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I just bought this vacuum. Is there a trick to

I just bought this vacuum. Is there a trick to opening up the dirt cup to empty it? It won't budge and the manual says to just turn it counterclockwise. Can't move it at all!

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  • bunnylady2 Jul 01, 2009

    Thanks for the suggestion, but that isn't the problem. I can separate the dust canister from the vacuum, but I can't get the top off to empty it. The manual says to turn counterclockwise, but the top won't move at all.

    Thanks again though.

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On mine there is a *** handle on the top of the canister pull the handle up and pull the can. out away from the vacuum

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