Ghibli M 21 I User Manual Page: 17

Ghibli M 21 I User Manual Page: 17
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- Remove the detergent container (21
Fig.20) lifting it by the handles.
- Remove the cap (20 Fig.10) of the de-
tergent container and empty the residual
liquid into a suitable container.
- Wash the inside of the detergent contain-
er with running water.
- Reassemble all of the parts performing
these operations in the reverse order.
- Pour clean water into the detergent con-
tainer, electrically connect the appliance
and start the dosing pump by pressing
the switch (25 Fig.13).
- Clean the circuit by pressing the switch
(28 Fig.15) or the lever (32 Fig.15), de-
pending on the type of nozzle.
- Dispense the liquid from the nozzle until
clean water comes out.
- Empty the water in the detergent tank as
described above.
Cleaning the appliance body
- Clean the unit body with a cloth damp-
ened with water or a mild detergent;
DANGER:
Do not wash the appliance using jets of
water.
Periodic checks
Checking the air outlet filter
- Loosen the screws (38 Fig.22) and re-
move the cover (39 Fig.22)
- Remove the filter sponge (40 Fig.23) and
clean it with a blast of air (Fig.24).
The filter sponge can be washed in warm
water and must only be replaced once it
is completely dry. If it is too dirty, replace
it with a new one.
- Reassemble all the parts by following the
dismantling process steps in the reverse
order.
Cleaning the detergent
dispensing nozzle
If you note that the detergent is not dispensed
evenly, clean the nozzle as described be-
low:
- Remove the ring nut (37 Fig.25).
- Remove the nozzle (38 Fig.25) and clean
it with running water, if it is clogged use a
pin being careful not to distort the shape
of the nozzle.
- Reassemble all of the parts performing
these operations in the reverse order.
Cleaning the detergent suction filter
If you note that the detergent is not being
suctioned properly, check and clean the suc-
tion filter located inside the detergent tank.
- Using a screw driver, loosen the suction
cap (39 Fig.26) and remove it from the
tank with the relative suction hose.
- Remove the filter (40 Fig.26) and wash it
under running water; if it is too clogged it
should be replaced.
- Reassemble all of the parts performing
these operations in the reverse order.
Replacing the floor nozzle squeegee
(if present)
If when washing the floors the washing liquid
is not suctioned properly and the floor or car-
pet remains wet, check the condition of the
squeegee (41 Fig.27).
If the squeegee is worn or damaged replace
it by slipping the squeegee and its bristles off
the nozzle as shown in figure 27.
SPARE PARTS
Manual nozzle (vers. auto)
Code 7180085
Extractor M7 + strip Code 6010692
Small nozzle Code 6010695