Tip & How-To about Vacuums
If you have a vacuum that has stopped working all of a sudden and you know it was running fine the night before. It's the hose, Lent gets trapped in the hose and can form a hairball inside of it. There's no need to buy a new one what you should do is unplug it place some old paper down and turn the vacuum upside down locating the hose opening. Once you find it check to see if it's full of lent carpet hairs etc. If it is you must remove the blockage. The way I did mine was I got an old hanger opened it and used the spiral end in a twisting motion till the lent ball wrapped around it, then I pulled it out. Please note if you have a better tool to use that won't damage your vacuum please use that instead of my old fashion way. Oh please clean away all string that's attached to the wheels and underneath. One more tip. If that is a loud sound and smoke when you cut your vacuum on that means the motor is shot, throw it away.
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