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Hoover Empower Widepath Vacuum Doesn't ****

The main part of the standup vacuum does not **** up the dirt. The hoses do **** but not the main upright part used to vacuum carpets. A lot of dust comes from the top of the base. Is there a quick fix or is this just broken?

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This model requires the lower end of the hose to be installed into the base unit to pick up the dirt. If it is properly installed, I would check the belt and also look for a blockage. The normal life span of a belt is about 9-12 months. your belt # 40201190 2 pk

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