Stick Vacuum Maintenance and Safety Precaution Guide

Lists of Stick Vacuum Maintenance and Instructions

Hoover Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum CleanerBissell PowerEdge Pet Hard Floor Vacuum CleanerHoover Corded Cyclonic Stick Vacuum Cleaner
Hoover Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum CleanerBissell PowerEdge Pet Hard Floor Vacuum CleanerHoover Corded Cyclonic Stick Vacuum Cleaner

People always neglect to read the vacuum cleaner maintenance and safety guide as they think that they already know but we believe the following guide is worth for you to read it at least once.

To maintain maximum cleaning performance and to extend the life of your stick vacuum cleaner, the following maintenance steps should take into considerations:

  • To reduce the risk of injury from moving parts and/or electrical shock, always turn the POWER OFF and disconnect the power cord/cable from electrical outlet before performing the maintenance or troubleshooting.
  • Every vacuum come with the user guide/manual, you are encourage to read the manual carefully before starting to use it. If necessary, consult the manufacturer specialists seeking advices.
  • It’s recommended that you do not use the stick vacuum in outdoor areas and on wet surfaces.
  • The dirt container should be emptied before debris reaches the FULL mark. This is because low suction or poor pickup may due to clog in the dirt container. Some vacuum have the container full alert so you not need to worry about this.
  • Cleaning and replacing the filters as necessary. Always use the genuine filters by the manufacturer’s to avoid any issues of un-consistency.
  • Regularly check the rear brush and front wipers on the underside of the vacuum and remove any debris that has accumulated with a cloth.
  • To avoid excessive heat and damage to the unit or batteries, do not operate the vacuum cleaner while charging.
  • Locate charger indoors in a cool, dry area, not exposed to weather to avoid electrical shock and/or cleaner damage.
  • Store the vacuum in a nice and tidy place and out of reach of children.
  • Do not operate the vacuum cleaner or charger if it has been damaged in any way. If cleaner is not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, return it to a service center.
  • Do not pull or carry by the cord, use cord as a handle, close door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
  • Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the charger, not the cord.
  • Do not handle the charger or vacuum cleaner with wet hands.
  • DO NOT MUTILATE OR INCINERATE BATTERIES AS THEY WILL EXPLODE AT HIGH TEMPERATURES.
  • Leaks from battery cells can occur under extreme usage or temperature conditions. If the liquid gets on your skin or vacuum, wash and clean it as necessary and replace the battery cells.
  • Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used by or near children.
  • Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
  • Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline, or use on areas where they may be present.
  • Do not dispose of battery in a fire or trash compactor. It must be recycled or disposed of in accordance with local regulations. Please consult your Yellow Pages or local recycling center for more information.

To conclude, it’s always good if you can take serious note on the vacuum maintenance guide. As you are dealing with electricity while using the vacuum, you must ensure that the safety precaution is always in your highest priority.

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