Question about Vacuums
Take all of your filters out then turn it on and see if you have suction.if so the filters are dirty.talke your hose off and blow throughit if you can't the hose is blocked up.also go to the intake hose which is located at the bottom ,it should be kind of clear.it comes up the backside at the bottom.theres a connector it is attached to that is held in be 1 or 2 screws take them out and you should be able to pull it away from the back a little ,take a coat hanger and bend the tip so it is round then work it down into the intake hose and see if you can push the clog out though the bottom .those are the things that will keep it from having suction.try the filters first,then the hose,then the intake hose.good luck
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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