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Convert to Air Pump (Inflater):

To convert your vacuum to a blower, simply attach the hose to the exhaust port. First, remove the power nozzle, or front head of the vacuum (see page 22 of the owner manual). Place the hooks on the back of the air guard over the attaching bar located on the front of the unit. Push the air guard against the unit and turn the accessory lock clockwise to secure it in place. Remove the outer bag by pressing the bag release button on the top of the bag and rotating the bottom base of the bag away from the unit to remove. Then, connect the hose to the air exhaust port. Simply line up the arrow on the end of the hose with the arrow on the port; twist the hose clockwise until it locks.

Convert to Air Pump (Deflater):

To convert your vacuum to a blower, simply attach the hose to the exhaust port. First, remove the power nozzle, or front head of the vacuum, (see page 22 of the owner manual). Place the hooks on the back of the air guard over the attaching bar located on the front of the unit. Push the air guard against the unit and turn the accessory lock clockwise to secure in it in place. Remove the outer bag by pressing the bag release button on the top of the bag, and rotating the bottom base of the bag away from the unit to remove. Then, connect the hose to the air exhaust port. Simply line up the arrow on the end of the hose with the arrow on the port; twist the hose clockwise until it locks.

How to install the portable sprayer:

The portable sprayer can only be used in the blower mode, so please visit page 26 of your owner manual first. Once your unit is set up in the blower mode, it’s time to set up your sprayer. Unscrew the jar and fill it ¾ full with non-flammable liquid. The dip tube needs to be attached to the sprayer before screwing in the jar. Then, attach the sprayer to the end of the hose. Hold sprayer horizontally and turn the unit on. Squeeze the trigger to spray the solution onto a newspaper to check that it works. Turn the control on the trigger to adjust the spray pattern.

How to install the portable shampooer:

The portable sprayer can only be used in the blower mode (visit page 26 of your owner manual). Place the hooks on the back of the air guard over the attaching bar located on the front of the unit. Push the air guard against the unit and turn the accessory lock clockwise to secure in it in place. Remove the outer bag by pressing the bag release button on the top of the bag, and rotating the bottom base of the bag away from the unit to remove. Then, connect the hose to the air exhaust port. Simply line up the arrow on the end of the hose with the arrow on the port; twist the hose clockwise until it locks.

Once your unit is set up in the blower mode with the hose attached to the front of the unit, it’s time to set up your sprayer. Unscrew the jar and fill it ¾ full with non-flammable liquid. The dip tube needs to be attached to the sprayer before screwing the jar. Then, attach the sprayer to the end of the hose. Hold sprayer horizontally and turn the unit on. Squeeze the trigger to spray the solution onto a newspaper to check that it works. Turn the control on the trigger to adjust the spray pattern.

How to install the Turbo Accessory:

The Turbo Accessory can be used as a sander, polisher, or for scrubbing. It is used with the hose on the front of the unit. First, assemble the turbo sander and unsnap the sander dust shroud and lift off. Then, rotate the clamp levers up on the side of the turbo accessory, slide a sheet of sandpaper into the front clap and lock lever. Tightly wrap the sandpaper around the bottom of the turbo accessory and tuck the end into the rear clamp and lock. On a level surface, reattach the sander dust shroud with the opening to the back, and insert the hose. Hold the turbo accessory at the top and bottom and turn your Kirby on. Then turn the turbo accessory on.