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CARPETS OR HARD FLOORS

  • Before vacuuming your flooring, rugs and carpets, check the manufacturer's recommended cleaning instructions.
  • The brush bar on the machine can damage certain carpet types and floors.
  • Some carpets will fuzz if a rotating brush bar is used when vacuuming. If this happens, we recommend vacuuming without the motorized floor tool and consulting with your flooring manufacturer.
  • Before vacuuming highly polished floors, such as wood or linoleum, first check that the underside of the floor tool and its brushes are free from foreign objects that could cause marking.

LOOKING AFTER YOUR DYSON MACHINE

  • Do not carry out any maintenance or repair work other than that shown and described in this Dyson Operating Manual, or advised by the Dyson Helpline.
  • Only use parts recommended by Dyson. If you do not this may invalidate your warranty.
  • Store the machine indoors. Do not use or store it below 37.4°F (3°C). Ensure the machine is at room temperature before operating.
  • Clean the machine only with a dry cloth. Do not use any lubricants, cleaning agents, polishes or air fresheners on any part of the machine.

VACUUMING

  • Do not use without the clear bin and filter in place.
  • Fine dirt such as plaster dust or flour should only be vacuumed in very small amounts.
  • Do not use the machine to pick up sharp hard objects, small toys, pins, paper clips, etc. They may damage the machine.
  • When vacuuming, certain carpets may generate small static charges in the clear bin. These are harmless and are not associated with the central electricity supply
  • . To minimize any effect from this, do not put your hand or insert any object into the clear bin unless you have first emptied it. Clean the clear bin with a damp cloth only. (See ‘Cleaning the clear bin’.)
  • Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
  • Do not rest the machine on chairs, tables, etc.
  • Do not press down on the nozzle with excessive force when using the machine as this may cause damage.
  • Do not leave the cleaner head in one place on delicate floors.
  • On waxed floors the movement of the cleaner head may create an uneven luster. If this happens, wipe with a damp cloth, polish the area with wax, and wait for it to dry.

EMPTYING THE CLEAR BIN

  • Empty as soon as the dirt reaches the level of the MAX mark – do not overfill.
  • Ensure the machine is disconnected from the charger before emptying the clear bin. Be careful not to pull the “ON” trigger.
  • To release the dirt, push the red button by the clear bin. Press once to open the bin base. Press a second time to release the clear bin from the main body of the machine.
  • To minimize dust/allergen contact when emptying, encase the clear bin tightly in a plastic bag and empty.
  • Remove the clear bin carefully from the bag.
  • Seal the bag tightly, dispose as normal.
  • Close the clear bin base so it clicks into place and is secure.

CLEANING THE CLEAR BIN

  • Ensure the machine is disconnected from the charger before removing the clear bin. Be careful not to pull the “ON” trigger.
  • Push the red button by the clear bin. Press once to open the bin base. Press a second time to release the clear bin from the main body of the machine.
  • Remove the clear bin carefully.
  • Clean the clear bin with a damp cloth only.
  • Do not use detergents, polishes or air fresheners to clean the clear bin.
  • Do not put the clear bin in a dishwasher.
  • Clean the cyclone shroud with the brush on the combination tool to remove lint and dust.
  • Ensure the clear bin is completely dry before replacing.
  • To replace the clear bin, push the clear bin up and into the main body of the machine. It will click into place.
  • Close the clear bin base so it clicks into place and is secure.

WASHING YOUR FILTER

  • Ensure the machine is disconnected from the charger before removing the filter.
  • Be careful not to pull the “ON” trigger.
  • Your machine has one washable filter, located as shown.
  • To remove the filter, lift it out of the top of the machine.
  • Check and wash the filter regularly according to instructions to maintain performance.
  • The filter may require more frequent washing if vacuuming fine dust or if used mainly in “POWERFUL SUCTION” mode.
  • Wash the filter with cold water only.
  • Run water over the outside of the filter until the water runs clear.
  • Squeeze and twist with both hands to make sure the excess water is removed.
  • Lay the filter on its side to dry. Leave to dry completely for a minimum of hours.
  • Do not put the filter in a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, oven, microwave or near an open flame.
  • To refit, place the dry filter back into the top of the machine. Make sure it is seated properly.
  • To watch a short online video visit: www.dyson.com/DC58filterwash

LOOKING FOR BLOCKAGES

  • Ensure the machine is disconnected from the charger before looking for blockages. Be careful not to pull the “ON” trigger.
  • Do not operate while checking for blockages as doing so could result in personal injury.
  • Beware of sharp objects when checking for blockages.
  • If you cannot clear an obstruction you may need to remove the brush bar.
  • Use a coin to unlock the fastener marked with a padlock. Remove the obstruction. Replace the brush bar and secure it by tightening the fastener.
  • Ensure it is fixed firmly before operating the machine.
  • Refit all parts securely before using.
  • Clearing blockages is not covered by your warranty.

BLOCKAGES – AUTOMATIC CUT-OUT

  • This machine is fitted with an automatic cut-out.
  • If any part becomes blocked the machine may automatically cut out.
  • This will happen after the motor pulses a number of times (i.e switches on and off in quick succession).
  • Leave to cool down before looking for blockages.
  • Ensure the machine is disconnected from the charger before looking for blockages. Failure to do so could result in personal injury.
  • Clear any blockage before restarting.
  • Refit all parts securely before using.
  • Clearing blockages is not covered by your warranty

CHARGING AND STORING 

  • This machine will switch “OFF” if the battery temperature is below 37.4°F (3°C). This is designed to protect the motor and battery. Do not charge the machine and then move it to an area with a temperature below 37.4°F (3°C) for storage purposes. 
  • To help prolong battery life, avoid recharging immediately after a full discharge. Allow to cool for a few minutes. 
  • Avoid using the machine with the battery flush to a surface. This will help it run cooler and prolong battery run time and life.

 



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