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How to clean filters

To clean the filter on the D1706 the manual says to remove the coarse filter which I can do . But then it says to unsrew the fine filter and lift out. I can not find the screws to do that.
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The fine fitler screws out by twisting the entire unit counter-clockwise. The threads are built into the filter unit itself. There are no screws to remove. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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