My Philips Cordless Vacuum Cleaner runs out of battery quickly
Published on 29 November 2023
If your Philips Cordless Vacuum Cleaner runs out of battery too fast, find the model on the tube of your appliance and read our article below for possible causes and solutions.
Your vacuum cleaner comes with different power settings depending on the model. The higher the setting, the more battery your appliance uses. Please find the recommended settings for daily use for each model below:
8000 Series Cordless Vacuum AquaPlus and 7000 Series Cordless Vacuum Aqua The highest setting of your Philips Cordless Vacuum is “Turbo”, which has a very high suction power. Based on this, the appliance consumes battery very fast in the “Turbo” setting. You can use this setting to clean very dirty patches. For regular amounts of dust, use your appliance in setting “Eco” or “Normal” (see image below).
8000 Series SpeedPro Max (Aqua Plus) and 7000 Series SpeedPro Max (Aqua) The highest suction power setting of your Philips SpeedPro Max Vacuum is “Turbo”. Based on this, the appliance consumes battery very fast in the “Turbo” setting. You can use this setting to clean very dirty patches. For regular amounts of dust, use your Philips SpeedPro Max in setting “1” or “2” (see image below).
5000 Series SpeedPro Cordless Vacuum Your Philips 5000 Series SpeedPro Cordless Vacuum has two suction power settings, “1” and “2”. The recommended setting for normal daily use is setting ”1”. The highest setting is ”2” and has higher suction power. You can use setting ”2” to clean very dirty patches, however, it consumes the battery fast, so for regular amounts of dust, it is best to use setting ”1” (see image below).
3000 & 2000 Series Cordless Vacuum The highest setting of your Philips 3000 or 2000 Series Cordless is “Turbo“ and it has a high suction power. In this setting the battery is consumed faster. You can use this setting to clean very dirty patches. For regular amounts of dust, your Philips 3000 or 2000 Series Cordless can be used in setting “Eco“ (see image below).
If you have a SpeedPro or SpeedPro Max Vacuum Cleaner, you can replace the battery at a Philips service center or via our customer service. Please contact us for further assistance via www.philips.com/support. If you have an 8000, 7000, or 3000 Series Cordless Vacuum (The text 'SpeedPro' or 'SpeedPro Max' is not mentioned on the tube) you can remove the rechargeable battery from the appliance yourself and purchase a new one from our website by searching for XV1797 for 8000 and 7000 Series or XV1633/01 for 3000 Series in the search window. For 2000 Series Cordless Vacuum it is not possible to purchase a new battery online. Please contact us if you need any further support via www.philips.com/support. Before removing the battery, make sure that the appliance is disconnected from the wall socket and that the battery is completely empty. Take any necessary safety precautions when you dispose of batteries.
To remove the rechargeable battery, follow the instructions below:
Disconnect the appliance from the wall socket and let it run until the motor stops.
Press the unlock button and pull the battery out of the appliance.