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  1. Take off the dust cannister. Remove the suction hose. Remove the suction hose.
    • Take off the dust cannister.

    • Remove the suction hose.

  2. Extract the front filter. Extract the front filter. Extract the front filter.
    • Extract the front filter.

  3. Extract the rear filter. Unscrew the first Torx screw. Unscrew the first Torx screw.
    • Extract the rear filter.

    • Unscrew the first Torx screw.

  4. Optionally, remove the rear filter cover. Optionally, remove the rear filter cover.
    • Optionally, remove the rear filter cover.

  5. Unscrew the 2nd Torx screw. Disassemble the suction hose connection (optional)
    • Unscrew the 2nd Torx screw.

    • Disassemble the suction hose connection (optional)

  6. Remove the wheels. The wheels clip onto the body of the appliance. Unscrew the 4 Torx screws (two in the right and two on the left).
    • Remove the wheels.

    • The wheels clip onto the body of the appliance.

    • Unscrew the 4 Torx screws (two in the right and two on the left).

  7. Open the body of the vacuum cleaner. You can use a multimeter to test the switch.
    • Open the body of the vacuum cleaner.

    • You can use a multimeter to test the switch.

    • Disconnect the brown wire at the switch.

    • Disconnect the blue wire at the single connector by the motor.

    • Lift out the motor.

  8. Open the motor housing (4 clips). Remover the motor from its plastic casing.
    • Open the motor housing (4 clips).

    • Remover the motor from its plastic casing.

    • Disconnect the motor.

  9. disassembly of 2 engine coals (1 Phillips screw per coal) disassembly of 2 engine coals (1 Phillips screw per coal) disassembly of 2 engine coals (1 Phillips screw per coal)
    • disassembly of 2 engine coals (1 Phillips screw per coal)

  10. Worn brush. Opening the brush housing. Opening the brush housing.
    • Worn brush.

    • Opening the brush housing.

  11. Extraction of the brush and spring. Extraction of the brush and spring. Extraction of the brush and spring.
    • Extraction of the brush and spring.

  12. Removing the brush. Removing the brush.
    • Removing the brush.

  13. Soldering a new brush. Soldering a new brush.
    • Soldering a new brush.

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Very useful guide - I treated myself to a new motor as the cost was not much more than the cost of replacement brushes.

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Hi, where did you buy the new motor?

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Bonjour

et si on n’a rien pour souder, y a t’il une autre solution svp?

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Bonjour ! Si vous ne disposez pas de matérial de soudure, nous vous conseillons de vous rendre à un Repair Café ou un Fab Lab. Ces associations mettent du matériel à disposition et peuvent éventuellement aussi vous conseiller sur la démarche à suivre. Bonne réparation !

Claire Rapp -

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