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I can't get the front cover off my Viking S225. I've taken out all the screws I can see. It's the second turn dial on the right that's holding it in place. How can I release it to get the cover off?

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  • Hi, I can help.


  1. After you remove the brushes there are 4 screws where the brushes were that need to be removed.
  2. Right behind the housing for the brush, on the base, are two more screws that need to be removed.
  3. Now there are two more screws more towards the outside of the base that need to be removed.
  4. Stand the vacuum upright and lower the handle.
  5. Now remove the main suction nozzle.
  6. Now remove the screw that holds that housing where that suction nozzle just was.
  7. Now remove the screws that are above the wheels.
  8. Now the cover will just pull up.
  9. Now you can see and address the turbine.


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I have a Miele STB-205-3 Turbobrush. After opening the brush cover using a quarter, I use a T-7 torx screw driver (shaped like star of David) to remove the main cover that is held by 4 screws.

There are 2 more screws holding the fan housing. After unscrewing them, you can take the whole thing apart and clean it. Make sure you clean all rotating parts as they collect a lot of hair, dust, etc,

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