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f 12 GALLON MODEL NO . 113.177650 OR 16 GALLON MODEL NO . 113.177611 Serial Number Model and serial num - bers may be found on the handle . CRRFT lVlRH ° You should record both model and serial numbers in a safe place for future use . t2 GALLON OR t 6 GALLON , _ kWARNING : FOR YOUR WET / DRY VAC SAFETY , • safety READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS • assembly CAREFULLY • operating SAVETHIS • maintenance MANUAL • repair parts FOR FUTURE REFERENCE • EspaSol - pagina 17 J Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . Part No . SP6579 Printed in Mexico
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Table of Contents Section Page Section Page Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Moving the Wet / Dry Vac . . . . . . . . . . 10 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Blowing Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . 3 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Unpacking and Checking Filter Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Filter Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Carton Contents List . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Cleaning a Dry Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Replacement Filter Assembly . . . . . . . . 6 Cleaning a Wet Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Caster ! Caster Foot Assembly . . . . . . . . 7 Wet / Dry Vac Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Cleaning and Disinfecting Accessory and Hose Storage . . . . . . . . 8 the Wet / Dry Vac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Casters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Vacuuming Dry Materials . . . . . . . . . . 9 Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Vacuuming Liquids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Repair Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Emptying the Drum . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Warranty P _ Craftsman One Year Full Warranty " _ If this Craftsman product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase , return it to any Sears store , Sears Service Center , or other Craftsman outlet for free repair ( or replace = merit if repair proves impossible ) . This warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase if this product is ever used for commercial or rental purposes . This warranty does not include bags or filters , which are expendable parts that can wear out from normal use within the warranty period . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights , which vary , from state to state . _ . b ' Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 . J - _ 4
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iMPORTANT SAFETY iNSTRUCTiONS To reduce the risk of electric shock , do Safety is a combination of common sense staying alert , and knowing how your not expose to rain or allow liquid to wet / dry vacuum cleaner ( " Vac " ) works . enter motor compartment . Store indoors . Safety Signal Words Do not allow to be used as a toy . Close , _ k DANGER : Indicates an imminently attention is necessary when used by or hazardous situation which , if not avoided near children . will result in death or serious injury . Do not use with a torn filter or without WARNING : Indicates a potentially the filter installed except when hazardous situation which , if not avoided vacuuming liquids as described in the could result in death or serious injury . Operation section of this manual . Dry A _ , CAUTION : Indicates a potentially debris ingested by the impeller may hazardous situation which , if not avoided , damage the motor or be exhausted may result in minor or moderate injury , or back into the air . property damage . • WARNING : The power cord on this product contains lead , a chemical When using your Vac , always follow basic known in the State of California to cause safety precautions including the following : birth defects or other reproductive harm . , & WARNING - To , Weduceash hands after handling . the risk of fire , electric shock , or • Do not leave Vac when plugged in . injury : Unplug from outlet when not in use and • Read and understand this manual and before servicing . all labels on the Wet / Dry Vac before • Turn off Vac before unplugging . operating . • To reduce the risk of injury ofromwer • Use only as described in this manual . accidental starting , unplug p cord before changing or cleaning filter . • Do not leave Vac running while unat - tended . • Do not unplug by pulling on cord . Tod . unplug , grasp the plug , not the cor • Sparks inside the motor can ignite • Do not use with damaged cord , plug or flammable vapors or dust . To reduce other parts . If your Vac is not workings the risk of fire or explosion , do not as it should , has missing parts , ha vacuum or use near flammable or been dropped , damaged , left outdoors , combustible liquids , gases , or explosive or dropped into water , return it to a dusts , such as gasoline or other fuels , Sears Service Center . lighter fluid , cleaners , oil - based paints , • Do not pull or carry by cord , use cordpull natural gas , hydrogen , coal dust , mag - as handle , close a door on cord , or nesium dust , aluminum dust , grain cord around sharp edges or corners . dust , or gun powder . Do not run Vac over cord . Keep cord away from heated surfaces . • Do not vacuum anything that is burning • Do not handle plug , switch , or the Vac or smoking , such as cigarettes , with wet hands . matches , or hot ashes . • Do not put any object into ventilation • Do not vacuum drywall dust or cold openings . Do not vacuum with any ven - fireplace soot or ash with standard tilation openings blocked ; keep free of filter . This is a very fine dust which may dust , lint , hair or anything that may be exhausted back into the air . Use a reduce air flow . fine dust filter instead . • Keep hair , loose clothing , fingers , and • To reduce the risk of health hazards all parts of body away from openings from vapors or dust , do not vacuum and moving parts . toxic materials . • To reduce the risk of falls , use extra • Do not use or store near hazardous care when cleaning on stairs . materials .
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• Toreducteheriskofbackinjuryor Extension Cord Length Gauge A . W . G . fallsd , onotliftaVacthatisheavwy ith 0 - 50 Ft . 14 liquidordebris . PartialelymptytheVac 50 - 100 Ft . 12 byscoopinogrdraininlgiquidtomake itcomfortabtolelift . , _ . CAUTION : • Toreducteheriskofpersonainljuryor damagteoVacu , seonlyCraftsman • To reduce the risk of hearing damage , recommendaecdcessories . wear ear protectors when using for • When using as a blower : extended hours or using in a noisy area . - Direct air discharge only at work • For dusty operations , wear dust mask . area . - Do not direct air at bystanders . NOTE : Static shocks are common in - Keep children away when blowing . dry areas or when the relative humidity of - Do not use blower for any job except the air is low . Vacuuming fine debris with blowing dirt and debris . your Vac can deposit static charge on the - Do not use as a sprayer . hose or on the Vac . The best remedy to - Wear safety eyewear . reduce the frequency of static shocks in your home or when using this Vac is toer . • To reduce the risk of eye injury , wear add moisture to the air with a humidifi safety eyewear . The operation of any utility Vac or blower can result in foreign objects being blown into the Observe the following warnings that eyes , which can result in severe eye appear on the motor housing of your Vac : damage . • This Wet / Dry Vac is double - insulated , eliminating the need for a separate GROUNDING NOT REQUIRED . ' _ DOUBLE INSULATED grounding system . Use only identical WHEN SERVICING USE ONLY replacement parts . Read the IDENTICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS . instructions for Servicing Double - Insulated Wet / Dry Vacs before , _ WARNING : For your own safety , servicing . read and understand owner's manual . • Use only extension cords that are rated Do not run unattended . for outdoor use . Extension cords in Do not pick up hot ashes , coals , toxic , poor condition or that are too small in flammable or other hazardous wire size can pose fire and shockhese materials . Do not use around explosive hazards . To reduce the risk of t liquids or vapors . hazards when using an extension cord , be sure it is in good condition and that the connection does not come into contact with liquid . To keep power loss electric shock - do not expose to rain - i WARNING : To reduce the risk of 1 store indoors . to a minimum , use the following table to choose the minimum wire size extension cord . SAVE THIS MANUAL i
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Introduction Read this owner's manual to familiarize This Wet / Dry Vac is intended for house - hold use . It may be used for vacuuming of yourself with the product features and to wet or dry media and may be used as a understand the specific usage of your new blower . wet / dry vac . Unpacking and Checking Carton Contents Remove entire contents of carton . Check each item against the Carton Contents List . Notify your Sears Store immediately if any parts are damaged or missing . Carton Contents List Key Description Qty . A Vac Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 B Pos - I - Lock Hose Assembly . . . . 1 C Utility Nozzle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 D Wet Nozzle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 E Car Nozzle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 F * Filter Nut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 G * Filter Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 H * Filter ( Red Stripe ) . . . . . . . . . . . 1 J * Filter Cage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 K * Float . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 L Extension Wands . . . . . . . . . . . 2 M Caster Foot W / Storage . . . . . . . 4 N Caster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 P Owners Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 * These items may come preassembled . If they are not present in the carton check the vac power head to see if they are pre - assembled .
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Replacement Filter Assembly , _ WARNING : To avoid personal , A WARNING : For your own safety , never connect plug to power source injury or damage to vac be sure to outlet until all assembly steps are keep hands , fingers , or any other for - complete and you have read and eign objects out of the center opening understood the safety and operation when assembling the float . instructions . Do not operate vac with any parts damaged or missing . NOTE : If filter cage needs to be removed , or replaced , use a flat blade screwdriver 1 . Carefully slide the filter over the filter and insert the blade near one of the tabs cage , sliding it over the center ring cov - between the filter cage and the center ering the 3 slots until the filter stops ring of the lid . Pry the tab out of the slot . against the lid . Tilt the cage and lift away from the lid . Replace in the following manor : 2 . Place the hole in the filter plate over threaded stud of the filter cage . 5 . Place the float over the opening in the center of the lid with the words " This 3 . Gently push on the filter plate to seat Side Towards Lid " laying face down the rubber ring of the filter inside the over the hole . circular channel of the filter plate . 6 . Line up filter cage tabs with slots in the 4 . Place filter nut onto threaded stud and center ring of the lid . tighten it down . Finger tighten only . 7 . Push on the filter cage until the tabs NOTE : Lever of filter nut should be away snap into slots for a secure fit . from plate as shown . IMPORTANT : Do not overtighten as this may deform or crack the filter plate , filter cage , or filter . Filter Cage - - . _ _ NOTE : Your filter has a red stripe that matches an in - store displayer . When you visit your local Sears store , just remem - Solid End _ . _ . Assembly ber the color of your stripe for the correct size filter . Filter Nut Lever Plate _ Filter Cage Slots ( 3 ) Stripe Tabsl3 _ Slots ( 3 ) ided Stud Cage
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Caster / Caster Foot Assembly 1 . Remove the power assembly from the dust drum and set aside . 2 . Turn the dust drum upside down on the floor . 3 . Insert the caster feet into the bottom of Stem drum , as shown ( 4 places ) . Ball 4 . Push on the caster foot until the foot is flush with bottom of the dust drum . 5 . Insert the caster stem into the socket of the caster foot , as shown ( 4 places ) . Foot 6 . Push on the caster until the ball on the caster stem is inserted all the way into the socket . You will hear the ball snap into the socket and the caster will swiv - el easily when positioning is correct . 7 . Turn the drum upright . / Drum / / Wet / Dry Vac Assembly 1 , Line up front ( label and switch side ) of 4 . Upon releasing flexible latches , the power assembly with drain cap and vac power assembly will attach to the drum . port located on the front of the drum . 5 . To remove the power assembly , lift up on the flexible latches and remove from Note : Power assembly must be aligned drum . with drum for proper attachment . 2 , Place power assembly on top of drum . 3 , Be sure power assembly completely covers the top of the drum so leakage does not occur . Power Assembly Vacuum Port Flexible Latch Drain
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Wet / Dry Vac Assembly ( continued ) Cord Wrap Press ; e and The wet / dry vac has a convenient cord Pull wrap area designed on the rear of the vac . Simply , wrap the power cord around the push / pull handle and cord wrap , then snap the connector on the plug to a wrap / of the cord . The cord is now wrapped for storage . \ _ . Push / Pull Handle Blowing On - Offh Switc Vaccum . . . / Port Release _ - _ _ z : _ _ Push / Button Handle - _ Pull Swivel End / \ Cord Drum Wrap Handle Insert Hose Insert the hose locking end of the " Pos - I - Drum Lock " hose into the inlet of the vac . The Drain Utility Nozzle hose should snap into place . To remove the hose from the vac , press the release button in the hose assembly and pull the hose out of the vac inlet , as shown . Accessory and Hose Storage Your accessories may be stored in the ping it around the unit and plugging the caster feet or in the storage locations on open end into one of the storage Ioca - the lid . The hose may be stored by wrap - tions on the caster feet . / Hose Power j Accessories Assembly ' ) Storage i Location / Open Of Hose Push Button End Of Hose
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Operation Ak WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or explosion , do not operate this vac in areas with flamma - ble gases , vapors or explosive dust in the air . Flammable gases or vapors include but are not limited to ; lighter fluid , solvent type cleaners , oil - base paints , gasoline , alcohol or aerosol sprays . Explosive dusts include but are not limited to ; coal , mag - nesium , aluminum , grain or gun powder . Do not vacuum explosive dust , flammable or combustible liquids or hot ashes . Do not use this vac as a sprayer . To reduce the risk of health hazards from vapors or dusts , do not vacuum toxic materials . Vacuuming Dry Materials , _ k WARNING : Always wear safety eyewear complying with ANSI Z87 . 1 1 . The filter must always be in correct ( or in Canada , CSA Z94 . 3 ) before position to reduce the risk of leaks and starting operation . Safety eyewear are possible damage to vac . available at many local retail stores . 2 . When using your vac to pick up very The operation of any utility vac can fine dust , it will be necessary for you to result in foreign objects being blown empty the drum and clean the filter at into the eyes , which can result in more frequent intervals to maintain severe eye damage . peak vac performance . NOTE : A dry filter is necessary to pick up , _ k CAUTION : To reduce risk of hear - dry material . If you use your vac to pick ing damage , wear ear protectors when up dust when the filter is wet , the filter will using the vac for extended hours or clog quickly and be very difficult to clean . when using it in a noisy area . 3 . If your filter is wet but you need to use the vac to pick up dry material , you can To reduce the risk of electric shock , this quickly dry the filter by running the vac appliance has a polarized plug ( one blade without hose attached for about is wider than the other ) . This plug will fit 10 minutes . The clean air rushing in a polarized outlet only one way . If the through the vac will help dry the filter . plug does not fit fully in the outlet , reverse The optional Craftsman HEPA Rated the plug . If it still does not fit , contact a Material Filter , stock number 9 - 17912 will qualified electrician to install the proper do a better job stopping very fine parti - outlet . Do not change the plug in any way . cles than the 9 - 17816 filter . After you plug the power cord into the outlet , turn the unit on by pushing the Vacuuming Liquids switch from position " O " to position " 1 " . The symbols used on the switch actuator are international " On & Off " symbols . " O " cage or float . It is there to shut off air - is the symbol for " OFF " and " 1 " is the _ flowCwAhUeTnIOtNhe : dDruomnoits rfeumll oovfeliqtuhiedsf . ilter symbol for " ON " . 1 . When picking up small amounts of liq - uid the filter may be left in place . = OFF I = ON 2 . When picking up large amounts of liq - uid we recommend that the filter be , _ WARNING : To reduce the risk of removed . If the filter is not removed , it fire or electric shock , do not run vac will become saturated and misting may unattended . appear in the exhaust .
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Operation ( continued ) 3 . After using the vac to pick up liquids , Moving the Wet / Dry Vac the filter must be dried to reduce the Should it become necessary to pick the risk of possible mildew and damage to vac up to move it , the handle on the sides the filter . of the dust drum are used to lift . To 4 . When the liquid in the drum reaches a maneuver the vac , the push / pull handle in predetermined level , the float mecha - the rear of the unit should be used . nism will rise automatically to cut off Blowing Feature air - flow . When this happens , turn off Your vac features a blowing port . It can the vac , unplug the power cord , and blow sawdust and other debris . Follow the empty the drum . You will know that the float has risen because vac airflow steps below to use your vac as a blower . ceases and the motor noise will 1 . Locate blowing port of your vac . become higher in pitch , due to Ak WARNING : Always wear safety increased motor speed . eyewear complying with ANSI Z87 . 1 IMPORTANT : To reduce the risk of dam - ( or in Canada , CSA Z94 . 3 ) before age to the vac do not run motor with float using as a blower . in raised position . WARNING : To reduce the risk of Emptying the Drum injury to bystanders , keep them clear of blowing debris . , _ , WARNING : To reduce the risk of injury from accidental starting , unplug , _ CAUTION : Wear a dust mask if power cord before emptying the drum . blowing creates dust which might be inhaled . 1 . The vac comes equipped with a drain for easy emptying of liquids . Simply , _ CAUTION : To reduce the risk of unscrew the drain cap and lift the hearing damage , wear ear protectors opposite side slightly to empty the when using the vac / blower for extend - drum . ed hours or when using it in a noisy 2 . Another option is to remove the power area . assembly . 2 . Insert the locking end of the " Pos - I - 3 . Lay power assembly aside on a clean Lock " hose into the blowing port of the area while emptying drum . vac . The hose should snap into place . 4 . Dump the drum contents into the prop - To remove the hose from the vac , press er waste disposal container . the release button in the hose assem - bly and pull the hose out of the vac , _ WARNING : To reduce the risk of inlet . back injury or falls , do not lift a vac heavy with liquid or debris . Scoop or 3 . ( Optional ) Attach extension wand to drain enough contents out to make the opposite end of hose , then place the vac light enough to lift comfortably . 10
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car nozzle on the wand . Push / Pull Handle \ 4 . Turn vac on and you are ready to use Hose End \ your vac as a blower . Slowing Port Craftsman recommended accessories are available at Sears retail stores . The Sears Blower Nozzle Stock No . 9 - 16933 is rec - ommended for blowing debris . _ Drum Handle Swivel End Of Hose Extension Wand ( Optional ) Car Nozzle ( Optional ) 11
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Maintenance To remove the filter for cleaning or Filter replacement , unscrew the filter nut from , _ WARNING : To reduce the risk of the filter cage , remove filter plate and lift off filter . injury from accidental starting , unplug power cord before changing or clean - IMPORTANT : To reduce the risk of dam - ing filter . WARNING : Do not remove the fil - NOTE : This filter is made of high quality ter cage . it is there to help prevent your paper designed to stop very small parti - fingers from getting into the blower cles of dust . The filter can be used for wet wheel . or dry pick up . Handle the filter carefully age to the blower wheel and motor , when removing to clean or installing it . always reinstall the filter before using the Creases in the filter pleats may occur vac for dry material pickup . from installation but creases will not affect the performance of the filter . Cleaning A Dry Filter Some removal of dry debris can be Filter Cleaning accomplished without removing the filter Your filter should be cleaned often to from the vac . Slap your hand on top of maintain peak vac performance . the power assembly while the vac is turned off . Be sure to dry the filter before storing or picking up dry debris . For best cleaning results due to accumu - lated dust , clean the filter in an open IMPORTANT : After cleaning , check the area . Cleaning SHOULD be done out - : ilter for tears or small holes . Do not use a doors and not in the living quarters . : ilter with holes or tears in it . Even a small qole can cause a lot of dust to come out After filter removal from vac , remove the dry debris by gently tapping the filter 3f your vac . Replace it immediately . against the inside wall of your dust drum . Filter Removal The debris will loosen and fall . For thorough cleaning of dry filter with fine dust ( no debris ) , run water through it as described under " Cleaning A Wet Filter " .
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1 . Pour 1 gallon of water and 1 teaspoon Cleaning A Wet Filter chlorine bleach into the drum . After filter is removed , run water through 2 . Let solution stand for 20 minutes , care - the filter from a hose or spigot . Take care fully swishing every few minutes , mak - that water pressure from the hose is not ing sure to wet all inside surfaces of strong enough to damage filter . the drum . Remember : To dry a filter quickly , reinstall the filter on the vac and allow the unit to 3 . Empty drum after 20 minutes . Rinse run for approximately 10 minutes . The with water until bleach smell is gone . clean air rushing through the filter will Allow drum to dry completely before dry it . sealing the motor on the drum . Casters Installation If your casters are noisy , you may put a Refer to " Replacement Filter Assembly " drop of oil on the roller shaft to make them Section of this manual . quieter . Allow the filter to dry before storing the vac . Storage Before storing your vac , the drum should Cleaning and Disinfecting the be emptied and cleaned . The cord should Wet / Dry Vac be wrapped around the unit and the hose To keep your Wet ! Dry Vac looking its should be stored as described in this best , clean the outside with a cloth damp - manual . Accessories should be kept in the ened with warm water and mild soap . same area as the vac so they can be To clean the drum : readily available . The vac should be stored indoors . 1 . Dump debris out . 2 . Wash drum thoroughly with warm water and mild soap . , _ & WARNING : To assure product 3 . Wipe out with dry cloth . SAFETY and RELIABILITY , repairs and adjustment should be performed Before prolonged storage or as needed by Authorized Sears Service Centers , ( i . e . , waste water pick up ) the drum always using Sears replacement parts . should be disinfected . To disinfect the drum : 13
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Repair Parts 12 Gallon Wet / Dry Vac OR 16 Gallon Wet / Dry Vac Model No . 113.177650 Model No . 113.177611 Always order by Part Number = Not by Key Number A WARNING SERViCiNG OF DOUBLE = INSULATED WET / DRY VAC In a double - insulated Wet / Dry Vac , two systems of insulation are provided instead of grounding . No grounding means is provided on a double - insulated appliance , nor should a means for grounding be added . Servicing a double - insulated Wet / Dry Vac requires extreme care and knowledge of the system , and should be done only by qualified service personnel . Replacement parts for a double - insulated Wet / Dry Vac must be identical to the parts they replace . Your double - insulated Wet / Dry Vac is marked with the words " DOUBLE INSULATED " and the symbol [ - _ - ] ( square within a square ) may also be marked on the appliance . To reduce the risk of injury from electrical shock , unplug power cord before servic - ing the electrical parts of the Wet / Dry Vac . 16 Gallon Key 12 Gallon 1 828952 828952 Actuator , Switch 2 813213 813213 Switch , Toggle 3 829971 - 12 829971 - 13 Cover w / Labels 4 830275 830275 Duct , Exhaust 5 829693 829693 - 1 Motor ( Includes Key No's . 11 , thru 14 ) 6 819260 - 13 819260 - 13 Lead Assembly 7 829718 - 5 829718 - 5 Cord w / Terminals 8 509819 509819 Lid Assembly 9 820563 - 4 820563 - 4 * Screw , Pan Hd . Ty . " AB " 10 x 3 / 4 Ser . 10 818961 818961 Spacer 11 818413 - 2 818413 - 2 Blower Wheel 12 315534 - 1 315534 - 1 Washer 13 826817 826817 Nut , Hex Flange 5 / 16 - 18 14 820563 - 5 820563 - 5 * Screw , Pan Hd . Ty . " AB " 10 x 1 - 1 / 4 Ser . 15 829692 - 1 829692 - 1 Collector 16 823200 823200 Float ( Includes Key No . 17 ) 17 823201 823201 Filter Cage 18 9 - 17816 9 - 17816 1 Filter ( Red Stripe ) 19 9 - 16937 9 - 16937 1 " Filter Plate 20 9 - 16938 9 - 16938 1 " Filter Nut 21 829971 - 15 829971 - 14 Drum ( Includes Key No . 22 ) 22 73185 73185 Cap , Drain 23 828460 828460 Foot , Caster w / Storage 24 29776 29776 Caster 25 9 - 16922 9 - 16922 1 " Utility Nozzle 26 9 - 16978 9 - 16978 1 " Car Nozzle 27 9 - 17817 9 - 17817 1 " Wet Nozzle 28 822256 822256 Squeegee 29 9 - 17854 9 - 17854 1 " Extension , Wands 30 9 - 16928 9 - 16928 1 " Pos - I - Lock Hose 31 SP6579 SP6579 Owner's Manual ( Not Illustrated ) 1 - Stock Item - May Be Secured Through The Hardware Department Of Most Sears Retail Stores * Standard Hardware Item - May Be Purchased Locally . 1
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Repair Parts 12 Gallon Wet / Dry Vac OR 16 Gallon Wet / Dry Vac IViodel No . 113.177650 IViodel No . 113.177611 16 2 J 28 \ 15
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Notes 16
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I Indice Articulo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P ; _ gina Articulo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P ; _ gina [ ndice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 RecogidadeIiquidos conla aspiradora . . . 25 Garantia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Vaciadodel tambor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Instruccionesdeseguridad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Transportede la aspiradora . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Introducci6n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Dispositivodesoplado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Mantenimiento . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Desempaquetadoy comprobaci6n Filtro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 del contenidodela caja decart6n . . . . . . . 21 Listadel contenidode la cajade cart6n . . . 21 Limpiezadel filtro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Remoci6ndel filtro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Ensamblajedel filtro de repuesto . . . . . . . . . . 22 Ensamblajedelas ruedecillas / patas Limpiezade unfiltro seco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 pararuedecilla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Limpiezade unfiltro mojado . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Instalaci6n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Ensamblajedela aspiradora paramojado / seco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Limpiezay desinfecci6nde Almacenamientode los accesorios la aspiradoraparamojado / seco . . . . . . . . 29 Ruedecillas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 y la manguera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Funcionamiento . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Almacenamiento . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Recogidadematerialessecos Piezasde repuesto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 con la aspiradora . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Gamntia f r GarantiacornpletaCraftsmande an SiesteproductCora _ manfalladebidoa undefectodemateriaol defabricaci6ndentrodelplazodeun anoapadirdelafechadecompra , devu _ lvaalocualquietriendaSears , Cen _ odeServicioSearsu ob'o puntodeventaCraftsmanparaqueseareparadogratuitament ( eoreemplazadosilareparaci6nresul - ta imposiNe ) . Estagarantiaseaplicasolamentdeurante90diasa partirdelafechadecompra , si esteproductsoe utilizaalgunavezparafinescomersialesodealquiler . Estagarantianoincluyelasbolsasnilosfiltrosq , uesonpiezasperecederaqsuesepuedendesgastar potcausadelusonormadlentrodelperiododegarantia . Estagarantiale confierea ustedderecholsegalesespecificosy es posiblequeustedtongatambi _ n otrosderechoqsuevariandeunestadoaotto . Sears RoebuckandCo . HoffmanEstatesIL60179 18
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INSTRUCCiONEDSESEGURiDADIMPORTANTES Laseguridades unacombinaci6ndesentido , No useni almacenelaaspiradoracercade com [ in , permanecear lertay saberc6mofunciona materialespeligrosos . laaspiradoraparamojado / seco ( " la aspiradora " ) . , Parareducirel riesgodedescargasel6ctricas , noexpongalaaspiradoraa la Iluvianidejeque Palabrasdesepal de seguridad entrenliquidosenel compartimientodel motor . _ , PELIGROi : ndicaunasituaci6ninminentemente Guardelaaspiradoraen unlugarinterior . peligrosaque , si no seevita , causardla muerteo , Nopermitaquela aspiradorase utilicecomo un lesionesgraves juguete . Senecesitaprestarm _ ximaatenci6n cuandoseautilizadapor nifios o cercade6stos . ADVERTENCIAin : dicaunasituaci6npotencial - , No useestaaspiradoraconunfiltro desgarrado mentepeligrosaque , si noseevita , podriacausar o si notieneelfiltro instalado , exceptocuando la muerteo lesionesgraves recojaliquidosdela maneraquese describeen _ 1 _ PRECAUOIONin : dicaunasituaci6npotencial - lasecci6n " Funcionamiento " deestemanual . mentepeligrosaque , si noseevita , pudiera causar Losresiduossecosabsorbidospor el impulsor lesionesleveso moderadas . podriandafiarel motor o serexpulsadosde vueltaal aire . Cuandoutilicelaaspiradorasigasiemprelas precaucionesb _ , sicasdeseguridad , incluyendolas = ADVERTENCIAE : lcord6ndeenergiadeeste siguientes . productocontieneplomo , unasustanciaqdmica quesegLinlos conocimientosdel estadode Californiacausadefectosdenacimientou otros dafiosa la reproducci6n . L _ veselas manes Parareducirel riesgode incendio , sacudidas el _ ctricas o lesiones : despu # sde manejarel product & = Noabandonelaaspiradoracuandoest _ , Leay entiendaestemanualdel usuarioy todas enchufada . DesencNifeladeltomacorriente lasetiquetasqueestbn , colocadasenla cuandonola est _ utilizandoy antesderealizar aspiradoraparamojado / secoantesdeutilizarla . serviciode revisi6n . , Utilicelaaspiradora [ inicamentedelamanera = Apaguelaaspiradoraantesdedesenchufarla . quese describeenestemanual . , Parareducirel riesgodelesionesdebidasa un , Nodejelaaspiradoraen marchamientrasest _ arranqueaccidentald , esenchufeel cord6nde desatendida . energiaantesdecambiaro limpiarel filtro . , Laschispasquese producenenelinterior del , Nodesenchufelaaspiradoratirandodel cord6n . motor puedenincendiarlosvaporesinflamables Paradesenchufarlaa , garreel enchufey noel o el polvo . Parareducirel riesgodeincendioo cord6n . explosi6n : No recojaconla aspiradoraliquidoso , No usela aspiradoraconel cord6ndafiado , el gasesinflamableso combustibles , o polvos enchufedafiadou otras piezasdafiadas . Si la explosivoscomo gasolinau otros combustibles , aspiradoranofuncionacomodebe , lefaltan liquidoencendedorl , impiadores , pinturasa base piezas , se hacaido , hasido dafiada , se ha deaceite , gasnatural , hidr6geno , polvode dejadoa la intemperieo sehacaidoal agua , carb6n , polvode magnesio , polvodealuminio , devu61valaaunCentrodeServicioSears . polvodegranosdecerealo p61voran , i usela , Notire delaaspiradorausandoelcord6nni la aspiradoracercadeestosmateriales . Ilevepor el cord6n , ni useel cord6ncomoasa , = No recojaconla aspiradoranadaqueest _ ni cierreunapuertasobreel cord6n , ni tire del ardiendoo humeando , como cigarrillos , f6sforos cord6nalrededordebordeso esquinasafilados . o cenizascalientes . Nopaselaaspiradoraen marchasobreel . No recojaconla aspiradorapolvodepanelde cord6n . Mantengael cord6nalejadodelas yesoni hollin fifo o cenizafrfadechimeneacon superficiescalientes . unfiltro estbn , dar . Estematerialesun polvomuy , No manejeelenchufe , el interruptoro la fino quepuedeserexpulsadodevueltaalaire . aspiradoracon lasmanosmojadas . Utiliceunfiltro parapolvofinoenlugar deun , Noponganing [ inobjetoen lasaberturasde filtro est _ . ndar . ventilaci6n . Norecojanadaconlaaspiradora . Parareducirel riesgodequese produzcan cuandocualquieradelasaberturasdeventi - peligrosparalasaludcausadospor vaporeso laci6nest _ bloqueada ; mantengadichasaber - polvo , no recojaconla aspiradoramateriales turas libresdepolvo , pelusa , peloo cualquier t6xicos . cosaquepuedareducirel flujo deaire . 19
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contactoconliquido . Paramantenerlap6rdida . Manteneglpaelola , rophaolgadloasd , edoys todalasspartedsecl uerpaolejaddoelsasaber - al minimo , utilicelatablaqueaparecea conti - nuaci6nparaseleccionarel cord6ndeextensi6n turaysdelaspiezmas6viles . coneltamaiio decableminimo . . Parraeduecilrriesgdoecaidates , ngcauidado adicioanlaliml pieanrescaleras . . Parraeduecilrriesgdoelesiondeesespaloda Longitad del ¢ ord6n Calibre del cable caidanso , levanutneaaspiradqouraepese de extensi6n ( A . W . G . ) muchdoebidaoquecontielinqeuidooresiduos . 0 - 50 pies 14 Saqupeartdeecl ontendideloaaspiradoora 50 - 100 pies 12 dr _ neplaarcialmpeanrthaeaceqruseeaIo suficientemliveianntceaompoarpaoder , d _ PRECAUCION : levantacr6lamodamente . . Parareducirel riesgo dedaiiosa laaudici6n , . Parraeduecilrriesgdoelesionceosrporaoles useprotectoresdeddos cuandoutilice la da _ oaslaaspiraduotriali , c [ ienicamente aspiradoradurantemuchashorasseguidaso accesoriosCraftsmanrecomendados . cuandola empleeen un _ . rearuidosa . . Cuandoutilicela aspiradoracomosoplador : . Paraoperacionesquegeneranpolvo , useuna Dirija la descargadeaire solamentehaciael m _ . scaraantipolvo . _ . readetrabajo . Nodirijaelaire hacialaspersonasqueest _ n NOTA : Lasdescargasde est ; _ ticasoncomunesen _ . reassecaso cuandola humedadrelativadelaire presentes . Mantengaalejadosa los ni _ osdurantela es baja . Si recogeresiduosfinos conlaaspiradora , operaci6ndesoplado . se puededepositarcargaest _ . ticaenla manguerao Noutiliceel sopladorparatrabajosqueno enlaaspiradora . Elmejorremedioparareducirla seansoplarsuciedady residuos . frecuenciadelas descargasdeest _ . ticaensu casa Nouselaaspiradoracomorociador . o cuandouseestaaspiradoraes aiiadirhumedadal aireconun humidificador . Useprotecci6noculardeseguridad . . Parareducirel riesgodelesionesenlos ojos , Sigalassiguientesadvertenciasqueaparecenen la useprotecci6noculardeseguridad . Lautilizaci6n cajadel motorde laaspiradora . decualquieraspiradorautilitariao soplador utilitariopuedehacerquesesoplenobjetos extraiioshacialos ojos , Io cualpuedecausar CONEXIONA TIERRA . ' _ ISLAMIENTODOBLE . NO SEREQUIERE daiiosgravesenlosojos . CUANDOHAGASERVICIO DE REVISIONDE . Estaaspiradoraparamojado / secotiene LA ASPIRADORA , UTILICE UNICAMENTEPIEZAS DE aislamientodone , Io cualeliminalanecesidad REPUESTOIDENTICAS . deunsistemaindependientedeconexi6na tierra . Utilice [ inicamentepiezasderepuesto id6nticas . Lealas instruccionesdeserviciode , _ ABVERTENCIAP : arasu propiaseguridad , revisi6ndelasaspiradorasparamojado / seco leay entiendael manualdel operador . Notenga conaislamientodone antesderealizardicho enmarchala aspiradoradesatendida . Norecoja servicio . cenizascalientes , carb6ncaliente , materiales t6xicosni inflamablesni otros materiales . Utilice [ inicamentceordonesdeextensi6nque peligrosos . No usela aspiradoraalrededorde tengancapacidadnominalparausoa la intemperie . Loscordonesdeextensi6nque liquidoso vaporesexplosivos est6nen malascondicioneso cuyotamaiio de alambreseademasiadopeque _ opueden AI ) VERTENCIAP : arareducirel riesgo desacu - conllevarpeligrosdeincendioy sacudidas didasel _ ctricas , no expongala aspiradoraa la el6ctricas . Parareducirel riesgodeestos Iluvia y gu _ . rdelaeninteriores . peligroscuandoutiliceun cord6ndeextensi6n , aseg [ iresedequeel cord6nest _ enbuenas condicionesy dequela conexi6nnoentreen GUARDEESTEMANUAL i 20
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/ ntroducci6n Estaaspiradoraparamojado / secoest , . disei _ ada Leaestemanualdel operadorparafamiliarizarse solamenteparausodom _ stico . Sepuedeutilizar conlascaracteristicasdelproductoy paraentender pararecogermaterialesmojadoso secosy se la utilizaci6nespecificadesu nuevaaspiradora . puedeusarcomo soplador . Desempaquetadoy comprobaci6ndel contenido de la caja de cart6n Saque todo el contenido de la caja de cart6n . Aseg [ irese de que no falte ning [ in articulo utilizando la lista del contenido de la caja . Notifique inmediatamente a la tienda Sears m _ . s cercana si alguna pieza est , . daiiada o falta . Lista de / contenido de la caja de cart6n Clave Descripci6n Cant . A Ensamblajedela aspiradora . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 B Ensamblajedela mangueraPos - I - Lock . . . 1 C Boquilla utilitaria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 D Boquillapara mojado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 E Boquillaparaauto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 F * Tuercadel filtro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 G * Placadel filtro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 H * Filtro ( rayaroja ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 J * Jauladel filtro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 K * Flotador . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 L Tubosextensores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 M Pie deruedecillacon _ . reade almacenamiento . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 N Ruedecilla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 P Manualdel usuario . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 * Estosarticulos puedenvenir preensamblados . Si no estb . npresentesen la cajade cartdn , compruebeel cabezaldel motor de la aspiradoraparavet si est _ . npreensamblados . 21
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uesto Ensamblaje de / filtro de re | AI ) VERTENCIAP : araevitarlesiones ] , _ ADVERTENCIAP : arasu propiaseguridad , i no conectenuncael enchufea untomacorriente corporaleso daiiosa la aspiradora , asegOresede ] dela fuentedeenergiahastaque sehayan mantenerlas manos , los dedoso cualquierotro ] completadotodos los pasosdeensamblajey objetoextra _ ofueradela aberturacentral ] ustedhayaleidoy entendidolasinstruccionesde cuandoensambleel soplador . J seguridady funcionamiento . Noutilice la NOTA : Sies necesarioquitaro reemplazalrajaula aspiradorasi algunapiezaest , . daiiadao falta . del filtro utiliceundestornilladordehojaplanae 1 . Deslicecuidadosamenteel filtro sobre lajaula introduzcalahojacercadeunadelaslengfJetas del filtro , deslizbn , dolo sobreel anillo central entrela jauladel filtro y elanillo centraldelatapa . Hagapalancaenla leng ( Jetaparasacarladela que cubrelas3 ranurashastaque el filtro se ranura . Inclinelajaulay levbn , telahastasepararla detengacontrala tapa . delatapa . Reempl _ , celdaelamanerasiguente : 2 . Coloqueel agujeroubicadoen laplacadelfiltro 5 . Coloqueel flotador sobrela abertura ubicada sobreelesp _ . rragoroscadodela jauladel filtro . enel centro dela tapa conlas palabras " This 3 . Empujesuavementesobre la placadel filtro SideTowards Lid " ( Esteladohaciala tapa ) paraasentarel anillo degoma del filtro dentro orientadashaciaabajosobreel agujero . del canalcircular dela placadel filtro . 6 . Alineelasleng ( Jetasdela jauladel filtro con 4 . Coloquelatuerca del filtro enel esp _ . rrago las ranurasdel anillo centraldela tapa . roscadoy apri6telahaciaabajo . Apri6tela solamenteconlos dedos . 7 . Empujesobre lajaula del filtro hastaque las lengOetasse acoplena presi6nen las ranuras NOTA : Lapalancadelatuercadel filtro debeestar paraIograrun encajeseguro . siemprealejadadelaplaca , dela maneraquese muestraenlailustraci6n . IMPORTANTEN : oaprieteexcesivamentelatuerca , ya queesto podrfa deformaro agrietarla placa del filtro , lajauladel filtro o el filtro mismo . NO ] A : Elfiltro tieneunarayarojaquecoincidecon unexhibidorubicadoenel puntodeventadela Ensamblaje tienda . Cuandovisite unatiendalocal deSears , del motor simplementerecuerdeel colordela rayadesu filtro paraobtenerelfiltro detamaiio correcto . Ranuras ( 3 ) LengUetas ( 3 ) Ranura $ ( 3 ) roscado Jaula del filtro 22
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Ensamb / ajede las ruedecillas / pataspareruedecilla - - 1 . Quiteel ensamblajedel motor deltamborpara polvoy p6ngaloa unlado . 2 . Pongaeltamborparapolvoenposici6n invertidasobreel piso . 3 . Introduzclaaspataspararuedecillaenla partein - V ; _ stagede la ruedecilla feriordeltambor , tal comosemuestra ( 4lugares ) . 4 . EjerzapresiOnsobrela patapararuedecillahasta quela pataest6al rasconlaparteinferiordel tamborparapolvo . 5 . Introduzcael vbs , tagodela ruedecillaenel recept _ . culdoe lapatapararuedecillat , al como se muestra ( 4lugares ) . 6 . EjerzapresiOnsobrela ruedecillahastaquela boladelv6 . stagodela ruedecillase introduzca deltodo enel receptbc , ulo . Sepodr _ , oir comola bolaencajaenel recept _ . culoconunchasquido y la ruedecillaoscilar _ f , 6 , cilmentecuandoel posicionamientoseacorrecto . 7 . Pongaeltamborenposici6nvertical . Ensamblajede la aspiradom 1 . Alineela partedelantera ( lado de laetiquetay 3 . Aseg [ iresedeque elensamblajedel motor el interruptor ) del ensamblajedel motor con la cubracompletamentela partesuperiordel tapadel drenajey el orificio deaspiraci6n tambor , paraquenose produzcanfugas . ubicadosen la partedelanteradel tambor . 4 . Despu _ sdesoltar los pestillosflexibles , el Nora : Elensamblajedel motor debeestar alineado ensamblajedel motor se acoplar _ a , l tambor . conel tamborparaIograrunasujeci6napropiada . 5 . Paraquitar el ensamblajedel motor , levante los pestillosflexiblesy quite dicho ensamblaje 2 . Coloqueel ensamblajedel motor sobrelaparte del tambor . superiordel tambor . delmotor Orilicio de aspiraci6n Pestille flexible Brenaje 23
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Ensamb / ajede la aspiradom ( continuaci6n ) EnroJJadordeJ cord6n Bet6 . de Optima el bot6n Laaspiradoraparamojado / secotieneunaconve - liheracibnYtiredela niente _ . readeenrolladordel cord6ndise _ adaensu partetrasera . Simplementeenrolleel cord6nde energiaalrededordelasadeempuje ! tracci6nydel enrolladordelcord6n , y luegoacoplea presi6nel conectorubicadoenel enchufea unavueltadel cord6n . Unavezhechoesto , el cord6nestar _ . enrolladoparaalmacenamiento . Asa de empuje / tracci6n seplade jencendide y apagado 1 Orificio de _ lnterrupterOiificdioe de aspiraci6n I Asa de BorOnde empuje / liberaci6n tracci6n Extreme \ Enrellader giraterio del cerdbn tambor Introduzca la manguera Introduzcael extremedefijaci6ndela manguera Tambor " Pos - J - Lock " enlaentradadelaaspiradora . La pelve mangueradeberiaacoplarsea presi6nensu sitio . Drenaje Bequilla utilitaria Parasacarla mangueradelaaspiradora , aoptimael bot6ndeliberaci6nubicadoenelensamblajedel mangueraytire dela manguerahastasacarladela entradadela aspiradora , dela maneraquese muestraenlailustraci6n . Almacenamiento de los accesofios y la manguem Losaccesoriosse puedenalmacenarenlos pies acoplandoelextremeabiertoen unadelas deruedecillao enlas ubicacionesdealmacena - ubicacionesdealmacenamientosituadasenlos mientosituadasenla tapa . La manguerase puede pies deruedecilla . almacenarenroll _ . ndolaalrededordela unidady / Manguera Accesorios Ensamblaje tor \ almacenamiento / Extreme de la manguera Extremedela manguera canpulsader 24
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Funcionamiento , _ ADVERTENCiA Parareducirel riesgo deincendioso explosi6n , no hagafuncionarestaaspiradoraen 6 , reasenlas que hayagasesinflamables , o vaporesinflamableso polvo explosivoenel aire . Entrelos gasesy vaporesinflamablesse incluye , perosin limitarse a ellos , liquidos deencendedor , limpiadoresa base dedisolventes , pinturasa basede aceite , gasolina , alcohol o rociadoresaerosoles . Entrelos polvos explosivosse incluye , perosin limitarse a ellos , el carb6n , magnesio , aluminio , polvo de granoso ) 61vora.Norecoja con laaspiradorapolvo explosivo , liquidos inflamableso combustibles , ni cenizas calientes . No useestaaspiradoracomo rociador . A fin de reducirlos peligrosparala saluddebidosa vaporeso polvos , no recojacon la aspiradoramaterialest6xicos . Recogida de rnateriales secos AI ) VERTENCIAU : sesiempreprotectores con la aspiradora ocularesdeseguridadquecumplanconla norma 1 . Elfiltro debeestarsiempreenla posici6n ANSIZ87 . 1 ( oenCanada . c , onla normaCSA correctaparareducirel riesgodefugasy Z94 . 3 ) antesdecomenzarlaoperaci6n . Los posiblesdaiiosa laaspiradora . ) rotectoresocularesdeseguridadse pueden 2 . Cuandoutilicela aspiradorapararecogerpolvo obtenerenmuchastiendasminoristaslocales . muyfino , serb , necesarioqueustedvacieel Elfuncionamientodecualquieraspiradoradeuso tambory limpie el filtro a intervalosm _ . s ] eneralpuedetenercomo resultadoquesalgan frecuentesparamantenerel m _ . ximo proyectadoshacialos ojosobjetosextraiios , Io rendimientodelaaspiradora . cualpuedeproducirdaiiosgravesenlos ojos . NOT # , S : enecesitaunfiltro paramedicssecospara recogermaterialseco . Si utilizala aspiradorapara PRECAUCIONP : arareducirel riesgode recogerpolvocuandoel filtro est _ mojado , 6stese daiiosa la audici6n , useprotectoresdeoidos taponar _ r , _ . pidamentyeser _ . muydificil limpiarlo . al utilizarla aspiradorao durantemuchashoras 3 . Siel filtro est , . mojadoperoustednecesitausar seguidaso al emplearlaen un _ . rearuidosa . laaspiradorapararecogermaterialseco , puede secarr _ . pidamenteelfiltro haciendofuncionarla Parareducirel riesgodesacudidasel6ctricas , este aspiradorasin tenerla mangueraconectadaa aparatoelectrodom6sticotieneunenchufepola - elladuranteaproximadamente10 minutos . rizado ( unahojaes mbs , anchaquela otra ) . Este Elairelimpio queatravesarbr , _ . pidamentlea enchufeentrar _ e , n untomacorrientepolarizado aspiradoraayudarba , secarel filtro . solamentedeunamanera . Siel enchufenoentra Elfiltro opcionalCraftsmanparamaterialescon por completoenel tomacorriente , d61elavuelta . calificaci6nHEPA ( filtro deairedealtaeficiencia Sisiguesin entrar , p6ngaseencontactoconun paraparticulas ) , n [ imero deexistencias9 - 17912 , electricistacompetenteparainstalareltoma - har _ . unmejortrabajoa la horadeatraparlas corrienteadecuado . No haganingtintipo de particulasmuyfinasqueel filtro 9 - 17816 . cambioenelenchufe . Despu6sdeenchufarel cord6ndeenergiaenel Recogida de liquidoscon la aspiradora tomacorriente , enciendala unidadempujandoel interruptordelaposici6n " 0 " a la posici6n " 1 " . Los simbolosutilizadosenel accionadordel interruptor el flotador . EstAnahi para cortar la circulaci6n sonlos simbolosinternacionalesde " encendidoy de aire cuando el tambor est6 Ileno de Ifquidos . apagado " . " 0 " es elsimbolo de " APAGADOy " " 1 " esel simbolode " ENCENDIDO " . 1 . Cuandorecojacantidadespequei _ asdeliquido , sepodr _ , dejar colocadoelfiltro en laaspiradora . O = APAGADO I = ENCENDIDO 2 . Cuandorecojacantidadesgrandesdeliquido , recomendamosquitarel filtro . Si nose quitael filtro , est6se saturar _ y , es posiblequeaparezca ADVERTENCIAP : arareducirel riesgode nieblaenel escape . incendioo sacudidasel6ctricas , no dejedesaten - didalaaspiradoramientrasest _ en marcha . 25
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Funcionamiento ( continuaci6n ) 3 . Despu6sdeutilizarla aspiradorapararecoger Transportede la aspiradorapara liquidos , se debesecarel filtro paraevitaruna mojado / seco posibleformaci6nde mohoy posiblesdaiiosal En casodeque seanecesariolevantarla filtro . aspiradoraparatrasladarla , las asasubicadasen 4 . Cuandoel liquidocontenidoenel tambordela los lados deltambor parapolvo se utilizanpara aspiradoraalcanceunnivelpredeterminadoe , l levantarlaaspiradora . Paramaniobrarla mecanismodeflotadorsubir # , autom _ . ticamente aspiradora , se debeusar el asadeempuje / paracortar lacirculaci6ndeaire . Cuandoesto tracci6n ubicadaen la partetraseradela unidad . ocurra , apaguelaaspiradora , desenchufeel Dispesitivede seplade cord6ndeenergiay vacieel tambor . Sabraque Laaspiradoracuentaconun orificio desoplado . elflotador hacortadolacirculaci6ndeaire Estedispositivopuedesoplar aserriny otros porquela succi6ncesarby , el ruido del motor residuos . Sigalos pasos quese indicana conti - alcanzarbu , nafrecuenciambs , altadebidoal nuaci6nparautilizarla aspiradoracomo soplador . aumentodelavelocidaddel motor . IMPORTANTEP : arareducir el riesgo de da _ arla , _ ADVERTENCIAU : sesiempreprotectores aspiradora , no hagafuncionarel motor conel ocularesdeseguridadquecumplanconla norma flotador en la posici6nsubida . ANSIZ87 . 1 ( oen0anad _ . , conla norma Vaciadedel lamber 0SAZ94.3 ) antesdeutilizarla aspiradora comosoplador . , _ ADVERTENCiAP : arareducirel riesgo de lesionesdebidasa un arranqueaccidental , A . ABVERTENCIAP : arareducirel riesgode desenchufeel cord6nde energiaantes de lesionesa las personasqueest6npresentes , vaciarel tambor . mant _ ngalasalejadasdelos residuossoplados . 1 . Laaspiradoravieneequipadaconundrenaje paravaciarlafbc , ilmentedeliquidos . ADVERTENCIAU : seunambs , caraantipolvosi Simplementedesenrosquela tapadel drenajey elsopladogenerapolvo quepodriaserinhalado . levanteligeramenteel ladoopuestoparavaciar eltambor . A PRECAUCION : Para reducir el riesgo de 2 . Otraopci6nes quitarel ensamblajedel motor . da _ os a la audici6n , use protectores de oidos 3 . Coloqueel ensamblajedel motor en un _ . rea cuando utilice la aspiradora ! soplador durante limpia mientrasvaciael tambor . muchas horas seguidas o cuando la utilice en un 4 . Tire el contenidodeltamborenel recipientede _ . rearuidosa . eliminaci6nderesiduosapropiado . ABVERTENCIAP : arareducirel riesgode 1 . Localiceel orificio desopladode laaspiradora . quese produzcanlesionesenlaespaldao 2 . Introduzcaelextremode fijaci6nde la caidas , nolevantela aspiradorasi pesadema - manguera " Pos - I - Lock " en el orificio de siadodebidoa quecontieneliquidoo residuos . sopladodela aspiradora . La mangueradeberia Saqueo hagasalir unacantidadsuficientedel acoplarsea presi6n ensu sitio . Paraquitarla contenidoparahacerque laaspiradorasea mangueradela aspiradora , oprima el bot6n de suficientementelivianacomoparapoder liberaci6nubicadoen el ensamblajede la levantarlac6modamente . mangueraytire de la manguerahastasacarla dela entradadela aspiradora . 26
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3 . ( OpcionAaclo ) pulentuboextenseoner l Asa de empuje / tracci6n extremoopuesdteolamanguyelruaego \ coloqulaeboquipllaaraautoeneltubo \ extensor . 4 . Encienladaaspiradyoerastarli _ s , topara utilizacrloamsooplador . LosaccesoCriorasftsmreacnomendsaedossars . puedceonnsegeunliarstiendmasinorisStae SerecomielanbdoaquidlleasopladSoerars , ntimedroeexisten9c - i1a693p3a , rsaoplar residuos . ( optional } Boquilla para auto ( opcional ) 27
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Mantenimiento Filtro Rernoci6n del filtro Paraquitarel filtro conel fin delimpiarlo o reemplazarloq , uitelatuercadel filtro deltornillo ubicadoenlajauladel filtro , quitela placadel filtro lesionespor causade unarranqueaccidental , y levanteel filtro . desenchufeel cord6n deenergiaantesdecam - _ ADVERTENCIAP : arareducirel riesgo de biar o limpiar elfiltro . , _ AI ) VERTENCIAN : o quitela jauladel filtro . NOTA : Estefiltro estAhecho depapelde alta jEstAahfparaayudara evitarquelos dedosdel calidaddisefiadoparadetenerparticulasdepolvo loperador entrenenla ruedadel soplador . muy pequefias . Elfiltro se puedeutilizarpara recogermaterialmojadoo seco . Manejeel filtro IMPORTANTEP : arareducirel riesgodedafiarla con cuidadocuandoIo quite paralimpiarlo o ruedadel sopladory el motor , reinstalesiempreel cuandoIo instale . Esposibleque se formen filtro antesde utilizarlaaspiradorapararecoger arrugasenlos pliegues del filtro como resultado materialseco . dela instalaci6n , perolas arrugasnoafectarAnel rendimientodel filtro . Lirnpiezade an fiitro seco SepuedeIograrunpocoderemoci6nderesiduos Limpieza dei fiitro secossin quitarelfiltro delaaspiradora . D _ una Elfiltro se debe limpiar a menudoparamantener palmadaconla manosobrela partesuperiordel un rendimiento6ptimo de laaspiradora . ensamblajedel motor mientraslaaspiradoraestA AsegQresedesecar el filtro antesde guardarla apagada . aspiradorao de recogerresiduossecos . Paraobtener6ptimos resultadosde limpieza IMPORTANTED : espu6sdelimpiar el filtro , debidoa la acumulaci6ndepolvo , limpie el filtro compruebesi 6stetiene desgarraduraso en unAreaabierta . LalimpiezaSEDEBErealizar agujerospequefios . No useun filtro quetenga al aire librey noen el interior de la vivienda . agujeroso desgarraduras . Inclusoun agujero peque _ opuedehacerque salgamuchopolvo de Despu6sde quitarel filtro dela aspiradora , saque la aspiradora . CAmbieloinmediatamente . los residuossecosgolpeandosuavementeel filtro contra lapared interior del tambor para polvo . Los residuosse soltarAny caerAn . Paraunalimpiezaa fondo delfiltro secocon polvofino ( sin residuos ) , hagapasaraguaa trav _ sdel filtro tal como se describebajo " Limpiezadeun filtro mojado " . 28
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Paradesinfectarel tambor : Lirnpiezade unfiitro rnojado 1 . Eche1 gal6n deaguay 1 cucharaditade Despu6sde quitarel filtro , haga pasaragua a blanqueadordecloro en el tambor . trav6s de61usandouna manguerao desdeuna 2 . Dejeque lasoluci6n reposedurante20 espita . Tengacuidadodeque la presi6ndel agua procedentedela mangueranoseatan fuerte minutosy ag [ telacuidadosamentecadapocos como paradaiiar el filtro . Recuerde : Parasecar minutos , asegur _ . ndosede mojartodas las superficiesinterioresdel tambor . rbp , idamenteunfiltro , reinstaleel filtro en la aspiradoray dejequela unidadfuncione durante 3 . Vacieel tambor despu6sde20 minutos . aproximadamente10 minutos . Elaire limpio que Enju _ . guelocon aguahasta queel olor a atravesar _ e , l filtro har _ . que6stese seque . blanqueadordesaparezca . Dejeque el tambor se sequecompletamenteantesdesellarel Instalaci6n motor sobre eltambor . Consultela secci6n " Ensamblajedel filtro de Ruedecillas repuesto " deestemanual . Si lasruedecillashacenruido , puedeponeruna Dejequeel filtro se sequeantes deguardar la aspiradora . gotadeaceiteenel ejedel rodilloparaque hagan menosruido . Lirnpiezay desinfecci6nde la AJrnacenarniento aspiradorapara rnojado / seco Paramantenerel mejoraspectoposible dela Antesdealmacenarlaaspiradora , se debevaciary aspiradoraparamojado / seco , limpie su exterior limpiarel tamborparapolvo . Elcord6n sedebe con unpaiio humedecidoconaguatempladay enrollaralrededordela unidady la manguerase debealmacenardela maneradescritaeneste un jab6nsuave . manual . Losaccesoriosse debenmanteneren la Paralimpiar eltambor : misma6 , reaquelaaspiradoraparaqueest6nal 1 . Vacielos residuosdel tambor . alcancedela manocuandose necesiten . La 2 . Lavea fondoel tambor conagua templaday aspiradorase debealmacenareninteriores . un jab6nsuave . 3 . Limpie el tamborcon un paiio seco . Antesde unalmacenamientoprolongadoo seg [ in , _ ADVERTENCIAP : aragarantizarla seanecesario ( por ejemplo , si se recogenaguas SEGURIDADy CONFIABILIDADdel producto , residuales ) , se debe desinfectarel tambor . las reparacionesy el ajustedebenser Irealizadospor CentrosdeServicioSears , lutilizando siempre piezasderepuestoSears . 29
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Piezasde repuesto Aspiradora para rnojado / seco De 12 galones 6 De 15 galones N _ rnerode rnodelo113 . 177650 N _ mero de rnodelo113 . 177611 Pidasiemprepotn _ merode pieza = no potn _ merode cJave , _ ADVERTENCIA SERViCIODEAJUSTESY REPARACiONDEESUNAASPiRADORCAONAiSLAMiENTODOBLE En una aspiradora para mojado / seco con aislamiento doble se proporcionan dos sistemas de aislamiento en vez de conexiOna tierra . No se proporciona ning _ n medio de conexiOna tierra en un aparato electrodom _ stico con aislamiento doble , ni se debe a _ adir a _ ste ning _ n medio de conexiOn a tierra . El servicio de ajustes y reparaciones de una aspiradora para mojado / seco con aislamiento doble requiere sumo cuidado y conocimiento del sistema , y debe set realizado _ nicamente pot personal de servicio competente . Las piezas de repuesto para la aspiradora para mojado / seco con aislamiento doble deben set id _ nticas alas piezasque reemplazan . La aspiradora para mojado / seco con aislamiento doble est , . marcada con las palabras " DOUBLEINSULATED " ( con aislamiento doble ) y puede que el simbolo [ - _ ( un cuadrado dentro de un cuadrado ) tambi _ n est _ marcado en los aparatos . Para reducirel riesgode lesiones pot causa de una descargael _ ctrica , desenchufeel cordon de energiaantesde realizarservicio de ajustesy reparacionesde las piezasel _ ctricasde laaspiradora para mojado / seco . No . de 12 gaiones 16 gaiones clave No . de pieza No . de pieza Descripci6n 1 828952 828952 Accionador del interruptor 2 813213 813213 Interruptor de palanca 3 829971 - 12 829971 - 13 Cubierta con etiquetas 4 830275 830275 Conducto de escape 5 829693 829693 - 1 Motor ( incluye los Nos . de clave 11 a 14 ) 6 819260 - 13 819260 - 13 Ensamblaje de hilos conductores 7 829718 - 5 829718 - 5 CordOncon terminales 8 509819 509819 Ensamblaje de la tapa 9 820563 - 4 820563 - 4 * Tornillo de cabeza troncocOnica de tipo " AB " 10 x 3 / 4 de cabezaserrada 10 818961 818961 Separador 11 818413 - 2 818413 - 2 Rueda del soplador 12 315534 - 1 315534 - 1 Arandela 13 826817 826817 Tuerca hexagonal con pesta _ a 5 / 16 - 18 14 820563 - 5 820563 - 5 * Tornillo de cabeza troncocOnica de tipo " AB " 10 x 1 - 1 / 4 de cabezaserrada 15 829692 - 1 829692 - 1 Colector 16 823200 823200 Flotador ( incluye el No . de clave 17 ) 17 823201 823201 Jaula del filtro 18 9 - 17816 9 - 17816 t Filtro ( raya roja ) 19 9 - 16937 9 - 16937 1 - Placa del filtro 20 9 - 16938 9 - 16938 1 - Tuerca del filtro 21 829971 - 15 829971 - 14 Tambor ( incluye el No . de clave 22 ) 22 73185 73185 Tapa del drenaje 23 828460 828460 Pie de ruedecilla con _ . reade almacenamiento 24 29776 29776 Ruedecilla 25 9 - 16922 9 - 16922 1 - Boquilla utilitaria 26 9 - 16978 9 - 16978 1 - Boquilla para auto 27 9 - 17817 9 - 17817 t Boquilla para mojado 28 822256 822256 Boquilla barredora de goma 29 9 - 17854 9 - 17854 1 - Tubos extensores 30 9 - 16928 9 - 16928 t Manguera Pos - I - Lock 31 SP6579 SP6579 Manual del usuario ( No Ilustrado ) 1 Articulode existenciasS . epuedeobteneratravOsdeldepartamentdoeferreteriadelamayoriadelastiendasminoristasSears . * Articulodeherrajesest _ ndarS . epuedecomprarIocalmente . 30
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Piezasde repuesto Aspiradorapara mojado / seco De 12 galones 6 De 18 galones N _ mero de modelo 113.177650 N _ mero de modelo 113.177611 16 2 J 28 \ 31
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