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1960 Kenmore Canister Vacuum Cleaner Owners Manual


Published by Kenmore in 1960-- Here is the complete owners manual to all 1960 Kenmore canister vacuum cleaners and Power Mate power nozzle. Models include: Lady Kenmore, Horizon, Saturn, Aurora and Vanguard. Also included is the complete parts list for model 116.0672 (the Horizon).

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1960 Kenmore Canister Vacuum Cleaner Owners Manual
Published in 1960

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Page 1:

KENMORE VACUUM CLEANER INSTRUCTION BOOK

Page 2:

Dear Homemaker:

Your Kenmore Vacuum Cleaner is Mr. Short Cut in person. Minutes will be saved - daily-weekly-monthly - with this completely ultra-modern cleaner.

Please read this booklet! We have prepared it to show you just how many ways your vacuum cleaner can shorten your cleaning time. This cleaner has been designed especially for you, the busy Homemaker, and has been thoroughly tested in our Sears Home Economics and Mechanical laboratories.

Because we feel that your new cleaner is all that you expect in a vacuum cleaner, we know it will clean your home to your satisfaction, lighten your housework to your family's satisfaction and brighten your day - to our satisfaction.

Page 3:

Power switch controls cleaner and Power Mate - high and low speeds and off.

This cleaner is equipped with a 2-speed motor-use low speed for cleaning scatter rugs, drapes and fragile curtains; use high speed for heavier materials.

Stores all attachments, hose and wands

Lifts off cart for easy up and down stairs cleaning

Power Mate electrical outlet

Suction opening
Page 4:

HORIZON

NEW, INCREASED POWER

Your Horizon Vacuum Cleaner is equipped with a twin fan motor. This, coupled with the increased horsepower of the motor, gives you the greatest suction power available on the market today.

Suction opening

Extra large Attachment tray-holds all attachments

Power Mate electrical outlet

Wand storage (see page 3)

Foot lever On-off switch
Page 5:

SATURN

CORD AND WAND STORAGE

The twenty foot vinyl cord is stored on the bottom of this cleaner. Wind the cord under the cord guides, using the cord clip to secure the plug end of the cord.

Wands also have storage space on the bottom of the cleaner as shown in the illustration.

Suction opening

Attachment tray-holds all attachments

Power Mate electrical outlet

Wand storage

On-off switch
Page 6:

AURORA

Suction opening

Power Mate -electrical outlet

On-off switch

VANGUARD
Page 7:

ATTACHMENT SETS

A big exclusive of your new Kenmore Vacuum Cleaner is the fact that you, Mrs. Homemaker, custom tailored your cleaner. You selected the combination of cleaner and attachment set that appealed to you most. Pictured on the right are the four sets of attachments.

Please identify your set now as set A, B, C or D so that you will be able to follow our descriptions of the function of each attachment.
Page 8:

KNOW YOUR KENMORE

It has been a recognized fact that the ideal cleaning equipment for a home consisted of two vacuum cleaners -an upright cleaner for combing and brushing rugs and carpeting, and a canister for above the floor cleaning where powerful suction is required. With your Kenmore cleaner and Power Mate you have a cleaner which WILL DO BOTH JOBS. THE KENMORE POWER MATE ATTACHMENT SET IN CONJUNCTION WITH A

Kenmore vacuum cleaner will out-perform

FOR TOTAL HOME CLEANING ANY CLEANER ON

the market today ! In addition, it is light, compact, easy to store.

PUTTING YOUR KENMORE POWER MATE SET C TO WORK

Attach your Power Mate to the hose by depressing push button on hose hand grip, line up button with opening in wand. Button will snap into place when hose is secured. Disconnect by reversing procedure.

Insert hose into cleaner. Insert Power Mate electrical plug into outlet on cleaner.

Plug cleaner cord into wall outlet and turn on switch. Clip cord into cord hooks at both ends of hose.

PUTTING YOUR KENMORE POWER MATE SET D TO WORK

Same as above. When hand grip and wand connection are made please note electrical connection is automatically accomplished.

Insert hose into cleaner so receptacle in cleaner and plug in hose are aligned. Avoid bending prongs of plug. Plug power cord into wall and turn on switch to start motor.

Use long even strokes in cleaning. Watch your carpet come to life. In high pile carpet adjust suction control button until nozzle moves easily. (See suction page 11).
Page 9:

POWER MATE

You have selected the Kenmore Power Mate attachment set (Set C or D). Congratulations on owning the finest in home cleaning equipment available. The Power Mate Set D with the concealed and captivated cord is the finest Power Mate because it is completely automatic. It is easier to put to use than a conventional canister cleaner. This, coupled with its wide swath makes your cleaning easier, faster and better. As an added convenience, the built-in headlight allows you to inspect under beds and in dark comers. The Power Mate is only 4" high and it glides easily under low furniture. Its 2-wheel suspension glides from rugs to bare floors to completely clean your rooms, making this truly the most versatile cleaner on the market.

Use long even strokes in cleaning. Watch your carpet come to life. In high pile carpet adjust suction control button until nozzle moves easily. (See suction page 11).

To change belt on your Power Mate raise cover plate spring and lift off cover plate, lift out revolving brush and replace belt.

The height of your brush from the floor may be adjusted by rotating the eccentric bearings at the ends of the brush. Both bearings must be set at the same height.

To change belt on your Power Mate raise cover plate spring and lift off cover plate, lift out revolving brush and replace belt.

The height of your brush from the floor may be adjusted by rotating the eccentric bearings at the ends of the brush. Both bearings must be set at the same height.

To change light on Power Mate set (D)-remove screws and frame as illustrated. Turn bulb turn and remove, replace by reversing procedure.
Page 10:

ATTACHMENTS --

HOSE

WANDS

RUG NOZZLE

FLOOR BRUSH

DUSTING BRUSH

CREVICE TOOL

UPHOLSTERY NOZZLE

MOTH REPELLENT CARTRIDGE

Page 11:

ATTACHMENT SETS

A B C D REMARKS
Vinyl Vinyl with suction control Vinyl with suction control Vinyl current carrying Washable-wipe occasionally with a damp cloth to restore beauty.
Two steel friction Two steel locking Two steel locking One telescoping locking Made of chrome plated steel-never bind, bend.
Plastic with floating brush Die cast Aluminum with floating brush Power Mate with one wand permanently attached Power Mate with headlight and captivated cord and plug Floating brush enables nozzle to adapt itself to all rug pile. The low design of the nozzles makes it easy to clean under furniture and beds-just give hand grip one-half twist. For greatest suction, Rug Nozzle should lie flat on floor.
Plastic Wide soft vinyl Plastic Soft vinyl Use Floor and Wall Brush to clean wood, tile or linoleum floors. Pressure is not needed-just glide brush over floor. Cleaning walls becomes a small task with this attachment. Be sure brush is clean when using it on walls.
Vinyl Vinyl Vinyl Vinyl Use Dusting Brush for lamp shades, piano keys, books, baseboards, carvings and Venetian blinds. Attach both wands if needed. Wash brush occasionally in water and mild detergent. Rinse well. Do not allow brush to soak in water.
Fibre Plastic Fibre Plastic For hard-to-get-at places-(i.e., automobile seats, book shelves and drawers). Radiators may be cleaned by suction or blowing. When blowing, put a damp cloth over radiator so back and top are covered. Blow dust against cloth.
Plastic Soft Vinyl Plastic Soft Vinyl Concentrated suction plus oscillating brush on the B and D sets give upholstered furniture a deep-down cleaning. Makes short work of cleaning automobile interiors, pillows, mattresses and draperies.
No Yes No Yes Use cartridge with Crevice Tool and Blowing action. Clean inside of hose (See Blowing, p. 11). Remove wrapper and insert cartridge into round end of tool. When finished, dispose of any remaining part of cartridge. 9
Page 12:

PUTTING YOUR KENMORE TO WORK

1 Insert dust bag-a paper bag must be in place when cleaner is in use (See instruction below).

2 Insert hose-push button on short end of the hose and insert the hose into the suction opening. To remove, reverse this procedure.

3 Connect wand to hand grip by depressing button in hand grip of hose, lining up button with opening in wand. Button will snap into place when secured. To disconnect, reverse procedure using twisting action.

DISPOSABLE PAPER BAGS

To open cover, pull knob out and lift.

Place elastic opening on bag directly under and touching tube opening. Pull bag up and onto the tube as far as possible. To remove dust bag, carefully pull off and discard. After bag is in place open pleats of bag paying particular attention to comers on both sides of opening so that bag will fill completely. Close hood, being careful not to catch the bag between the hood and the base.

For best performance, remove paper bag before it becomes packed. Remember to attach a fresh bag so your Kenmore will be ready for use when needed. Additional disposable bags (No. 4007) may be ordered from any Sears or Simpsons-Sears retail or mail order store.
Page 13:

PUTTING YOUR KENMORE TO WORK

4 Connect wands. For ad-

ditional length, connect I the second wand to the first wand in the same manner as outlined in Step 3.

5 Connect attachment-

Insert tapered end of wand into attachment until secure. To disconnect, reverse procedure.

6 Start motor. Plug cord into wall outlet. Turn on switch and start cleaning.

SUCTION

When using suction cleaning tools, insert hose into opening in front of cleaner. Button lock on hose will hold hose securely. The adjustable suction control knob, below hand grip, reduces suction for cleaning draperies, throw rugs, etc. When suction control knob is closed, nozzle receives full suction power; power is reduced as control is opened.

Lady Kenmore owners may achieve infinite suction variance using their 2 speed motor, in conjunction with the suction control knob.

BLOWING

Your Lady Kenmore, Horizon, Saturn, and Aurora have new and improved diffusion for quieter operation. When cleaning radiators, mothproofing closets, etc., remove diffuser plug (pictured at right) and insert short end of hose into opening at bottom of cleaner. Be sure to clean inside of the hose before blowing by connecting short end of hose to blower opening and insert hand grip into suction opening. Run motor a few minutes.
Page 14:

ADAPTABILITY AND STORAGE

A comfortable handle is provided so that you may carry this cleaner to any part of your home, even to the garage for cleaning the automobile.

Your Kenmore Vacuum Cleaner may be set on end. This makes the cleaning of stairs especially convenient.

Even the models with wands and attachments stored on the cleaner can be stored in a minimum amount of space.

Because this cleaner is so compact, storage possibilities are unlimited. It may be stored in a small closet, on a shelf, or even under the bed.
Page 15:

LITTLE CARE NEEDED

Your Kenmore will require very little care and attention. If you will remember to replace the dust bag frequently, your Cleaner will operate efficiently for years to come. You will find it beneficial to wash the brush attachments occasionally so they are always clean and ready for use when needed.

Hair pins, paper clips, toothpicks, etc., may become lodged in the hose, obstructing passage of dust. This reduces suction and may cause motor to overload. Use a stiff wire to remove these obstructions. (See Blowing.)

The filter should be lifted off periodically and dusted with a brush or vacuumed. Be sure to replace filter immediately.

Be sure diffuser ( See Blowing page 11) is always in place when using for suction cleaning.

COAST-TO-COAST NATION-WIDE SERVICE FROM SEARS EXCLUSIVELY FOR YOU FOR YOUR KENMORE

Sears, Roebuck and Co. and Simpsons-Sears Limited in Canada back up your investment with quick, expert mechanical service and genuine Kenmore replacement parts.

If and when you need repairs or service, call on us to protect your investment in this fine piece of home equipment.

Phone or write for dependable service.

PART NO. 760921
Page 16:

SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
Page 17:

REPAIR PARTS LIST FOR

VACUUM

CLEANER

Model

116.0672

SAHARA SAND AND DUSK PEARL

HOW TO ORDER PARTS

All parts listed herein may be ordered through any Sears, Roebuck and Company, or Simpsons-Sears Limited, Retail or Mail Order Store which serves the territory in which you live. Selling prices will be furnished on request or parts will be shipped at prevailing prices and you will be billed accordingly.

When ordering, always give the following information:

1. Part Number in this list. (Never order by Key Number)

2. Complete Part Description in this list including color.

3. Complete Model Number, which will be found on a plate on the bottom of the Cleaner.

SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., U.S.A.

SIMPSONS-SEARS LIMITED - CANADA

Printed in U.S.A. 6-60

761291 Rev. A
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VACUUM CLEANER PARTS
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VACUUM CLEANER PARTS

Key Part Number Description
1 760509 Bag, Dust (Set of 3)
2 700194 Filter, Safety
3 700197 Motor Assembly
4 674040 Brush Assembly
5 674039 Clamp
6 674038 Screw
8 700204 Gasket, Sealing
9 700242 Plate, Motor Mounting
10 *680418 Screw, No. 10-24 x 1/2
11 760083 Gasket, Motor Support
12 761076 Cord and Plug Assembly
14 760479 Knob, Latch
15 90977 Pin, Groove
16 760027 Bushing
17 760030 Spring, Compression
18 761211 Gasket, Hood
19 761294 Base Assembly
20 680241 Rivet
21 667742 Caster, Fixed
22 668367 Rivet
23 680052 Washer
24 666036 Grommet
25 596173 Strain Relief
26 761017 Strip, Decorative
27 761298 Hood Assembly
28 *680207 Screw, No. 6-32 x 7/16
29 *680122 Screw, No. 8-32 x 3/8
30 *680219 Nut, No. 6-32 Cap
31 760830 Diffuser, Air
32 680189 Rivet
33 668362 Rivet
34 760025 Hinge, Hood
35 *680280 Screw, No. 6-32 x 1/4
36 680038 Eyelet
37 760938 Bag holder Assembly
38 760818 Bumper, Base Trim
39 760621 Caster, Swivel
40 760836 Cap, Exhaust
41 *680027 Nut, 15/32-32

Key Number Part Number Description
44 760805 Shield, Switch
45 761228 Receptacle Assembly
46 760011 Gasket, Intake
47 760935 Clamp-Hood Wiring
48 596212 Switch
49 760890 Lead Shield
50 *595294 Screw, No. 6-20 x 3/8
51 761169 Panel, Textured
52 761185 Port
53 760449 Bracket, Handle
54 760811 Handle
55 760955 Pedal, Switch
57 760812 Carrier, Attachment
58 *680194 Screw, No. 6-32 x 5/16
59 *680281 Washer, 5/32 Plain
60 760931 Monogram
61 *595022 Screw, No. 6-32 x 1/4
62 *595428 Screw, No. 6-32 x 3/8
63 596171 Clamp, Wire
64 680449 Nut, Grip
66 596140 Grommet, Rubber
67 760545 Clamp, Wand

Following Parts Not Illustrated
596106 Wire Connector
596161 Wire Connector
760921 Booklet, Instructions
761291 List, Parts

NOTE:

Attachment Sets 116.0840, 116.0850, 116.0860, 116.0870, 116.0880 or 116.0890 may be used with this cleaner.

*Standard Hardware Item- May Be Purchased Locally

761291


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