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How does dust cup fit together on a eureka as2011a?

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The dust cup has a small gray tray that appears to be part of the cup, but is not. I made the same mistake also and almost broke the stupid thing trying to get it out. Simply push the lock to the left to unlock. Gently lift the dust cup and not the gray tray and the cup will slide out easily.

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The lever underneath the dust cup needs to be moved from the right side of the vacuum (viewing from the front) to the left side of the vacuum. The dust cup should then lift up and out for emptying. If the lever does not want to move all the way to the left it might be broken or jammed. If this is the case my suggestion would be to spray some WD40 into the lever area under the dust cup and try working the lever back and forth until it is freed.
Feel free to get back to me if you are still having trouble.
Paul

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How do I remove the dust cup and clean it?


Hey, this is Tristan with Crucial Vacuum,

In order to remove the dust cup, there's a designated lever that you slide to the left in order to pull the dust cup out. This slider is above the HEPA filter (the four holes near the bottom of the vacuum). After cleaning, you slip the dust cup back and slide the slider to the right to lock it back into place.

Below I have attached a link to the users manual for the Eureka 2997-2999 series. You should refer to page 4 to view the diagrams pertaining to my suggestions.

http://www.manualslib.com/manual/49521/Eureka-2997-2999-Series.html?page=4#manual

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I hope this was helpful. If you would like further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at 877.750.9239. We have helpful and friendly customer care representatives on the line ready to assist you.

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The dust cup used in the Eureka superlite is the DCF- 17. The part number for this is: 63170B. Filters should be replaced every 3 to 6 months for optimal performance. For any other parts you may need for your Eureka Vacuum visit: http://www.crucialvacuum.com.

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My Eureka 5892 BVZ-1 vaccum has very little suction. I checked hoes and emptied cup, and made sure filter is not dusty.


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Eureka 2998az uno. Unable to remove dust cup.


The lever underneath the dust cup needs to be moved from the right side of the vacuum (viewing from the front) to the left side of the vacuum. The dust cup should then lift up and out for emptying. If the lever does not want to move all the way to the left it might be broken or jammed. If this is the case my suggestion would be to spray some WD40 into the lever area under the dust cup and try working the lever back and forth until it is freed.
Feel free to get back to me if you are still having trouble.
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How do you empty the easy empty cup


sometimes the platform the cup sits on needs to be pushed down away from the cup then it slids out easily

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CHANGING THE FILTER


You have to install the filter in the dust cup lid first, then put it in the dust cup. There are some clips that filter will fit into on the lid. Also, take a look at the maual. http://www.eureka.com/service/manuals/75287_eng.pdf

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The dust cup has a small gray tray that appears to be part of the cup, but is not. I made the same mistake also and almost broke the stupid thing trying to get it out. Simply push the lock to the left to unlock. Gently lift the dust cup and not the gray tray and the cup will slide out easily.

[IMG]http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm88/SteelNET13/vacuum2.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm88/SteelNET13/vacuum1.jpg[/IMG]

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I experienced the same problem of being unable to remove the dust cup. Inspection of the dust cup appeared to indicated two tabs on the bottom of the dust cup preventing it from sliding straight out as illustrated in the instructions. However, after much fiddling, I assumed that the dust cup with the tabs was probably a slightly different part than actually intended for that particular model (2996avr) and so decided to force the cup out, reasoning that if the tabs broke in the process, that was necessary for removal of the cup anyway, and therefore not detrimental.

HOWEVER, upon forcing the cup out, the cup broke away from a plate upon which it is designed to sit. The cup had apparently become stuck to the plate after much use without sufficient care and cleaning. The plate is what the tabs are attached to, and so by breaking the cup free of the plate, the tabs were not an issue, and the cup easily slid in and out of the housing, as intended. It was also observed, upon removal of the cup, that there is a very slight lip on the front of the plate to secure the cup in the proper position; this would likely act as an additional hinderance if the cup was also stuck to the plate by old cemented grime.

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