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I have no suction on the Lindhause healthcare pro Hepa

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Make sure that the on switch is in the upright position. Down won't give you give you suction when vacuming.

Make sure that the hose is securly in the lower part of the vacuum.
Test the hose with your hand before you put it back to see if you're getting air sucked in through hose. If not it must be clogged up somewhere. You might contact Lindhause home base.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

  • pastor_dave1 Apr 09, 2009

    Remember to change the bag frequently. If your bag is full of fine ash and dust it needs to be changed more frequently.



    Go to a local Lindause dealer for further help.



    Hope this helps.

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