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Introduction

When the vacuum starts losing suction, the HEPA filter should be checked and cleaned. Dirt in the HEPA filter causes resistance to the suction of the vacuum so the filter should be checked on a regular basis. If cleaning it did not help, replace the HEPA filter with a new one.

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    • Orient the vacuum facing you and locate the tab on the left side of the vacuum, next to the arrow labeled ‘HEPA Filter’.

    • Pull on the tab to remove the filter cover.

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    • Pull the HEPA filter out.

    • Clean or replace the filter.

Conclusion

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

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