The suction power of my Philips DailyDuo vacuum cleaner is low
If the suction power of your Philips DailyDuo Vacuum Cleaner is low, there might be an easy solution. Discover how to improve its performance in the following lines.
The dust compartment is full
If the dust compartment of your Philips DailyDuo Vacuum Cleaner is full, empty the dust compartment. Press the nozzle release button to remove the detachable nozzle. Following this, shake the contents of the dust compartment into a dustbin.
For a thorough clean, press the dust compartment release button to remove the dust compartment. Take out the filter unit and empty the dust compartment (see the image below).
The filter is dirty
To maintain optimal suction performance, we advise you to clean the filters of your Philips DailyDuo Vacuum Cleaner every 2 to 4 weeks.
Remove the dust compartment of your Philips DailyDuo Vacuum Cleaner and take the filter unit out of the dust compartment. Remove the outer filter. Clean the inner filter and the outer filter with a brush or with a normal vacuum cleaner. If the filter is really dirty, you can clean the filter in cold or lukewarm water.
Note: Never put the filter unit back when the filters are still wet, as this will damage your appliance.
The nozzle, roller brush or other accessories are clogged
To clean the detachable nozzle of your Philips DailyDuo Vacuum Cleaner, press the nozzle release button to remove the detachable nozzle from the appliance. The nozzle can be cleaned in warm water with some washing-up liquid. Make sure the nozzle is dry before you reattach it to the appliance. Also, check the other accessories that come with your Philips DailyDuo Vacuum Cleaner and make sure they are not clogged.
There are two ways to clean the roller brush. You can use a pair of scissors to cut the hairs etc. that have collected around the roller brush. For easier cleaning, you can take out the roller brush completely. If you want to clean the roller brush with water, you can do so but only after you have removed the roller brush from the floor nozzle.
The joint of the floor nozzle might be blocked with large dirt particles
Check if the joint of the floor nozzle of your Philips DailyDuo Vacuum Cleaner is not blocked with any large dirt particles. Press the floor nozzle release button to detach the stick from the floor nozzle and remove any large dirt particles from the joint.
If the above solution(s) did not help to solve your problem, please contact us for further assistance.