Question about Vacuums
Posted by Anonymous on
Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
you did not list your model, so
Turn off power to unit
1 way. you will have 2 to 3 screws ontop of the unit, open the cupboard door above unit, and look for them. remove all the screws, KEEP UNIT PUSHED AGAINST THE WALL, it will not drop down.
once all 2 or 3 screws are gone tilt unit down a little and lift up and away from wall (TWO PEOPLE)
2nd way if you dont see any screws on top, is look at the upper panel, remove if you can, or look for silver type round screw heads... if you see them..loosen them..unit will become loose from the wall. one on each side.
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