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Cannot remove bag

Just purchased a Worx all in one. When it came to taking the bag off I tied to unlock it but it won't budge. Any ideas?

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  • sajaha Mar 16, 2009

    same problem. Bag went on but will not budge to come off. Very frustrating!



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I am not familiar with this brand, but I will be glad to try and help you. Did you put the bag on, or did it come out of the box with the bag on? Any idea if it twists and locks, or does it have a latch on each side?

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