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MAGNASONIC Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner CD2800 Manual

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Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner
CD2800 Quick Start Guide v1.3

Items that can be cleaned

  • Jewelry – necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, body jewelry
  • Glasses & Watches – eyeglasses, sunglasses, waterproof watches, watchbands
  • Hygiene Items – electric shaver heads, toothbrushes, dentures, razor blades
  • Stationary – pen-heads, seals, rubber stamps
  • Silver items that have dirt accumulation
  • Other Items – tools, watch parts, coins, keychains, valves, machine nozzles, badges, instruments, filters, & kitchen utensils

Items that cannot be cleaned

  • Glasses/sunglasses with pre-existing scratches or cracks in the coating
  • Jewelry containing loose stones or soft/porous stones such as pearls, emeralds, amber, and opal
    NOTE: Please consult your local jeweler if you are unsure about whether or not you should use the ultrasonic cleaner on your specific type of jewelry.
  1.  Refer to the chart on the left for what can/ cannot be cleaned. Place the item inside the CD2800.
    Note: Tarnished metal will require additional cleaning steps. (See below)
  2. Fill the tank with water. Liquid should cover the object you wish to clean.
    Note: Running without a minimum of 1 cup(250ml) water can cause damage to the unit.
  3. Press ON to begin cleaning. You will hear a buzzing sound.
  4.  The cleaner will stop automatically after 180 seconds. Press OFF to stop the cleaner at any time.
  5. After cleaning is done, unplug the unit from power and remove any items. When emptying the tank, make sure to pour out of the side so that water doesn’t come in contact with the front control panel.

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Cleaning Silver
When silver items are exposed to air they will oxidize/tarnish.  To remove the discoloration and restore shine you can use these steps.

What you need:

  1. Ultrasonic Cleaner
  2. Dish Soap
  3. Warm Water
  4. A Microfiber Cloth

TIP: If you are unable to remove the tarnish with soapy water you can also use toothpaste and water on the cloth instead.

  1. Use the Ultrasonic Cleaner to remove dirt and grime
  2.  Mix a small amount of dish soap with the warm water in a separate bowl
  3. Dip the microfiber cloth into the soapy water
  4. Rub the silver with the wet cloth to remove the tarnish
  5. Rinse the silver item in cold water
  6.  Dry the item with a soft cloth
  7. After removing the tarnish the last step is to buff the silver with another dry soft cloth to restore its shine

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