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Self-fixing base unit

"Wand on cleaning center won't stay down when charging or cleaning..... If you wish to try to fix it yourself and want some more help, please post again." Noggin, if you can post how to fix the base unit myself, then that would help me out immensely. Thanks.

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  • mcsud May 13, 2008

    The arm on the cleaning base won't stay "locked" down. I'll try the previous suggestion. Thanks!!!


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If you take the cover off (do it carefully or you will break he plastic for the indicator lights, like i did) there is a white piece of plastic that holds the wand. just snap that piece back in place and it should now stay down again.

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