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Hi everyone it’s Kyle from Greatvacs we get quite a bit of email regarding how to assemble an SE Vacuum cleaner I’m gonna covering that this also applies to D4, SE, and E-Series.
The first thing to assemble is the canister to the water bowl which is attached to the wheel dolly.
Lock the laches on both sides and latches these two into the water bowl.
Attach the tool caddy with the tools take the tool caddy and set it on top.
On the tool caddy, it’s gonna be labeled where the tools go.
The cool thing about this tool caddy on the back side there are these two hooks you go ahead and strap your cord around.
I'm now going to attach the main wand to the electric power nozzle.
Get your main wand you’ll notice there’s a button lock on the back side
That side gonna slide into the electric power nozzle if you push down with force it will lock into place.
Grab your main electrical hose and insert it into the top of the main wand
Unlike the E-Series, the SE and D4 aren't going to have locks they use friction fit so when you push it in getting a nice twist to stay secure.
On the back of the main wand, you may notice a plastic strip it’s for the cord of the power head you can run it in that strip so it stays secure.
The little male two-prong cord that’s gonna plug into the female connection on the main hose.
Take the other hose end which plugs into the water bowl port.
For the main hose, you will notice a little tab you may have to depress so it locks into the upper groove and won’t come out.
So go ahead and push it in and give it a good pull so you know it won’t come out.
This little two-prong cord
There is an opening above the hose to plug that in.
And you're done.
Alright, that's it. I hope it was helpful and everyone was able to get your SE, D4, and E-Series successfully assembled.
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