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Can't get detachable hose to **** air

Im sure there is a very easy solution to this (a buttong perhaps i'm not pushing)
but i can't figure out how to make the quickdraw hose **** air out of it.
i pull it out and turn the vacuum on and it continues to only **** through the main floor vaccuumer part
help

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Have you checked the hose to see if its split or ripped very comon fault hope is will help many thanks nick...

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The vacuum only allows the brush to spin & has a high pitch sound?


This is usually caused by a clogged air flow. Start with making sure the filter is clean.
Check behind the filter, at the inport hole. This is a common place for clogs to form, then back up into the hose.
Detach the hose at both the tank and powerhead. You may be able to see a clog at either end. If not, hold one end up and drop a coin in. Lift hose so coin drops through. If the coin doesn't exit, there's a blockage. You can clear it by using a broom handle to push it back through.
Check the powerhead where the hose attaches. If a clog isn't visible, drop a coin in the opening. If it doesn't fall through, the clog can be cleared by using a wooden spoon handle, or similar blunt object, to push it through to the brush and out.
For additional troubleshooting, see the manual located below.

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Problem is system cuts off after 10-30 seconds. Is this a common problem?


It is if the motor overheats. Overheating can be caused by several things. Clogged pipes, hose, wands, or power nozzle, or a dirty filter are the most common.
First, disconnect the hose from the wands, plug the hose into the wall outlet, and check the suction. If it's weak or non-existent, there's probably a blockage in it. You can double check by dropping a coin in one end and lifting the hose until the coin drops out the other end. This can best be cleared by using a shop vac or air compressor to blow air through it from the wall end. Plug the shop vac hose into the exhaust port, with the other end in the wall end of the hose Turn on. If this doesn't clear it, you'll probably need to take it to a repair shop.
Visually check the wands. If clogged, simply push it out with a broom handle.
With the wand detached, drop a coin into the wand opening of the power nozzle. If it doesn't fall through, use a wooden spoon handle to push the clog back through toward the brush. Clear it from there.
Check the filter. Remove it and rinse thoroughly. Allow it to air dry thoroughly before reinstalling.
If none of these help, the vacuum needs to be taken to a repair shop for diagnosis and repair.

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No suction from the vac, but it sounds like its on.


Three things are the most likely.
1. If it's an older model, the hose is likely well worn and probably has leaks at each end where it attaches to the handle and connector at the other end. If this is the case, a new hose is needed.
2. A blockage in the hose. To check the hose for blockages, detach both ends and drop a coin down one end. Lift the hose a little at a time so coin drops out the other end. If it doesn't, there's a clog. It will probably need to unclogged at an authorized Aerus Electrolux store.
3. A dirty filter. This is probably the first thing to check for, since it's so easy. If it's dirty, it needs to be thoroughly rinsed under warm water. Then allowed to thoroughly air dry prior to use. For this reason, it's highly recommended that an ECV owner have an extra filter on hand.


Is there suction at the end of the hose, or is it just at the power nozzle there's none. If the hose has good suction, check the power nozzle airway. If it's blocked it can easily be cleared by pushing the clog back toward the brush with the handle of a wooden spoon, or other similar object

A blockage in the pipes is also possible, and for this you'll probably need to call someone in.

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I have an older model Electrolux central vac. When I put the hose into the wall outlet, the cannister comes on but there is no suction ? What is needed to correct this?


Three things are the most likely.
1. Since it's an older model, the hose is likely well worn and probably has leaks at each end where it attaches to the handle and connector at the other end. If this is the case, a new hose is needed.
2. A blockage in the hose. To check the hose for blockages, detach both ends and drop a coin down one end. Lift the hose a little at a time so coin drops out the other end. If it doesn't, there's a clog. It will probably need to unclogged at an authorized Aerus Electrolux store.
3. A dirty filter. This is probably the first thing to check for, since it's so easy. If it's dirty, it needs to be thoroughly rinsed under warm water. Then allowed to thoroughly air dry prior to use. For this reason, it's highly recommended that an ECV owner have an extra filter on hand.

Is there suction at the end of the hose, or is it just at the power nozzle there's none. If the hose has good suction, check the power nozzle airway. If it's blocked it can easily be cleared by pushing the clog back toward the brush with the handle of a wooden spoon, or other similar object.

Jan 15, 2011 | Electrolux Central Vacuum

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The hose on my vaccuum is not picking up. I am pretty sure something is blocking the hose up but not all the way. Is there a way that it detaches from the vaccum and if there is what next?


The hose should be attacthed by two screws or two clips, depending on the model BISSELL vacuum you have.
Remove the hose and push a broom handle through the hose to clear the clog.

Aug 12, 2010 | Bissell Vacuums

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No suction?


-Check to make sure the dirt cup is empty.
-Check the filters, If your filters are dirty they can restrict airflow.
The black filters only may be hand washed in cold water with mild detergent, re-install filters when they are completely dry.
-Check for good suction at the end of the upholstery hose. If there is limited suction from the upholstery hose detach the hose from the machine. Insert a broomstick into the hose to push any obstruction through to the opposite end.
-Check the lower hose for clogs. Remove the screw from the left side of the lower hose on the back of the unit and straighten this section of hose by pulling it down or lay unit out flat (the detent will need to be pushed twice) and roll unit on its side with the lower hose towards the top side. Look through the hose for obstructions. Push a broomstick through this lower hose to unclog.
-Check brush belt and replace if broken.

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No suction - Infinity Shark Vacuum NV31C


You might try sucking the sose out with another vacum from the wrong way. You might be able to remove the hose and push a broom handle or stiff wire through. If you have compressed air available, you could try that, outside.

Im sure you have a clog and if you remove it, you will be back in business.

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No suction.


Poor suction can be caused by obstructions, poor air flow or a compomise in the air flow (hole in the hose). Since you have started with that I would next look at all filters and clean them. First check for suction at the motor, then at accessory hose and then the base. this will lead you to a suction issue. If your baelt has not been replaced in the last 6-12 mo I would change that too. check to make sure your carpet setting is coorect for the carpet being cleaned.

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Kirby generation III


Hello!

Inside the machine end of the hose is a round rubber ring that holds the hose into the hose end. Take a flathead screwdriver and push the edge of the rubber ring towards the center and downward. MAKE SURE THAT YOU DON'T STAB YOURSELF IN THE PALM WITH THE SCREWDRIVER! lol

It should come out with some hard pushing. Now, just push the edge of the ring inwards again and hold it in place with your other hand. Put it up inside the new hose end and then use the screwdriver to smash the edge back out again to hold it in the new hose end. Hope this helps. If you need any more help, I have a shop on a POPULAR auction site under the exact same ID as I am using here. Feel free to contact me with any Kirby question.

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