ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM MAINS BEFORE
1. If the pilot light at the side
does not glow:
- The input earth wire is not connected in the
- The live (red/brown) wire and the neutral (blue/black) wire are connected
2. The tube is on, but there is
no power in the grid:
- The wires of the grid are touching each other, bend the wires away or
adjust the space between two grids. There are too many insects on the grid. -
Leave the unit on – insects will burn out – or brush off with a
is an electronic malfunction – switch off the unit and contact your
3. The grid works, but the tube
- Switch off the unit and make sure that the tube is clicked in properly.
The tubes have clicked out of the lamp holders during
the unit has been in use for a long time, the tube starter may be faulty. Change the
starter with the same model taken out. Replace the tube. We recommend that the tube
must be replaced at least every two years to keep the unit
Hang the unit approximately 2 metres above the ground
and 5 to 10 metres away from the area you want to cover. It is always better to use the electrocuter
outside to avoid luring insects into your house.
- The unit may be used indoors or outdoors.
- Warning: A electrical shock may exist if water from the garden hose is
directed at the electrocuter.
- Avoid improper use of extension cords.
- Keep connections away from moisture.
- Avoid physical damage to the cord.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF
NOT TO BE USED IN A
LOCATION WHERE FLAMMABLE VAPOUR OR
EXPLOSIVE DUST IS LIKELY