LG VACUUM CARE & CLEANING

Cleaning an Upright Vacuum Dust Tank
Cleaning an Upright Vacuum Filters
Cleaning a Canister Vacuum Dust Tank
Cleaning a Canister Vacuum Filters

Cleaning an Upright Vacuum Dust Tank

Note: Always unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet before servicing or performing maintenance on the vacuum cleaner.

As the vacuum's dust tank becomes full, the suction power of the unit is decreased and dirt pickup can become poor.

How To Empty the Dust Tank

  Press the release button at the top of the dust tank and lift it out of the vacuum cleaner.
  Open the tank and empty it into a waste container by pressing on the release as illustrated to the right.

 

Unlatch and open both the right and left side doors and remove any hair, fibers, and debris from the dust separator.

Note: While cleaning, do not remove the cones attached to the side door.

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Cleaning an Upright Vacuum Filters

It is very important to be sure that the filters are clean. A clogged pre filter or HEPA filter will impede the unit's performance.

Note: A wet filter can cause permanent damage to the vacuum cleaner. Be sure filters are completely dry before reinstalling. Never operate the vacuum cleaner with wet filters or components.

How To Clean The Pre-Filter

  Remove the dust tank from the vacuum cleaner.
  Lift up on the dust tank lid release and open the lid.

 

Lift out the foam pre filter, separate the foam filter from the filter frame.
  Shake out any excess dirt or debris and rinse the foam filter and filter frame with clean water. Allow the filter to dry in a shaded area away from sunlight.

How To Clean The HEPA Filter

  Remove the exhaust filter cover, lift out the filter by pressing the hook.
  Wash the filter clean under running water.

 

Shake away excess moisture. Allow the filter to completely dry in a shaded area away from sunlight.

Once all components have completely dried, they can be reinstalled into the vacuum and you can resume normal use of the machine.

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Cleaning a Canister Vacuum Dust Tank

Note: Always unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet before servicing or performing maintenance on the vacuum cleaner.

How To Empty the Dust Tank

  Grasp the handle of the dust tank and press the dust tank release.
  Pull out the dust dank and lift the cover off to empty the tank.

 

Wash the dust tank and cover with water Allow them to dry completely, away from direct sunlight.

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Cleaning a Canister Vacuum Filters

It is very important to be sure that the filters are clean. A clogged pre filter or HEPA filter will impede the unit's performance.

Note: A wet filter can cause permanent damage to the vacuum cleaner. Be sure filters are completely dry before reinstalling. Never operate the vacuum cleaner with wet filters or components.

How To Clean The Pre-Filter

  Grasp the handle of the canister and then push the dust separator release button to open the cover of the canister.
  Grab the handle of the dust separator and take it out.

 

Open the dust separator lid by pulling the lid cover lever and remove dirt.
  Open the foam pre filter cover by pulling the cover lever.
  Take out the foam pre filter and remove the filter frame from the dust separator.
  Shake out any excess dust or debris and rinse the foam pre filter & filter frame with clean water. Allow the components to dry completely away from direct sunlight.

How To Clean The HEPA Filter

  Remove the HEPA filter cover.
  Separate the HEPA filter by pushing the button.

 

Wash the filter thoroughly in running water.
  Shake away excess moisture. Allow the filter to completely dry in a shaded area away from sunlight.

Once all components have completely dried, they can be reinstalled into the vacuum and you can resume normal use of the machine.

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