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Valet Central Vacuum Systems
Installation & Operation Manual
Rev 4
Enjoy the peace of
mind that comes with
the generous Valet
Five Year Warranty
Return the warranty
card or register your
warranty online to get
an extra year warranty
for free
Valet Warranty periods
Central Vacuum Power UNits
5 Years Warranty + 1 Year Bonus Warranty
(V-TEN Power Unit has 10 years warranty for domestic use)
Intercom Systems & Security Systems
3 Years Warranty + 1 Year Bonus Warranty
Vacuum Tools, Brushes, Accessories
1 Year Warranty + 1 Year Bonus Warranty
Replacement Vacuum Motors
1 Year Warranty applies to either owner-installed or dealerinstalled replacement motors
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Valet Central Vacuum Installation & Operation
manual.
Rev 4, February 2017
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Contents
INSTALLATION
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Your Valet Power Unit / Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Easy Steps to Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Low Voltage Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connecting The Switch Input. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Fitting The Filter Bag (Bagged models). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Good Installation Standards, Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
PVC Fittings & Duct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Inlet Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installation in Existing Homes & New Constructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Vacuum Hoses & Cleaning Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
OPERATION
Operating Your Central Vacuum System, Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
How To Change The Bag (Bagged units). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
How to Empty The Dirt Canister (Cyclonic & Inverted bag units). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Troubleshooting Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Troubleshooting Guide, Remedies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22
Warranty Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24
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Valet Central Vacuum Installer’s Manual
This product is intended only for Household and Light Commercial Use
Important Safety Instructions
Please read this page Before installation or use
• Read the Installation Manual and ensure correct Installation
• Read the User Manual and ensure correct use of the product/s at all times
• Check and empty the dust bag or bin regularly
•Do not install outside unless proper weather protection is in place
•Do not connect to a non grounded supply or a non approved supply
•Do not service the Motor Unit unless it has been disconnected from the supply
•Do not use with a damaged electrical lead or plug
•Keep the electrical lead away from heated or sharp objects
•Keep inflammable objects or liquids away from the Motor Unit
•Do not place or store anything on top of the Motor Unit
•Do not place or store anything that may restrict the air flow of the Motor Unit
•Do not vent the Motor Unit into a wall, a ceiling, or any enclosed space
•Do not vacuum any wet surfaces
•Do not vacuum any liquids, including any fuels
•Do not vacuum anything that is hot, burning or smoking
•Do not vacuum any ash, even if it appears dormant
•Avoid vacuuming plaster dust or talcum powder, which can cause clogging and
bursting of vacuum bags
•Do not obstruct, block or impede the hose or wall valve inlets
•Keep hair, all parts of the body and loose clothing away from the hose or wall inlets
•Do not use non recommended attachments or accessories
•Pay close attention to children while the system is being used
•Do not allow children to use the system as a toy
Warning
Improper use may cause fire,
electric shock or injury
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Your Valet Power Unit
Lid with rubber seal. Lift
for access to the vacuum
bag. (Bagged units only)
Vacuum inlets.
Mounting Bracket.
One inlet is provided on
each side of canister to
cater for left or right hand
duct entry.
Power unit lifts up to
remove.
Mains power lead.
Hardwired or unpluggable
depending on the model.
An Inlet Plug is supplied
to block the inlet not in
use.
Transportation lock
tabs. Remove before
installation.
Low Voltage Switch
Input. The position of the
Switch Input may vary on
different models.
Exhaust outlet.
Ensure that the exhaust
outlet is not placed against
a wall or obstruction which
could impede airflow.
(See page 8)
Connect the supplied
muffler to this outlet.
Carton Contents
Bag adaptor fits into
the vacuum inlet on the
canister. The bag adaptor
mouth is aligned at 90°
inside the bag.
Inlet Plug
used to block the
unused vacuum
inlet on the
canister.
Clamp Coupling
used to connect
the muffler to the
Exhaust Outlet.
90° Elbow for
fitting the muffler.
12” Muffler connects to the Exhaust
Outlet.
(Supplied with
some models)
(Supplied with some models)
Order spare vacuum bags online
www.valet.com.au
Part No. VAC-122
Genuine Valet Blue Vacuum Bags 3 Pack
Bottom Baffle sits on
the bottom of the canister.
NOTE the correct way up
(shown upside down in
this photo)
Part No. VAC-123
Genuine Valet White Max-Flo™ HEPA Vacuum Bags 2 Pack
a Vacuum Bag is
supplied with each power
unit. 1 x Max-Flo HEPA bag
or 1 x Valet Universal blue
bag depending on the
model
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Central Vacuum Installation Guide
Plan Ahead
POwer Unit Choice
Planning is the key to a successful Central Vacuum
installation. Essentially, the plan will come down to
determining the best location for the wall inlet valves
and the power unit.
To select the correct the correct power unit for the
premises, calculate the distance of PVC pipe required
from the power unit to the last inlet valve and add 1m
for each PVC fitting in that line.
From there, the pathway for the PVC ducting should,
wherever possible follow the most direct and shortest
run.
Easy Steps to Installation
Step
Power Unit LOCATION
The power unit can usually be installed in a garage,
basement or utility room. If it needs to be located
externally, proper weatherproofing is essential and the
correct model must be used.
It is generally best to choose a location near an
exterior wall to minimize the length of the exhaust run.
The power unit should not be boxed in or enclosed
to allow the motor to freely draw fresh air and blow
exhaust air.
Remember that the unit should be accessible for easy
replacement of the bag or emptying the dust bin.
Power unit in the garage
A 230 Volt mains electrical outlet is required within a
metre of the power unit.
Step
Inlet Valve Locations
Inlet valves are usually placed on interior walls, in
hallways, near doorways or close to the bottom of
stairways. Potential furniture placement should be
considered when determining valve locations.
The objective is to use as few inlet valves as possible
to achieve maximum use of the 9 metre hose, while
providing whole house coverage.
Three inlet example
Inlet valves can be situated between studs, clear of
obstructions like plumbing, wiring, heating ducts, etc.
They are typically positioned level with the height of
electrical outlets.
Lay out your inlet locations on a plan of
the premises.
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In new home installations, the system should be
installed at “frame” stage.
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45° Spigot
elbow
45° elbows
Drop
45° Wye
Obstr
uction
Trunk L
90° Sweep tee set
at 45° to horizontal
ine
90° elbow
90° Sweep
Tee
45° elbow
Stop Coupling
90° elbow
Suction Direction
e
h
nc
Lin
Riser
a
Br
Low voltage
cable
90° elbow
90° Short
elbow
Step
PVC Ducting
Low Voltage Wiring
Ducting and low voltage wiring are run together from
the Power Unit to each valve location, in the most
direct line possible. The wiring can be looped or
terminated at each inlet valve
Figure 8 low voltage wiring/cable is readily available
throughout Australia, generally in 14/0.20 or 24/0.20
gauges.
It is recommended that you always use good quality
cable, and be careful to run and secure the cable in a
manner that will provide the best protection from future
damage. The cable is usually best run together with the
PVC ducting, and can usually be strapped to the ducting.
The amount of airflow that is achieved at the hose is
dependent on the efficiency of the layout of the PVC
ducting.
Keep the line as straight as possible and avoid using
tight 90° fittings (except at each inlet) and try to use
90° sweeps wherever possible.
The cable will run from the motor to the first inlet valve
and then loops to the next inlet valve and so on. It is
recommended that the connections are made at the
inlet valves so they are accessible in the future, rather
that join the cable at PVC junctions that may be difficult
to access and to service in the future.
Leave a certain amount of cable slack - Too little can
be a problem with not enough cable to work with or not
enough for future rework of the connection but also too
much can be difficult to push back into the wall.
A 90° elbow is used
at each inlet to fit
within a cavity wall
and the tight bend
helps prevent large
debris from travelling
further into the
ducting
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Damaged or faulty cable, which is rare, can be
substituted by wireless switching devices if absolutely
necessary. Ask your Valet dealer about the VAC-292
Wireless Hose Kit.
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Low Voltage Wiring To Inlet Valves
Loop the low voltage wire from one inlet valve to the next.
To the Power Unit
Switch Input
To additional inlets
Connecting The Switch Input
Your Valet power unit may have one of several types of Switch Input for connection to the low voltage wiring. The
purpose of the Switch Input is the same in all cases - to connect the low voltage wiring to the power unit.
Power Units fitted
with the Valet Control
Board.
Some Power Units
have a pair of springloaded terminals for
the Switch Input.
Connect the low
voltage wiring to the
Switch Input using the
mini plug-in terminal
block provided.
Other types may
have push-on spade
terminals.
Fitting The Filter bag (Bagged Models)
Your Valet power unit (bagged type) is compatible with both Valet Max-Flo™ White bags and Valet Universal Blue
vacuum bags. Installation of both bag types is identical.
1. Expand the bag’s pleats by hand. 2. Fit the bag’s rubber cuff seal over the bag adaptor 3. Valet vacuum bags
are suitable for both Compact and Full height power unit canisters.
Bag Adapter (inlet stem) fits
inside the bag opening
Expand the bag
first
The bag may be folded at the
bottom in compact power units.
Bottom Baffle must be
fitted the correct way up
Lint Filter.
Lift the Bottom Baffle and clear any
fluff or lint from the gauze filter each
time you change the bag.
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Good Installation Standards
Correct
Cut PVC with a Mitre Box or
Tube Cutter and deburr the
cut ends with sandpaper or
a de-burring tool.
Correct
Apply glue to the outside of
pipe only.
Correct
TY in the right direction.
Correct
Dirt should flow from the side
or top of PVC ducting.
Wrong
Improper cutting will not give
a clean or square end.
Efficient air flow.
Wrong
Poor air flow.
Wrong
Correct
Glue applied to the inside
may accumulate and cause
blockages.
Only use approved Vacuum
PVC.
Wrong
Plumbing fittings are not
designed for efficient air
flow.
Correct
TY in the wrong direction.
90° sweeps provide best
efficiency.
Wrong
Wrong
90° short elbows reduce
efficiency.
Correct
Loop the wire at inlet points
so the connection is easily
accessible for service.
Gravity can cause dirt to fall
down the wrong line.
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Wrong
Correct
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Wrong
Connections joined at
junctions may be difficult to
access later for service.
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Installation
No doubt you will have planned the Installation,
understood the Good Installation Standards, and are
prepared for a smooth Installation.
Check that you have the correct material and proper
tools to complete the job without disruption.
Ideally, you will have already completed some training
or at least been involved with another Central Vacuum
Installation, so you will have picked up some valuable
knowledge.
In any event, the following tips may help you:
PVC Fittings
As per the PVC Ducting, the international standard size
for PVC fittings is 2 inches ID (50.8mm), and are generally
only available from dedicated Central Vacuum Suppliers
and Installers.
Poor quality fittings should absolutely be avoided. Loose
fittings may leak and tight fittings will slow down the
installation time, and will have a tendency to crack.
Always use the most appropriate fitting that will provide
the most efficiency in air flow, rather that use the fitting
that you may be on hand at that time.
Do not apply glue to the fitting, as glue applied to the
inside of a fitting may be pushed ahead and create a
rough bead which will reduce airflow and may cause a
blockage.
PVC Ducting
The international standard size for PVC Ducting is 2
Inches OD (50.8mm), so in Australia, the ducting is
generally only available from dedicated Central Vacuum
suppliers and installers.
The ducting should be inserted all the way into the
fitting and turned a quarter of a turn to distribute the
glue evenly.
As quality will vary, it is recommended that you avoid
poor quality PVC which may frustrate you with too loose
or too tight assembly with the fittings.
Accurate cutting, proper cleaning, and gluing is critical
to avoid leaks and possible future blockages.
Care is required when installing in new home constructions
so that the ducting is not damaged or fixed in locations
that may interfere with other trades. Any resulting leak
after the ducting is covered by a wall may prove difficult
to repair.
Do not install PVC Ducting within concrete slabs.
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Inlet Valves
In some cases, you may need to mount the Wall Valve
on the floor, particularly in homes that are already built
and access to the wall space is difficult.
Valet inlet valves are available in a variety of models for
different applications.
Standard Series valves are the most common and will fit
most existing wall valve openings. The iStyle designer
series offers a choice of attractive colours and finishes
to complement any decor.
Standard Series inlet valves in
White, Ivory or Black.
Floor valve
installation
Take time and pay attention to finding the best location
for the wall valves so that they cover the greatest area
of cleaning, reducing the need to move the hose too
often from valve to valve. A standard hose is 9 metres
and is a good manageable size, however, if absolutely
necessary, longer hoses are available.
Glue
Utility Valve
for an extra
point in the
garage.
The PVC glue is actually a solvent which melts the pipe
and fitting together. There are different qualities of glue
and different glues dependant on the application.
iStyle designer series inlet
valves in a variety of colours.
The valves are generally available with either a “pin jack”
arrangement, where, on inserting the hose, the pins are
shorted and the Vac is switched on (Standard Series and
iStyle), or will have a micro switch in the valve which is
activated by the hose cuff (Utility valve).
• Clean surfaces before gluing.
• Apply glue to pipe not fittings.
Most wall valves are internationally compatible with most
hoses although there may be exceptions.
In Australia, you should use the Blue PVC glue. Green
(which has greater strength) may be used if Blue is not
available. Do not use Clear glue which is made for non
pressure applications.
For best fit and ease of installation please use the
recommended back plate for wall valves.
Wall valves are usually mounted on internal walls
and generally at the same height as power points for
consistency, however you can choose your own height
if needed. You can also consider installing a power point
next to the valve if you are planning to use a high voltage
hose and turbo style cleaning head.
Ensure that the ducting and fittings are free of dirt, grime
and burrs. Always wipe both surfaces with a clean cloth
and if there is excess grime or foreign matter you should
clean the areas with a pink PVC primer before applying
the glue.
Only apply the glue to the ducting, as glue applied to
the inside of a fitting may be pushed ahead and create
a rough bead which will reduce airflow and may cause
a blockage. The ducting should be inserted all the way
into the fitting and turned a quarter of a turn to distribute
the glue evenly.
Wall valve
installation
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Existing Homes
which may often be at the same height as power points
for consistency.
Installation of a central vacuum system in existing
constructions is not only possible but in most cases is
quite simple.
The PVC duct, together with the low voltage wiring
will run through to the bottom plate, or up through the
nogging and top plate.
While there can be extra challenges to installing in some
existing houses, often the installation is much easier
than anticipated.
Once the home is completed, the inlet valves can be
installed, preferably after the walls have been painted.
The two lugs on the wall valve will be connected to the
cable, or 2 cables if the wiring at that valve is looped to
the next wall valve.
Wall valve installed in an
existing home.
In this case, installation is
made easy from under the
house and through a closet
wall.
Wall
valve
Internal
cavity
wall
Hold the wall valve with the hinge at the bottom, and
with a twisting motion, slide the rear of the valve into
the mounting plate. Do not use glue as the gasket in
the mounting plate will provide a positive seal. If the
valve does not reach the mounting plate an inlet valve
extension can be used.
Closet
Space
Flaps up or down? Many people prefer to install wall
valves with the flap hinging downwards for easy access
to the inlet. There is no correct way - hinge up or hinge
down is up to your personal preference.
Many houses may only require two or three wall valves,
and access to these may sometimes be made underfloor,
or through a cupboard as an example.
New Installations
Double brick or concrete constructions will require
greater planning and expertise, and often may involve
the assistance of the builder. This guide is not intended
to address those types of installations or applications.
In relation to the standard timber frame construction, the
PVC ducting will be installed at “frame stage”.
Wall valve installed ‘Hinge Up’
Typical timber or steel frame
construction. Mounting plate
attached to a stud.
Simply screw the wall valve to the mounting plate to
complete the task. If the PVC ducting is directly behind
the screw locations be sure to use short screws that will
not reach and puncture the duct.
In this case the PVC pipe is
installed underfloor.
Once the Inlet Valve location has been decided, the
mounting plate can be fixed to the stud with nails or
screws. Ensure you have the chosen the best height,
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Vacuum Hoses
Special Applications
There will be many special applications that may require
greater knowledge, expertise or assistance. It is not
recommended that you attempt difficult installations
without seeking advice or assistance which is readily
available.
For example, homes with flat roofs and slab floors may
require external ducting, or ducting that may be best
trenched around the home.
Standard Hose. Plug in
to the inlet valve to turn
on the power unit.
Switch Hose with the
convenience of an On/Off
switch on the handle.
Available in 9m, 10m &
12m lengths.
Available in 9m, 10.5m & 12m
lengths.
Similarly, double brick or concrete constructions will
require greater planning and often may involve the
builder. This guide is not intended to address those type
of installations or applications.
Also available:
Hose extenders in 3m, 5m & 6m.
Quick Care Stretch Hose extends to 9m and collapses down to a
convenient 3m.
9m Speed Control Hose with On/Off and variable speed slider
switch for use with compatible power units.
A variety of Valet vacuum hoses are available including,
standard hose, switched hose, speed control hose,
wireless switched hose and high voltage hose.
Generally these are interchangeable, although it is
always best to decide which hose is to be used in
advance of the installation process.
Importantly, the standard hose length of 9 metres is a
good manageable size, however, if absolutely necessary,
longer hoses and hose extensions are available.
Cleaning Tools & Accessories
A wide variety of floor tools and brushes are available
from your Valet dealer or at Valet online.
You will need at least a hose, a telescopic wand and a
floor tool (a combination tool being the most versatile
and popular choice).
From there you can choose from a wide variety of useful
accessories for your cleaning toolkit, just ask your Valet
dealer.
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Installation Plan
Operation and care
Contents
Operating Your Central Vacuum System, Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
How To Change The Bag (Bagged units). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
How to Empty The Dirt Canister (Cyclonic & Inverted bag units). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Troubleshooting Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Troubleshooting Guide, Remedies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22
Warranty Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24
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OWNER’S Manual
Operating Your Central Vacuum System
Your central vacuum system has been engineered for a long, trouble-free
service life. Your power unit is covered by a factory limited warranty that is
enclosed with these instructions.
Please read your limited warranty carefully. If your owner’s manual came with a
warranty card, fill it out and return it to Valet within ten (10) days of installation.
Return the card to the free post address on the card or register your warranty
online. Remember, your warranty does not cover abuse or misuse of the
equipment.
If your owner’s manual did not come with a warranty card you can register
online at www.valet.com.au
Hoses and CLEANING TOOLS
It is very important to utilise the tool that is designed for a particular cleaning
job in order to obtain full efficiency from your system. There are also a range
other special carpet & flooring tools available, which are not included as part
of the normal tool kits. For example, these include, a vibrating upholstery
tool, a pet grooming tool, and a hand held air turbine. In addition, there are
accessories designed to allow you to safely pick up liquids with your cleaning
system such as the Wet Pick-Up. Each of these tools is available for purchase
from your local dealer.
VACUUM INLETS
When opening the door of the vacuum inlet valve to insert the hose, care
should be taken not to distort the door by forcing it too far open. Do not try to
open the door of another inlet while the power unit is running as the suction
may pull the rubber gasket from the door.
If using a standard hose hold the inlet valve’s door open for a few seconds
after removing the hose until the suction stops. Do not let the flap slam shut
with the motor still running as this may damage the motor or the inlet valve.
If the power unit continues to run after the hose is removed from the inlet,
disconnect the electrical supply to the power unit and notify your local dealer
or serviceman.
POWER UNIT MOTOR
Your Valet Power Unit motor uses sealed bearings which require no oil or
other maintenance.
Your Power Unit, depending on the model, may have a thermal switch, circuit
breaker or fuse which act to turn off the unit in the event of a power surge or
overheating.
If your unit stops working please consult the Troubleshooting guide on page
19-22 or call your Valet service dealer.
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Sealed Paper Bag Systems
Sealed Bag units either use the blue Valet universal two layer paper bag, or
the white Valet Max-Flo™ HEPA multi layer synthetic bag that offers greater
efficiency. Both provide superior filtration, are low cost and easily disposable.
The bag is a convenient and reliable storage method to collect all of the dirt
and debris when vacuuming with your central system.
Always use genuine Valet vacuum bags.
How to change the Filter bag
1
1 Remove the lid off the canister by lifting up. There are no hinges or clamps
on most power units.
5
2 Remove the full bag by sliding the bag’s rubber cuff and collar off the
2
plastic inlet stem (bag adaptor) inside the canister. Once the bag is off
the inlet stem, seal the dirt in using the self-adhesive tab provided on the
bag’s collar. Then lift the paper bag from the dirt canister and dispose in
your normal household rubbish bin.
3 Take a new bag of your choice, blue or white. For best performance the
bag should be expanded before installation by simply pulling on opposite
sites of the bag.
4 Insert the bag in the canister and slide the bag’s rubber gasket onto the
inlet stem until it seals in the inlet stem’s groove.
5 Carefully replace the lid on the dirt canister to ensure that it seals properly
or it could cause a vacuum leak and reduce the cleaning efficiency of
your system.
3
NOTE: The Lint Filter inside the canister should be inspected and cleaned each
time you change the bag, especially if you notice a large amount of dust inside
the canister which could indicate that the bag has burst or fallen off the inlet stem.
See Cleaning The Lint Filter.
How Often Should I Check Or Empty The Filter Bag?
The filter bag should be changed when it has accumulated 100–150mm of
dirt or any time there is a noticeable reduction of air flow at the cleaning tool.
Initially, the bag should be checked or emptied monthly until you have an idea
as to how long it takes to half fill the bag under your normal cleaning routine.
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All vacuum systems will function more effectively if they are emptied frequently.
Under no circumstances should you allow your bag to become more than 3/4
full before emptying.
Note: The bag will fill more rapidly when cleaning NEW carpets. There is
usually a tremendous quantity of loose fibres retained in the carpet from the
manufacturing process. In some instances it may take several months before
all of these loose fibres are removed from new carpets.
Cleaning the lint
filter
Clear any fluff or lint from the
gauze filter each time you
change the bag.
inside the canister
Remove the bag then lift up the
Bottom Baffle to reveal the Lint
Filter.
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Remove any fluff or lint from
the Lint Filter then replace the
Bottom Baffle.
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Cyclonic & Inverted bag Systems
The volume of dirt and debris picked up by your central vacuum system is
deposited in the dirt canister or inverted bag. The dirt canister is attached to
the bottom of your power unit (single canister units) or filter canister (if split
system unit) and will need to be emptied on a periodic basis. To empty the
dirt can or inverted bag , follow these simple steps:
How to Empty the dirt canister
Single Canister Units
1
4
1.To remove the dirt canister, support the bottom of the canister with your
knee1, then unsnap the two dirt canister latches by grasping the lower end
of each latch and pulling straight away from the canister. (Note: The latches
may be tight, but do not try to adjust them. They need to latch tightly, to
ensure a proper seal, which is important in the operation of the cyclonic
separation.)
2. Carefully lower the dirt container and empty the debris into any suitable
trash container.
3. Cyclonic Units - check the vacuum protection screen by looking up
or feeling up inside the dirt canister to remove any debris that may have
become stuck on the screen up inside the metal cone. A plastic bag may
be placed over the bottom portion of the top canister. Then, while holding
the plastic bag tightly around the canister with one hand, push the bag up
inside with the other hand and brush the screen surface. In this way, the
screen can be cleaned without getting any dust or debris on the floor or
hands.
2
Some Cyclonic units may have an optional Electro-Static screen. To remove
the screen, pull down on the tab until the screen comes down through
the metal cone. Clean the electrostatic screen by vacuuming, rinsing with
water, or shaking. IMPORTANT: If you rinse the screen, make sure it is
dry before placing it back in the unit or it will void warranty. To replace the
screen, fold it and place it inside of the top of the metal cone. Then, allow
the Electro-Static screen to expand until it covers the entire opening.
Inverted Bag Units - It is not necessary to remove the inverted bag
to clean. A plastic bag may be placed over the bottom portion of the top
canister. Then, while holding the plastic bag tightly around the canister with
one hand, push the bag up inside with the other hand, and brush/shake
the bag surface to loosen any dust and debris that may have accumulated
on the bag. In this way, the bag can be cleaned without getting any dust
or debris on the floor or hands. Ideally, the bag should be cleaned every
time you empty the dust bin.
4. Replace the dirt canister by slipping the rim of the dirt canister over the lip
of the top can until it is seated against the rim gasket. Then while holding
the canister in place with your knee1, fasten the two latches. Do this by
hooking the top lip of each latch over the rim of the top can and then press
straight in on the bottom of the latches until they lock.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Your Valet Vacuum System has been engineered and manufactured to provide many years of carefree
service. Should your system fail for any reason, the following chart and instructions will assist you to restore
good working order.
Cause
Symptom
See the list of probable causes on the
following pages.
Power
Unit does
not run
No
Airflow
1. Power Cord
2. Unit Circuit Breaker or Fuse
3. Home Circuit Breaker
Low
Airflow
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4. Unit Thermal Switch (some models)
5. Electrical power point
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6. Wall Inlet switch stuck off
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11. PVC ducting blocked
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15. Dirt canister gasket loose
•
17. Dirt canister not latched
18. Wall inlet valve door open
19. Lint filter clogged
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20. Relay stuck on
21. Relay stuck off
22. Control PCB Faulty
23. Loose internal connection in unit
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24. Hose plugged into another valve
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25. LED Light is off
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26. Cannot turn off using switch hose
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13. Filter bag clogged
16. Outside exhaust blocked
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12. Dirt canister overflow
14. Dirt canister lid is off or not seated
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9. Low voltage wire shorted
10. Flexible hose blocked
Power
Unit
cycles on
& off
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7. Wall Inlet switch stuck on
8. Low voltage wire broken
Power
Unit
continues
to run
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Troubleshooting Guide
foreign material lodged there that may have trapped
the ball. If the Vacuum continues to run, turn the
Power unit off at the power point and call your
service technician.
Possible Cause Descriptions
1.Power Cord
Make sure that the power cord is plugged into the
power point and that the power point is working
and is turned on.
If your wall valve has two pins inside the neck (most
modern models) check that the pins are not broken
off and can retract freely when pushed in.
2.Unit Circuit Breaker or Fuse
If your unit has a circuit breaker, it may have tripped
(popped out) due to overheating or a power spike.
Check the button and push to reset. If the button
pops out again call your service technician. On units
with fuses, check and replace with correct fuse. If
the fuse blows again, call for service.
8.Low voltage wire broken
Usually, if more than one wall valve is inoperative
the problem may be caused by a fault in the
low voltage cable. If the cable is only terminated
behind each valve and at the Power unit, a visual
inspection may locate the problem. If the cable is
faulty behind a wall, your service technician will
likely be required. In the even that a broken cable
exists in an inaccessible location, the addition of a
wireless switching device may be required to rectify
the problem.
3.Home Circuit Breaker
Check your home electrical fuse/breaker board. If
the fuse has blown or circuit breaker tripped, there
may be too many electrical appliances on the same
circuit. You may need to unplug some of these
or move some to another circuit. If the problem
continues you may need to call your electrician.
9.Low voltage wire shorted
Unplug the low voltage wiring at the Power Unit.
If that stops the unit running, there will be a short
circuit in the wiring or a wall valve may have a stuck
switch, as outlined in “7” above. If the unit does not
stop, there will be a fault inside the unit as outlined in
“20” below, and will require your service technician
to carry out any repairs.
4.Unit Thermal Switch (some models)
Some Vacuum models have an internal thermal
switch that when overheated will stop the unit
running. It may require a period of 10 to 20 minutes
to cool before it will automatically reset.
10. Flexible hose blocked
If airflow through the hose is poor, remove the hose
from the wall valve, and start the Power unit by
pushing the metal ball in the valve or by shorting
out the two pins. If the airflow at the valve is good,
there will likely be a blockage in the hose or wand.
5.Electrical power point
Check that the power point is working by plugging
a lamp or other electrical device into the point. If
faulty, the Vacuum can be plugged into another
power point if available nearby while you have your
electrician rectify the fault.
If the blockage is in the wand, it can be disassembled
and cleaned.
6. Wall Inlet switch stuck off
To check, plug your flexible hose into another wall
valve. If that works, the inoperative wall valve may
have a loose or faulty micro switch, or the hose metal
band may not be making contact with pin jacks on
the valve. The cable fixed to the rear of the valve
may have become dislodged. If the switch can’t be
tightened or if the problem is not obvious you will
need to call your service technician.
If the blockage is in the hose, lay the hose out
straight, then with the hose plugged into the wall
valve and the Power unit running, gently stretch
the hose starting at the furthest end from the valve,
working towards the valve. If this is not successful,
reverse the hose by unscrewing the handle and
hose cuff and swapping them to opposite ends of
the hose (depending on the type of hose and if the
hose ends can be unscrewed) and run the vacuum
by plugging the reversed hose it into the wall.
7. Wall Inlet switch stuck on
If your wall valve has a micro switch (older models
and utility valves only), check that the steel ball
located at the neck of the valve inlet is not stuck.
Rolling the ball with your finger may loosen any
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If that does not clear the blockage, there are
additional options that may help, including:
• Pushing a long PVC conduit through the hose
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14. Dirt canister lid off
If your Vacuum Power unit has a lid, the lid must
be placed squarely on the top of the dirt canister,
otherwise the vacuum will leak causing a reduction
or complete loss of suction.
• Running a screwdriver with a handle diameter
of at least 20mm through the hose, handle first.
• Hold one end of a 10 to 12 metre length of string
and vacuum the other end through the hose.
Switch off the Power unit, and attach a brush
or other similar object to one end of the string,
pulling the string and object through the hose.
15. Dirt canister gasket loose
If the dirt canister gasket has been dislodged or is
loose, there will a be vacuum leak which will also
significantly reduce any performance. The seal may
need to be glued back into position.
11. PVC ducting blocked
Check the airflow at the Power unit. If there is good
flow there but not at all wall the valves, the PVC
ducting behind the wall may be cracked, broken
or blocked. You may need to call your service
technician.
16. Outside exhaust blocked
If there is poor air flow at the end of the exhaust line,
but the air flow is better at the exhaust on the power
unit with the exhaust line removed, there will be a
blockage in that section of PVC ducting.
If you prop open furthest wall valve and run the
Power unit by shorting out its low voltage pins, you
may determine if you have a blockage or a break.
You may need to call your service technician.
If there is little air flowing out of the Power unit
exhaust, there is likely to be an obstruction in the
ducting rather than a break. You could try plugging
in the nozzle of a portable vacuum unit into a wall
valve which may suck out the obstruction.
17. Dirt canister not latched
If your Power unit has a latching clips on the lid or
dirt canister, ensure it is properly closed or latched,
as any leak will greatly reduce performance.
12. Dirt canister overflow
If you have a bagless Cyclonic Power Unit, a full or
overflowing dust bin will impede the efficiency of
your unit resulting in poor performance.
18. Wall inlet valve door open
Only one inlet wall valve should be opened for use
at any one time. A slight opening or leak in any valve
other than the one you are using will greatly reduce
performance.
While your system newly installed it is advisable
to check the dust bin regularly until you develop a
sense of how long it takes to fill the bin.
19. Lint Filter clogged
The lint filter located under the bottom baffle may
clog, causing poor performance, if the dirt canister is
overflowing or the bag has burst. This metal gauze lint
filter is easily accessible under the bottom baffle and
should be checked each time the bag is changed.
See Page 17. Cleaning The Lint Filter
13. Filter bag clogged
If you have a paper or cloth bag Power Unit, a full
bag will impede the efficiency of your unit resulting
in poor performance.
While your system newly installed it is advisable to
check the bag regularly until you develop a sense
of how long it takes to fill the bag.
20. Relay stuck on
Some Power units may have an internal relay, rather
than a solid state control board to switch the unit.
Very fine material such as concrete dust can clog a
bag very quickly. Vacuuming such materials is not
recommended.
As mentioned in “9” above, if you have unplugged
the low voltage wiring, and the Power unit still runs,
then you will need to switch the Power unit off at the
power point.
If vacuuming of fine material is unavoidable, the bag
should be replaced immediately after the cleanup
is completed or during the cleanup if there is a loss
in performance while vacuuming.
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Internal service to the Power unit should only be
carried out by qualified persons. Please call your
service technician.
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21. Relay stuck off
Some Power units may have an internal relay, rather
than a solid state control board to switch the unit.
If the procedures described in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7
do not correct the problem whereby the unit won’t
start, there could be a fault in the relay, the internal
transformer, or a loose connection in the Power unit.
Internal service to the Power unit should only be
carried out by qualified persons. Please call your
service technician.
22. Control PCB Faulty
Some Power units have a solid state control board
instead of a relay.
If the procedures described in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7
do not correct the problem whereby the unit won’t
start, there could be a fault in the Control PCB, or a
loose connection in the Power unit.
Internal service to the Power unit should only be
carried out by qualified persons. Please call your
service technician.
23. Loose internal connection in unit
Refer to “21” and “22” above.
24. Hose plugged into another wall valve
Refer to “18” above.
25. LED Light
Some Power units have an LED light on the side of
the canister to tell you there is power at the unit. If
the light is not on, refer to “5” above.
26. Cannot turn off using switch hose
Ensure the hose is plugged into the inlet valve with
the hose cuff locating lug in the correct position.
Rotate the hose cuff so the lug sits between the two
locators correctly.
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a) All Products – 90 day cover, after installation. On site cover for defective workmanship or material will be at no
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from the date of purchase. The purchaser is responsible for return freight costs to the nearest Dealer.
c) Security Systems – Two years cover for products manufactured by Ness Corporation. iCentral will replace
or repair a defective component for 24 months from the date of purchase. The warranty period for equipment
supplied by iCentral but not of Ness manufacture will be 12 months unless stated otherwise. Security products
are not covered by an on site warranty and must be returned to iCentral for claims. The purchaser is responsible
for return freight costs to the nearest Dealer.
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model which is ten years for domestic use). iCentral will replace or repair any defective component during the
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d) The product is opened, disassembled, or serviced by a person other than an iCentral recognised Dealer or
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to be returned for repair to iCentral’s recognised Dealer or repair agent. iCentral will not accept responsibility for
damage to the product caused by unsuitable or inadequate packing.
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incomplete installation or operation by the consumer, Acts of God, vermin or foreign matter such as dirt and
moisture entering the product.
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and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
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