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Attachments hose won't **** but blows out

The attachments hose won't **** but instead it blows air and stuff out of where the hose connects to the lower right side of the vacuum. If I am doing just regular vacuuming and not trying to use the attachments hose, it seems to work fine.

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    Mine dies the same thing. I try to see what the problem is...I turn over the vacuum and dirt falls out of the bottom where stuff gets sucked up. My hose never works, if I try to use it dust and dirt flies everywhere!!!

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The polarity on the motor mite change with use or low suctoin

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How do you make it blow air out? trying to make air blow out,i have the hose that has controls on it. will work to **** up but when i put it to blow out will not come on.


The Guardian Canister vacuums have a blow port under the filter. So you need to remove the filter (on the Guardian Ultra, you have to open the top of the vacuum) by lifting it up the forward. Then disconnect the hose from the normal suction end of the unit and plug it into the blower port. Now turn on the vacuum. If the hose is clogged, position the other end of the hose at the suction port.

For the Guardian canister, select the high, medium or low force for the motor. Then blow the dust out from under the furniture or use to fill an inflatable. Turn off the vacuum and replace the hose in the usual position and replace the filter when done.

If you are still unable to get the unit to blow out when connected to the exhaust port after attempting to clear the hose, separate the hose, wand and handle. Look down the hose for any object that might be creating a one-way valve. Remove the foreign object.Do the same with the other parts of the unit. Also replace the vacuum bag. If the bag is sufficiently full, the airflow will be reduced through the bag to the exhaust and cause the problem you describe.

The Electrolux Guardian Canister Vacuums are part of the Aerus line. The manuals for the vacuums are available here: http://www.aerusvacuums.com/support/manuals/index.cfm . The Guardian Ultra is in the current model section. The Guardian is listed in the Older Model drop-down menu.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(many canister vacuums have a blower mode when you connect the hose to the exhaust (after the bag) instead of the suction side of the unit.)

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My Bissell bagless vacuum does not seem to work anymore. It will start to with a suction and then instead of picking up the dirt, it appears to blow the dirt out almost in a cloud of dust and debris from...


this is caused by a dirty air filter and/or a blocked vacume hose ( most of the time the blockage is at the bend where the hose enters the floor sweeper area ) ---
remove and tap out and brush the filter ( or use a air compressor to blow out filter ).
then with the vacume on its side - remove the bottom plate ( like you were going to change the belt ) and use a coat hanger and clean out the hose between the floor sweeper and where the suction hoes attaches. this will restore your vacume to full operation.

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sometimes debris can still be hidden in odd places. if you have access to compressied air you might carefully us it to blow out all the passageways that the air travels from the brush to the dirt holding area. make sure you dont have a filter that you missed when you replaced them. use low pressure air to blow out the system as high pressre air might damage a part of the system.is the motor running at the normal speed? if not you might try to find out why and fix that as well. as always never worksk on a vacuum that is plegged in. good luck.

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Hello. The hose attaches on backside of cleaner right in the middle. (it twists in the opening) If you are talking about the other end, it attaches at the lower right side(if standing behind cleaner) of cleaner. I hope this helps! let me know

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No air pressure to **** up dirt


First test suction on unit without the hose, is there suction? If yes, attach hose and test. If no go to the door to outside, attach hose to the top of unit where it blows (under handle on top), put hose out door and turn on. The stuff clogging the hose should blow out the end.

If it wasn't the hose check the wand, and then the power nozzle and using the above to clear obstruction.

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I had the same problem with my Eureka vacuum cleaner. I don't have the problem with the beater bar, but I had the problem with the attachment hose not getting any suction. I found out that I was putting attachment on the wrong end of the hose. The end that you use in the front. Don't how I got that confused because it always worked before. Hope this helps with the hose part of the problem.

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Utlimate g vacuum appholstery attachment


Hi!
You need to take the power nozzle off and attach the thing that looks like a little plastic cup with two hooks on it. This is the intake guard. Attach it to the front. Now remove the cloth bag and put the hose on the hole where the bag was. You'll have to line the arrow on the hose up with the notch on the Kirby and push the hose arm toward the Kirby until it pops on. If you need to, lube up the edges of the hole with a wee bit of vaseline or hand lotion. This makes the hose engage easier.

Since you lost your manual, you may want another. They are available in DVD, VHS or book format. Check it out!

http://stores.ebay.com/CLICK-HERE-FOR-GREAT-DEALS_KIRBY-OWNERS-MANUALS_W0QQcolZ4QQdirZ1QQfsubZ7656839QQftidZ2QQtZkm

Hope this helps...
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Attachment


Not sure what these parts are officially called, but...
There is a sort of blank cap that replaces the floor attachments.  It has a plastic grill front to keep fingers etc out of the input while blowing.  Then, the bag unscrews, unlocks with a partial turn counterclockwise, and PULL.  Then there is an attachment that replaces the bag holder and the hose fits on this attachment.
That's it.  Now the input is shielded, and the output air comes out the hose.  If you want, you can also take the upright handle off and put the small handle on to hand hold the body of the machine while blowing. One safety issue - the holes in cap on the input side are certainly large enough for sand or small debris to pass through it.  This debris would then be ejected out the blower side at high speed.

 

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