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MACHINE DATA LOG/OVERVIEW MODEL _______________________________________ DATE OF PURCHASE __________________________ SERIAL NUMBER ______________________________ SALES REPRESENTATIVE # _____________________ DEALER NAME ________________________________ OPERATIONS GUIDE NUMBER ___________________ PUBLISHED __________________________________________
TABLE OF CONTENTS Machine Data Log/Overview................................1 Table of Contents.................................................2 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL How to use this Manual........................................1-1 SAFETY Important Safety Instructions ...............................2-1 Hazard Intensity Level..........................................2-2 Grounding Instructions.........................................2-3 OPERATIONS Technical Specifications
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL The SAFETY section contains important information This manual contains the following sections: regarding hazard or unsafe practices of the machine. Levels of hazards is identified that could - HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL result in product or personal injury, or severe injury - SAFETY resulting in death. - OPERATIONS - MAINTENANCE The OPERATIONS section is to familiarize the - PARTS LIST operator with the operation and function of the machine. The HOW TO
HAZARD INTENSITY LEVEL The following symbols are used throughout this guide as indicated in their descriptions: HAZARD INTENSITY LEVEL There are three levels of hazard intensity identified by signal words -WARNING and CAUTION and FOR SAFETY. The level of hazard intensity is determined by the following definitions: ! WARNING WARNING - Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death. ! CAUTION CAUTION - Hazards or unsafe practices which
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS THIS PRODUCT IS FOR COMMERCIAL USE ONLY. PROPER GROUNDING Grounding Pin Metal Screw ELECTRICAL: In the USA this machine operates on a standard 15 amp 115V, 60 hz, A.C. power circuit . The amp, hertz, Grounded Adaptor Outlet and voltage are listed on the data label found on each Grounded Outlet Box Fig. A machine. Using voltages above or below those Fig. B Tab For Grounding Screw indicated on the data label will cause serious damage to the motors. Adaptor F
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS POWER TYPE GENERAL DIMENSIONS/WEIGHT ELECTRICAL: 115 V, 15 A, 60 HZ Vacuum shoe: 17” (43.18 cm) cast aluminum with spring loaded down pressure ELECTRIC VACUUM MOTOR: (1) –3 stage, 1 hp, 99 cfm (2.80 cubic meters/min.) Waterlift –117” (297cm) WHEELS: (2) 10” dia. (25 cm) wheels by 2” BRUSH: (1) 15” (38.1 cm.) WEIGHT: 92 lbs. (42 kg) SOLUTION PUMP: 100 PSI, diaphragm style, internal LENGTH: 35” (89 cm) bypass HEIGHT: 42” (107 cm) SOLUTION CA
CONTROLS/COMPONENT LOCATIONS 1. Main Handle. Used to pull and maneuver 4 5 6 8 9 machine. 2. Handle Adjustment. Used to adjust height of handle. 3. Electrical Cord. 4. Solution Switch. Turns on pump. Continuous position (bottom) activates electro-valve to dispense solution to floor through jets. Intermittent position (up) requires operator to depress 1 of 3 trigger switches to dispense solution. Center 7 position is off. 5. Brush Motor Switch. Turns on brush motor.
CONTROLS/COMPONENT LOCATIONS 1. Solution Accessory Tool Hookup. Used for various auxiliary cleaning tools. 2. Vacuum Hose Door. Used to connect various auxiliary 1 ½ inch cleaning tool vacuum hoses. 11 3. Brush Height Adjustment. Used to regulate brush height from storage position to various carpet heights. 10 4. Recovery Tank. Used to collect dirty cleaning solution. 5. Solution Tank. Used to hold cleaning solution. 6. Recovery Tank Dome. 7. Vacuum Shoe. 1 8. Bru
CONTROLS/COMPONENT LOCATIONS 1. Solution Intake Cover. 2. Vacuum Intake Cover. 3. Float Shut-Off. 4. Clean-Out Opening. 5. Pour Spout. 6. Lift Handle. 6 1 2 4 6 5 3 ADMIRAL 86038230 03/16/07 3-4
FILLING OPERATIONS STEP 1 RECOVERY TANK Remove recovery tank SOLUTION TANK STEP Add water 2 or 8 gal. (30.3 ltr.) 140°F (60°C) FILL LINE STEP 3 8 – 16oz. FILLING THE ADMIRAL (237ml – 473ml) NOTE: Use clean bucket of water to fill solution tank Add cleaning Do not put defoamer, solvents, spotter or chemical prespray chemicals in the solution tank. Do not allow water to spill into vacuum motor inlet. Dry spillag
OPERATIONS Remove electrical cord and literature from STEP recovery tank. Fill solution tank (see filling 1 instructions page 3-5). Plug cord into grounded outlet. Note: Be sure STEP dome is seated on recovery tank, and float 2 shut-off is installed correctly. Adjust brush to proper setting. Note: For STEP good operation the brush must skim the 3 carpet. If circuit breaker trips raise brush to 1/8in prevent damage to motor or carpet. (3mm) CORRECT INCORRECT Turn on brush and vac
OPERATIONS Adjust handle to comfortable operating STEP position. Tip machine back by main handle 5 to move to starting point. Lower machine to floor. STEP 6 Select continuous setting to start solution STEP spray or select intermittent setting to 7 enable use of trigger switches to start solution spray. The intermittent setting requires the INT operator to hold any one of the three trigger switches in the “on” position with the CONT fingers, and is typically used in small areas where s
CLEANING PROCEDURE Start at wall closest to power outlet. Pull STEP straight back without pushing down on 1 handle. Release intermittent trigger switches or STEP turn off continuous setting on solution 2 switch approximately 1 foot before ending cleaning pass. 1ft. (30cm) OFF Push down on handle to raise vacuum STEP shoe and brush before moving to the next 1in. 3 cleaning pass. Overlap brush contact (25mm) area approximately 1inch. During operation, observe the following: The
CLEANING PROCEDURE Use right side of machine for cleaning STEP against walls. 5 After cleaning, turn off all controls, return STEP brush to storage position and carefully 6 unplug machine. OFF OFF OFF To speed drying, use a Windblower ™ fan. STEP 7 Empty recovery tank by releasing dump STEP hose. Use a hose with cold water to clean 8 out the recovery tank. Also drain solution tank after each use. RECOVERY DRAIN SOLUTION DRAIN ADMIRAL 86038230 03/16/07 3-9
ACCESSORY TOOL USAGE Use only one of the following acceptable STEP accessory tools. APRV NO. 1 HT – 86000610 PRV NO. 89227 DDH – 86000060 PRV NO. 89226 DH – 86031540 PRV NO. 39504 Pull back collar and insert over machine mounted fitting, then release collar to lock into place. Lift door on front of vacuum shoe and insert STEP 1 ½ inch hose cuff into hole. 2 Turn on vacuum motor switch and set STEP solution switch to intermittent position. 3 Note: Be sure brush switch is in of
MAINTENANCE SERVICE SCHEDULE MAINTENANCE DAILY WEEKLY QUARTERLY Check machine for cord damage * Check recovery dome and gasket for damage and cleanliness * Check brush – should be clean with no lint or strings attached * Inspect vac shoe for blockage; remove fibers with coat hanger, etc. * Check hoses for wear, blockages, or damage * Check handles, switches, and knobs for damage * Check vac motor intake filter and clean * Run one gallon of water through system
MAINTENANCE PERIODIC MAINTENANCE 7. Remove lint and dirt build-up from brush and Twice a month, flush a white vinegar solution (One housing. quart vinegar to two gallons of water) or anti- NOTE: Brush removal. browning solution (mixed as directed) through the A. To remove brush, grab and pull brush out extractor. This will prevent build-up of alkaline from end opposite drive belt (operator’s residue in the system. If spray jets become clogged, right). Remove other end from brush dr
MAINTENANCE ONLY QUALIFIED MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL ARE TO PERFORM THE FOLLOWING REPAIRS. ! WARNING: VACUUM MOTOR REPLACEMENT Vacuum Motor Carbon Brushes Replacement (Ametek) 1. Turn off all switches and unplug machine. End Cap 2. Remove recovery tank. WARNING: The green Carbon 3. Remove the (2) screws that fasten the solution tank to ground wire must be Brushes the frame, and tilt tank back to expose the inside of the attached for safe operation. frame. See wiring diagram. 4.
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