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Need a picture or specs of the insides near motor

There are 2 filters up inside and I cant remember where they went. Everything I vaccum blows right back out the 2 vent slots. I have model #QPV 10.5amps 14 gal. 52718-14???

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The big paper fiter attaches to the underside of the big black top piece of vacuum. there is a round plate and a nut you scew on to hold it. a foam rubber filter fits over it.

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