Supreme 100

Nilfisk Supreme 100 manual

Supreme 100

User manual for the Nilfisk Supreme 100 in English. This PDF manual has 26 pages.

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107407394 b DE-SV-EN-FI-DA Instructions for use Supreme 100 Supreme 150/Performer 150 Supreme 250/Performer 250 Supreme LCD
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35 Contents 1. Important safety precautions.................... ..................................................................36 1.1 Technical data....................................................................................................... 36 1.2 Essential instructions (UK only)......................................................................36 2. Vacuum unit Supreme 100 assembly instructions.................................................... 38 2.1 Fitting the wall bracket....................................................................................38 2.2 Locating the vacuum cleaner on the wall bracket...........................................38 2.3 Connecting the machine ................................................................................38 3. Operating instructions Supreme 100 ........................................................................ 39 3.1 Starting the machine ......................................................................................39 3.2 Servicing ........................................................................................................39 4. Filter and dust bags - Supreme 100............................................................................ 40 4.1 Replacing the dust bag ..................................................................................40 4.2 Replacing / cleaning the filter ........................................................................40 5. Vacuum unit Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD assembly instructions......................................................................... 41 5.1 Fitting the wall bracket ...................................................................................41 5.2 Locating the vacuum cleaner on the wall bracket ..........................................41 5.3 Connecting the machine ................................................................................41 5.4 Utility inlet (standard accessory in Canada) ......................................................... 42 6. Operating instructions Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD ................................................................................... 42 6.1 Starting the machine ......................................................................................42 6.2 Servicing ........................................................................................................42 6.3 Supreme LCD Display ...................................................................................42 7. Filter and dust bags - Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD ................................................................................... 44 7.1 Replacing the bag filter ..................................................................................44 7.2 Fitting the bag filter ........................................................................................44 7.3 Replacing the dust bag ..................................................................................44 7.4 Fitting the dust bag ........................................................................................44 8. Electrical connection ................................................................................................... 45 9. Accessories .................................................................................................................. 46 10. Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................... 47 10.1 Service/maintenance guide - Supreme 100 ..................................................47 10.2 Service/maintenance guide - Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD ................................................. 48 11. Dimensional drawings ................................................................................................. 49 12. Wireless communication - Wireless+/Deluxe ............................................................ 50 Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................... 82 Congratulations on your choice of central vacuum cleaner! If you use your vacuum cleaner in accordance with these operating instructions, your machine will be a pleasure to use and an essential worktool in your home for many years to come. Our products are under constant development and we, therefore, reserve the right to make any necessary alterations to the design of the machine. We also make reservations concerning any misprints that may arise. Legislation governing consumer compensation claims apply to this product under current terms of sale - on the assumption that the product has been used correctly (for household use) and maintained in accordance with the instructions contained in this user guide. Dust bags are consumables. This product comes under the various countries’ statutory requirements concerning the collection and safe t reatment of electrical products and, when the time comes for its disposal, it should be handed over to a dealer or waste disposal site for recycling purposes. Complaints caused by faulty or incorrect assembly should be made to the installation firm responsible. Entitlement to compensation may not apply through failure to use the machine correctly or gross negligence concerning the maintenance of the product.
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36 Technical data, machine Supreme 100 Supreme 150 Performer 150 Supreme 250 Performer 250 Supreme LCD Height 427 mm 800 mm 801 mm 802 mm Width with handles 370 mm 370 mm 370 mm 370 mm Length with bracket 400 mm 400 mm 400 mm 400 mm Motor 1300 W 1550 W 1700 W 1700 W Fuse 10 A 10 A 10 A 10 A Weight 5 kg 6.5 kg 6.5 kg 6.5 kg Sound output 66 dB 66 dB 66 dB 66 dB Capacity of dust container - 25 l 25 l 25 l Capacity when using the bag 10 I 14 l 14 l 14 l Max suction power motor 650 Airwatt 720 Airwatt 735 Airwatt 735 Airwatt Max suction power* 460 W 490 W 510 W 510 W Max air flow* 50 l/s 53 l/s 54 l/s 54 l/s Max vacuum* 21 kPa 30 kPa 30 kPa 30 kPa Radio remote control X X X X Panel with operation status X Technical data, handle LED LCD Radio frequency 433 MHz Function On/off, power regulation 5 steps, LED indication of operation status On/off, power regulation 5 steps, LCD indication of operation status Lifetime of battery 3 years 3 years Battery type, qty. 1.5 V AAA, 2 pcs Range of operation Max 50 metres. *Measured on the suction unit These appliances conform with EU Instructions 2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC. 1.1 Technical data 1 Important safety precautions To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury, read all safety precautions and warning text carefully before using the machine. • This central vacuum cleaner is solely intended for dry vacuuming indoors. • This central vacuum cleaner is not intended to be in- stalled outdoors. • Never vacuum without a filter installed. • Do not vacuum up liquids. Do not use the machine in wet surroundings. • Do not vacuum up embers or burning objects such as cigarettes, matchsticks, hot ash or flammable liquid or gas. • Do not vacuum in areas where flammable liquids or gases may be present. • Unplug the machine before changing the filter or bag and before doing any maintenance work. • Always unplug the machine by pulling on the plug, not the power cord. • The wall socket and plug must be positioned so that they are clearly visible. • Do not vacuum up sharp objects such as broken glass or needles that could puncture the bag and damage the mo- tor. • Be particularly careful not to pick up objects that could block the hose/pipe system, such as pencils, toy bricks and small plastic bags. • Follow the operating instructions carefully. Servicing and repairs should only be carried out by an authorised workshop. Use only original parts and accessories as recommended by the supplier. Never attempt to modify the machine yourself. • Do not use the central vacuum cleaner if the power cord is damaged. The central vacuum cleaner is fitted with a special type of power cord that must be replaced with a cord of the same type if it is damaged. A power cord of this type can be obtained from a service contact. To avoid any risk, this power cord should be replaced by a qualifed expert. • This appliance is not intended for use by young persons or infirm persons without supervision unless they have been adequately supervised by a responsible person to ensure that they can use the appliance safely. • The central vacuum cleaner must not be used as a toy. • The installation of the exhaust pipes must be done, so that no water or condensation will get into the installation system. The central vacuum cleaner must never be used to vacuum up contaminated dust or cement dust.
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37 These Central Vacuum Cleaners are designed, developed and rigorously tested to function efficiently and safely when properly maintained and used in accordance with the following instructions. These instructions have been prepared for your safety and must be followed. CAUTION - This machine MUST NOT be used in explosive or inflammable atmospheres or where such atmospheres are likely to be produced by the presence of volatile liquid or inflammable gas or vapour. CAUTION - In no circumstances should the power supply cord be wrapped around fingers or any part of the operators per- son. CAUTION - The electrical supply plug must not be subjected to undue stress by pulling on the power supply cord. CAUTION - This Central vacuum cleaner is to be placed in dry areas only, the machine should not be placed in areas were the temperature goes higher than 40o C. Your machine must only be connected to an electrical supply of the same voltage and frequency indicated on the rating plate. Ensure that the plug fitted to the end of the power supply cord is suitable for your supply socket. If not, consult a qualified electrician. The electrical installation from which the supply is drawn must be maintained to current Institute of Electrical Engi- neers wiring regulations. REGULAR SERVICING AND INSPECTION of your machine must be carried out by suitable qualified personnel in ac- cordance with relevant legislation and regulations. In particular, electrical tests for earth continuty, insulation resistance and condition of the flexible cord should be checked frequently. In the event of any defect the machine MUST be withdrawn from service, completely checked and repaired. Trained Service Engineers will be pleased to carry out on site servicing on a regu- lar or as requested basis, to ensure the continuing safety and efficiency of your machine. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (Only applicable to U.K) DOUBLE-INSULATED MACHINES IMPORTANT 240 volt 50 Hz. machines are fitted with a 13 amp. 3 pin moulded plug. A replacement fuse must be in accordance to BS 1362, Asta approved and have a value of 13 amp. Important: • The fuse cover must be refitted after changing the fuse. • In the event of the fuse cover being misplaced, the plug must not be used until the fuse cover is replaced. • Ensure that the replacement fuse cover is the same color as the insert or, as the colour embossed in words on the base of the plug. • For replacement fuse covers please contact your local electrical store. If the available socket outlet is not suitable for the plug supplied, the plug must be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted. The plug that is cut off MUST BE DESTROYED for safety reasons before being disposed of. Machines built for other voltages and frequencies are not normally supplied with a fitted plug. If it is necessary to fit a plug, the wires in this power supply cord are coloured in accordance with the following code: To connect the new plug: If using a three-pin plug, do not make any connection to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter 'E' or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or green and yellow. This machine is double-insulated and no earth connection is nec- essary. The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter 'N' or is coloured black or blue. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter 'L' or is coloured red or brown. If the plug to be fitted does not conform to the above notation then consult a qualified electrician. This appliance conforms with EC-Instructions 2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC. BLUE-NEUTRAL BROWN-LIVE PLEASE READ THESE ESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS (Only applicable to UK) (Only applicable to UK)
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38 2.1 Fitting the wall bracket Position the holder so that there is plenty of space above and below the place where the vacuum unit is to be located. Make sure there is a minimum of 500 mm free space above the container. Mark the positions for the four screw holes with a pen or similar. Then select appropriate screws and, if neces- sary, wall plugs for the type of wall surface to which the brack- et is to be attached. Drill the four holes for the wall bracket. The diameter of the screw holes in the holder is 5 mm. Fit the wall bracket with the large opening pointing upwards, see Fig. 1. Tighten the screws so that the holder is held firmly in place (screws provided). 2.3 Connecting the machine The machine is connected with the suction pipe in the uppermost position and the exhaust pipe in the lower position. This connection should not be glued but can be taped when the unit is serviced at a later date. The suction pipe socket can be fitted to two different points depending on the direc- tion in which you would like to install the pipe system. To relocate the suction pipe socket, you need to do the following: 1. Release the suction pipe socket by unscrewing the four combination Torx screws with a Torx T20 or an ordinary screwdriver, Fig. 3. 2. Pull the socket out of the machine, see Fig. 4. 3. Loosen the plug blanking off the outlet to which you intend moving the suction pipe socket. Unscrew the four combination Torx screws. Remove the blanking plug from the machine. 4. Adapt (move) the suction pipe socket to the new outlet. NB! The socket is marked ”Up”. Make sure the socket is fitted with ”Up” uppermost. Fasten the socket by fitting and tightening the four screws, Fig. 5. 5. Fit the blanking plug to the outlet previously occupied by the suction pipe socket. Use the four screws to hold it in place. The exhaust pipe must be firmly attached to the wall to ensure its connection with the socket does not loosen. Remember that you will need to be able to turn the bent pipe in different directions to ensure a suitable pipe layout. Then connect up the exhaust pipe and muffler, Fig 6. Fit the central vacuum cleaner so that the exhaust pipe is as short as possible, max. 5 metres. Take the surroundings into consideration when positioning the exhaust. For this reason, you should always fit a muffler. For additional information concerning the assembly and installation of the pipe system and low-current lead, please refer to the separate assembly instructions supplied with the pipe package. 2 Vacuum unit Supreme 100 assembly instructions 2.2 Locating the vacuum cleaner on the wall bracket Position the vacuum unit so that the wall bracket is directly above the wall bracket, see Fig. 2. Lower the machine down on to the wall bracket. Make sure the corresponding bracket on the machine is held firmly in place by the wall bracket. Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Exhaust Inlet Fig. 6
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39 3.1 Starting the machine The control current outlet (low voltage) should be connected to a control current lead running the length of the pipes. Both ends of the low-voltage lead should be connected to the connection panel on the vacuum cleaner. One lead to each outlet. The central vacuum cleaner’s power cable must be con- nected to a 230 volt mains socket. The appliance is double- insulated and does not need to be earthed. Start/stop button All models have a start/stop button on the front to start and stop the power unit, Fig. 8. The start/stop button can also be used when/if you want to use a Nilfisk utility inlet to vacuum direct from the machine (if you do not have a Nilfisk hose with remote control) or for testing and demos. Manual hose The vacuum cleaner starts and stops automatically. When the vacuum hose is connected to a vacuum socket, a metal ring on the end of the hose closes the control circuit and the vacuum cleaner starts up. Fig. 7. When the hose is removed from the vacuum socket, the vacuum cleaner stops. Wireless handle If you use a hose with a wireless handle, you can start and stop the vacuum cleaner using the switch on the handle, Fig. 9. Wireless handles also have the feature of adjusting the suction power of the cleaner, using the buttons at the hose handle. 3.2 Servicing Always unplug the power cord before doing any service work! If suction is poor, it indicates that the flow of air through the machine is restricted. This may be due to the following: • The dust bag is full and should be replaced. • The filter is clogged and should be cleaned. The vacuum cleaner has a thermal cut-out that trips if the vacuum cleaner becomes overheated. If this happens - un- plug the main power cord to reset the vacuum cleaner. Wait 5-10 minutes to allow the machine to cool down. While you are waiting, check the hose, dust bag and filter to be sure that nothing is blocking the flow of air through the machine. The vacuum cleaner should now start again. If the cut-out trips again, you need to get a service firm to remedy the fault. The model Supreme 100 should only be operated with a dust bag and filter installed. 3 Operating instructions Supreme 100 Fig. 10 Filter Fig. 7 1 2 Manual hose Fig. 9 Wireless Deluxe Fig. 8
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40 4.1 Replacing the dust bag The central vacuum cleaner is fitted with a dust bag as standard; never vacuum without a dust bag installed. Grasp the edge of the lid and pull upwards to open it, Fig. 11. Replacing the dust bag: Remove the old dust bag by turning the cardboard stiffener to the right or left so that the raised part of the inlet is in line with the opening in the card. Now slide the bag off the bag nozzle. Fit the new dust bag as follows: Push the opening in the card- board over the elevation on the inlet and pull on the new bag. Turn the cardboard to lock the bag in place. NB! Turn the edges of the dust bag down into the container. This is to avoid dama- ging the bag with the lid. The cardboard stiffener locks the bag in place when you twist it as shown in Fig. 12 above. The opening in the card must line up and slide over the elevation on the inlet before you twist the cardboard stiffener to lock it. 4.2 Replacing / cleaning the filter Open the lid and take out the dust bag as described earlier. The filter sits at the bottom of the container around the motor housing. Never use the central vacuum cleaner without a filter installed. Pull the filter out of the container, Fig. 13. The filter can be clea- ned by shaking it or washing it in water. If you wash the filter, you must let it dry completely before refitting it. Take the cleaned/new filter and place it in the bottom of the con- tainer. Press the outer edge of the filter down against the sides of the container so that the filter bulges up slightly. Then push the filter down into place. Make sure the filter is packed in tightly against the motor housing, Fig. 14. Reinstall the dust bag and replace the lid. Check that the lid is firmly secured. 4 Filter and dust bags - Supreme 100 Filter Filter Motor housing Fig. 14 Fig. 12 Fig. 13 Fig. 11
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41 5 Vacuum unit Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD assembly instructions 5.1 Fitting the wall bracket Plan the positioning of the wall bracket so that there is plenty of space above and below the area where the vacuum unit is to be located. Make sure there is a minimum of 200 mm free space below the dust container. Mark the positions for all four screw holes with a pen or simi- lar. The diameter of the holes in the holder is 5 mm. Select screws and, if necessary, wall plugs suitable for the type of wall concerned. Drill the four screw holes. Fit the wall bracket with the large opening pointing down- wards, see Fig. 15. Then screw the holder firmly into place. 5.2 Locating the vacuum cleaner on the wall bracket To facilitate the procedure, first remove the dust container. Free the container by pulling both handles outwards. Then remove the container from the machine. To mount the vacuum cleaner/motor chassis to the wall bracket - just lower the chassis downwards so that the locking device of the bracket will pass through the slot of the chassis Fig. 16. Make sure the corre- sponding bracket on the machine is held firmly in place by the wall bracket. When removing the motor chassis from the wall bracket - push the locking device towards you so it will release the chassis and then lift the chassis up from bracket. 5.3 Connecting the machine The machine is connected with the flexible suction hose in the lower position and the exhaust pipe uppermost, Fig 17. The flexible hose is connected to the dust inlet at the con- tainer of the cleaner. Push the hose in to the inlet at the cleaner until the hose locks. Press the button on the hose inlet down- wards in order to remove the suction hose. The flexible suction hose acts as an adapter connecting the vacuum unit with the pipe system. NB! These connections must not be glued in case the unit is handed in for service. Position the central vacuum cleaner so that the exhaust pipe can be kept as short as possible, maximum. 5 metres. Take the surroundings into consideration when positioning the exhaust. For this reason, you should always fit a muffler. For additional information concerning the assembly and installation of the pipe system and low-current lead, please refer to the separate assembly instructions supplied with the pipe package. Push the hose in to the inlet at the cleaner until the hose locks. Press the button on the hose inlet downwards in order to remove the suction hose. Exhaust Inlet Fig. 17 Fig. 15 Fig. 16
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42 6 Operating instructions Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD 1 2 Fig. 19 On/off hose Manual hose 6.1 Starting the machine The control current outlet (low voltage) is connected to a control current lead running the length of the pipes. Both ends of the low-voltage lead should be connected to the connection panel on the vacuum unit. One lead to each outlet. The central vacuum cleaner’s power cable must be connected to a 230 volt mains socket. The appliance is double-insulated and does not need to be earthed. Start/stop button All models have a start/stop button on the front to start and stop the power unit, Fig. 18. The start/stop button can also be used when/if you want to use a Nilfisk utility inlet to vacuum direct from the machine (if you do not have a Nilfisk hose with remote control) or for testing and demos. Manual hose The vacuum cleaner starts and stops automatically. When the vacuum hose is connected to a vacuum socket, a metal ring on the end of the hose closes the control circuit and the vacuum cleaner starts up. Fig. 19. When the hose is re- moved from the vacuum socket, the vacuum cleaner stops. 5.4 Utility inlet (Standard accessory in Canada) If you need an extra inlet on the machine, you can attach the utility inlet directly to the inlet on the vacuum cleaner and at- tach the flexible hose to the utility inlet. The utility inlet can be used with both Manual, On/off and Wireless hoses. Just connect the vacuum hose to the inlet and push the on/off button on the cleaner to start vacuum cleaning. If the lid is not fully closed when detaching the hose, it will automatically close next time the cleaner is started. On/Off hose Some models have an hose with remote control (on/off function) for the vacuum cleaner. The hose for these models are to be connected as shown in Fig. 19. NOTE! The plate at the hose inlet must be turned upwards, so that the hose inlet will be locked to the wall inlet by the two notches at the wall inlet. Wireless handle If you use a hose with a wireless handle, you can start and stop the vacuum cleaner using the switch on the handle, Fig. 20. Wireless handles have also the feature of adjusting the suction power of the cleaner, using buttons at the hose handle. 6.2 Servicing Always unplug the power cable before doing any service work! If suction is poor, it indicates that the flow of air through the machine is restricted. This may be due to the following: • The dust bag is full and should be replaced. • The filter is clogged and should be cleaned of dust. Thermal protector The vacuum cleaner has a thermal cut-out that trips if the vacuum cleaner becomes overheated. Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 If this happens - unplug the main power cord to reset the vacuum cleaner. Wait 5-10 minutes to allow the machine to cool down. While you are waiting, check the hose, dust bag and filter to be sure that nothing is blocking the flow of air through the machine. The vacuum cleaner should now start again. If the cut-out trips again, you need to get a service firm to remedy the fault. Supreme LCD When the overheat symbol in the display on the cleaner is activated (models with display) the cleaners’ thermal cut-out has tripped. For more information regarding thermal cut out, see Overheat indicator. Fig. 20 Wireless Deluxe Fig. 18
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43 6.3 Supreme LCD Display The Supreme LCD model has a display giving information about the machine, Fig. 21. Speed level When the start button is pushed or the hose is con- nected to the wall socket, the display will turn on and show the speed level. Dust bag/bag filter indicator When the dust bag/filter symbol starts to flash dur- ing operation, the cleaner tells you that it is almost time to clean the bag filter and replace the dust bag When it is time to do so, symbol will be lit continuously. The dust bag/filer symbol will be lightened after every 20 operation hours of the cleaner at the latest. If the symbol is lit, do like this: Turn off the cleaner by the hose handle (remote versions) or remove the suction hose from the wall inlet or by pushing the on/off switch on the display. Then check if the bag filter/dust bag is clogged. Replacement is described in chapters 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4. Reduced airflow indicator - lit The reduced airflow symbol on the display indi- cates that the airflow through the vacuum cleaner is reduced. After 30 seconds of operation with reduced airflow, the vacuum motor will be shot down in order to prevent dam- age to the motor. If the reduced airflow symbol is lit and the motor has been shut down, do like this: Check the bag filter and dust bag (see chapters 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4) to see if anything is blocking the airflow. Remove the material causing the reduced airflow symbol to indicate. Service indicator When the service symbol starts flashing, the motor will run for one more hour before it stops/will not start. The purpose of the service symbol is to inform you that it is time to order service of the cleaner. When the symbol is continu- ously lit, the run time counter in the cleaner has counted that the allowed amount of run time has passed. You must now contact an authorised service workshop and let them perform a service of the cleaner and to reset the run time counter. Overheat indicator - flashing The overheat symbol indicates that the cleaner has become overheated. The cleaner stops automatically. Unplug the main power cord to reset the vacuum cleaner and wait 5-10 minutes to allow the machine to cool down. While you are waiting, check the hose, dust bag and filter to be sure that nothing is blocking the flow of air through the machine. Signal indicator - flashing When the symbol is flashing, the hose handle is out of range and there is no connection to the cleaner. The cleaner will automatically stop after 30 min. if the hose handle or the cleaner has not been activated. Fig. 21 Speed Service Dustbag/Filter Wireless Airflow Temperature
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44 7 Filter and dust bags - Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD 7.3 Replacing the dust bag The machine is supplied with a dust bag. Replace the dust bag in the following way: 1. Release the two handles clamped on to the dust container. The handles are easily unlocked by lifting up the handles un- til they come to a stop. When you pull the handles outwards away from the cleaner, the container is released. Fig. 22. 2. Lift off the container. 3. Shake the dust from the bag filter. It may be advantageous for the filter to be installed in the container in such a way that dust in the filter can be shaken down into the dust container. 4. Lift out the bag filter. 5. Remove the dust bag by taking hold of the cardboard stiffener and carefully pulling out the card and bag from the container, Fig. 24. Fold down the perforated part of the card- board towards the opening of the bag in order to prevent the bag contents to leak out. 6. Empty the container of dust. 7.1 Replacing the bag filter A bag filter must always be installed in the dust container. Clean the filter in the following way: 1. Release the two handles clamping the dust container. The handles are easily unlocked by lifting up the handles until they come to a stop. When you pull the handles outwards away from the cleaner, the container is released. Fig. 22. 2. Do not remove the filter from the container. Instead, give the filter a light shaking inside the container to loosen dust from the filter allowing it to fall into the container. This is done by grasping the strap on the filter and quickly move the filter up and down as shown in Fig. 23. 3. Lift out the bag filter. If a dust bag is being used - remove the dust bag. Then empty the container of any remaining dust in a suitable place. 7.2 Fitting the bag filter Replace the bag filter in the machine as follows: 1. Replace the cleaned/shaken bag filter in the container. Make sure the filter support fits into the inner edge of the dust container properly. Check that the filter is fitted the right way up - the cloth handle on the filter should be visible. 2. Then replace the dust container with the bag filter in the cleaner’s vacuum unit. 3. Attach the container on the vacuum unit by lifting the con- tainer back in place and pushing the handles back in over the edge of the cleaner till you hear a click. Push down the handles and ensure that the vacuum unit and dust container are fitted together properly. 7.4 Fitting the dust bag Replace the dust bag as follows: 1. Fit the dust bag’s card with a hole into the bag holder, Fig. 25. 2. Replace the cleaned/shaken bag filter in the container. Make sure the filter support fits into the inner edge of the dust container properly. Check that the filter is fitted the right way up - the cloth han- dle on the filter should be visible. 3. Replace the dust container on the vacuum unit. Close the container on the vacuum unit by applying inward pressure to the two handles to ensure the vacuum unit and dust con- tainer are fitted together properly. Fig. 22 Fig. 23 Fig. 25 Fig. 24 The Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD can be run with or without the installation of a dust bag - the choice is yours. These products must though always be operated with the bag filter fitted in the cleaner.
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45 Connection of the low voltage cables The low voltage cables that runs along the pipes, is to be con- nected to the connector at the vacuum cleaner. Connect the ends of cables in the electrical sockets, one cable end in each socket. Secure the low voltage cables by pulling the snap lock- ings at the connector, downwards. On/Off The control current outlet (low voltage) is connected to a control current lead running the length of the pipes. Both ends of the low-voltage lead are connected to the connection panel on the vacuum unit. One lead to each outlet. The low-voltage lead should be connected as informed below. Location of the outlet for the low-voltage cables: 8 Electrical connection Supreme 100 The connection panel is located in the bottom of the vacuum unit. Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD The connection panel is located in the top of the vacuum unit Supreme 100 Connection panel All models have the low voltage cable connector placed to the left on the panel. These models do also have two extra outlets on the panel. These outlets are prepared for future functions and are not in use for the moment. The connector for the cable to the transceiver box is placed to the right. Secure the low voltage cables at the connector - pull the snap lockings at the connector downwards. Connector Low voltage cable
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46 Standard floor nozzle This is a universal, lightweight floor nozzle that can be used on most floor surfaces. You can switch from cleaning carpets to parquet or other flooring, Fig. 27/28. Remember! Never vacuum up liquids, broken glass or hot ashes, Fig. 32. Furniture nozzle Small, practical nozzle for vacuuming furniture, cushions and textiles, Fig. 31. Dusting brush The dusting brush can be used on lamps, pictures, curtains and other textiles, Fig. 30 9 Accessories Telescopic tube Adjust the length of the telescopic tube by pressing/pulling the regulator and sliding the tube it in or out, Fig. 26. (For cleaning stairs, we recommend reducing the length of the tube to the minimum. Radiator/crevice nozzle This nozzle is useful for hard-to-reach, restricted areas such as corners, crevices and radiators. Fig. 26 Fig. 29 Fig. 30 Fig. 31 Fig. 32 Fig. 27 Fig. 28
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47 All work involving the 240 volt mains electricity supply must be carried out by a qualified electrical contractor with full knowledge of the relevant safety regulations. The vacuum cleaner will not start Thermal protector The vacuum cleaner has a thermal cut-out that trips if the vacuum cleaner becomes overheated. Supreme 100 / Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 If this happens - unplug the main power cord to reset the vacuum cleaner. Wait 5-10 minutes to allow the machine to cool down. While you are waiting, check the hose, dust bag and filter to be sure that nothing is blocking the flow of air through the machine. The vacuum cleaner should now start again. If the cut-out trips again, you need to get a service firm to remedy the fault. Supreme LCD When the overheat symbol in the display on the cleaner is activated (models with display) the cleaners’ thermal cut-out has tripped. For more information regarding thermal cut out, see Overheat indicator. Other troubleshootings • Are you using the correct hose? Only the original hoses fit correctly. • Does the vacuum cleaner start when you try a different vacuum socket? If so, there is a fault in the electrical con- nection to the first socket. Unscrew the socket and check the connection at the back. • Is the power supply connected to the vacuum unit? • Is there power at the socket? • Is the low-voltage lead connected to the vacuum unit? • The batteries to the radio remote control (wireless version of vacuum cleaner) may have been discharged. Replace the batteries with new ones, type 1.5V AAA. The vacuum cleaner will not stop • Has a metal object become lodged in one of the vacuum sockets causing the pins to become fused? Poor suction power • Are all the vacuum sockets closed properly? • Has something become jammed in one of the vacuum sockets? • Is the container lid closed properly? • Is the gasket between the container and the lid in place? • Is it damaged? • Is the pipe system blocked? • Is the dust bag full or clogged? • Is filter clogged? Supreme LCD Display The Supreme LCD model has a display giving information about the machine, Fig. 21. Speed level When the start button is pushed or the hose is connected to the wall socket, the display will turn on and show the speed level. 10 Troubleshooting Dust bag/bag filter indicator When the dust bag/filter symbol starts to flash during opera- tion, the cleaner tells you that it is almost time to clean the bag filter and replace the dustbag. When it is time to do so, symbol will be lit continuously. The dust bag/filer symbol will be lightened after every 20 operation hours of the cleaner. If the symbol is lit, do like this: Turn off the cleaner by the hose handle (remote versions) or remove the suction hose from the wall inlet or by pushing the on/off switch on the display. Then check if the bag filter/dustbag is clogged. Replacement is described in chapters 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4. Reduced airflow indicator - lit The reduced airflow symbol on the display indicates that the airflow through the vacuum cleaner is reduced. After 30 seconds of operation with reduced airflow, the vacuum motor will be shot down in order to prevent damage to the motor. If the reduced airflow symbol is lit and the motor has been shut down, do like this: Check the bag filter and dust bag (see chapters 7.1, 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4) to see if anything is blocking the airflow. Remove the material causing the reduced air flow symbol to indicate. Service indicator When the service symbol starts flashing, the motor will run for one more hour before it stops/will not start. The purpose of the service symbol is to inform you that it is time to order service of the cleaner. When the symbol is continuously lit, the run time counter in the cleaner has counted that the al- lowed amount of run time has passed. You must now contact an authorised service workshop and let them perform a ser- vice of the cleaner and to reset the run time counter. Overheat indicator - flashing The overheat symbol indicates that the cleaner has become overheated. The cleaner stops automatically. Unplug the main power cored to reset the vacuum cleaner and wait 5-10 minutes to allow the machine to cool down. While you are waiting, check the hose, dust bag and filter to be sure that nothing is blocking the flow of air through the machine. Signal indicator - flashing When the symbol is flashing, the hose handle is out of range and there is no connection to the cleaner. The cleaner will automatically stop after 30 min. if the hose handle or the cleaner has not been activated. WARNING! Blockages can occur if: a) the tools and accessories are not used as directed at all times. b) wet or damp carpets are vacuumed. c) foreign objects are vacuumed up when the tools are not affixed to the hose. d) the wall sockets are not kept open until the system motor stops completly e) the filter and bags are not regularly cleaned and replaced as per manufacturers instructions. NB! Blockages are caused by misuse and are not cov- ered by the guarantee or warranty.
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48 10.2 Service/maintenance guide - Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD Dust container Should be emptied before the container is 3/4 full, depending on use but normally 2-4 times a year. Danger of block- age in the pipe system. Release the two handles clamping the dust container. The handles are easily unlocked by lifting up the handles until they come to a stop. When you pull the handles outwards away from the cleaner, the container is released. Lift off the container. Lift out the filter and dust bag - see additional information below. Empty the dust into a plastic bag and put in dustbin. Any remaining dust or fluff can be removed manually. Release the two handles clamping the dust container. The handles are easily unlocked by lifting up the handles until they come to a stop. When you pull the handles outwards away from the cleaner, the container is released. Lift off the container. Lift out the filter. Then remove the dust bag by pulling the bag’s cardboard stiffener off the nozzle. Replace in reverse order. Dust bag Should be replaced before it becomes completely full, de- pending on use but normally 2-4 times a year. Poor suction and danger of creating a block- age in the pipe system. Should be shaken when the container is emptied. NB: Only use dry cleaning methods To maintain good suction power. Filter NB! Never vacuum without a filter installed. Release the two handles clamping the dust container. The handles are easily unlocked by lifting up the handles until they come to a stop. When you pull the handles outwards away from the cleaner, the container is released. Lift off the container. Do not remove the filter from the container. Instead, give the filter a light shaking inside the container to loosen dust from the filter and allow it to fall into the container. Lift out the bag filter. If a dust bag is being used - remove it. Then empty the dust from the container in a suitable place. Should be replaced before it becomes completely full, de- pending on use but normally 2-4 times a year. Poor suction and danger of creat- ing a blockage in the pipe system. Dust bag Grasp the edge of the lid and open it by pulling upwards. Re- move the old dust bag by turning the cardboard stiffener to the right or left so that the elevation on the nozzle penetrates the opening in the cardboard. Now slide the bag off the inlet. Push the opening in the cardboard over the elevation on the inlet and pull on the new bag. Twist the cardboard to lock the bag in place. NB! The opening in the card must be adjusted and pushed past the elevation on the inlet before the card- board can be locked into place with a twisting action. NB! Never vacuum without a dust bag installed. Filter in bottom Should be checked when changing the bag. Poor suction can result. Dust can find its way into the motor. 10.1 Service/maintenance guide - Supreme 100 Remove the dust bag as described above. Remove the filter from the bottom. The filter can be cleaned by shaking it or washing it in water. NB! The filter must be completely dry before being reinstalled. Replace the cleaned filter in the machine. Press the outer edge of the filter down against the sides of the container so that the filter bulges up slightly. Refit the dust bag and replace the lid. Check that the lid is sitting firmly in place. NB! Never vacuum without a filter installed. NB! Never vacuum without a filter and dust bag installed in the model Supreme 100 Product How often? Why? How? Product How often? Why? How?
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49 11 Dimensional drawings Dimensional drawings in mm. Supreme 150 / Performer 150 / Supreme 250 / Performer 250 / Supreme LCD Supreme 100 Attach to wall 66 395 219 115 392 799 Min 200 Min 400 68 44 360 33 115 222 427 38 44
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50 12 Wireless communication - Wireless+/Deluxe WARNING! Do not pull out the suction hose from the cleaner while the motor/fan unit of the cleaner is running. These machines have a safety shut off function. This shut off function will be activated when the ma- chine is operated with a closed vacuum socket. 12.1 Transceiver box Before you mount the transceiver box to the wall you should always test if you have a signal between the transceiver box and the hose handle in your entire home. Connect the box to the cleaner and turn the cleaner on and off using the hose handle from differ- ent places in your home. The first transmission The hose handle and the cleaner needs to have a first com- munication before starting the cleaner. This is also valid if the hose handle has been replaced (spare part) or if you want to connect an extra hose. Do like this before starting your wire- less cleaner: 1) Unplug the main cord. 2) Plug in the cord again, and then push the on/off button at the hose handle for approximately 10 seconds. This must be done within 60 seconds after the cleaner has been plugged in 3) The handle and the cleaner do now communicate. Installing the transceiver box Mount the transceiver box on the wall minimum 1 meter away from the cleaner for best signal between the trans- ceiver box and the hose handle. The transceiver box can be moved to different places in your home for a better range by using an up to 30 meter network cable. Cables can often be bought in your local Electronics store. Connecting the transceiver box To be able to use the wireless Nilfisk hose handles, you must first connect the transceiver box to the cleaner. This is done by using the 2 meter the network cable (RJ45) that comes with the transceiver box. Connect the cable to the transceiver box and the right socket in the back of the cleaner. 12.2 Wireless hose handle Instruction for use The on-off function and power regulation is controlled by radio technology. You do not have to point at the machine like infra- red controls. The wireless bent end can be used anywhere in the house. Start and stop Start: One push at the switch will start the cleaner. Stop: One push at the switch will shut off the cleaner. The power regulation can be adjusted in 5 steps. You switch between the different steps by pressing the (+) or (-) buttons at the hose handle. Wireless The LED-indicator is placed above the on/off button and will be activated with different lights depending on the actions that are taken: The lamp is activated at start or stop actions or when the power regulation is adjusted. The lamp flashes a warning light that indicates that the bag filter/dust bag is clogged and needs cleaning/replacement. You must then check and clean or replace the filter/bag. Deluxe info center display The display is placed above the on/off button and will show different symbols depending of the status of the cleaner. Speed level: Bars shows the actual speed level Low Battery flashing: Battery is under 5%, Change battery. Service warning / Air flow blocked lit: Indicates for both Service warning and Blocked airflow. See 10 Troubleshooting Check bag/filter flashing: It is almost time to change dust bag and clean filter. Check bag/filter lit: Dust bag or filter is clogged. Change dust bag and clean filter. Signal flashing: Hose handle is out of range. No connec- tion to the cleaner. Overheat flashing: Thermal cut-out has tripped and the cleaner has stopped. See 10 Troubleshooting Battery The lifetime of the enclosed batteries in the bent end is ap- proximately three (3) years. If the battery capacity at opera- tion start is to low, the cleaner will then be shut off. If the cleaner would not start or the power regulation via the hose handle does not work, you must replace the batteries at the hose handle. Replace to battery type 1.5V AAA. For more in- formation and trouble shooting see chapter 10 in this instruc- tion for use. How to replace battery at the hose handle 1) Open the lid of the battery holder by sliding the lid towards the front of the hose handle. 2) Replace the used batteries with two new ones, type 1.5V AAA. Make sure the polarity of the batteries is placed correct at the bracket. 3) Slide the battery lid back until you hear a click. On/Off Power regulation + Power regulation - LED- indicator Overheat Signal strength Bag/filter Speed Low battery Service
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82 Declaration of Conformity Product: Vacuum Cleaner Type: Nilfisk Central vacuum cleaner, Performer & Supreme Description: 107404969, 107404970, 107404971, 107404972, 107404974, 107404975 The design of the unit corresponds to the following pertinent regulations: EC Low-voltage Directive 2006/95/EC EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC RoHS Directive 2011/65/EC Applied harmonised standards: EN 55014-1: 2006 + A1: 2009 & A2: 2011 EN 61000-3-2: 2006 + A1: 2009 & A2: 2009 EN 61000-3-3: 2008 EN 55014-2: 1997 + A1: 2001 & A2: 2008 EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09) EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1 (2002-08) EN 3000220-2 V2.3.1 (2010-02) EN 3000220-1 V2.3.1 (2010-02) FCC Part 15C (2011) RSS-Gen (issue 3) (December 2010) RSS-210 (issue 8) (December 2010) IEC/EN 60335-1 5th ed. (2012) IEC/EN 60335-2-69 5th ed. (2012) IEC 60335-1 fifth ed. (2001)+A1+A2 IEC 60335-2-2 (2002)+A1+A2 IEC 60335-2-2: 2009 IEC 60335-1:2001+ A1:2004 + A2:2006 EN 60335-2-2:2010+A11 EN 60335-1:2002 +A11+A1+A12+A2+A13 +A14+A15 EN 62233:2008 Applied national stand- ards and technical specifications: IEC 60335-2-2 IEC 60335-2-69 Name and address of the person authorised to compile the techni- cal file: Anton Sørensen General Manager, Technical Operations EAPC Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Brøndby Identity and signature of the person empowered to draw up the declara- tion on behalf of the manufacturer: Anton Sørensen General Manager, Technical Operations EAPC Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Brøndby Place and date of the declaration Hadsund, 06.03.2013 Vakuutus Tuote: Pölynimuri Tyyppi: Nilfisk Keskuspölynimuri, Performer & Supreme Kuvaus: 107404969, 107404970, 107404971, 107404972, 107404974, 107404975 Laite vastaa seuraavia määräyksiä: EU:n matalajännitedirektiivi 2006/95/EC EU:n EMV-direktiivi 2004/108/EC RoHS direktiivi 2011/65/EC Käytettävät harmo- nisoidut standardit: EN 55014-1: 2006 + A1: 2009 & A2: 2011 EN 61000-3-2: 2006 + A1: 2009 & A2: 2009 EN 61000-3-3: 2008 EN 55014-2: 1997 + A1: 2001 & A2: 2008 EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09) EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1 (2002-08) EN 3000220-2 V2.3.1 (2010-02) EN 3000220-1 V2.3.1 (2010-02) FCC Part 15C (2011) RSS-Gen (issue 3) (December 2010) RSS-210 (issue 8) (December 2010) IEC/EN 60335-1 5th ed. (2012) IEC/EN 60335-2-69 5th ed. (2012) IEC 60335-1 fifth ed. (2001)+A1+A2 IEC 60335-2-2 (2002)+A1+A2 IEC 60335-2-2: 2009 IEC 60335-1:2001+ A1:2004 + A2:2006 EN 60335-2-2:2010+A11 EN 60335-1:2002 +A11+A1+A12+A2+A13 +A14+A15 EN 62233:2008 Käytettävät kansalliset standardit ja tekniset tiedot: IEC 60335-2-2 IEC 60335-2-69 Teknisten tietojen valtu- utetun laatijan nimi ja osoite: Anton Sørensen General Manager, Technical Operations EAPC Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Brøndby Valmistajan puolesta valtuutetun vakuutuk- sen laatijan henkilöl- lisyys ja allekirjoitus: Anton Sørensen General Manager, Technical Operations EAPC Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Brøndby Vakuutuksen antamisen paikka ja päiväys: Hadsund, 06.03.2013
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Table with explanation of the indication lights at the display for Supreme LCD Bars show the actual speed level Battery is under 5%. Change battery Indicates for service warning, see 10 troublesshooting Light Signal flashing Table with explanation of the indication lights at the Deluxe Hose handle Overheat flashing Indicates for blocked airflow, see 10 troublesshooting It is almost time to change dust bag and clean filter. Dust bag or filter is clogged. Change dust bag and clean filter. Check bag/filter Airflow Service Battery Speed level Hose handle is out of range. No connection to the cleaner. Thermal cut-out has tripped and the cleaner has stopped. See 10 Troubleshooting Connection Overheat
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