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How to Change the Battery in Dirt Devil Kone

The Dirt Devil Kone is an extremely unique vacuum. Its design is sleek, modern, and actually quite lovely. Renowned designer, Karim Rashid, who is known for chic and elegant fashion, furniture, and art came up with this award winning design. You could easily leave the vacuum out on a shelf as a decorative object as it has definite sculptural lines and looks like a work of art. The colors are funky, bright, and fun, too, making it go far beyond purely functional. The Kone is available in 5 brilliant metallic shades.
As far as practicality goes, the Kone fits the bill here as well. This little but powerful handheld vac features a built in rechargeable battery that keeps the unit always charged and ready for use, making it ultra convenient. The vacuum is lightweight, weighing in at a mere 1.8 lbs. making it easy for anyone to use. It features a bagless dirt receptacle cup for simple cleanup and maintenance. A hidden power cord wraps neatly under the base keeping the unit looking sleek. The bottom of the vacuum is rubberized to prevent furniture scratching.

As mentioned, the Kone operates off of a rechargeable battery. This battery is covered under a 3 year warranty, should the battery become defective. Replacement batteries are sold at authorized Royal/Dirt Devil repair centers. The battery replacement and repair work must be done by an authorized dealer in order for the product to remain under warranty. Find the nearest service center by contacting Royal Customer Service at 1-800-321-1134.

When you first get the Kone, be sure to charge the battery for a full 24 hour period prior to first use. In order to charge the battery, the Kone must be turned off. Place the unit into its charger base. Be sure to line up the slot in the back of the unit with the tab it fits into within the charging base, much like a cordless phone. Plug the cord into an electrical outlet. You will know the vacuum is successfully charging when the unit's charging light comes on and remains on. Charge the cleaner for 16 to 24 hours. The charge light will simply remain on while charging. It will not change color or shut off to indicate when the unit has completed charging.

If the Kone stops working, be sure to check and clean the contacts between the unit and the charging base. Keeping these clean, will extend the life of the vacuum and help the unit to charge more quickly. Be sure to keep your unit fully charged in order for it to operate and clean to its ability. If you discover your vacuum needs a repair and there is not an authorized service representative near, you can mail the unit to the nearest repair facility at your expense and authorize its repair. Be sure to check out the website first for troubleshooting and assistance in servicing the Kone vacuum and its battery.

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