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707 VCC181 User Manual/instructions

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User Manual

& Instructions

Dual Cyclonic Vacuum

• This booklet should be retained by the user for future reference. 

Please read all instructions carefully before operation.

VCC181

 


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SAFETY REGULATIONS

Warning:

When using any electrical appliance, always observe basic safety precautions. 

The following instructions should be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock 

or injury. 

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General:

Read this manual carefully before using the appliance. Keep this manual in a 

safe place for future reference.
Use the appliance only as described in this manual.
Check if the voltage indicated on the device corresponds to the local voltage 

before you connect the device.
Always use an earthed socket.
Check the device regularly for damage. Do not use the device in case the power 

cord or plug is damaged, or when any component of the device has been 

dropped or damaged. If the power cord is damaged, you must have it replaced 

by an authorized service centre to avoid safety hazards.
Do not attempt to repair the device yourself.
This appliance is not suitable for use by children or persons with reduced physi-

cal, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless 

someone responsible for their safety is supervising them or explains how the 

appliance must be used. Close supervision is required if the appliance is used 

near children, pets or plants.
Never allow children to play with the PE packaging as there is risk of suffocation.

Do not leave the device unattended when the plug is in the socket.
Always remove the plug from the socket when you clean the device or when you 

are not using the device.
Never pull the power cord to disconnect the plug from the socket; instead, hold 

the plug and gently pull to disconnect.

Do not use the device with an extension cord unless this extension cord has been 

checked and tested by a qualified mechanic.

Do not pull or carry the device by its power cord and do not use the power cord 

as a handle.

 


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Do not bend the power cord or pull it around sharp edges or corners. Do not pull 

the device over the power cord and do not allow the power cord to be 

compressed or curled.
Keep the device, the plug and the power cord away from flames and hot surfaces.
Do not use attachments which are not recommended by 707, especially acces-

sories which are not supplied with the appliance.
Do not bend the flexible hose or carry the device by the flexible hose. Stop using 

the device immediately when the flexible hose shows damages.
Keep the end of flexible hose, telescopic tubes and other suction openings away 

from your face and body.
Do not insert anything into the air intake as it may cause blockage. Do not use the 

device when the telescopic tube, flexible hose or suction air intake is blocked. 

Keep the device free of dust, lint, hair and anything that may reduce the air flow.
Vacuuming large objects may cause the air passage in the telescopic tube or 

flexible hose to be obstructed. If this happens, remove the object that is stuck.
Do not vacuum anything burning or smoking, like cigarettes, matches or hot 

ashes or any sharp objects, like glass or nails.
Do not vacuum toner content of printers or copying machines with the vacuum 

cleaner.
Do not vacuum liquids or moist materials of any sort as there will be a high risk of 

electric shock.

Never use the device in areas where certain vapours may be present (paint 

thinner, flammable material, oil based paint and varnish, flammable liquids and 

gases) to avoid risk of a possible explosion.
Do not use the device on wet surfaces.

This device is for household use only. Store the appliance indoors.
Never immerse the device and/or the power cord in water or other liquids.

Do not touch the device or the plug with wet hands.

Be cautious when vacuuming staircases or uneven surfaces.

Note: This appliance is only intended for domestic use; do NOT use it for 

          commercial purposes.

 


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1. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Product:  

 

Dual-Cyclonic Vacuum

Model No.: 

 

VCC181

Voltage:  

 

220-240 V~ 50/60 Hz

Power: 

  1800 

W

Suction Power:   

300 W

Vacuum Pressure:  

21 kPa

Noise Decibel:   

79.4dB

2. PRODUCT PARTS

1.  Flexible hose

2.  Crevice tool

3.  Furniture brush

4.  Telescopic tube

5.  Carrying handle

6.  Dust canister

7.  Wessel Werk© floor brush

8.  Canister release button

9.  On/off switch

10. Variable suction control

11. Cord winding switch

12. HEPA filter

13. Storage slot for floor brush

14. HEPA filter cover 

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3. ASSEMBLY

•  Remove all packaging materials.

•  Clean the device, if necessary, with a wet cloth and some detergent.

•  Make sure that all parts are clean and dry before assembling the device.

Warning: Do not insert the plug into the electrical outlet and do not turn the device on

before you have completed the assembly.

1. Insert the flexible hose into the inlet on the main body of the device. The flexible hose 

   is assembled correctly when it clicks into place.

2. Attach the telescopic tube to the flexible hose.

3. Attach the suitable accessories (floor brush/crevice tool/furniture brush) to the 

    telescopic tube for different cleaning purposes.  

4. OPERATION

Before use

Check the device for damage before each use. Do not use the device if the power cord 

or the device is damaged or not working properly.

Warning: do not use the device without all filters and the dust canister in place.

1. Pull the power cord to a length between the yellow and red mark.

   Note: do not pull the power cord to the red mark. This may damage the device.

2. Insert the plug into an electrical outlet.

3. Attach the floor brush or one of the following accessories to the end of the telescopic 

    tube.

 


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Floor brush:

The floor brush features a switch, which allows you to set the bristles in 

or out.

Position 1: bristles are out. This setting is suitable for hard floors (wood, 

laminate, tiles, stone, etc.).

Position 2: bristles are in. This setting is suitable for carpets, rugs and 

soft floor covering.

Crevice tool:

The crevice tool is suitable for the cleaning of corners, fissures, skirting 

board and other places that are difficult to reach. The crevice tool can 

be stored in the accessory holder on the telescopic tube.

Furniture brush:

The furniture brush is suitable for the cleaning of furniture, upholstery, 

wall surfaces, curtains, etc. The furniture brush can be stored in the 

accessory holder on the telescopic tube.

3. Attach the floor brush or one of the following accessories to the end of the telescopic 

    tube.

4. Turn on the device by pressing the on/off switch.

Note:

•  Do not vacuum anything burning or smoking, like cigarettes, matches or hot ashes.

•  Do not try to vacuum liquids or moist materials of any kind as there will be a high risk of electric shock.

•  Do not vacuum any sharp objects, like glass or nails.

•  Do not use the vacuum cleaner to drain away toner content from printers of copying machines.

Adjusting the suction power

The suction power can be regulated by adjusting the variable suction control at the back 

of the device.

 


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Adjusting the telescopic tube

The telescopic tube can be lengthened or shortened by sliding the switch on the telescopic 

tube forward.

Emptying the dust canister

The dust canister should be emptied when it is visibly full.

1. Turn off the device and pull the plug from the wall plug.

2. Push the canister release button to remove the dust canister from the unit.

3. Hold the dust canister above a bin and press the button to open the dust canister.

4. Close the dust canister and place it back on the unit.

After use

1. Turn off the device by pressing the on/off switch.

2. Press the cord winding switch at the back of the device in order to rewind the cord.

 


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5. MAINTENANCE & CLEANING

Note:

•  Always switch off and unplug the device from the wall socket before cleaning the device 

    or carrying out maintenance.

•  Never immerse the device and/or the power cord in water or other liquids.

Cleaning the dust canister and filters

The suction power of the unit reduces when the dust canister is too full or when the filters 

are dirty. Therefore all filters have to be cleaned regularly.

1. Press the canister release button in order to remove the dust canister from the unit.

2. Hold the dust canister above a bin and press the button to open the dust canister.

3. Open the lid of the dust canister by turning the lid. The lid is marked with ‘lock’ and 

    ‘unlock’.

 


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4. Take the parts apart as shown on the image below.

5. Clean the parts with lukewarm water and let them dry.

    Note: do not use detergents to clean the filters.

    Note: do not use heating sources (blow-dryer, heating, etc.) to dry the filters and do not 

    put the filters back into the device until they are completely dry.

6. Clean the dust canister with a damp cloth.

7. Put the parts back in the right order in the dust canister, as described below.

    Step 1: Place the foam filter in the small plastic filter.

    Step 2: Place the filter cassette on top of the foam filter.

Large Filter

Small Filter

Foam Filter

Filter Cassette

 


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    Step 3: Attach this assembly to the lid by turning it anti-clockwise.

    Step 4: Attach the large plastic filter to the lid by placing it over the small plastic filter and 
                then turning it anti-clockwise.

    Important: make sure that the angular shape on the large filter is adjusted with the ‘lock’ / ‘unlock’ 
    marking on the lid.

    

Step 5: Place the lid with the filters in the dust canister and turn the lid anti-clockwise to lock it.

    

    Note: do not put the filters back into the device before they have dried completely.

8. Put the dust canister back onto the device

‘lock/’unlock’

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Curve

 


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Cleaning motor filters

1. Press the canister release button in order to remove the dust canister from the unit.

2. Remove the motor filter from the device.

3. Clean the filter with lukewarm water.

    

Note: do not use detergents when cleaning the filter.

4. Shake the remaining water from the filter and let it dry.

    

Note: do not use heating sources (blow-dryer, heating, etc.) to dry the filter and do not put 

    the filter back into the device before it has dried completely

Cleaning HEPA filter

1. Push the button on top of the cover to open it.

Motor Filter

 


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2. Remove the filter from the device. Use a brush (not included) to remove large particles 

    from the filter, or tap the filter a number of times. Then clean the filter with lukewarm water.
    

Note: do not use detergents when cleaning the filter.

3. Shake the remaining water from the filter and let it dry. 
    

Note: do not use heating sources (blow-dryer, heating, etc.) to dry the filter and do not put 

    the filter back into the device before it has dried completely.

Cleaning the device

1. Switch off the device before cleaning it.

2. Clean the device with a damp cloth and some detergent if necessary. Dry thoroughly.
Note: never use abrasives, bleaching agents or steel wool to clean the device. This could 

cause damage to the material.

Storage

1. Make sure that the device and the attachments are completely clean and dry before you

   store them.

2. A storage slot can be found at the rear side of the device where the floor brush can be

   kept for storage.

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Problem 

Possible cause 

Possible solution 

Device does not 
work

 

Plug is not properly plugged in the 
wall socket

 

Put the plug in the wall socket again 

Device has no 
or very weak

 

suction power

 

Dust canister is not properly 
assembled 

Re-assemble the dust canister 

Dust canister is full 

Empty the dust canister 

One or more filters are clogged up 

Clean the filters 

Flexible hose or hose outlet is 
clogged up 

Switch the device o

ff and take the 

plug from the wall socket. Check for
blockages.

 

blockages 

Dust is coming 
from the device

 

Dust canister is not properly 
assembled 

Re-assemble the dust canister 

Flexible hose is not properly 
assembled 

Assemble the flexible hose in the 
hose outlet 

Dust canister is full 

Empty the dust canister 

Power cable 

cannot be
pulled out 

pulled out 

Power cable is entangled 

Carefully pull the power cable in and 
out a number of times and press the
button to wind up the cable

 

button to wind up the cable 

Power cable is 
not fully wound

 

Power cable is entangled 

Carefully pull the power cable out 

some length and press the button to

wind up the cable

 

wind up the cable 

 

TROUBLESHOOTING

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