by Jill Culley
(last updated May 20, 2013)
Of all of the places a filter would be, I had no idea that a vacuum cleaner had one at all. When I took my new vacuum cleaner in for routine maintenance, I was asked if I wanted my filter replaced. I wondered if I should but made the right choice when I took the cleaner home and found out what a difference it can make. Of course, at the time, because I didn't know that vacuum cleaners had filters, I paid quite a bit of money for labor and parts. However, I quickly learned how to do this simple process at home.
Replacing a filter isn't such a difficult process to do on your own when you have the know-how to do it. It's a simple fix that takes hardly any time and with the right filter, you can even decrease the amount of airborne particles that oftentimes escape your old filter.
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