Introduction

The Dyson filter is located in the ball-shaped base of the vacuum.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Start on the left side of the Dyson Ball.
    • Start on the left side of the Dyson Ball.

  2. Remove the center 18mm screw from the Dyson Ball, then remove the covering.
    • Remove the center 18mm screw from the Dyson Ball, then remove the covering.

  3. Next, remove the upper right 18mm screw along the perimeter of the circle.
    • Next, remove the upper right 18mm screw along the perimeter of the circle.

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  5. Continuing clockwise along the path, remove the next 18mm screw.
    • Continuing clockwise along the path, remove the next 18mm screw.

  6. Remove the next 18mm screw at the lower edge  of the circle.
    • Remove the next 18mm screw at the lower edge of the circle.

  7. Then remove the final 18mm screw in the center. Once these have all been unscrewed, remove the filter with the cover. The filter and the cover should be attached to each other.
    • Then remove the final 18mm screw in the center. Once these have all been unscrewed, remove the filter with the cover. The filter and the cover should be attached to each other.

  8. Gently unclip the cover from the filter.
    • Gently unclip the cover from the filter.

  9. This is how it should look once the covering has been removed.
    • This is how it should look once the covering has been removed.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. The Dyson has two filters, so if the problem has not been resolved, you may have to repeat this process on the other side.

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2 Comments

Can this filter be washed?

mariabrooke0828 - Reply

No it's not a washable filter and is supposed to last the life of the machine - hmm… still going to get clogged with fine dust though so yif contact Dyson! They don't last and the increased clogging can reduce the life of the motor.

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