Introduction

The cyclone is a method of separating particles from the air within the vacuum. If something goes wrong with the cyclone it could cause issues with suction or even prevent the vacuum from working at all.

Parts

No parts required.

Make sure the vacuum is unplugged.
  • Make sure the vacuum is unplugged.

  • Warning: Avoid pressing the red trigger because it will turn on and begin suction.

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Locate the purple button at the top of the device.
  • Locate the purple button at the top of the device.

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  • Separate the device with the purple button.

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  • Locate the dust bin's red release lever on the side of the device.

  • Make sure if the dust bin is full you open the vacuum over a trash can.

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  • Push the red lever to release the dust bin lid.

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  • Locate the red lever below the vacuum.

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  • Push the red lever, pull the back up and away from the dust bin to separate them.

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  • Use a T8-Torque screwdriver to remove the 18mm screw from the back of the Cyclone.

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  • Remove the bottom of the cyclone screen by twisting it to the left and pulling down.

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  • Remove the rest of the cyclone screen by pulling down.

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  • Locate and take out the six 26mm screws with a T-8 Torque screwdriver.

  • Once you have removed the screws you can remove the rest of the Cyclone.

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Conclusion

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

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