Is the battery removable?
The is removable. To charge the battery, plug the charging cord into the port on the side of the battery.
What do the lights on the battery mean?
Solid White LED: Battery pack is fully charged.
LED pulses yellow: 0 - 75% charged.
LED pulses green: 75% - 100% charged.
How do I assemble the vacuum?
Insert the wand into the floor nozzle.
Insert the handheld vacuum into the wand.
For proper operation, ensure all parts are firmly clicked into place.
How long will the battery run?
The initial charge on the battery pack (out of the box) is approximately 30%. Charge the battery completely before first use.
During first use, run the battery down until it is completely out of power. This will condition the battery.
Runtimes are based on a new, fully charged battery. Like all lithium-ion products, the battery will naturally decrease in capacity over time.
How do I use the different cleaning modes?
To clean in ECO mode, press the suction power mode button (fan blade icon) until the green leaf icon (see below) illuminates on the hand vac screen. The brush rolls will spin slowly to clean bare floors and small area rugs.
To clean in AUTO mode, press the suction power mode button until the Detect icon (see below) illuminates on the hand vac screen. The brush rolls will spin faster and suction will increase to pick up heavy debris. The brush roll speed and suction will decrease as debris is cleared and the floor is cleaned. To engage the brush roll, step on the floor nozzle and tilt the handheld vacuum back.
To clean in Boost mode, press the suction power mode button until the red fan icon (see below) illuminates on the hand vac screen. The brush rolls will spin faster and suction will increase to pick up heavy debris. To engage the brush roll, step on the floor nozzle and tilt the handheld vacuum back.
To save battery power, select ECO mode.
For everyday cleaning power on bare floors and carpets while optimizing runtime, select AUTO Mode.
For an extra burst of power, select Boost mode.
How do I clean above-floor areas with or without accessories?
To clean above-floor areas, press the wand release button at the top of the wand to detach the handheld vacuum. Attach an accessory to the handheld vacuum for more cleaning options.
For more cleaning reach, leave the handheld vacuum on the wand and detach the wand from the floor nozzle. Press the nozzle release button on the bottom of the wand, then gently pull up on the handheld vacuum to remove the wand. Attach an accessory to the handheld vacuum or the wand and begin cleaning.
In all settings, for an added boost of suction power, press the suction power mode button (see below) to toggle between ECO, AUTO, and Boost modes. To save battery power, select ECO mode. For everyday cleaning, optimised runtime, and power, select AUTO mode. For an extra burst of power, select Boost mode.
What does the light on the nozzle mean?
The Clean Indicator visually confirms when floors are clean. When the unit senses heavy debris, suction will increase for more cleaning power. When the debris is cleared, suction will decrease to the base power level. For best results, continue cleaning until the indicator returns to its lowest level before moving to the next area. When an edge is detected, the headlights will illuminate the edge to focus on targeted debris.
What if I experience small static shocks while vacuuming?
Certain dry conditions in winter or dry desert areas may cause common static electricity to build up in the vacuum, producing small shocks like what you might experience from contact with doorknobs, wool sweaters, or blankets. This is harmless. To avoid this, we recommend moisturising your hands and/or removing wool socks or sweaters prior to vacuuming.
The battery seems to have a shorter runtime than expected out of the box.
The initial battery charge is approximately 30%. Charge the battery completely before first use. During first use, run the battery down until it is completely out of power. This will condition the battery. Like all lithium-ion products the battery will naturally decrease in capacity over time.
When and how do I clean the filters?
Filters may need to be cleaned if the vacuum stops picking up dirt.
To clean filters, rinse them with water only. Allow all filters to air-dry completely for up to 48 hours before reinstalling to prevent liquid from being drawn into electric parts.
Clean the pre-motor filters at least once a month and post-motor filter at least once a year. Tap off loose dirt between washes when needed. More frequent cleaning may sometimes be necessary with heavy use.
When and how do I empty the dust cup?
For optimal performance, empty the dust cup each time you vacuum.
Detach the handheld vacuum from the wand by pressing the wand release button. Position the dust cup over a trash receptacle, then press the dust cup release button on the left side on the handheld vacuum. Tap gently to empty contents. Remove any debris or hair from the cone-shaped screen inside the dust cup. Wipe the interior of the dust cup clean if needed. Close the dust cup door, pressing it until it clicks into place.
How do I access and clean the brush roll?
Turn the nozzle upside down. Press the brush roll release button on the left side of the nozzle in order to access the brush roll.
To reattach, slide the brush roll back in place until you hear a click.
How do I charge the battery and how long does it take to charge?
To charge the battery, plug the charging cord into the port on the side of the battery. The batteries are removable and the vacuum can only be charged with the respective charging cord.
A full charge takes approximately 5 hours.
What if the battery is warm to the touch or indicates that it's too warm to charge?
The battery may feel warm during use. This is normal, as batteries increase in temperature slightly during discharge.
If the battery feels uncomfortably warm, stop using the vacuum and allow the battery to cool. Plug the charging cord into the port on the battery. Leave the battery plugged in and charging will resume automatically when the battery has reached a normal temperature. If the battery is too warm after use, the charger will pause until the battery cools before it begins charging.
What should I do if my vacuum is hard to push or pull?
Check to see which setting you are using. If the unit is difficult to push or pull switch to a lower suction mode, such as ECO mode. If you are having difficulty push/pull on a certain floor type, toggle to AUTO Mode which adjusts brush roll speed based on floor type.