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Precautions for daily use of household vacuum cleaners

Nowadays, with the popularity of wireless vacuum cleaners, daily household cleaning is no longer difficult, and vacuum cleaners have become an indispensable cleaning tool for many households.
However, with the introduction of vacuum cleaners into thousands of households, the use problems received by our after-sales department of Dibei Electrical Appliances are also increasing, many of which are caused by improper operation during use. To this end, we have collected some precautions in the use of vacuum cleaners, which are summarized here to help you better understand and use vacuum cleaners and avoid unnecessary losses.
First of all, when choosing a vacuum cleaner, you should choose it according to your own home environment. For example, some vacuum cleaners are not suitable for long-haired carpets, and should be avoided in the process of purchase and use. Some vacuum cleaners cannot absorb water, so be sure to keep away from water sources during use.
Beware of vacuuming flammable and explosive items, or things with high temperature, so as to avoid burning or explosion.
Dry vacuum cleaners cannot absorb liquid, and ordinary household vacuum cleaners also try to avoid absorbing metal scraps, otherwise it will easily cause damage to the vacuum cleaner and affect the performance of the vacuum cleaner. If the bag type vacuum cleaner finds that the dust bag is damaged, it should stop vacuuming immediately and replace the dust bag immediately.
In order to avoid the damage to the vacuum cleaner caused by too much dust, the vacuum cleaner should not be used for too long. If the dust accumulates on the filter bag after a period of use, the suction force will drop. At this time, the box can be shaken, and the dust will fall on the box. At the bottom, suction is restored. If there is too much dust in the dust bag and dust bucket of the vacuum cleaner, remove the dust as soon as possible and keep the dust bucket clean so as not to affect the vacuuming effect and the heat dissipation of the motor.
When there is abnormal noise when vacuuming or when you do not vacuum, you should check it in time. For faults that cannot be eliminated by yourself, contact professionals in time to avoid blind disassembly. Place the vacuum cleaner in a dry place. Do not wipe the switch with a damp cloth when cleaning, so as not to cause leakage or short circuit. The motor has the function of overheating and power-off protection. This is the self-protection of the machine, not the problem of the machine.
After the machine is turned on, the motor runs at a high speed, which will generate a certain amount of heat, and at the same time drive the front impeller to run, which will generate suction and suck in a large amount of air from the air inlet duct. Simply put, the motor is cooled by the air intake. When your motor is overheated, please check all the air intake pipes, including brush heads, steel pipes, hoses, dust buckets (dust bags), and filter elements. After troubleshooting, standby cooling can be enabled again.
Use the vacuum cleaner with care to avoid impact. After use, clean up the sundries in the bucket and all vacuum accessories and dust bags in time. And clean after each work, check for perforation or air leakage, and thoroughly clean the dust grid and dust bag, do not use the dust grid dust bag that is not dry, so as not to damage the motor due to the inhaled moisture.
The hose of the vacuum cleaner should not be folded and folded frequently, and should not be stretched and bent excessively. Usually, the vacuum cleaner should be stored in a ventilated and dry place.
Do not use the vacuum cleaner to absorb gasoline, banana water, flaming cigarette butts, broken glass, needles, nails, etc., and do not absorb wet objects, liquids, sticky objects and dust containing metal powder, so as to avoid damage to the vacuum cleaner and accidents. In the process of use, once it is found that there is a foreign body blocking the straw, it should be turned off immediately to check, and the foreign body should be removed before continuing to use.
When using, fasten the hose, nozzle and connecting rod interface, especially for small gap nozzles, floor brushes, etc., pay special attention to if it is used for a long time, it should be stopped every half an hour. Generally, continuous work should not exceed half an hour. Otherwise, continuous work will cause the motor to overheat. If the machine does not have automatic cooling protection, it will easily burn out the motor and affect the service life of the machine. If the main unit is hot, emits a burnt smell, or has abnormal vibration and noise, it should be repaired in time, and do not use it reluctantly.
For the precautions for specific models, please refer to the instruction manual enclosed in the package, or contact the online customer service to obtain the electronic version.