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My Bissel powerforce vacume filters

A friend of mine gave this vacume to me when she moved and i am greatfull but she did not give me the hand book and i can not figure out how to remove the filter that is under the dirt catcher. Can anyone help me?

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Remove the lower half of the dirt bowl by turning counterclockwise. Turn the filter counterclockwise, remove the foam filter and clean both with soap and water.

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