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Learn the step-by-step process of assembling a versatile vacuum with various attachments. Discover how to effortlessly attach the short hose, long hose, and extension pole, all interchangeable for your convenience.
Easily replace the dust filter in your vacuum with a straightforward guide. Master the simple steps to remove, replace, and secure the dust filter, ensuring optimal cleaning performance.
Streamline the process of changing the back blower cover on your vacuum. Follow the intuitive steps to remove the vacuum blower filter, attach the blower cover, and seamlessly connect the short hose and blowing attachment.
The 2 in 1 Strap Vac is 30.5cm x 11.5cm x 19cm, The Vacuum can be stored in any cupboard or corner suitable to you. The dust compartment is also detachable, making it easier to fit in any storage area you deem suitable.
The total weight of the unit is 1.7kg, making it very light
and easy to use.
The cord length is 4m long.
The 2 in 1 Strap Vac can be used on all surfaces, from tiles to carpets, it can also be used outside and inside your car, making it an all-rounded product.
The voltage of the 2 in 1 Strap Vac is 240 volts, the higher the voltage, the more powerful the vacuum cleaner absorbs the dirt. 240 Volts is one of the highest voltage vacuums you can purchase.
To open the Dust Compartment, keep the unit upright on a flat surface. Push and hold the button located on the left-hand side of the handle. Take your other hand and slide the Dust compartment away from the handle.
To close the Dust Compartment, keep the unit upright on a flat surface. Check the Dust filter is placed, flat side down, onto the body of the vacuum cleaner. Push and hold the button to reattach the Dust Compartment to the Turbo 2 in 1 Vac and Blow. Once attached it will click into place.
To turn the vacuum on, simply press the “O” on the power switch, this is located on the handle. Then you can begin vacuuming. To turn the power off, press the “I” on the power switch, this is also located on the handle.
This could be for 3 possible reasons, 1. The dust filter is full. 2. The unit is clogged. 3. The dust filter needs cleaning. For resolutions to these problems please refer to our manual.