Question about Kitchen Ranges
If I remember correctly, this vac has two filters, and each needs attention every now and again. The main issue is normally the unit above the dust cup. Once the dust cup is removed, you should be able to see another filter at the top. I dont recall if tools are needed to remove this filter, but I dont believe it does. Remove this filter, and tap it outside to release any loose particulate. If there is a screen inside the filter, use soap and water and rinse well, let dry and re assemble unit. The cone shape diffuser in the main unit could need to be tapped a bit outside on a solid surface too, just to get more particulate or hair stuck inside it, out of it. There is one other filter, if memory serves correctly, it is a HEPA filter, and this is removed on the outside of this machine, near the bottom beater bar. If you do not have a replacement, take this outside and tap on solid surface, to free some of the particulate off of it. Please rate my knowledge and helpfulness, if this works or not! Good luck!!
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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