplug, turn off the high pressure washer and lock the trigger, when leaving the high pressure washer unattended B12 Activate the trigger of the spray handle and let the water run until all air has escaped from the water hose. B13 Turn on the machine, pressing the start/stop switch to position "I". B14 Activate the trigger of the spray handle. When releasing the trigger of the spray handle, the machine automatically stops. The machine will start again when you reactivate the trigger of the spray handle. 4.5 Pressure regulation on the TORNADO® PR-nozzle B15 The pressure can be regulated on the TORNADO® PR nozzle. 4.6 Stationary use B16 If mounting a special wall hook (not standard), the pressure washer can be used as a stationary solution meaning that it can be operated while hanging on the wall. Only mount the wall hook on a sturdy wall. Adjust the length of the screws and size of rawlplugs to the type of wall. B17 On the wall hook Multi Brush (a) foam sprayer (b), Click & Clean brush (c) and Click & Clean nozzles (d) can be stored.   
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13 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH IMPORTANT! The bearing capacity of the wall hook is max. 30 kg. 4.7 Pairing the machine (Models with wireless regulation) B18 Before using the machine with wireless regulation, the spray handle must be electrically paired to the machine. When the battery has been mounted - ref. section 3.4, and the spray handle is in pairing mode (orange LED is flashing (1) then turn on (2) the machine. The orange LED is now turned off and the spray handle is operational. 4.8 Using wireless regulation (Models with wireless regulation) B19 The water pressure and use of energy is regulated by clicking the arrows (1) on the spray handle. The power can be regulated stepwise by pushing and releasing each button. It can also be regulated continuously by pushing and holding down each button. If so, the power will be increased/ decreased until max/ min is reached. The green LED illustrating the power level (2) is only lighting when pressing the up/down keys (1). • Other wireless units (eg. microwave ovens, baby monitors, neighbours' wireless devices) that operate in the 2.4 GHz band can have a reduced effect on the wireless range between spray handle and machine. 5 Fields of application and working methods 5.1 General Efficient high presure cleaning is achieved by following a few guidelines, combined with your own personal experience of specific cleaning tasks. Accessories and detergents, when correct- ly chosen, can increase the efficiency of your pressure washer. Here is some basic information about cleaning. 5.1.1 Detergent and foam Foam or detergent should be applied onto dry surfaces so that the chemical product is in direct contact with the dirt. Detergents are applied from bottom to top, for example on a car body- work, in order to avoid "super clean" areas, where the detergent collects in higher concentrati- on and streams downwards. Let the detergent work for several minutes before rinsing but never let it dry on the surface being cleaned. Note: It is important that the detergents do not dry up. Otherwise the surface that has to be cleaned can be damaged. 5.1.2 Mechanical effect In order to break down tough layers of dirt, additional mechanical effect may be required. Spe- cial wash brushes offer this supplementary effect that cuts through dirt (especially by car wash- ing). 
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14 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH 5.2 Typical fields of application Below you will find a description of a lot of cleaning tasks which can be solved by a pressure washer from Nilfisk in association with accessories and detergents. Task Accessories ‘Click & Clean’ Cleaning method Car Car nozzle, auto brush, underchassis nozzle, Foam sprayer, Car Combi Cleaner 1. Apply Car Combi Cleaner with the foam sprayer. Always start from the bottom and work upwards. Let Car Combi Cleaner act for at least 5 min. 2. Wash the car with the car nozzle, which has been optimized for quick and gentle cleaning of enamelled surfaces (the jet is wider and not so sharp). Start at the front of the car and work back- wards to avoid water from penetrating by the door mouldings. 3. Use the brush for removal of traffic film which is not removed by the nozzle. If the car is very dirty, apply Car Combi Cleaner again. 4. Attach the undercarriage nozzle and clean undercarriage and wheel arches. 5. Remove water from the surface of the car with the scraper on the car brush. Make sure that all grains of sand etc. have been removed before using the scraper. Wipe with a wash lea- ther where the scraper cannot reach. Rims, alumi- nium Multi Brush with Rim brush head, auto nozzle, foam sprayer, Car Combi Cleaner Apply Car Combi Cleaner with the foam sprayer or the Multibrush with detergent tank. Let it act for approx. 5 min.. Wash with rim brush head. Be careful! The high pressure jet may damage the tyres. Flagstones, concrete floors and other hard surfaces Powerspeed® nozzle, Stone & Wood Cleaner, Patio Cleaner Wash towards outlets or the like. On surfaces with foulings you may start by applying Stone & Wood Cleaner with the foam sprayer. Wash before the soap dries. Another more effective and quicker method is to use the Patio Cleaner. Thus you will also avoid splashes. Garden furni- ture, wood Multi Brush with Garden brush head (with or without detergent tank) Stone & Wood Cleaner Foam sprayer Apply Stone & Wood Cleaner with foam sprayer or Multi Brush with Garden brush head and wash before the soap dries. NOTE: Use the Multi Brush with Garden brush head to clean off the dirt. Brickwork, Wood work Powerspeed® nozzle, Stone & Wood Cleaner, Patio Cleaner Same method as for flagstones, but be careful - bad joints and wood may be damaged by high pressure.You may choose only to use the Tornado® nozzle. Adjust the distance (pressure) to the quality of the joints and the wood. Patio Cleaner can also be used on vertical surfaces. Gutter Underchassis spray lance Wash the gutter with the nozzle. Always wash towards downpipes. Beware not to spray under the roofing. Cleaning of drain pipes, outlets, down pipes etc. Tube cleaner Push the tube cleaner approx. ½ m (to mark) into a tube or drain and activate the trigger of the spray handle. The nozzle opening turning backwards will pull the cleaner through the tube. The nozzle will break down the „plug“ and flush the dirt backwards. Rust, paint Water/sandblasting equipment Mount the water/sand blasting equipment and rust and paint is efficiently and quickly removed. Beware not to damage the surface to be sandblasted. Greenhouse Tornado® PR nozzle brush, Stone & Wood Cleaner Wash with high pressure and maybe a brush.You may use Stone & Wood Cleaner to remove moss and algae. Garden tools, lawn mover Tornado® PR nozzle, Power- speed® nozzle, multiangle adaptor, Metal Cleaner Rinse the worst dirt off with the nozzle. Apply Metal Cleaner with the foam sprayer and let it act for approx. 5 min. Wash with the nozzle.You may use the multiangle adaptor for hard to get at areas to avoid splashing.
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15 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH 6 After using the pressure washer See the pictorial quick reference guide – storing the high pressure washer. The high pressure washer should be stored in a frost free room! Should the machine by a mis- take be frozen, it will be necessary to check it for damages. 6.1 Stopping the high pressure washer C1 Shut off the water supply and activate the trigger of the spray handle and let the machine run until no more water runs out of the nozzle. This will wash out water hose, high pres- sure hose, spray lance and nozzles. C2 Stop the machine,pressing the start/stop switch to position "0". C3 Unplug the machine from the power supply socket. IMPORTANT! To avoid accidents, the electric cable and the high pressure hose should always be wound up carefully. C4 Wind up the electric cable on the dedicated cable hook (14). C5 The high pressure washer comes in two models: A) with hook for storage of high pres- sure hose (14) - B) with a hose reel (13). C6 Rinse the spray lance, nozzles and the foam sprayer after use. C7 Place spray handle, lance, nozzles, foam sprayer in the holders on the high pressure washer. The nozzle cleaning tool and a Click & Clean brush can also be stored on the product. 7 Maintenance See the pictorial quick reference guide - maintenance. To ensure a long and problem free working life of the high pressure washer, please take the following advices: • Wash out water hose, high pressure hose, spray lance and accessory before mounting • Clean the connectors of dust and sand • Rinse the detergent bottle and the detergent nozzle • Clean the nozzle • Keep the water inlet filter clean and unclogged Cleaning of the water inlet filter D1 Clean the water inlet filter regularly once a month or more frequently according to use. Carefully loosen the filter with a screwdriver and clean it. Check that it is intact before remount- ing it. Cleaning of nozzle A clogging up in the nozzle causes a pump pressure which is too high, why cleaning is re- quired immediately. IMPORTANT! The nozzle cleaning tool (11) should only be used when the nozzle is detached and the ma- chine is stopped! D2 Stop the machine and disconnect the nozzle. Clean the nozzle. D3 Flush the nozzle backwards with water. I O C   D  
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16 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH Cleaning of machine vents D4 The machine should be kept clean so as to let cooling air pass freely through the machine vents. Greasing of O-rings D5 To ensure an easy connection and that O-rings do not dry up the couplings should be greased regularly. 8 Troubleshooting To avoid unnecessary disappointments, you should check the following before contacting the Nilfisk ser- vice organization. Symptom Cause Recommended action Machine refuses to start Machine not plugged in Defective socket Fuse has blown Defective extension cable Plug in machine Try another socket. Replace fuse. Switch off other machines. Try without the extension cable. Fluctuating pressure Pump sucking air Valves dirty, worn out or stuck Pump seals worn out Check that hoses and connections are air- tight. Clean and replace or refer to local Nilfisk- distributor. Clean and replace or refer to local Nilfisk- distributor. Machine stops Fuse has blown Incorrect mains voltage Thermal sensor activated Nozzle partially blocked Replace fuse. Switch off other machines. Check that the mains voltage corresponds to specification on the model tag. Leave the washer for 5 minutes to cool down. Clean the nozzle (see section 7) Fuse blows Fuse too small Change to an installation higher than the amp. consumption of the machine. You may try without the extension cable. Machine pulsating Air in inlet hose/pump Inadequate supply of mains water Nozzle partially blocked Water filter blocked Hose kinked Allow machine to run with open trigger until regular working pressure resumes. Check that the water supply corresponds to specifications required (see model tag) NB! Avoid using long, thin hoses (min. 1/2") Clean the nozzle (see section 7) Clean the filter (see section 7) Straighten out hose. Machine often starts and stops by itself Pump/spray handle is leaking Contact your nearest Nilfisk Service Centre. Machine starts, but no water comes out Pump/hoses or accessory frozen No water supply Water filter blocked Nozzle blocked Wait for pump/hoses or accessory to thaw. Connect inlet water. Clean the filter (see section 7) Clean the nozzle (see section 7)
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17 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH Only Wireless models: Symptom Cause Recommended action The orange LED is not flashing while ready for pairing The spray handle is in stand- by mode Battery mounted incorrectly or no power on battery Press the up/down keys to activate the spray handle. The orange LED will then flash and pairing can be made within 2 min. Dismount the lid and make sure that the battery is mounted correctly or replace the battery The orange LED will light uninterrupted for 3 Sec and repeated when pressing up/ down button Low battery Replace the battery The green LED is not lightning when press- ing the up/down keys There is no communication between spray handle and machine Point the spray handle towards the machine or move closer to the machine In case problems other than the above occur, please contact your local Nilfisk distributor. Local Nilfisk distributors are listed on the back cover of this instruction. Customer Service at Penrith – 01768 868995 9 Accessories and detergents Only use original accessories and detergents. For further information, see www.nilfisk.com. 10 Warranty Conditions Nilfisk guarantees high pressure washers for domestic use for 2 years. If your high pressure washer or accessories are handed in for repair, a copy of the receipt must be enclosed. Guarantee repairs are being made on the following conditions: • that defects are attributable to flaws or defects in materials or workmanship. (wear and tear as well as misuse are not covered by the guarantee). • that the directions of this instruction manual have been thoroughly observed. • that repair has not been carried out or attempted by other than Nilfisk-trained service staff. • that only original accessories have been applied. • that the product has not been exposed to abuse such as knocks, bumps or frost. • that only water without any impurities has been used. • that the high pressure washer has not been used for rental nor used commercially in any other way. Repairs under this guarantee include replacement of defective parts, exclusive of packing and postage/car- riage. Besides, we refer to your national law of sale. The machine should be forwarded to one of the service centres of the Nilfisk organisation with description/ specification of the fault. Repairs not covered by the guarantee conditions will be invoiced. (I.e. malfunctions due to Causes men- tioned in section Troubleshooting Chart of the instruction manual).
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18 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH 11 Main technical Data Type C 125.4 C 130.2 C-PG 130.2 X-TRA Electric specifications Rated voltage V 230-240 230-240 Rated frequency Hz 50 50 Rated power consumption kW 1.7 1.8 Current A 7.5 7.8 Protection class Class I/ Class II Class II Class II Protection degree IP xx IPX5 IPX5 Hydraulic specifications Rated pressure MPa/bar 10.0/100 10.5/105 Max. pressure MPa/bar 12.5/125 13.0/130 Rated water flow l/min/l/h 5.8/350 5.8/350 Max. water flow l/min/l/h 8.7/520 8.7/520 Max. water inlet pressure Mpa/bar 1/10 1/100 Max. water inlet temperature °C 40 40 Max. water inlet temp. suction mode °C 20 20 Weight kg 9.0 9.3 (C 130.2) 10.1 (C-PG 130.2 X-TRA) Hand-arm vibration according to ISO 5349-1: Standard nozzle m/s2 < 2.5 ±1 < 2.5 ±1 Sound pressure level LpA in accord- ance with ISO 3744 dB(A) 77.2 ±2 77.2 ±2 Guaranteed sound power level LWA in accordance with 2000/14/EC dB(A) 92 92 We reserve the right to make alterations.
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19 Original Instructions EN DA NO SV FI DE FR NL IT ES PT EL TR CS HU PL HR SL SK LV LT ET RU ZH 12 Declaration of Conformity We, Nilfisk A/S Banemarksvej 58 DK-2605 Broendby DENMARK Hereby solely declare, that the product: Product Description Type HPW - Consumer HPW - Consumer w/wireless remote* 230-240 V 1~, 50/60 Hz – IPX5 Nilfisk C 125.4 / C 130.2 / C-PG 130.2 X-TRA and accessory variants of above-mentioned types Is in compliance with the following standards: Id and Version Title EN 60335-1:2012 Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety - Part 1: Gene- ral requirements EN 60335-2-79:2012 Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety - Part 2-79: Particular requirements for high pressure cleaners and steam cleaners EN 55014-1:2006+A1:2009 +A2:2011 Electromagnetic compatibility - Requirements for household appli- ances, electric tools and similar apparatus - Part 1: Emission EN 55014-2:1997+A1:2001 +A2:2008 Electromagnetic compatibility - Requirements for household appli- ances, electric tools and similar apparatus - Part 2: Immunity - Pro- duct family standard EN 61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009 +A2:2009 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2: Limits - Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16 A per phase) EN 61000-3-11:2000 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-3: Limits - Limitation of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low- voltage supply systems, for equipment with rated current ≤ 75 A per phase and not subject to conditional connection *EN 300 440-2 V1.4.1 ERM; Short range devices; Radio equipment to be used in the 1 GHz to 40 GHz frequency range; Part 2: Harmonized EN covering the essential requirements of article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive *EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 EMC standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements *EN 301 489-3 V1.6.1 EMC standard for radio equipment and services; Part 3: Specific conditions for Short-Range Devices (SRD) operating on frequencies between 9 kHz and 246 GHz Following the provisions of: Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC RoHS Directive 2011/65/EC Noise Emission Directive 2000/14/EC – Conformity assessment procedure according to Annex V. Measured noise level: 77 dB; Guaranteed noise level: 92 dB Ecodesign requirements for stand-by and off mode 1275/2008/EC * R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC Hadsund 20-08-2014 Anton Sørensen GM – Technical Operations Place Date Name, Title Signature
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