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Removing dustbuster from wall mount

Recd as present fitted into wall holder. cannot remove it from holder
have read instructons thro no luck
cannot find any button to release and afraid to pull too hard

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SOURCE: opening the dust holder

If you tilt the dust cover downwards a little once you've pressed the button and then squeeze the sides of the of the dust cover slightly it will pop off the bottom clip

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