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HITACHI CV610
Owner's Manual


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Description of HITACHI CV610 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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To reassemble, insert the projection on the flap into the top case and clip the âUâ pieces on to the projections opposite the retaining clips. Press down the flap until a click is heard.

2.2 Dismantling and Reassembling the Lid
Dismantle the panel as described above, remove the hinge pins, then remove the top accessory lid followed by the dust compartment lid by sliding it out To reassemble, put the dust compartment lid together with the top accessory lid in the hinge plates, insert the hinge pins, then replace the panel.

2.3 Removing and Replacing the Switch
Dismantle the panel and the switch flap, then press the clip under the switch and slide it out from the plate. To replace, push the switch into the plate.

2.4 Removing the Control Board
Dismantle the panel, take out the control board from the slots and remove all the connections (noting the position of each connector). To replace, follow the reverse procedure. ATTENTION! When reassembling, the potentiometer slider and the control knob must be placed in the same extreme position to fit together.

2.5 Dismantling and Reassembling the Cover
Remove the grille, panel, control board and the two lids. Unscrew six screws, remove the switch and its connectors. Pull out a short piece of the supply lead, (use a screwdriver to remove the outlet cover if necessary), remove the clip on top of the outlet cover and pass the supply lead through the outlet and cover, then remove the cover. To reassemble, pass the supply lead through the cover aperture and outlet. Pass the motor and winder conductors through the cover aperture (also reconnect the small cooling hose). Then put the cover on the casing so that both pressings should fit in well together. Press the trim in the front, between both pressings and screw on the cover. Then click the outlet into the cover. Refit the power plug.

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