Big powerul cyclonic style vacuum cleaner with ERP Class A#C6231

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Model: C6231



Cord length 5m

Dust capacity 1.8L

Speed control on body

Automatic cord rewinder


Product size:355 x 251 x 290mm

Carton Size:410 x 265 x 325mm


Load quantity:805/1700/1945pcs


Vacuum (Kpa):17-18



700W   :Energy A,Carpet E,Floor B,suction power 170W

800W   :Energy B,Carpet E,Floor A

900W   :Energy C,Carpet E,Floor A

1000W :Energy C,Carpet D,Floor A

1200W :Energy D,Carpet C,Floor A

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Trademark:OEM, ODM

Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons

Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC


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Q:Vacuum will not turn off?
since you pulled it out of the bottom i would look for a wire to the switch that might have been pulled off
Q:Who to sell Kirby vacuum cleaners to?
most people will go to walmart or Target to buy a vac for a hundred bucks. yours can be 10 times that. what would you do? get another job someplace.
Q:When did Amish people stop using elephants as vacuum cleaners?
when they found the Crumb Pet Table Top Vacuum - Black Sheep
Q:Is going door to door like a cheap vacuum cleaner salesman the best way to spread the eternal word of god?
To offer an answer to your question, I'd say going door-to-door spreading good things for others but otherwise leaving them alone is the way. Any religion that teaches otherwise seems very damaging. Do you know what a hobo is? When I was a boy, the hobos went door-to-door, looking for handouts or food or clothing. But they would WORK. They would till the garden, cut tree limbs, even repair the old screen door, then leave. They had better manners and sense than the door-to-door xtians!
Q:In TV ads, why are women using the vacuum and cleaning the shower?
Advertisers know that if it was down to men to buy these products they would go bust. That's why they aim the market at woman. It's the same with D.I.Y adverts the man is always using the drill etc. Leave it be. From a personal point of view. Woman want there man to help with the cleaning and general housekeeping. But us men deep down know that when woman dream about their fantasy man they don't want to think he cleans the bath or does the hoovering or the dishes, they want to think of him sweating with a big manly tool in his hand. Bigger the better if you know what I mean.
Q:Vacuum cleaners: Dyson 24 or shark Navigator-which would be easier for a wheelchair user to use?
The new dyson dc24 with the ball is super duper light weight and easy to push and turn. I don't know anything about a shark. The dyson is nice because the hose is so easy to pop out, and it has a handle so one could easily clean crevices and corners. The switches are on the main part of the vacuum, right below the handle and above the canister. It would work very well in a small room because it is a small vacuum.
Q:Do Kirby vacuum cleaners really live up to the hype?
No they are not worth it. My wife bought one from a friend who became a saleswoman. It doesn't pick up dirt that well. It is a major nuisance to change over from vacuum to rug shampooer. It has a tendency to spill the cleaning liquid (dirty water that it sucked out of the carpet) so that most of the rug is OK but there are some really dirty parts where the liquid slopped out. If you switch from one mode to the other and don't get it together perfectly it will not turn on at all. My wife claims she doesn't know how to run anything that complicated. I stick to my ShopVac if I need to vacuum something. We have no dogs so hair removal is not an issue for us. Short answer is don't bother. Get a regular vacuum and rent a rug cleaner when you need one.
Q:Why are vacuum cleaners so expensive ?
The price is demand driven Most people these days don't sweep their floor, most prefer to just walk around with a vacuum cleaner No matter how expensive, people will still buy them
Q:Do people know that dyson vacuum cleaners are ****?
While I've only heard good things from people who have bought DYSONS- I believe that proper maintance is really key... I have an older vacuum a HOOVER-SAVVY which I LOVE.. I've had it for just over 5 yrs. and it works very well. In fact when it came out it was rated as good as, or better than a DYSON and it cost 1/2 as much... I also since the vacuum was a gift I purchased the extended warranty which has been a great purchase and still was cheaper than a DYSON.. The warranty covered pretty much everything except filters.... So, I would take my vacuum in- 2x a year for it's annual clean check ( I would call under warranty and tell them it wasn't working properly) and basically come home with a new vacuum... I believe that anything you buy and use regularly and I vacuum almost everyday needs upkeep and maintanace... So, to anyone that buys a DYSON and finds it to be sub-par I would send it back under warranty and keep sending it back until the problem is fixed or they send you a new one... I have a set of CALPHALON non-stick commercial grade pans... I got them for a wedding present ($200.00)... They have a 10 yr. warranty. I send them back every couple of years and get a BRAND-'NEW set. No questions asked... After the 10 yrs. are up I'll probably just buy some other pans... I don't like them... However, if I can get brand new pans every yr. then why not? Read and use the warranty... good luck
Q:My dog is scared of everything please help?
My dog is scared of loud noises, vacuum cleaners, spray bottles, dishes clanking, the stove being turned on etc. The thing that works the best is to give him lots of encouragement. Tell him what a good dog he is, give him treats and encourage him to stand up and be a happy puppy. Do NOT push him into anything though. As soon as you force your dog to do something he is not comfortable with he might snap at you because he is scared and has been abused before. (I think my dog has been, we got him from the humane society). So the important thing is no bullying, no physically shoving him, no hitting. Pet him and have a happy voice. This seemed to really work with my dog in becoming more confident and not as scared. **Also it's important to reinforce his good behavior (or less scared behavior) every time it goes on. My dog sometimes relapses but after encouragement is fine.

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