Question about Vacuums
What needs done depends on the vacuum and where the blockage is. You might be able to pull the blockage out or you may have to remove some parts to remove it. Many times a blockage is caused by clogged filters. If the filters do not have adequate airflow it may not be able to moved the debris through the vacuum and causes it to clog. It's important to replace filters at least once per year in most vacuums
Posted on Nov 01, 2013
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