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Cannot locate where to plug adaptor in. Sharper Image LumiNight Weather Station EW400 Instructions do not show or explain. Unit comes with adaptor which is mentioned in manual, but cannot locate a plug in on actual unit or sensor.

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Hello--to plug in the power you'd need to open the base battery compartment

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Hi its Darran at Dyson.

A loss of performance is normally attributed to a blockage or a dirty filter. Please ensure you follow the full blockage procedure outlined in your user guide or in the Support sectino on our website at www.dyson.com.

You will also find information here on checking the cleaner head to ensure the brush bar is turning and instructions on how to wash the pre filter.

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