Introduction

The rubber seal inside the nose of the vacuum holds in loose dirt. If the seal is damaged, dirt may escape during use. This guide will help you replace the rubber seal inside of the nose of your vacuum.

Remove the nose of the vacuum and gently pull off the rubber seal by hand. Be careful replacing the seal on the posts, if you are too rough it may tear.
  • Remove the nose of the vacuum and gently pull off the rubber seal by hand.

  • Be careful replacing the seal on the posts, if you are too rough it may tear.

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Conclusion

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

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