If you have a GTech Airram, try taking the brushes out to clean them...

(3 Posts)
JsOtherHalf Tue 28-Jun-16 12:58:27

I was horrified.

I have cut the hair caught in the brushes since buying it, but never taken them out. I have got rid of various gunk and fluff, as well as hair wrapped around the bars connected to the battery pack.
Fingers crossed I have put everything back correctly...

www.gtech.co.uk/media/mconnect_uploadfiles/r/e/replacing_airram_brush_bars.pdf

glenthebattleostrich Tue 28-Jun-16 13:01:35

My job this weekend. Thanks for the link, you saved me a Google!

JsOtherHalf Tue 28-Jun-16 13:09:58

Learn from my mistakes.

Take out the dust collector part first...

There is also a little brass nut that goes between the bar and the end caps; do not drop that into the bin and have to fish it out...

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