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Central Vacuum Systems Accessories
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Review this manual before operating cleaner.
Fill in and retain The HOOVER Central Vacuum System Accessories include a hose,nozzle and tools. For your record s ,please enter model and serial nu m b e rs in the spaces prov i d e d b e l ow and retain in a safe place. Power Nozzle Pa rt No. (See bottom of power nozzle)
A c c e s s o ry kit Model No.
(see pack age panel)
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Index Assembling ..............................................4 How to Use Cleaner ..................................................5 Cleaning tools ......................................5 Power nozzles ......................................6 If you have a problem............................10 Clearing blockages............................10 Service ................................................10 Important Safeguards ............................2 Maintenance Lubrication............................................9 Standard and ‘PowerMAX’ power nozzles Replacing agitator brush roll ............7 Replacing belt ..................................6-7 Replacing headlight ............................8 ‘WindTunnel™ power nozzle Replacing agitator brush roll ............9 Replacing belt ..................................8-9 Replacing headlight ............................9 Unpacking ................................................3 Nozzle descriptions ............................3
Important Safeguards! When using an electrical appliance,basic precautions should alw ays be fo l l ow e d , i n cluding the fo l l ow i n g : READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
Do not use powered nozzle outdoors .
Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near ch i l d r e n . Do not allow cleaning system to be used as a toy or to run unattended at any time.
Do not allow any objects to be put into wall inlets.
Keep hair,loose cl o t h i n g ,f i n ge rs ,feet and all parts of body aw ay from openings, rotating agitator and any other moving part s . Do not operate nozzle in bare feet or when wearing open toe shoes or sandals.
Units with cordless hose use only with Hoover valve type W V.
The hose contains electrical wires. Do not use if damage d ,c u t ,or punctured. Avoid picking up sharp objects.
Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking,s u ch as cigarettes,m a t ch e s , or hot ashes.
Do not use to pick up flammable or combu s t i ble liquids such as gasoline or use in areas where they may be present.
Use extra care when cleaning stairs .
Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any openings bl o ck e d :keep free of dust,l i n t ,h a i r,and anything that may reduce air flow.
Do not pull or carry by cord ,use cord as a handle,close a door on cord or pull c o rd around sharp edges or corners . Do not run appliance over cord . Keep cord aw ay from heated surfaces.
A lw ays disconnect cord from electrical outlet before connecting or disconnecting hose or motorized nozzle.
Unplug cleaner when not in use. Turn off all controls before unplugg i n g .
Disconnect hose from wall inlet and cord from electrical outlet when not in use and b e fore servicing motorized nozzle.
Grasp the plug to disconnect from wall outlet to avoid damage to cord ,p l u g , p ro n g s ,or receptacl e. N ever handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not working as it should, has been dro p p e d ,d a m age d ,left outdoors ,or dropped into water,take it to Hoover Fa c t o ry Service Center or Au t h o r i zed Hoover Warranty Service Dealer (Depot).
Use vacuum cleaner only for its intended use as described in this ow n e r ’s manu a l . Use only attachments recommended by The Hoover Company ;o t h e rs may cause hazards.
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1. Unpacking r
A. Corded Hose (Models S5697, S5701,S5703) B Cordedless Hose
(Model S5709) C. Power nozzle (see descriptions below) D. C r evice tool E. Dusting brush F. Wall/floor brush
G. Furniture nozzle H. Extension wands - some models have two sets of extension wands: • metal wands which can remain attached to the power nozzle
plastic wands which can be used with cleaning tools. H o s e / Tool rack
Nozzle Descriptions 1. S t a n d a rd nozzle (ModelS5697) 2. PowerMAX™ nozzle (Model S5701)
6. Belt ch e ck window PowerMAX™ nozzle only Operate cleaner only at vo l t age specified on data plate on bottom of cl e a n e r. This cleaner is intended for household u s e.
2. Assembling r 2-1 A
2-2 C D
B Push the wand/tool latch on the hand grip (A) to the unlock symbol. Push the hand grip (A) down onto wand so that the button projection (B) fits into the slot. Push the latch to the lock symbol to secure wand.
For metal wands, attach second wand or tool by fitting button projection (D) on one into spring latch (C) of first wand. Attach nozzle in same manner. To release, press down on center of latch and remove tool, nozzle, or wand.
For plastic wands, turn plastic latch ring on wand until outer slot lines up with inner slot.
Push wand down onto second wand or tool so that button projection fits into slot. Turn latch ring to lock into place. Reverse procedure to remove wand or tool.
Push plug (F) of nozzle power cord completely into cord receptacle underneath hand grip. NOTE: Before attaching or removing nozzle power cord ,a lw ays disconnect hose power cord (CORDED hose) from electrical outlet or disconnect hose from
Attach corded hose to wall inlet valve 2-7
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet. DO NOT CHANGE THE PLUG IN ANY WAY.
electrified inlet valve (CORDLESS hose). Position nozzle power cord into clips on wands, placing excess cord between nozzle and bottom clip.
Attach cordless hose to electrified wall inlet valve 2-8
Unplug hose power cord when finished cleaning. After attaching wands and nozzle to hose, press remote control switch on the hand grip to “OFF.” Open wall inlet valve and push end of hose firmly into opening. Push hose power cord plug )G) into an electrical outlet. 4
After attaching wands and nozzle to hose, press remote control switch on the hand grip to “OFF”. Open electrified wall inlet valve and push end of hose and mating pins into opening. Hose is automatically energized to operate nozzle. Unplug hose when finished cleaning.
3. How to use 3-1
Hand grip controls
Floor Surface Switch
The floor surface switch (B) on the hand grip controls the agitator on the nozzles.
The handle has two positions when used with the power nozzle: upright and operating.
“RUG” turns agitator brush roll ON. “BARE” turns agitator brush roll OFF.
To lower handle to operating position, place your foot firmly on the power nozzle and pull handle back.
The ON-OFF switch (A) for the Power Unit is located on the hand grip of the hose.
Brushed edge cleaning
Brushed edge cleaning is provided on both sides of the nozzle to remove embedded dirt in carpet near baseboard and furniture. Guide side of nozzle parallel to edge of carpet or furniture as shown.
The suction regulator (C) is located on one of the metal wands.
The cleaning tools have many uses. Select the tool best suited for the cleaning task from the descriptions below.
Open the suction regulator for less suction when cleaning lightweight fabrics or throw rugs. Close the suction regulator (as shown) for maximum suction. If power nozzle is difficult to push on some carpet, open the suction regulator. This will prevent damage to the belt.
1. C r evice tool may be used in tight spaces, corners and along edges in such places as dresser drawers, upholstered furniture, stairs and baseboards. 2. Furniture nozzle may be used for upholstered furniture, draperies, tapestries, mattresses, clothing, automobile interiors and carpeted stairs. 3. Dusting brush may be used for carved furniture, table tops, books, lamps, lighting fixtures, venetian blinds, baseboards, shutters and registers. 4. Wall/floor brush may be used for walls and wood, vinyl, brick, slate and other hard surface floors. Connect cleaning tools to hand grip or wands as shown in assembly section.
Hard surface floor cleaning
Power nozzles Carpet or rug cleaning When using the nozzle for carpet and rug cleaning, push the Floor Surface Switch (D) on hand grip toward “RUG”. This setting provides the agitator action necessary to deep clean carpets. The nozzle adjusts automatically to various carpet pile heights.
The nozzle can be used for cleaning hard surface floors such as wood, linoleum, vinyl, asphalt and rubber tile, sealed cork, concrete and terrazzo, as well as carpet.
Note: The headlight (E) on the ‘PowerMAX’ nozzle remains ON as long as the hose power cord is plugged into an electrical outlet.
To set the power nozzle for hard surface floor cleaning, push the Floor Surface Switch (D) toward “BARE”. This setting provides no agitator action. If you prefer, you may use the wall/floor brush to clean bare floors.
4. Maintenance Familiarize yourself with these home maintenance tasks as proper use and care of your cleaner will ensure continued cleaning effectiveness.
Standard and PowerMAX™ power nozzles It is, therefore, necessary to always unplug the hose power cord from the electrical outlet when cleaning is finished.
What to buy Use only a genuine HOOVER Belt No. 40201045 when a belt replacement is necessary.
When to replace The belt should be checked from time to time to be sure it is in good condition. To check, remove the nozzle cover (see following section). Replace the belt if it is stretched, cut, or broken.
The belt in your power nozzle drives the agitator. It has been designed specifically for use in this cleaner and is important for effective operation.
How to replace
Return nozzle to original position, lift off nozzle cover.
On the PowerMAX™ nozzle, the belt is visible through the belt check window (A) on top of the nozzle. If the belt is broken, the motor pulley will be visible through the window.
Disconnect hose power cord from electrical outlet and disconnect power nozzle from extension wands. Turn nozzle over and unscrew the 4 recessed Phillips head screws. Note: Do not remove the 3 screws in the triangle formation as these hold the motor in place.
If belt is not broken, pull it off the motor pulley (B).
Lift up end of agitator. Remove old belt from agitator pulley (C) and replace with new belt. Lettering on belt must be visible.
The agitator brush roll replacement
Stretch belt back and attach to motor pulley. Hold opposite end of agitator in place. Push belt end forward, rotating end plate (D) until it slides into place. Turn agitator, making sure it rotates freely.
What to buy The agitator may be replaced with either a single or double row of brushes. Single row of brushes - Hoover part No. 48414-051. Double row of brushes - Hoover part No. 48414-049.
When to replace
Position nozzle cover on front lip of nozzle base. Press cover into place.
Disconnect hose power cord from electrical outlet. To check condition of brushes, move edge of card across agitator opening while turning agitator. To maintain cleaning effectiveness, replace brushes if they do not touch card.
Turn nozzle over and replace screws.
How to replace
Disconnect hose power cord from electrical outlet and disconnect power nozzle from extension wands. 1. Remove nozzle cover, agitator and belt as shown in Figs. 4-2 to 4-5. 2. Lift out old agitator and discard.
( PowerMAX™ power nozzle only ) The headlight,located under the nozzle cover. Use only Hoover part No.27317-307, which is a fused bulb, when replacing the headlight.
3. Replace new agitator and belt as shown in Figs 4-4 to 4-7.
How to to replace Disconnect hose power cord from electrical outlet and disconnect power nozzle from extension wands. 1. Remove the nozzle cover as shown in Figs. 4-2 to 4-5. 2. Push old bulb into socket and twist to remove. Push new bulb into socket and twist into place. 3. Replace nozzle cover.
WindTunnel™ power nozzle The belt The belt in your power nozzle drives the agitator. It has been designed specifically for use in this nozzle and is important for effective operation.
What to buy Use only a genuine HOOVER Belt No. 40201180 when a belt replacement is necessary.
When to replace The belt should be checked from time to time to be sure it is in good condition. To check, remove the hood (see following section). Replace the belt if it is stretched, cut, or broken.
How to replace With CORDED hose,disconnect hose p ower cord from electrical outlet. With CORDLESS hose,disconnect end of hose from electrified inlet va l v e. Then disconnect power nozzle from ex t e n s i o n wands.
To remove hood, turn nozzle over and unscrew the 4 recessed Phillips head screws. Note: Do not remove the 3 screws in the triangle formation as these hold the motor in place.
Return nozzle to original position and lift off hood.
Remove brush roll cover (E) by removing the 3 Phillips head screws.
Lift off brush roll cover (E).
H F If belt is not broken but is stretched or cut, pull it off the motor pulley (F).
Lift up end of agitator brush roll. Remove old belt from agitator pulley (G) and replace with new belt. Lettering on belt must be visible.
Stretch belt back and attach to motor pulley. Hold opposite end of agitator brush roll in place. Push belt end forward, rotating end plate (H) until it slides into place. Turn agitator, making sure it rotates freely.
Agitator brushes and brush roll replacement
When to replace brushes With CORDED hose,disconnect hose p ower cord from electrical outlet. With CORDLESS hose,disconnect end of hose from electrified inlet va l v e.
E Replace brush roll cover (E) over agitator brush roll. Replace 3 short screws.
Position hood on top of nozzle base. Turn nozzle over. Replace 2 short screws at the back of nozzle and 2 long screws at the front.
What to buy When purchasing a new agitator brush roll, ask for HOOVER part no.48414-071.
How to replace With CORDED hose,disconnect hose p ower cord from electrical outlet. With CORDLESS hose,disconnect end of hose from electrified inlet va l v e.
Headlight replacement The headlight, located on top of the power nozzle, operates when the cleaner is turned on. Use only HOOVER part no. 27317-307, which is a fused bulb, when replacing the headlight.
1. Remove hood, duct cover, belt and brush roll as shown in Figs. 4-10 to 4-15. When brush roll brushes are worn, the brush roll should be replaced. To check condition of brushes, move edge of a card across bottom plate while turning brush roll. To maintain cleaning effectiveness, replace brush roll if brushes do not touch card.
2. Discard old brush roll. 3. Replace new brush roll and belt as shown in Figs. 4-16 to 4-18.
5. If you have a problem
If a minor problem occurs, it usually can be solved quite easily when the cause is found by using the check list below.
How to replace Disconnect cleaner from electrical outlet and disconnect power nozzle from extension wands. 1. Remove the hood as shown in Figs. 4-10 and 4-11. 2. Push old bulb into socket and twist to remove. Push new bulb into socket and twist into place. 3. Replace hood.
Edge groomer replacement When to replace The edge groomers, located on both sides of the nozzle, should be replaced when they no longer extend past the surface of the bottom plate.
What to buy When purchasing edge groomers, ask for Hoover part no.39511004.
How to replace Disconnect cleaner from electrical outlet. 1. Remove hood and b rush roll cover as shown in Figs. 4-10 to 4-13. 2. Pull off both old edge groomers (I). 3.Push each new groomer onto the 3 tabs (J), starting with one of the end tabs. Then push the groomer onto the middle and remaining end tab.
Problem: Agitator brush roll won’t run Possible cause Possible solution • Hose power cord, nozzle power cord or cordless hose, not firmly plugged in. • Plug firmly into receptacle. • Broken or worn belt. • Replace belt. • Floor surface set to “BARE” in wrong position. • Set floor surface to “RUG” position.
4. Replace brush roll cover and hood as shown in Figs. 4-17 and 4-18.
Problem: Nozzle won’t pick-up Possible cause Possible solution • Low suction. • Check Power Unit filter. • Blockage in system. • Remove blockage. • Agitator brush roll not running. • See preceeding section. • Agitator brush roll brushes worn. • Replace brushes.
Clearing blockages Remove larger items from carpet and floor surfaces before vacuuming to help prevent obstructions in the hose, wands or nozzle connector, and maintain the cleaning effectiveness of your Central Vacuum System. 1. To check for obstructions, first press ONOFF Switch on hand grip to “OFF” to turn off Power Unit. 2. Disconnect nozzle power cord and wands from hand grip.
Service To obtain approved HOOVER service and genuine HOOVER parts, locate the nearest H o over Fa c t o ry Service Center or Au t h o r i zed Hoover Warranty Serv i c e Dealer (Depot) by: • checking the Yellow Pages under “Vacuum Cleaners - Household” OR • checking the list of Factory Service Centers provided with this cleaner OR • calling 1-800-944-9200 for an automated referral of authorized service outlet locations (U.S. only) OR • checking the Service section of The Hoover Company online at www.hoovercompany.com
3. Turn “ON” Power Unit and check hose end for suction. Remove any obstruction. 4. Remove nozzle from wands and attach wands to hose. Check for suction and remove any obstructions.
Do not send your cleaner to The Hoover Company in North Canton for service, this will only result in delay. If further assistance is needed, contact The Hoover Company Consumer Response Center, North Canton, Ohio 44720 Phone: 330-499-9499. In Canada, contact Hoover Canada, Burlington, Ontario L7R 4A8, Phone: 1-800-263-6376. Always identify your cleaner by the complete model number when requesting information or ordering parts. (The model number appears on the bottom of the cleaner.)
Lubrication The motor is equipped with two bearings that contain sufficient lubrication for the life of the motor. The addition of lubricant could cause damage. T h e r e fo r e,do not a dd lubricant to either motor bearing. The agitator is equipped with two ball bearings that should be lubricated periodically by a Hoover Factory Service Center or an authorized Hoover Warranty Service Dealer (Depot). 10
5 .B e fo r e attaching nozzle to wands, check nozzle connector (A). 6. Push nozzle connector down to lowest position. Look into nozzle connector and remove any obstructions.
Limited Warranty (Domestic Use) Applies in United States Only POWER UNIT - FIVE YEARS -ALL MODELS SUCTION MOTOR - FIVE YEARS - MODELS5671 - SEVEN YEARS - Model S5673 - TEN YEARS - Model S5573 & Model S5675 ATTACHMENT SET - FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY (PACKED WITH ATTACMENTS) The power unit of your HOOVER® Central Vacuum System is warranted in normal household use, in accordance with the instructions provided with your power unit, against original defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five years from date of purchase. In addition, the suction motor of the power unit of Model S5673 is warranted for an additional 2 years and the suction motors of Model S5573 and Model S5675 are warranted for an additional 5 years against original defects in materials and workmanship. This warranty applies when the product is purchased in the United States including its territories and possessions, or from a U.S. Military Exchange. A product purchased elsewhere is covered by a limited warranty which covers the cost of parts only for the time periods given above. For Canada, see Canadian Warranty. This warranty does not apply if the power unit is used in a commercial or rental application. This warranty covers all labor and parts necessary to place the power unit in correct operating condition during the warranty period. Warranty service can only be obtained by presenting the power unit to a Hoover Factory Service Center listed on the back of this warranty. Proof of purchase may be required. This warranty does not cover pick-up, delivery or house calls; however, if youmail your power unit to a Hoover Factory Service Center for warranty service, transportation will be paid one way under this warranty. This warranty does not cover installation damages, installation materials, or damage to the power unit caused by defective or improper installation of the Central Vacuum System. While this warranty gives you specific legal rights, you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. If there are any questions concerning this warranty, or the availability of warranty service outlets, write or phone the Consumer Response Center, The Hoover Company, 101 East Maple Street, North Canton, Ohio 44720. Phone (330) 499-9499.
THE EXCEPTIONAL WARRANTY WITHOUT EXCEPTION* HOOVER CENTRAL VACUUM PRODUCTS
APPLIES IN CANADA ONLY
WARRANTY HOOVER DOMESTIC FLOORCARE APPLIANCE THE EXCEPTIONAL WARRANTY WITHOUT EXCEPTION* A full warranty on all parts and labour in accordance with the chart on the following page. Notwithstanding any other provision in this warranty or any applicable statutory provisions, neither the Company nor the Purchaser shall be liable to the other for special or consequential damages or damages for loss of use arising directly or indirectly from any breach of this contract, fundamental or otherwise or from any tortious acts or omissions of their respective employees or agents. In no event shall the liability of the Company exceed the unit price of any part or parts which are defective or are not delivered. Subject to any other warranty packed with the product, this express warranty is the only warranty applicable to your HOOVER DOMESTIC FLOORCARE APPLIANCE and is expressly in lieu of any warranty otherwise implied by law, including, but not limited to, implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.The remedies available under this express warranty shall be the only remedies available to the purchaser. Hoover Canada neither assumes, nor authorizes anyone to assume for it, any other responsibility related to the sale of HOOVER DOMESTIC FLOORCARE APPLIANCES.
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CENTRALVACUUM CLEANING ATTACHMENT SETS Full one year warranty covers everything including belts, brushes and bulbs. MODELS5671, S5672 CENTRALVACUUM POWER UNIT A full five year warranty on all parts and labour. MODELS5673, S5674 CENTRALVACUUM POWER UNIT A full five year warranty on all parts and labour PLUS AN EXTENDED WARRANTY FOR TWOYEARS ON THE MOTOR. MODELS5675 and S5573 CENTRALVACUUM POWER UNIT A full five year warranty on all parts and labour PLUS AN EXTENDED WARRANTY FOR FIVE YEARS ON THE MOTOR.
*Normal domestic use only. Hoover Warranties are honoured at authorized warranty depots across Canada.For inwarranty or regular service, contact a Hoover authorized service depot nearest you. These dealers are listed in the yellow pages of your telephone directory under the heading of Vacuum Cleaners - Household. AUTHORIZED WARRANTY SERVICE DEALERS are listed in the directory as in the following example: HOOVER APPLIANCES AUTHORIZED WARRANTY SERVICE CENTER SMITH VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE 123 ANY STREET — 123-4567 IF FURTHER ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED IN CANADA, CONTACT: HOOVER CANADA, 4151 NORTH SERVICE ROAD, BURLINGTON,ONTARIO L7R 4A8 1-800-263-6376
This warranty is void if repairs are performed by unauthorized persons or if other than genuine Hoover replacement parts or accessories are used. * For commercial or rental use, the wa r ranty is limited to three (3) months from date of purchase. “This wa r ranty is not applicable to H o over products sold in those Prov i n c e s which have consumer legislation which specifies mandatory wa r ranty prov i s i o n s limiting and defining wa r ranty prov i s i o n s.”