If your Bosch vacuum cleaner keeps cutting out, you’ve come to the right place. Here we will help you identify the problem your vacuum cleaner might have . . .
Bosch Vacuum Cleaner Keeps Cutting Out – Why and How To Fix
If your Bosch vacuum cleaner keeps cutting out, the problem could be that the filters are dirty. To solve the problem, you will need to wash the filters. Follow the steps below to wash a Bosch vacuum cleaner filter. . .
Step 1.Turn your vacuum cleaner off and unplug it from the power outlet before you begin the cleaning process.
Step 2. Disconnect the vacuum canister from the vacuum cleaner.
Step 3. Disconnect the filters from the vacuum canister.
Step 4. Detach the vacuum filters.
Step 5. Tap the filters on the side of a trash can or sink to get rid of loose dirt.
Step 6. Wash the filters under running water to get rid of stubborn dirt. Shake off the excess water.
Step 7. Leave the filters to dry for about twenty four hours until you are sure that they are completely dry. Make sure filters are dry before putting them back into the vacuum cleaner because if you put a wet filter in your Bosch vacuum cleaner, the machine can malfunction.
Step 8. Reattach the filters when you are sure they are completely dry.
Step 9. Reconnect the filters to the vacuum canister.
Step 10. Reconnect the vacuum canister to the vacuum cleaner. You can start using the vacuum cleaner again now.
To stop your Bosch vacuum cleaner from cutting out in the first place, you should always clean the filters regularly.
Note: Ensure that you do not try using the vacuum cleaner without the filter because this can stop the machine from working properly.