Wastewater is a mixture of water, a small amount of resin, and a small amount of detergent and should be properly treated before disposal.
①Allow the cloudy wastewater to settle for approximately 10 hours to allow the waste material to settle.
②Decant the liquid. After settling, pour the upper layer of liquid into a drain. The waste material at the bottom can be exposed to sunlight until the resin hardens, then disposed of as regular solid waste.
After prolonged use, the solvent in the detergent bucket may become cloudy. You can process it for reuse using the following method (recommended every month or after cleaning 20 models with a height of 10.1 inches to maintain cleaning effectiveness).
①Pour the cloudy detergent into another container with a larger opening and let it settle for about 10 hours to precipitate the resin. At the same time, rinse the detergent bucket with water.
②Decant the liquid. After settling, filter the upper solution, pour it back into the detergent bucket, and tightly seal the lid for the next cleaning.
③Place the lower solution in the sunlight until the resin hardens, then dispose of it as regular solid waste.
Before cleaning the machine, ensure that you turn off the power and unplug the power cord for safety.
After extended use, the rotor inside the bucket may accumulate sediment, potentially leading to abnormal rotation. It needs to be removed for cleaning.
①Open the machine door, use an M4.0 Allen Key to unscrew the securing screws, and remove the rotor from the bottom of the bucket.
②Clean the rotor and use an M4.0 Allen Key to tighten the securing screws to reinstall the rotor into the machine.
Regularly clean the filters to prevent residue from clogging the drainage pipes and affecting drainage.
①Open the machine door and remove the two filters from the bottom of the bucket.
②Use a brush or other tools to clean the filters.
③Reinstall the two filters into the machine.
①Open the machine cover, add clean water to the working bucket, and gently clean the interior walls of the working bucket with a plastic scraper. (Note: Do not use sharp objects to wipe the interior bucket walls)
②After cleaning, click the "START/PAUSE" button on the machine's control panel to continue the previous process.
Regularly clean the bucket filter to prevent residue from clogging the inlet. If the filter has been in use for more than 3 months, it is recommended to replace it.
①Open the bucket cover and remove the filter. (The image uses the detergent bucket as an example)
②Use a brush or other tools to clean the filter. If the filter has been in use for an extended period or is difficult to clean, please replace it.
③Reinstall the filter into the bucket.
If the machine will not be used for an extended period, clean it before storage. If the interior of the machine is very dirty, clean it as follows and then proceed with the overall cleaning process.
①Pour out the liquid from the detergent bucket and water bucket and clean the buckets thoroughly.
②Place tubes 1/2/3 in a container filled with clean water, while tube 4 remains in the wastewater bucket.
③Close the machine door, select the AUTO mode, and press the START/STOP button to start the entire process.
④Once the inside of the machine has air-dried, store the machine in a cool, shaded place.
If the water tube is cracked or damaged, please replace it promptly.
①Turn off the power and unplug the power cord.
②First, remove the fixing plug, then press down on the safety valve on the L-shaped connector and pull out the water tube.
③Insert the new water tube into the L-shaped connector, gently pull it, and confirm if it is securely attached. Finally, secure it with the fixing plug.
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