Question about Vacuums
It all depends on the model you currently have. The filters on some are above the motor and some are on the side housing. Its pretty clear looking at the unit where the filters are located. I would suggest investigating your unit and looking for the filter.
When you do locate the filter, it is to be washed with plain water and allowed to dry for at least 12 hours before being put back into the unit.
One thing that helps determine the model is the color also. What color is it?
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