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  1. To take off the nozzle, filter, and catch bowl first start off by pushing in the button identified with a red square and twist that part of the device toward the handle portion of the vacuum and it should click and pop off the chassis. To take off the nozzle, filter, and catch bowl first start off by pushing in the button identified with a red square and twist that part of the device toward the handle portion of the vacuum and it should click and pop off the chassis.
    • To take off the nozzle, filter, and catch bowl first start off by pushing in the button identified with a red square and twist that part of the device toward the handle portion of the vacuum and it should click and pop off the chassis.

  2. Once the nozzle, filter and dust bowl have been removed each part can be removed from the nozzle section of the device. Once the nozzle, filter and dust bowl have been removed each part can be removed from the nozzle section of the device.
    • Once the nozzle, filter and dust bowl have been removed each part can be removed from the nozzle section of the device.

  3. Remove the three screws. Remove the three screws.
    • Remove the three screws.

  4. Flip the hand vac over and remove two screws. Flip the hand vac over and remove two screws.
    • Flip the hand vac over and remove two screws.

  5. Once you have successfully unscrewed the five screws holding the cover on you should be able to take the cover off. Remove the L-shaped plastic hook. Once the L shaped hook has been removed the motor will easily fall out of place.
    • Once you have successfully unscrewed the five screws holding the cover on you should be able to take the cover off.

    • Remove the L-shaped plastic hook.

    • Once the L shaped hook has been removed the motor will easily fall out of place.

    • Once the motor has been removed from its home the two wires that are giving it power can easily be removed by pulling on them carefully.

    • This will then allow for you to replace the motor.

  6. Remove the three screws. Remove the three screws. Remove the three screws.
    • Remove the three screws.

    I got all that figured out myself. It the battery won't budge.

    Matt Whats - Reply

  7. Remove the battery. Remove the battery.
    • Remove the battery.

    Battery is connected to wires how do you disconnect the wires from the batteryBattery is connected to wires how do you disconnect the wires from the battery

    debi_lndrm - Reply

    How do you remove the plastic bit on the handle to get to those screws?

    BrandEver - Reply

    I figured it out. Used a knife to pry it off. Knife is easiest, screwdriver wasn't narrow enough

    BrandEver - Reply

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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7 Comments

Where can I get a replacement battery?

Lisa - Reply

Anyone? Good place to order a replacement?

Brad - Reply

“Remove the battery” sounds pretty simple, but my pivot vac seems to be “hard-connected” to the battery terminal, and I haven’t a clue where to go from here (though the trash heap—and recycling center—are strong candidates). Mine is an older model (2012) and perhaps that explains why these otherwise excellent instructions lead me to a dead-end.

Jim 4/14/21

James Bonner - Reply

Agree. I dissembled down to this last photo, but the battery won’t budge.

MJ Waz - Reply

the gray handle on one side pops open if you pry at it and there are screws underneath.

Matt Whats -

Thanks, do appreciate the instructions, much better step by step, but why did they made it so difficult.

Yes, it’s too difficult. Wondering if it’s worth replacing the battery.

Would be happy if they let us trade for a newer model.

Mohan Lallian - Reply

Same here. Would like to know how to get it out.

Matt Whats -

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