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|Dust capacity||2 L|
|Dust container type||Bagless|
|Cord length||7 m|
|Handgrip accessory storage||Yes|
|Operating radius||10 m|
|Noise level||76 dB|
|Vacuum air filtering||HEPA|
|HEPA class||HEPA 12|
|Dirt separating method||Filtering|
|Suction power||350 AW|
|Maximum input power||2000 W|
|Input power (IEC)||1800 W|
|Number of nozzles||2|
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Your Philips 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 Philips Marathon FC9200 has a weight of 7200 g.
Yes, the manual of the Philips Marathon FC9200 is available in English .
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