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|Marathon FC9225 | FC9225/01|
|8710103548355, 8710103557302, 68710103557304, 68710103548357|
|User manual (PDF)|
|Dust capacity||1.5 L|
|Dust container type||Bagless|
|Suction power||440 AW|
|Maximum input power||2200 W|
|Annual energy consumption||- kWh|
|Vacuum air filtering||HEPA|
|HEPA class||HEPA 13|
|Cleaning surfaces||Carpet, Hard floor|
|Noise level||78 dB|
|Operating radius||10 m|
|Dirt separating method||Filtering|
|Dust container full indicator||Yes|
|Cord length||7 m|
|Vacuum brushes included||Parquet brush|
Can't find the answer to your question in the manual? You may find the answer to your question in the FAQs about the Philips Marathon FC9225 below.
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 FC9225 has a weight of 7500 g.
Yes, the manual of the Philips Marathon FC9225 is available in English .
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