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Is the suction control plastic ring shut?. If it's wide open you get almost no suction. See picture.
If that is closed check the long metal wand. Disconnect from the beater bar head and check the whole length of the wand and look into the beater bar head opening for something plugging it.
It\'s used to remove mucus from a baby\'s nose when it\'s congested. The most common types are simply bulbs that you use to remove the mucus. Others have plastic tubes, one for the infant\'s nose and the other you use to suck the snot out. Don\'t worry none of it gets in your mouth.
Chances are you are missing a rubber seal. If you take the clear plastic cup off the bottom of the tip, there should be a ring sealing there. There are also two little black rings on the shaft if you pull the tip off from the handle. But I'll be it's the first one over the cup that's missing.
Hi, If the motor is running then there is either a blockage causing lack of suction or the impeller on the motor shaft, which generates the suction, is loose or broken. You will need to open the machine up to determine the exact cause. Best wishes, Graemevm
You have a blockage in the wand - take the wand off of the back of the machine, separate the wand from the hose by pushing the red button where the hose is attached to the wand. Hold the wand up in the air and look trough it. If you don't see light coming through the other end you have a blockage in the wand. Take a long object like a stick or a metal hanger and remove the blockage. I am confident that this is where the blockage is but...if you can see through the wand the blockage is in the u-bend, but the hose won't constrict then...remove the u-bend which is attached to the vac at the bottom next to the long gray hose - it is attached to the machine with a plastic screw - turn the plastic screw 45 degrees anti-clockwise and clear the blockage from the u-bend.