Nilfisk Extreme X150 manual

User manual for the Nilfisk Extreme X150 in Dutch. This PDF manual has 96 pages.

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4 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Table of contents Overview 4 Display symbols 4 Safety instructions 5 Instructions for use 6 Cleaning tips 9 Trouble shooting 10 Service and maintenance etc. 10 Guarantee and service 11 Display symbols The dust bag is full and needs to be changed. Flashing indicator - early warning, the dust bag soon needs to be changed. The HEPA filter needs to be changed. Flashing indicator - the machine is connected to a wall socket and in standby mode - X150, X200, X210, X250 and X300. Machine ON - Eco, X100, and X110. Indicates current power level. Specifications and details are subject to change without prior notice. Overview - (illustrations inside front cover) 1 On/off button 2 Dust bag indicator, mechanical 3 On/off button, touch control 4 Dust bag indicator, electronic 5 Power level indicator 6 HEPA filter indicator 7 Power level 1-2-3, touch control 8 On/off button 9 Dust bag indicator, electronic 10 Power level indicator 11 HEPA filter indicator 12 On/off button and power level 1-2-3-4-5, remote control 13 Sliding valve 14 Parking bracket 15 Cable rewinder 16 Open/close button, accessory lid 17 Active carbon filter 18 Prefilter 19 Dust bag 20 Open/close button, dust container 21 Outlet for electro nozzle 22 Parking bracket 23 Rating plate 24 HEPA filter 25 Crevice nozzle 26 Upholstery nozzle 27 Brush nozzle 28 Hard floor nozzle (not standard on all models) 29 Combination nozzle 30 Turbo nozzle (not standard on all models) 31 Electro nozzle (optional accessory) Welcome! Thank you for choosing a Nilfisk Extreme vacuum cleaner.
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5 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Safety instructions • Do not use the machine without dust bag and filters properly fitted. • This machine is not intended for the suction of hazardous materials or gas, doing so may expose people to serious health risks. • The machine must not be used for the suction of water or other liquids. • Do not pick up sharp objects such as needles or pieces of glass. • Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking such as cigarettes, matches or hot ashes. • Use and store this machine indoors and in a dry environment, 0 °C to 60 °C. • Do not use the machine outdoors. • Do not handle the machine with wet hands. • Turn off the machine before unplugging. • To unplug, grasp the plug, not by pulling on the cord. Do not carry or pull the machine by the cord. • The machine must not be used if the cord shows any sign of damage. Regularly inspect the cord for damage, in particular if it has been crushed, shut in a door or run over. • Do not use the machine if it appears faulty. Have the machine inspected by an authorized service center if the machine has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors or has been exposed to water. • No changes or modifications to the mechanical or electrical safety devices should be made. • All repair must be carried out by an authorized service center. • Use only original dust bags, original filters and original accessories from your local dealer. Use of unauthorized dust bags and filters will void the warranty. • Turn off the machine and unplug before starting dust bag or filter change, grasp the plug, not by pulling on the cord. • Do not use the machine as a toy. Do not leave children with the machine without supervision. • This appliance is not to be used by children or persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction. Children must be supervised not to play with the appliance. • If the supply cord cord is dama- ged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid hazard. The equipment meets the requirements in EN 61000-3-11, and connection to the public mains is possible following consultation with the power supplier. The equipment may only be connected to the mains with a network impedance that is below 0,43 ohm. Network impedance at the point of delivery can be obtained from the power supplier. If the mains has a higher network impedance, momentary drops in mains voltage may occur during start/operation of the equipment. This may also affect or disrupt the operation of other equipment, e.g. flashing lights, particularly equipment that is connected to the same service line.
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6 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Instructions for use Before using the machine make sure that the voltage shown on the rating plate underneath the machine corresponds with the mains voltage. The machine is supplied with dust bag and prefilter. Start and stop Start Pull out the cord and plug the machine to a wall socket. Eco, X100, X110 On/off button. X150, X200, X210 Touch control, one half on/off, other half power level 1-2-3. X250, X300 On/off button on the machine and also remote control on the bent tube with on/off button and power level 1-2-3-4-5. Stop Turn off the machine and unplug. Unplug by grasping the plug, not by pulling on the cord. Models with touch control - X150, X200 and X210 Power can alter between three settings. Current setting is shown on the display. Models with remote control - X250, X300 Power can alter between five settings. Current setting is shown on the display. Connecting hose, tube and nozzles 1. Insert the hose connector into the suction inlet and turn it clockwise until it engages. 2. Connect the bent tube to the tube and twist until they engage with a click. 3. Connect the tube and nozzle and twist until they engage with a click. 4. The tube is telescopic and can be adjusted to your height. Pull out the adjusting handle to extend the tube, and pull back to shorten, to desired length. Disengage • Disengage the nozzle from the tube by pressing the button. • Disengage the bent tube from the tube by pressing the button. • To remove the hose connection from the suction inlet, turn counter-clockwise. 1
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7 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Change of dust bag and filters The size and quality of the dust bag and filters affect the machine efficiency. Use of non original dust bags or non original filters can cause restricted air flow which may lead to machine overload. Using non- original dust bag or filters will void the warranty. Changing the dust bag The dust bag indicator shows when to change the dust bag. Always use original dust bags. 1. Release the hose connection from the suction inlet by turning the hose connection counter-clockwise and then remove it. 2. Open the lid by pushing the button. 3. Seal the dust bag by pulling the cardboard flap. 4. Remove the dust bag. 5. Insert the new dust bag by guiding the cardboard into the tracks and push it down. 6. Unfold the new dust bag carefully. Check that the dust bag is correctly fitted. 7. Close the lid. 8. Insert the hose connection into the suction inlet and twist it clockwise to lock it. 2 Changing the prefilter The prefilter protects the motor by absorbing micro-particles that the dust bag can not keep. Change the prefilter with every fourth dust bag. The pre- filter is located behind the dust bag. Always use original filters. 1. Release the hose connection from the suction inlet by turning the hose connection counter-clockwise and then remove it. 2. Open the lid by pushing the button. 3. Seal the dust bag by pulling the cardboard flap. 4. Remove the dust bag. 5. Take out the filter holder with prefilter. 6. Open the filter holder. 7. Take out the prefilter. 8. Fit the new prefilter and close the filter holder. Check that the prefilter is correctly fitted in the holder. 9. Put the filter holder on the pin and push in place. 10.Insert the new dust bag by guiding the cardboard into the tracks and push it down. 11.Unfold the new dust bag carefully. Check that the dust bag is correctly fitted. 12.Close the lid. 13.Insert the hose connection into the suction inlet and twist it clockwise to lock it. 3
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8 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Changing the active carbon filter The active carbon filter removes bad smell from the exhaust air. Change the active carbon filter 1-2 times a year. The active carbon filter is located behind the dust bag and prefilter. Always use original dust bags and filters. 1. Release the hose connection from the suction inlet by turning the hose connection counter-clockwise and then remove it. 2. Open the lid by pushing the button. 3. Seal the dust bag by pulling the cardboard flap. 4. Remove the dust bag. 5. Take out the filter holder. 6. Remove the old active carbon filter. 7. Fit the new active carbon filter. 8. Insert the filter holder on the pin and push in place. 9. Insert the dust bag. If the dust bag is closed push the cardboard flap down to open it. Check that the dust bag is correctly fitted. 10.Close the lid. 11.Insert the hose connection into the suction inlet and twist it clockwise to lock it. Changing the HEPA filter The HEPA filter cleans the exhaust air from micro particles the dust bag can not keep. The HEPA filter can not be brushed or washed clean. The X150, X200, X210, X250 and X300 models have an HEPA filter indicator that shows when to change the HEPA filter. Always use original dust bags and filters. 1. Open the lid on the machine under- side with a coin or a screw driver. 2. Take out the HEPA filter. 3. Insert the new HEPA filter. Check that the HEPA filter is correctly fitted. 4. Put the lid back and close it with a coin or a screw driver. 4 Adjust the suction power Models with a sliding valve on the hose handle - Eco, X100, X110, X150, X200 and X210 The suction power is maximal with the sliding valve closed and minimal when all open. Adjust the suction power by putting the sliding valve in the desired position. Models with three step adjustment - X150, X200 and X210 The suction power is adjusted with the sliding valve and also with the touch control on the machine. Models with five step adjustment remote control - X250, X300 The suction power is adjusted on the remote control on the hose handle. Hose handle with remote control battery replacement, battery type CR2032 1. Carefully remove the remote control unit with a small, flat tool. 2. Remove the old battery - replace with new type CR2032. 3. Carefully reas- semble the con- trol unit back to the hose handle by pushing it in place at handle. 5 5b Eco, X100, X110, X150, X200, X210 X250, X300 X150, X200, X210
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9 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Cleaning tips Adjust the suction power by means of the touch control or remote control or the sliding valve on the bent tube depending on model. Crevice nozzle Use the crevice nozzle for narrow spaces. Upholstery nozzle Use the upholstery nozzle for upholstered furniture. Brush nozzle Use the brush nozzle for curtains and window sills. Hard floor nozzle Use the nozzle for hard floors. Combination nozzle Adjust the combination nozzle depending on type of floor. Turbo nozzle Use the turbo nozzle for efficient carpet cleaning. Electro nozzle Use the electro nozzle for deep cleaning of carpets. The crevice, upholstery and brush nozzle are located under the acces- sory lid. The accessoriy lid is opened by pressing the release button down- wards. The lid is closed by pushing at the centre of the button. The different models of these vacuum cleaners can include different nozzles. Thermal fuse The machine is fitted with a thermal fuse, which prevents the machine from overheating. If the thermal fuse blow, the machine automatically switches off the motor and must cool before it can be started again. Restart 1. Turn off the machine and unplug from the wall socket. 2. See to that nothing blocks the air flow through bent tube, hose, tube, nozzle, dust bag or filters. 3. Let the machine cool. 4. Plug in the machine again and push start button. The machine will not start until cool enough. If the machine does not start turn it off and unplug. Try again in a while. WARNING When activating the automatic cord rewind, care must be taken as the plug at the end of the cord can swing during the last part of the rewinding. It is recommended that you hold on to the plug while rewinding. 6 9 7 8 13 10 11 12 Parking the tube and nozzle There are two grooves for parking. One located on the underside of the machine to use when machine stands on the back. The other on the back of the machine, to be use when the machine is standing on its wheels. Standby mode Model X150, X200, X210, X250 and X300 automatically puts the machine in standby mode when the nozzle is parked in the groove on the machine back side.
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10 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Service and maintenance • Store the machine indoors and in a dry environment. • Change the prefilter with every fourth dust bag. The dust bag package includes four dust bags and one prefilter. • Clean the machine surface with a dry cloth or a damp cloth with a little cleaning agent. • Order original accessories from a local dealer. • Service – contact your local dealer. Recycling and scrapping Recycle the wrapping and scrap the machine according to recommen- dations from the local authorities. Cut the cord as short as possible to avoid that someone gets injured on the scrapped machine. Environmental commitment This machine is designed with the environment in mind. All plastic parts is marked for recycling. Responsibility Nilfisk disclaim all responsibility for all damage caused by incorrect use or modification of the machine. Information For more information see www.nilfiskextreme.com Guarantee The warranty can vary between different countries. Contact your local dealer for information. Trouble shooting Repair or service of electrical components as cord or motor, must only be carried out by an authorized service center. If the machine does not start See to that the plug is correctly fitted to the wall socket. A fuse in the building may have blown and needs to be changed. The cord or plug can be damaged and must be repaired by an authorized service center. Reduced suc- tion power The dust bag can be full and needs to be changed, see instructions. The prefilter, HEPA filter or active carbon filter can be blocked and have to be changed, see instructions. The bent tube, hose, tube or nozzle can be blocked and needs to be cleaned. If the machine stops The thermal fuse may have blown, see instructions. Accessory – The electro nozzle can be blocked. Turn off the machine and unplug. Clean the nozzle.
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11 Extreme DE FR ES PT IT NL SV NO DA FI EN Guarantee and service This Nilfisk Extreme Series vacuum cleaner is covered by a five (5) year guarantee on the machine, which covers the motor, cable rewinder, switch and casing. The nozzles, filters, hoses, tubes and other accessories are covered twelve months due to manufacturing fault only and excludes wear and tear. The guarantee includes spare parts and labour costs, and covers manu- facturing and material defects that may occur during normal domestic use. Service under the guarantee will only be performed if it can be proven that the defect occurred within the product’s guarantee period (a correctly completed guarantee certificate or printed/stamped cash register receipt with date and product type) and on the condition that the vacuum cleaner was bought as a new product in Great Britain/Ireland/Australia/New Zealand and distributed by Nilfisk-Advance. In the event of the repair of defects, the customer must contact Nilfisk- Advance to be directed to a service agent at the customers own expense. Upon completion of any repairs necessary, the vacuum cleaner will be returned to the customer at the risk and expense of Nilfisk-Advance. The guarantee does not cover: • Normal wear and tear of accessories and filters. • Defects or damage occurring as a direct or indirect result of incorrect use - such as the vacuuming of rubble, hot ashes or carpet deodorant powder. • Abuse, loss or lack of maintenance as described in Instructions for use. • Plaster dust. • Saw dust. • Water. • Should not be used for home renovations. Nor will it cover incorrect or poor configuration, i.e. setting up or connection, nor fire-damage, fire, lightning strike or unusual voltage fluctuations or any other electrical disturbances such as defective fuses or defective electrical installations on the supply grid, and defects or damage in general that Nilfisk- Advance consider to be the result of causes other than manufacturing and material defects. The guarantee becomes void: • If a defect is caused by the use of non-original Nilfisk dust bags and filters. • If the identity number is removed from the vacuum cleaner. • If the vacuum cleaner has been repaired by a non-Nilfisk authorized dealer. • If the machine is used in a commercial environment, i.e. building contractors, cleaning contractors, professional trades or any other non-domestic usage. The guarantee is valid in: Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium, Holland, France, Germany, Poland, Rusia, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Australia and New Zealand, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Greece,Slovenia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Italy and Finland.
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x 50.000 x 6.000 x 30.000 x 7.000 x 5.000 1.000 h 500 km x 10.000 x 37.000 Nilfisk. Performance and durability since 1906 www.nilfisk.com Nilfisk-Advance A/S Industrivej 1 DK - 9560 Hadsund tel.: (+45) 7218 2100

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  • Brand: Nilfisk
  • Product: Vacuum Cleaners
  • Model/name: Extreme X150
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