How to Install

  1. Disconnect the computer from keyboard, monitor, and all other external components.
  2. Remove the Dirt Bag from its protective packaging being careful not to pierce the filter.
  3. Open internal packaging and remove the disk drive door, instruction card, drive frame, and Velcro strap. Review the instructions on the card.
  4. Unfold the Dirt Bag, grasping the unsealed edge and gently shaking to open. Rotate the computer so it is resting on its backside, disk drives facing upwards.
  5. Slide the Dirt Bag over the computer.
  6. Carefully set the computer back on its base. Gently lift the rear of the computer so any bunched filter can be straightened out.
  7. It is very important at this point to make sure that the Dirt Bag is not pulled tight around the computer. Allow the filter to breathe easy and permit access to all of the disk drives.
  8. Remove the backing from the disk drive door frame and place it on the Dirt Bag so the drives are framed.
  9. With a pair of sharp scissors, carefully cut along the inside left, bottom, and right sides of the frame creating a door flap.
  10. Remove backing from the Dirt Bag disk drive door; there will be adhesive along the top and in the center of the door. Align the door with the frame and gently press to secure.
  11. Reconnect all components to the backside. The cables will reach the computer by running through the open end of the Dirt Bag.
  12. Secure the back of the Dirt Bag with the Velcro fastener.
  13. Access drives simply by lifting flap.
  14. The Dirt Bag computer filter is now fully installed. Start your computer and continue working as usual.