How to Clean Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Handheld
Every once in a while, it is important to clean your Bissell Pet Hair Eraser handheld vacuum. This includes emptying the dirt collection tank, cleaning or replacing the brush roll, cleaning or replacing the filter, and disposing of the batteries if needed. Here you will learn how to clean Bissell Pet Hair Eraser handheld.
How to Clean Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Handheld Vacuum
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, turn the power switch off and disconnect the polarized plug from the electrical outlet before performing any maintenance. Here’s how to clean Bissell Pet Hair Eraser handheld:
1. Emptying the dirt collection tank
The dirt collection tank should be emptied before debris reaches the FULL line. Turn the power OFF. Hold the hand vacuum vertically and depress the release button on the front to release the dirt collection tank.
Grasp the filter tabs and pull vertically to remove the filter cup and empty the dirt into a trash can. Replace the filter back into the dirt cup and attach the dirt cup to the hand vacuum until it snaps securely into place.
2. Cleaning or replacing the brush roll
Turn the power OFF and detach motorized brush if it is attached OR turn the unit over to access the brush roll. Use a coin to remove the brush roll, turning it counter clockwise to unlock.
Then simply lift the brush out of the foot and clean off hair or other debris from the brush roll. Place the cleaned brush roll back into the foot of the unit and use a coin to turn the lock clockwise to lock it into place.
3. Cleaning or replacing the filter
Turn the power OFF and remove the dirt cup as directed in the “Empty the dirt cup” section. Grasp the filter tabs and lift up to remove the washable filter cup from the dirt cup. Grip the filter cup and turn it counterclockwise and lift down to remove the filter from the filter cup.
Tap firmly against the inside of a trash can, removing any visible dirt. Replace the filter back into the filter cup then turn it clockwise to lock it into place. Attach the filter cup back into the dirt cup and attach it to the hand vacuum until it snaps securely into place.
After heavy usage, you may clean the filter and filter cup by washing it gently by hand in warm water and mild dish detergent. Rinse thoroughly and make sure it is completely dry before replacing it. Do not operate the hand vacuum with damp or wet filters or without all filters in place.
4. Disposal of batteries
This product contains Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries. According to Federal and State regulations, removal and proper disposal of Lithium Ion batteries is required. Here’s how to remove the battery:
Before proceeding, ensure that the unit is disconnected from the charger, the dirt collection tank and motorized brush have been removed from the unit, and you have a flat head and Phillips screwdriver, required for disassembly.
- Unplug the charger and remove the dirt collection tank.
- Using a flathead screwdriver, pry off the top cover of the handle.
- Using a flathead screwdriver, pry off left and right panels from the hand vacuum.
- Using a flathead screwdriver, remove the plastic vent cover.
- Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the (7) seven screws.
Disconnect and remove the entire battery assembly by cutting wires from PCB and wrapping wire ends with insulation tape. Discard remainder of product. Disconnecting the battery will destroy the appliance and invalidate the warranty. Only disconnect the battery if you need to remove it.
Please keep the battery pack together. Do not separate individual batteries. For specific disposal instructions of batteries, please contact the RBRC (Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation) at 1-800-822-8837 or visit www.Call2Recycle.org. By doing so, you are doing your part to protect the environment.