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|Annual energy consumption||33.2 kWh|
|Maximum input power||900 W|
|AC input frequency||50 - 60 Hz|
|AC input voltage||220-240 V|
|Noise level||80 dB|
|Operating radius||7.5 m|
|Green (Eco) compliant||Yes|
|Vacuum air filtering||HEPA|
|Cleaning surfaces||Carpet, Hard floor|
|Air filtration stages quantity||6|
|Dirt separating method||Filtering|
|Cable length||5 m|
|Power cable length||5 m|
|Dust container type||Combi|
|Dust capacity||7.5 L|
|Product colour||Black, Grey, Yellow|
|Automatic cord rewinder||Yes|
|Cord length||5 m|
|Number of nozzles||1|
|Upholstery nozzle included||Yes|
|Number of dust bags||1 pc(s)|
Can't find the answer to your question in the manual? You may find the answer to your question in the FAQs about the Sencor SVC 900 below.
Your Sencor vacuum cleaner losing suction power can be due to the following causes: - The suction power is not set to maximum - The dust container or dust bag is full - The hose, brush or tube is clogged
A clean filter is important to maintain the vacuum cleaner's suction power. Therefore, check the filter regularly. When a filter is clogged, dust absorption decreases and energy consumption increases.
A commonly used method is to put a little washing powder in the dust container or the dust bag.
For allergy sufferers, vacuuming the house at least twice a week is recommended.
The Sencor SVC 900 has a weight of 5600 g.
The Sencor SVC 900 has a height of 250 mm.
The Sencor SVC 900 has a width of 350 mm.
The Sencor SVC 900 has a depth of 420 mm.
Yes, the manual of the Sencor SVC 900 is available in English .
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