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Dyson dc07 animal bagless

My vacume suction good when used upright but when I pull the wand hose out to use with attachments the motor sounds louder and the wand loses suction. I also cannot get the wand to go back down all the way in the hose.

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  • dysprosi Nov 15, 2008

    Mine acts like it draws too much suction and collapses the hose and then won't pick up anything. I have to turn it off before it will uncollapse so I can put the hose up.

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You probably have a blockage somewhere in the hose or in the base where the hose goes in. Remove the plastic tube at the base of the hose by simply unclicking it and remove the obstruction.

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