Introduction

Has the motor in your vacuum reached the end of its life? Try replacing it with this guide!

Parts

No parts required.

Pull the black nose off of the body of the vacuum, by pushing in the orange button closest to the nose.
  • Pull the black nose off of the body of the vacuum, by pushing in the orange button closest to the nose.

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Grab the filter with two fingers and slide it out. Grab the filter with two fingers and slide it out.
  • Grab the filter with two fingers and slide it out.

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Using a  Philips head screwdriver, remove the four screws located on the side panel of the vacuum. There are two types of screws on this device. You may want to use a magnetic screw pad to organize your screws to be sure they return to their designated holes.
  • Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove the four screws located on the side panel of the vacuum.

  • There are two types of screws on this device. You may want to use a magnetic screw pad to organize your screws to be sure they return to their designated holes.

  • 4x 19.1mm

  • 1x 14.3mm

  • Once the screws are removed, you should be able to separate the side panel from the rest of the device.

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Pull your motor out, and remove the black and red cables from the motor by hand. Pull your motor out, and remove the black and red cables from the motor by hand. Pull your motor out, and remove the black and red cables from the motor by hand.
  • Pull your motor out, and remove the black and red cables from the motor by hand.

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Conclusion

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

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