Package Contains 4 Dustbags, 1 Motor Filter, 1 Super Air Clean Filter. Suitable for:
Part Numbers: 7189520, HYCLEANGN, S400. S600, S800, S2000, S5000
UPC: 0718952000015, 718952000015
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Miele S5000 Vacuum Cleaner, size: 2.8 MB
User reviews and opinions
|ddenton||1:51am on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|Forget Dyson and others , this machine works in all areas and was actually designed by engineers for people to clean with.|
|bdonovan||7:42am on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
|Air coming out smells cleanHouse is cleaner than ever Make sure you get the proper brushheads for your floors! I research vaccums for a long time and thought the only quality, long-lasting vaccum out there was the Oreck. Very quiet. More powerful than most. Easy assembly. German engineering. Great job. Worth the money. Expensive, but well worth it.|
|astoria||2:03pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|Wand and flatter to deceive. This Miele is versatile, quiet and has easy maneuverability around the home.|
|owenh||9:48pm on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010|
|We bought this kind of vacuum cleaner about 4 month ago and we like it really much.|
|josef.fuchs||7:50pm on Friday, June 4th, 2010|
|Powerful and versatile, puts bagless products in the shade. Expensive bags and filters. excellent build quality, very powerful suction and its variable suction from 300 watts to 2200 watts, storage tools neatly tucked away in cleaner.|
|wangxiaohu||6:42pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|We decided to buy a Miele cylinder vacuum cleaner because we have two small children who crawl all over the house so a reliable and long lasting vacuu... Cleaner and had heard that Miele were good and that they scored highly in the Which reports.|
|alxrem||1:51pm on Sunday, April 4th, 2010|
|Good suction, quiet, very hard to use, bad controls I have two mieles. My old one is great. They have cheapened the new models as follows: 1.|
|mschulke||3:17pm on Sunday, March 28th, 2010|
|Absolutely brilliant, super-quiet vac, well done Miele Superb cylinder vac. Great suction even at the lowest power selection.|
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Warning and Safety instructions
This vacuum cleaner meets statutory safety requirements. Improper use can, however, lead to personal injury and material damage. To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the vacuum cleaner, read these instructions carefully before using it for the first time. They contain important notes on its safety, operation and maintenance. Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure new users are familiar with the content. Pass them on to any future owner.
~ This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Safety with children
~ Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
~ This vacuum cleaner is not a toy! To
avoid the risk of injury, keep children well away, and do not allow them to play with it or to use the controls. Supervise children whilst you are using it. vacuum cleaner if its operation has been clearly explained to them, and they are able to use it safely, recognising the dangers of incorrect use. handle: Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
Always disconnect the vacuum cleaner from the mains supply when you have finished using it, as well as for maintenance work and cleaning. Switch it off at the wall socket and unplug it.
~ Older children may only use the
~ This vacuum cleaner must only be used for domestic household purposes to vacuum dry floor surfaces. Do not use on people or animals. Any other usage, modification or alteration is at the owner's risk and could be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage resulting from improper or incorrect use of the appliance.
~ Models with radio controls on the
the data plate (voltage and frequency) match the mains electricity supply. It is essential that they match to avoid damage to the appliance. check for any signs of damage. Do not use a damaged appliance: It could be dangerous.
~ Ensure that the connection data on
~ If the cable is damaged it must be
replaced together with a complete cable rewind. For safety reasons this must only be done by the Miele Service Department or a Miele authorised service technician. guarantee, repairs should only be undertaken by a service technician authorised by Miele. Otherwise the guarantee will be invalidated.
~ Before using the vacuum cleaner,
~ While the vacuum cleaner is under
~ The socket on the vacuum cleaner (depending on model) must only be used for the Miele Electrobrush specified for use with this appliance. ~ There is a metal inlay underneath the handle which is designed to avoid the unpleasant effects of electrostatic discharges. Please make sure that you keep your hand in constant contact with this metal strip during vacuuming. ~ Do not pull or carry the vacuum cleaner by the cable and be careful not to damage the cable when withdrawing the plug from the socket.
Keep the cable away from sharp edges and do not let it be squashed, for example, under a door. Avoid running the vacuum cleaner over the cable. This could damage the cable, plug or socket and pose as a safety hazard. The appliance must not be used if any of these have suffered damage.
~ Repairs should only be carried out
by a Miele authorised service technician. Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for unauthorised work. cleaner off before changing over accessories and floorheads, especially an Electro- or Turbobrush. wet. Clean only with a dry cloth or slightly damp cloth when disconnected from the mains supply. If moisture gets into the appliance, there is a risk of electric shock. cleaning. The vacuum cleaner hose should be checked regularly and must not be used if damaged.
~ It is important to switch the vacuum
~ Do not let the vacuum cleaner get
~ Do not immerse the hose in water for
use the vacuum cleaner without the dustbag, dust compartment filter and exhaust filter in place. Otherwise it could get damaged.
~ To avoid the risk of damage, do not
~ Do not vacuum up items which are
heavy, hard or have sharp edges. They could cause a blockage and damage the appliance. tubes must not be used at head level to avoid the risk of injury, e.g. to eyes and ears. indicator and change the dustbag if necessary. Check the exhaust and dust compartment filters at the same time and change them too if necessary. A full bag or blocked filter will reduce the suction power of the cleaner. A temperature limiter switches the vacuum cleaner off automatically if it gets too hot. See "Problem solving guide". handling of batteries (for models with radio controls on the handle): Do not use rechargeable batteries. Do not short circuit or recharge batteries, or throw them into a fire. Danger of explosion. Disposing of batteries: Remove the batteries from the radio control handle and dispose of them in your recycling bin. Do not dispose of them with the normal household waste.
~ Floor attachments, accessories and
~ If a dustbag is not inserted, the dust compartment cover does not normally close. Do not force it.
has been burning or is still glowing e.g. cigarettes, ashes or coal, whether glowing or apparently extinguished. The cleaner might catch fire.
~ Do not vacuum up anything which
~ Monitor the change dustbag
~ Do not vacuum up any water, liquid or damp dirt. This will cause major faults and could seriously impair the functioning and electrical safety of the appliance. Wait until any freshly cleaned or shampooed carpets or floor coverings are completely dry before attempting to vacuum.
such as that used in printers and photocopiers, can conduct electricity. The filter system in the vacuum cleaner may not filter it completely, causing the toner to be blown back into the room by the fan.
~ Important information on the
~ Do not vacuum toner dust. Toner,
~ Do not vacuum up any inflammable or combustible liquids or gases and do not vacuum in areas where such substances are stored. The cleaner might explode.
~ The Miele Electrobrush is a motor driven accessory for use only with Miele vacuum cleaners. The cleaner must not be used with an electrobrush produced by another manufacturer. ~ To avoid the risk of injury when vacuuming with a Miele Electrobrush or Turbobrush, do not touch the rotating roller brush. ~ It is not advisable to vacuum directly with the handle, i.e. without an accessory attached as the rim could get damaged and you could hurt yourself on sharp edges. ~ Miele vacuum cleaner bags are disposable and intended to be used only once. Do not attempt to re-use. Blocked pores reduce the efficiency of the cleaner. ~ To ensure safety only use genuine Miele dustbags, filters and accessories. This will ensure optimum performance of the appliance throughout its life.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these Warning and Safety instructions.
Preparing for use
Attaching the suction hose
^ Insert the hose connector into the socket until it clicks into position. To do this, line up the guides on the two pieces.
To remove the suction hose from the cleaner
^ Press the release buttons at the side of the hose connector, and lift the hose from the socket.
Connecting the handle to the suction tube
^ Insert the handle into the suction tube until it clicks into position. To do this, line up the guides on the two pieces. ^ To release the handle from the suction tube, press the locking button (see arrow) and pull the handle away from the suction tube.
Your vacuum cleaner is fitted with one of the following telescopic tubes, depending on the model: 2-part telescopic tube Triscopic telescopic tube
Adjusting the telescopic suction tube
One part of this telescopic tube is packed inside the other and can be adjusted to suit your height for comfortable vacuum cleaning. ^ Press the telescopic tube release button (see arrow) to release the tubes and adjust to the required height.
Adjusting the triscopic suction tube
The triscopic tube has three sections. Two sections of the telescopic tube are packed together inside a third outer tube. ^ Press the release button (see arrow a) to release the lower tube and pull it right out until it clicks. Press the button again when you want to retract the tube again. The tube will click into place. ^ Press the telescopic tube release button b to release the tubes and adjust to the required height.
Fitting the standard floorhead
^ Push the suction tube into the floorhead and turn it clockwise or anti-clockwise until it clicks into position. ^ To release the floorhead from the suction tube, press the locking button (see arrow) and pull the suction tube away from the floorhead. The floorhead can be used for all normal cleaning of carpets and rugs. It can also be used with the brush protruding to vacuum hard flooring. For hard flooring, such as stone and parquet, we recommend using one of the special Miele floor brushes (see "Optional accessories"). It is important in the first instance to observe the flooring manufacturer's cleaning and care instructions. Vacuum carpets and rugs with the brush retracted: ^ Press the foot control. Clean hard flooring which is not susceptible to scratching with the brush protruding: ^ Press the foot control. The Classic Allergotec floorhead, the Turbobrush and the Electrobrush Some models may be supplied as standard with one of these accessories (see "Optional accessories"). Please refer to the separate operating instructions supplied with these brushes for instructions on use and maintenance.
The following accessories are supplied: a Crevice nozzle b Dusting brush c Upholstery nozzle
To open the accessories compartment
^ Press the release button to open the accessories compartment lid.
^ Take out the accessory you require. ^ Press down firmly on the lid to close it.
Using the accessories supplied
For cleaning in folds, crevices or corners.
For cleaning skirting boards, ornate or carved articles, etc. The head of the dusting brush can be swivelled to attain the best cleaning position.
For cleaning upholstery, mattresses, cushions, curtains, covers etc.
For general use and also for vacuuming the stairs. For safety reasons when vacuuming stairs it is best to start at the bottom of the stairs and move upwards.
Unwinding the cable ^ Pull out the mains cable to the required length (max. approximately 6.5 m).
,If vacuuming for longer than 30 minutes, the mains cable must be pulled out to its fullest extent. Otherwise there is a danger of overheating and damage.
Rewinding the cable ^ Switch off at the wall socket and remove the plug. ^ Press the rewind foot switch. The cable will rewind automatically.
Switching on and off
^ Step on the On/Off foot switch s.
Models with radio controls on the handle To pause the appliance during operation: ^ Press the stand-by button on the handle.
,The stand-by button is designed to pause the vacuum cleaner for short periods of time whilst vacuuming. There is a risk of overheating or damage if left in stand-by mode for too long.
An LED will indicate each time a button is pressed on the handle. At the end of the pause, you can do one of the following: ^ Press the stand-by button again to switch the vacuum cleaner back on at the setting you were using before pausing it. ^ Press the + button to switch the vacuum cleaner back on using the highest power setting. ^ Press the - button to switch the vacuum cleaner back on using the lowest power setting.
^ When vacuuming, pull the cleaner behind you on its wheels. You can stand it upright for vacuuming stairs and curtains etc.
Adjusting the suction power
The suction power can be regulated to suit the type of flooring. The higher the wattage, the more powerful the suction. Reducing the suction power reduces the amount of effort required to manoeuvre the floorhead. Some models also have symbols on the controls. The symbols indicate the type of use the settings are suitable for: a - curtains, lightweight fabrics b - upholstery, cushions c - carpets, rugs and runners ( - for daily energy-saving vacuuming e - lightly soiled rugs and fitted carpets f - heavily soiled hard flooring, and for intensive cleaning of carpets The controls vary from model to model. The different options are carried out in sequence.
,When vacuuming especially fine dust, e.g. sawdust, sand, plaster, flour, talcum powder etc., electrostatic charges build up naturally. Under certain conditions these charges will be released. To avoid the unpleasant effects of these discharges, a metal inlay has been incorporated into the underside of the handle. Please make sure that you keep your hand in constant contact with this metal strip during vacuuming.
^ Turn the suction power selector manually to the suction power setting you require. On some models, the selected setting lights up green.
+ / - foot controls
Press and hold the + or - foot control until the power setting you require lights up green. ^ Press the + control to select a higher setting. ^ Press the - control to select a lower setting.
+ / - foot controls with AutoEco setting
When you switch your vacuum cleaner on the energy saving "AutoEco" setting is selected automatically. ^ Press the + control to change to "Turbo", the highest power setting. ^ Press the - control to change to "Min.", the lowest power setting. The power setting which is currently selected will light up white.
+ / - controls on the handle (radio-operated)
Press and hold the + or - button until the symbol for the power setting you require shows in the display on the cleaner. ^ Press the + control to select a higher setting. ^ Press the - control to select a lower setting. The LED will indicate each time a button is pressed on the handle.
Opening the air inlet valve
(not on models with radio-controls on the handle) It is easy to reduce the suction power for a short time, e.g. to prevent rugs or other objects being sucked into the vacuum cleaner. ^ Open the air inlet valve far enough to reduce the suction power. The floorhead will be easier to manoeuvre. Close the valve up again when you are ready to use full power again.
Setting down, transportation and storage
A parking system has been designed for conveniently parking the vacuum cleaner during pauses. ^ Slot the floorhead into the parking attachment at the back of the vacuum cleaner. Switching on and off with the parking system Some models are fitted with an On/Off switch in the parking system. The cleaner is automatically switched off when the floorhead is placed in the parking attachment. Lifting the floorhead out of the parking attachment automatically switches the cleaner on again. If your vacuum cleaner is equipped with "+ / - foot controls" or "+ / - foot controls with "AutoEco" setting, you can de-activate or activate the parking system's On/Off function. ^ Switch the vacuum cleaner off with the On/Off foot control. ^ Press and hold the + and - foot controls in, and at the same time switch the vacuum cleaner on with the On/Off foot control.
Transportation and storage
^ Stand the vacuum cleaner upright when it is not being used and during storage. ^ Slot the floorhead downwards into one of the parking attachments on either side of the vacuum cleaner. ^ Retract the telescopic tube fully. This makes the cleaner easier to carry or store.
Maintenance and care ,Always disconnect the vacuum
Purchasing new dustbags and filters
Genuine Miele dustbags can be ordered via the internet at www.miele-shop.com, or from the Miele Customer Contact Centre (see back cover for contact details) or from your Miele Vacuum Cleaner Specialist.
cleaner from the electrical supply for maintenance work and for cleaning. Switch off at the wall socket and remove the plug. The Miele filter system consists of three filters which must be replaced from time to time to ensure that your cleaner performs efficiently. Dustbag Exhaust filter Dust compartment filter (for motor protection) Only use genuine Miele approved dustbags and filters. This ensures that your vacuum cleaner functions correctly and cleans hygienically.
Ordering the correct dustbags and filters
You can recognise genuine Miele dustbags type G/N and genuine Miele filters by the "Original Miele"-Logo on the packaging or on the dustbags.
,The use of non-Miele approved dustbags, paper dustbags as well as dustbags with cardboard holders can cause serious damage to the vacuum cleaner and will invalidate your warranty.
An Air Clean exhaust filter and a dust compartment filter are supplied with every packet of Miele dustbags. If you wish to purchase exhaust filters or dust compartment filters separately, please quote the model number of your appliance when ordering to ensure you get the correct items. You can replace the exhaust filter fitted in the vacuum cleaner with one of the other Miele exhaust filters if you wish (see "Optional accessories").
Maintenance and care
When to change the dustbag
Change the dustbag when the colour marker in the dustbag change indicator fills the display, or sooner if it is no longer effective (see possible reasons for this below). Miele dustbags are disposable, and designed for single use only. Do not attempt to re-use them as suction would be reduced. Checking the dustbag change indicator ^ Attach the standard floorhead to the suction tube. Do not use any of the other floorheads or attachments as they will cause the dustbag change indicator to give a false reading. ^ Switch on the vacuum cleaner using the On/Off foot control s, and select the highest power setting. ^ Lift the floorhead off the floor a little. If the marker completely fills the dustbag change indicator, you should replace the dustbag with a new one.
How the dustbag change indicator works The dustbag change indicator is set for normal household dust. Normal household dust would contain a mixture of dust, hair, carpet fluff, threads, grit etc. However, if the vacuum cleaner has been used to suck up fine dust, the pores of the dustbag will become blocked very quickly. This affects the air permeability of the bag, and the marker will indicate that the bag is "full" even when it is not. If this happens you must still change the dustbag because suction power will be greatly reduced by blocked pores in the dustbag. If, on the other hand, you have vacuumed up a large amount of hair and carpet fluff which typically contains a lot of air, the indicator may fail to react even though the bag is full. You should still change it! Both these extremes can occur.
Replacing the dustbag
^ Press the release button for the dust compartment lid and raise the lid as far as it will go. The dustbag has a closing flap which closes automatically when the dust compartment lid is raised to prevent any dust escaping.
^ Pull the dustbag out by the grip next to the self-closing flap on the collar.
^ Fit the new dustbag into the holder as far as it will go. Leave it folded up when you take it out of the box. ^ It should be unfolded in the dust compartment. ^ Close the dust compartment lid securely, making sure it clicks into position. Take care not to trap the dustbag when doing so.
,The lid will not close without a dustbag in place, or if the dustbag is incorrectly fitted. Do not force it.
When to change the exhaust filter
Depending on the model, your vacuum cleaner will be fitted as standard with one of the following exhaust filters: a an Air Clean filter SF-AC 30 Replace this filter every time you start a new packet of Miele dustbags. An Air Clean exhaust filter and a dust compartment filter are supplied with every packet of Miele dustbags. b an Active Air Clean filter SF-AAC 50 (black) c an Active HEPA filter SF-AH 50 (blue) These types of filter need to be changed approximately once a year. Make a note of the date on the filter.
Exhaust filter change indicator
Certain models are fitted with an exhaust filter change indicator (reset control) to show when to change your Active Air Clean b or Active HEPA c filter. The indicator lights up after approximately 50 hours of operation, which is equivalent to about a year of average use. You can continue vacuuming when the light comes on. However, the suction power will be reduced as will the effectiveness of the filter if it is not replaced in good time. The filter change indicator light is irrelevant if an Air Clean filter (a) is being used, as long as it is replaced every time a new packet of Miele dustbags is started. The indicator light will go out when the reset button is pressed.
Replacing the Air Clean filter
Do not use more than one exhaust filter at a time. ^ Open the dust compartment lid. ^ Release the filter grille and raise it upwards. Grasp the used Air Clean filter by the clean, unsoiled section (see arrow) and take it out.
^ Replace it with a new Air Clean filter. If you wish to replace the Air Clean filter with an Active Air Clean filter or with an Active HEPA filter see "Replacing one type of filter with another". ^ Close the filter grille. ^ Close the dust compartment lid firmly. It should click into place.
Replacing an Active Air Clean filter or an Active HEPA filter
Do not use more than one exhaust filter at a time. ^ Open the dust compartment lid. ^ Raise the filter and remove it.
^ Replace with a new filter, and push it down into place. If you wish to replace the Active Air Clean filter or the Active HEPA filter with a Super Air Clean filter see "Replacing one type of filter with another". ^ Close the dust compartment lid firmly. It should click into place. Re-setting the exhaust filter change indicator If your vacuum cleaner is fitted with an exhaust filter change indicator, this needs to be re-set each time the filter is replaced. To do this the vacuum cleaner must be switched on. ^ Press the reset button. The exhaust filter change indicator goes out, and resets to zero. The filter change indicator can only be reset by pressing the reset button after the light has come on. Pressing the button at any other time will have no effect.
Replacing one type of filter with another
Depending on the model, your vacuum cleaner will be fitted as standard with one of the following exhaust filters: a an Air Clean filter SF-AC 30, b an Active Air Clean filter SF-AAC 50 (black), c an Active HEPA filter SF-AH 50 (blue). Please note 1. If you wish to replace the Air Clean filter a with an Active Air Clean filter b or an Active HEPA filter c, it is essential that you remove the filter grille before fitting the new type of filter. 2. If you wish to replace the Active Air Clean filter b or the Active HEPA filter c with an Air Clean filter a, then it is essential that you also fit a filter grille *. * Filter grille - see "Optional accessories". Do not use more than one exhaust filter at a time.
The exhaust filter indicator light (with reset button) that is fitted on certain models is designed to come on when the Active Air Clean or Active HEPA filter needs to be changed. The filter change indicator light is irrelevant if an Air Clean filter is being used, as long as it is replaced every time a new packet of Miele dustbags is started. The indicator light will go out when the reset button is pressed.
When to change the dust compartment filter (for motor protection)
Replace this filter every time you start a new packet of dustbags. A dust compartment filter is supplied with every packet of Miele dustbags.
How to change the dust compartment filter
^ Open the dust compartment lid. ^ Unclip the filter frame and remove the old filter. Hold it by the clean unsoiled section to remove it. ^ Replace with a new dust compartment filter. ^ Close the filter frame. ^ Close the dust compartment lid firmly. It should click into place.
When to change the battery in the radio-operated handle
Approximately every 18 months. One 3 V battery (CR 2032) is required. The vacuum cleaner can still be used when the battery has run out or if there is no battery fitted. ^ Switch the vacuum cleaner on using the On/Off foot control s. The vacuum cleaner is ready to use (in stand-by mode). ^ Press the re-set button for the exhaust filter change indicator. The vacuum cleaner can continue to be used, but only at maximum power.
How to change the battery in the radio-operated handle
a Open the cover to the battery compartment on the handle, and remove the battery. b Remove the cover. ^ Push the battery forwards to remove it. Then replace it with a new one, making sure the polarity is correct. ^ Close the battery compartment. ^ Dispose of the old battery responsibly.
When to change the thread lifters
The thread lifters on the suction inlet to the floorhead and the upholstery nozzle can be replaced. Check them from time to time and replace them if the pile has worn down.
To replace the thread lifters
^ Use a suitable tool to remove them from the slots. ^ Fit new thread lifters. Upholstery nozzle, 190 mm ^ Disengage the thread lifter unit at each side of the upholstery nozzle using a coin. ^ Fit a new thread lifter unit and lock into position.
If threads or hair have wound round the bearing on the floorhead roller a Release the bearing (with bayonet fitting) using a coin. b Press the bearing out, and remove. c Take out the roller. Remove any threads and hair, replace the roller and refit the bearing. Spare parts are available from your Miele Vacuum Cleaner Specialist or from the Miele Spare Parts Department (see back cover for contact details).
Cleaning and care ,Always disconnect the vacuum cleaner from the electricity supply for maintenance work and for cleaning. Switch off at the wall socket and remove the plug.
Vacuum cleaner and accessories External surfaces of the vacuum cleaner and of the accessories can be cleaned with a dry or a slightly damp cloth, or with a proprietary cleaner suitable for plastic.
,Do not use abrasive cleaners, glass cleaners or all-purpose cleaners. Because of their chemical composition they could cause serious damage to plastic components.
Dust compartment The dust compartment can, if necessary, be cleaned using a dry duster, brush or, if available, a second vacuum cleaner to vacuum the dust out.
,Do not let the vacuum cleaner get wet. If moisture gets into the appliance, there is a risk of electric shock.
All work should be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent person in strict accordance with national and local safety regulations. The voltage connected load are given on the data plate located underneath the vacuum cleaner. Please ensure that these match the household mains supply. The fuse rating is quoted on the plug. The appliance is supplied with a cable and moulded plug ready for connection to a 230V/50Hz a.c. single phase supply. Test Marks.Electrical safety..C-Tick Mark Electrically suppressed according to.AS/NZS 1044
Problem solving guide
The vacuum cleaner switches off automatically. On certain models, the overheating warning light also comes on. A temperature limiter switches the vacuum cleaner off automatically if it gets too hot. Some models also have a warning light , which comes on to indicate that it has overheated. This can occur if, for instance, large articles block the suction tube or when the filter bag is full or contains particles of fine dust. A heavily soiled exhaust or dust compartment filter can also be the cause of overheating. Switch the vacuum cleaner off immediately using the On/Off foot control s. Disconnect from the electricity supply. Switch off at the wall socket and remove the plug. After removing the cause, wait for approximately 20 - 30 minutes to allow the vacuum cleaner to cool down. It can then be switched on again.
After sales service
In the event of a fault that you cannot easily remedy, please contact your Miele Vacuum Cleaner Specialist or or the Miele Service Department (see back cover for contact details).
Miele accessories including floorheads, filter and dustbags are available to order from your Miele Vacuum Cleaner Specialist, the Miele Spare Parts Department or via the internet on www.miele-shop.com Certain models are supplied as standard with one or more of the following accessories: It is also important to observe the flooring manufacturers cleaning and care instructions. Electrobrush Electro Comfort (SEB 216-3) Electrobrushes can only be used on models fitted with an Electrobrush socket. The Electrobrush is particularly suitable for intensive vacuuming of carpets which are subject to hard wear. It is very effective at removing deep seated dirt and preventing areas of frequent use being trodden into a path.
Active Air Clean filter SF-AAC 50 A special active charcoal filter, which removes odours coming from the dirt in the dustbag, keeping unpleasant lingering smells to a minimum. There is no difference in the filtration levels between the Active Air Clean filter and the Air Clean filter. Active HEPA filter SF-AH 50 A combination filter which complies with the requirements of EN 1822 HEPA classification 12. It is able to filter out very fine particles and micro-organisms. The active charcoal layer absorbs odours from the dust collected in the dustbag. This filter is specially appropriate for allergy sufferers and users requiring exceptional standards of hygiene. The Active HEPA filter replaces the filter fitted in the vacuum cleaner. Do not use aroma capsules in your cleaner if you use either of these filters. The charcoal in them will absorb their aroma, rendering them ineffective. Filter grille The filter grille is required if you wish to fit an Air Clean filter instead of an Active Air Clean filter or an Active HEPA filter (see "Maintenance and care Replacing one type of filter with another").
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