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The bottom of the bin on my dc07 opens as soon as I remove the bin from the vacuum causing any debris to immediately fall. Do I need a new seal or a new bin bottom

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Actally u need a new release mechanism. Theres a rod runs down inside of bin assy.and a clip at bottom to lock.a new top part is an alternative if u can find a broken one from a local tip or recyling centre.theyre quite commonly skipped so a new part shouldnt be hard to find

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