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When you remove the hose to use the utensils, the dirt is flying out of the hose at the bottom where the utensil is removed from

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Hi Karen. I understand how frustrating this can be. Dust blowing from the bottom hose is normal because the brush is still rotating. If there's excessive dirt flying out, then you may have a clog in the bottom hose.
Here's a quick link to check for clogs: http://www.bissell.com/FAQDetail.aspx?id=1419&cid=ccsocial

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