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It has something in the motor area how do get that part open

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You will need some screwdrivers to get to the motor

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I think you will find this guide extremely useful!

http://www.goodvac.com/kb_results.asp?ID=33

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http://www.filterqueen.com/
Customer Service 1-800-344-1840
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