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My Bissel powerforce vacume filters

A friend of mine gave this vacume to me when she moved and i am greatfull but she did not give me the hand book and i can not figure out how to remove the filter that is under the dirt catcher. Can anyone help me?

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Remove the lower half of the dirt bowl by turning counterclockwise. Turn the filter counterclockwise, remove the foam filter and clean both with soap and water.

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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