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My windsor s12 vacuum light says the bag is full but it is new?

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  • Phsnthntr Apr 24, 2009

    I heard there might be an adjustment for high altitude I have no blockages and all filters are new any thoughts?

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My windsor s12 model does turn on and off does not stay runing electrical wire cord has been replace tell me what to do?

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It sounds like a blockage in the hose or in the yolk.I believe you can remove the hose from the machine to inspect and clear it.Also check the trapdoor on the bottom of the powerhead to be sure it is clear.While you are going through the machine check under the upright filter next to the bag to see if it is clear.Good Luck-Scott

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