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Start removing screws from around brush cover and back of unit. Usually all the screws are the same style/length but be sure to check while removing. Once you have all the covers off, you should be able to access all the areas that would be cleaned.

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Mine wasn't picking up stuff either. After unplugging the unit, I had to take the yellow top off--unscrew the two screws that are hiding in the 4 indentations on either side. After removing that "hood" I then carefully lifted up the left side of the roller to free it of the belt. A middle piece came out too, which I carefully set aside with the screws. Then I had to clean that whole roller--including prying off the ends and cleaning the debris out of everwhere--so gross.
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Mine wasn't picking up stuff either. After unplugging the unit, I had to take the yellow top off--unscrew the two screws that are hiding in the 4 indentations on either side. After removing that "hood" I then carefully lifted up the left side of the roller to free it of the belt. A middle piece came out too, which I carefully set aside with the screws. Then I had to clean that whole roller--including prying off the ends and cleaning the debris out of everwhere--so gross.
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next remove the 4 screws that hold the brush cartridge and pull the whole brush assembly out.

using a can of compressed air clean that whole assembly out there is a motor there so don't spray any cleaner on it. If there is surface grime you can use a clorox wipe or a damp cloth to get it all off.

this process should take about 10 minutes to do it properly use the straw that came with the compressed air to get in between the plastic shell and get all the dust trapped inside there.

make sure there is no dust trapped in the gears that drive the brushes.

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it needs cleaned, it is very easy to take apart.
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I can help you there! Take off the whole filter unit (button near the handle) - take off the clear plastic dust bin. Wash the whole unit in water - I add a bit of washing up liquid and then keep rinsing (hose pipe outside is good) until water runs clear. Rest the right way up and leave it until completely dry. I presume you have cleaned the foam and gauze filter on the side of the machine? Finally, if you have a HEPA, then change that filter. Check the hose from the brush bar (about 3 inches long underneath the machine) isn't clogged and that should sort it.

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