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Introduction

One of the biggest reasons you start to get a build up in the radix assembly in the first place is because of reduced airflow due to filter wear. For peak performance and maximum machine lifespan I would change the washable filter every couple of years.

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  • Detatch the cyclone assembly from the main unit.

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  • Take the waste bin and cyclone assembly apart.

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Image 1/3: When re-assembling: there are three slots on the outer edge of the assembly that the cone matches. This is shown in picture 2. You might have to press the cone down with your thumb as in picture 3. When re-assembling, remember to fit the rubber gasket on the cone '''before''' inserting the cone in the body. Image 2/3: When re-assembling: there are three slots on the outer edge of the assembly that the cone matches. This is shown in picture 2. You might have to press the cone down with your thumb as in picture 3. When re-assembling, remember to fit the rubber gasket on the cone '''before''' inserting the cone in the body. Image 3/3: When re-assembling: there are three slots on the outer edge of the assembly that the cone matches. This is shown in picture 2. You might have to press the cone down with your thumb as in picture 3. When re-assembling, remember to fit the rubber gasket on the cone '''before''' inserting the cone in the body.
  • Pull the bottom cone out of the assembly.

    • When re-assembling: there are three slots on the outer edge of the assembly that the cone matches. This is shown in picture 2. You might have to press the cone down with your thumb as in picture 3. When re-assembling, remember to fit the rubber gasket on the cone before inserting the cone in the body.

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  • Remove the gasket surrounding the bottom cone.

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  • Remove the seven torx screws that hold's the top cover in place. (one is located in the middle of the handle.) You need a torx T15 driver for this.

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  • Remove the seven torx screws that hold's the cyclone manifold in place. You need a torx T15 driver for this.

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  • Remove the manifold and the gasket underneath it.

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Image 1/3: A good way to remove the tabs is to insert a small flat-head driver between the the tab and turn. (In the place marked in picture.) Image 2/3: A good way to remove the tabs is to insert a small flat-head driver between the the tab and turn. (In the place marked in picture.) Image 3/3: A good way to remove the tabs is to insert a small flat-head driver between the the tab and turn. (In the place marked in picture.)
  • Flip the assemby over and remove the three plastic tabs covering the screws, then remove the screws. When re-assembling note that the screw holes align only in one way.

    • A good way to remove the tabs is to insert a small flat-head driver between the the tab and turn. (In the place marked in picture.)

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Image 1/3: When re-assembling note that you have to press really hard the two pieces together until you hear/feel a click. Image 2/3: When re-assembling note that you have to press really hard the two pieces together until you hear/feel a click. Image 3/3: When re-assembling note that you have to press really hard the two pieces together until you hear/feel a click.
  • Take the the cyclone assembly apart by pulling the two pieces away from each other. Note that these parts may be stuck together so you might have to use some amount of force. You can now remove the gasket between the parts.

    • When re-assembling note that you have to press really hard the two pieces together until you hear/feel a click.

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  • Everything is washable, do not use too hot water.

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Conclusion

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

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