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Cleaning
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USING YOUR DYSON APPLIANCE
PLEASE READ THE ‘IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS’ IN THIS DYSON
OPERATING MANUAL BEFORE PROCEEDING.
CARRYING THE APPLIANCE
Carry the appliance by the main handle on the body.
Do not press the cyclone release button or shake the appliance when carrying or
the cyclone could disengage, fall off and cause injury.
OPERATION
Always extend the cable fully to the red tape before use.
Plug the appliance into the mains electricity supply.
To switch ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ press the red power button, located as shown.
After use, unplug the appliance, retract the cable safely, and put the
appliance away.
Switch ‘OFF’ the appliance and unplug before:
– Changing or using tools.
– Removing the hose or airway inspection parts.
To watch a short online video visit: www.dyson.com.au/DC39gettingstarted
www.dyson.co.nz/DC39gettingstarted
LOOKING AFTER YOUR DYSON APPLIANCE
Do not carry out any maintenance or repair work other than that shown in this
Dyson Operating Manual, or advised by the Dyson Customer Care Helpline.
Only use parts recommended by Dyson. If you do not this could invalidate
your guarantee.
Store the appliance indoors. Do not use or store it below 0°C. Ensure the
appliance is at room temperature before operating.
Clean the appliance only with a dry cloth. Do not use any lubricants, cleaning
agents, polishes or air fresheners on any part of the appliance.
If used in a garage, always wipe the base plate and ball with a dry cloth after
vacuuming to clean off any sand, dirt, or pebbles that could damage
delicate floors.
VACUUMING
CAUTION:
Do not use without the clear bin and filter in place.
Fine dust such as plaster dust or flour should only be vacuumed in very
small amounts.
Do not use the appliance to pick up sharp hard objects, small toys, pins, paper
clips, etc. They may damage the appliance.
When vacuuming, certain carpets may generate small static charges in the
clear bin or wand. These are harmless and are not associated with the mains
electricity supply. To minimise any effect from this, do not put your hand or
insert any object into the clear bin unless you have first emptied it and rinsed it
out with cold water. See ‘Cleaning the clear bin’ section on pages 6 and 7 of this
Dyson Operating Manual.
Powerful suction can cause the hose to ‘pull back’ – please take care.
Do not work with the appliance above you on the stairs.
Do not put the appliance on chairs, tables, etc.
Before vacuuming highly polished floors, such as wood or lino, first check that
the underside of the floor tool and its brushes are free from foreign objects that
could cause marking.
Do not push hard with the floor tool when vacuuming, as this may
cause damage.
Do not leave the cleaner head in one place on delicate floors during use.
On waxed floors the movement of the cleaner head may create an uneven
lustre. 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.
Switch ‘OFF’ and unplug before emptying the clear bin.
To remove the cyclone and clear bin unit, push the release button to the side of
the carrying handle, as shown.
To release the dirt, press the red bin release button.
To minimise dust/allergen contact when emptying, encase the clear bin tightly in
a plastic bag and empty.
Remove the clear bin carefully.
Seal the bag tightly, dispose as normal.
CLEANING THE CLEAR BIN
To remove the cyclone and clear bin unit, push the release button to the side of
the carrying handle, as shown.
To separate the cyclone unit from the clear bin press the red bin release button
to open the bin base. This exposes a small silver button behind the red opening
mechanism. Press the silver button and separate the cyclone unit from the
clearbin.
Clean the clear bin with cold water only.
Ensure the clear bin is completely dry before replacing.
Do not use detergents, polishes or air fresheners to clean the clear bin.
Do not put the clear bin in a dishwasher.
Do not immerse the whole cyclone in water or pour water into the cyclones.
Clean the cyclone shroud with a dry cloth or dry brush to remove lint and dust.
WASHING YOUR FILTER
Your appliance has one washable filter, located as shown on page 6 of this
Dyson Operating Manual.
Check and wash the filter regularly or as required according to instructions to
maintain performance.
Switch ‘OFF’ and unplug before checking or removing the filter.
Wash the filter with cold water only. Do not use detergents. Hold under a tap
and run water through the open end. Turn upside down and tap out.
Squeeze and twist with both hands to make sure the excess water is removed.
Run water over the outside of the filter.
Squeeze and twist with both hands to make sure the excess water is removed.
Place the filter on its side to dry completely.
Do not put the filter in a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, oven,
microwave or near a naked flame.
IMPORTANT: After washing please leave for at least 24 hours to dry completely
before refitting.
To watch a short online video visit: www.dyson.com.au/DC39filterwash
www.dyson.co.nz/DC39filterwash
LOOKING FOR BLOCKAGES
Switch ‘OFF’ and unplug before looking for blockages. Failure to do so could
result in personal injury.
Beware of sharp objects when checking for blockages.
Refit all parts securely before using.
Clearing blockages is not covered by your Dyson guarantee.
To access the flexible inspection hose beneath the clear bin, first remove the
clear bin from the appliance as shown on page 5.
Unscrew the two Phillips screws on the clear bin locator bracket, as shown on
page 5. (Do not remove any other screws.) Remove the bracket.
Firmly twist the top of the flexible inspection hose away from the inlet next to the
ball (do not remove the end next to the connection for the main hose).
Inspect for blockages.
Reassemble in reverse order.
CLEARING BLOCKAGES – THERMAL CUT-OUT
This appliance is fitted with an automatically resetting thermal cut-out.
Large items may block the tools or wand inlet. If any part becomes blocked the
appliance may overheat and automatically cut-out.
Switch ‘OFF’ and unplug. Leave to cool down for 1-2 hours before checking
filter or for blockages. Do not operate the wand release catch.
Clear any blockage before restarting.
Clearing blockages is not covered by your Dyson guarantee.
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Wash filter with cold water regularly or as required.
Register for a filter wash reminder by email
(Australia only): customercare@dyson.com.au
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