Introduction

When the vacuum is turned on, the headlights should simultaneously turn on.

If the headlights don’t turn on, the lights can be inoperative due to electrical malfunctions or due to broken components.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Push lift away button and pull the handle up to separate the body from the wand section.
    • Push lift away button and pull the handle up to separate the body from the wand section.

  2. Push lift away button on the wand then lift up on the top section to separate.
    • Push lift away button on the wand then lift up on the top section to separate.

    • Tilt the wand shaft backwards for convenient.

    • Lay the head nozzle piece upside down.

    • Locate and rotate the three gray taps to the unlock position.

    • With your fingers, pry and pull the brush cage open.

    • Remove the 13 screws (circled in yellow) using a phillips screwdriver.

    • Be sure to keep track of which screws go into which hole.

    • Remove the one screw (circled in red) that has a Torx head.

    • The Torx screw is hidden under a rubber gasket. Carefully, lift up the gasket without damaging it to access this screw.

    • Lift up the top cover now that all of the screws have been removed.

    • Detach the headlight’s red and black wires from plastic clip as shown.

    • Follow the headlight’s red and black wires to the circuit board.

    • Unclip the 2-pin electrical connector by pressing the tab then lift up.

    • Carefully lift the headlights and its wires from the vacuum assembly.

Conclusion

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

Diego Ruvalcaba

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