Question about Panasonic MC-E583 Bagged Upright Vacuum
Hoover has basic suction (can feel it at end of hose) but not enough to carry dirt all the way to the bag. Not enough to inflate bag in housing either. Have cleaned all filters. Recently replaced drive belt. Don't see what, but could that have caused a problem...?
HI If the cleaner is loosing suction make sure to check all inspection tubes and the dirt channel hoses after the spinning brush. Also check the main hose for any clogging. One of the worst faults of this model is clogging hoses. Hope that helps you.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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