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Clogged how do you blow out your system from the inside to the bag

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Don't try to blow anything through the pipes just hold the hose of a shop vac to an inlet thats not working. if there is a clog it will be pulled to the inlet so you can use pliers to remove it.

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The cleaner sucks very poorly. The motor sounds fine, it blows well and there is no obstruction.


If it blows, then it should suck equally unless there is leakage on the intake (suck) side meaning something inside disconnected or cracked, letting air in from other directions. I do not know the vacuum you speak of; upright (which has a short hose often clogged by itself) or canister which might also have a leaky seal at the bag door.

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Oreck vacuum is blowing out air and not sucking up dust. Why is it doing that???


Most likely the air passage from the motor to the bag is clogged.

Take it outside, remove the bag, and turn it on. That may blow the clog out. If not, open it from the bottom, and try to snag the clog out.

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DOES NOT HAVE SUCTION AND BLOWS OUT FILTER


A few things could be going wrong here. It could be time to change your bag if this is the case. If the bag is not full, you could be experiencing a clog. Attach your hose to the filter exhaust to blow out the clog. That should work. If it doesn't, you might want to bring your vacuum to a local repair shop.

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My Oreck XL is shooting dust out from the roller when I try to vacumn


This is a sign that the bag is full or there's a clog in the air flow piping. Check behind the brush for clogs and remove if there is. Open the cloth bag, remove the paper bag, and check inside the tube. If no blockage is visible, drop a coin or marble down the opening and see if it rolls out. If not, there's a clog that needs removed. You can use an air pressure hose to blow it out..

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Poor suction in system - I have used shop vac to suction all three receptacles. Have checked bag and cleaned everything. Still poor suction. I have one receptacle in garage that works perfectly. Must...


Have you checked the hose for clogs or leaks. Clogged and leaky hoses are an area of concern with any central vac. Unless you hose has a hose sock, then wear and tear from constant rubbing on floors and other surfaces will result in holes and cracks. Pulling the hose can also result in leaks where the hose attaches to the handle and intake connector.
Mix some dish soap with water.
Use shop vac to blow air through hose, with other end capped or "clogged".
Apply soap solution to each end of hose.
If bubbles form, this indicates leakage. Hose will need to be replaced.

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If the bag fills up with air it should be sucking since the air that fills the bag is blowing air into the bag thus the dust gets carried along with it. However it should be easy to inspect the hose by taking it off by either removing screws *dont lose them, by the way! And looking at the dust channel after the beater bar. Either way something is clogged if the dust bag is filling up with air. Also check that the filter underneath the bag or beside the motor is completely clean.

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De clogging pipes


You can try these as long as you have some airflow. http://builtinvacuum.com/tornado-power/ If you have no suction or airflow from one particular inlet, you can reverse the main unit by hooking the inlet piping to the exhaust of the unit. Tape all other inlets closed, and turn the unit on. This should blow the clog out through the inlet door. (be prepared for a some mess with newspaper or something else to protect your floor in front of the inlet) If you still can't unclog it, borrow a portable canister vacuum or a shop vac and try to **** the clog from the inlet while you blow from the other end with your central unit. Good Luck!!

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Did you check the inlet down by the brush roll?

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Dust blowing out of my vaccuum cleaner


Usually when dust is blowing out it is caused by a clog, either the hose, or the dirt inlet down by the brush roll is clogged. Check them and clean them out and you should be ok.

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Check all airways ,it is clogged somewhere. 1 take off the emptor 2check the flexable fill tube in side the bag 3 look inside the casting where u took the emptor off 4 run the machine without paper bag - there should be a free flow of air-LOTTS-u need the emptor back on to do this-keep your face away incase something comes rushing out Cheers Phil C

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