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My device has never worked properly, someone sugested that i shoul clean the filters, so i did, but now after many months (during the winter) without beeing used, it`s no aspiration efect at all. Any

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See if you can get it replaced under warrenty. If not just get a new one.

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If you use disposable filters, it's really not worth vacuuming them to reuse them. They are inexpensive enough that you should replace them instead.
Disposable filters don't work as well after only being vacuumed and they are usually in a cardboard frame and therefore don't wash well.

Before you take out the filter, however, vacuum the outside and around the filter encasement. After you remove the filter, you should vacuum behind it, too, to catch any stray dust and particles.
Replace disposable filters with new ones."

(http://www.mrscleanusa.com/en/cleaning-tips/tip/cleaning-air-filters.html)

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