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No suction in vacuum on a Panasonic MC-V7355

The belt on my vacuum broke and i replaced it. when i turned it on i heard a weird noise coming from behind the vacuum as if the suction was going in through this little device that pops in and out with the suction. I took off the bag to see what it was and it has a little spring that causes it to pop in and out. I hadn't heard this sound before the belt busted. I noticed that the vacuum is not sucking anything up. Another thing I noticed is that the dirt sensor light is not detecting the dirt.

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Re: no suction in vacuum on a Panasonic MC-V7355

The device is a bypass which allows some air flow when there is a blockage. you have a blockage somewhere i suspect hence no suction. check all hoses carefully. take off the base and check the air duct away from the brush roll

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