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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: filter keeps clogging
Generic problem for all Vacuums
Filter keeps clogging
Posted by ozandcaza on Jun 29, 2008
Dust etc collects in the filter above the dust container. The dust container remains empty. Hoover then over heats and cuts out. Collect in replaced new filters in Hoover but problem still remains.
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. My question is how old is the Hoover vacuum? If it less than a year you should really see an Authorized Hoover vacuum cleaner dealer that the problem might be covered under a factory warranty. This should not be happening and it sound to me like there is a clog somewhere in the vacuum fill area that is causing it to do this to you and the vacuum. You are lucky that you have a thermal switch that does shut it off. If not and it is over the one year factory warranty then you should see a local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or contact Hoover Cust Serv @ the website and or phone 3 listed below. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2008
SOURCE: I have a new Hoover
First, complete detach the hose from the machine. Drop a small coin through the hose to ensure that's where the clog is. If the coin doesn't go through, connect wrong end of hose to the intake and turn vacuum on. This should loosen the clog and possibly clear it completely. If not use an air hose or shop vacuum exhaust to blow the clog out. Borrow one if necessary.
Check inside intake for a clog between hole and filter. If it's clear, check the tube in the power head. Because of the bend there, it's a good (bad?) spot for clogs. This can usually be cleared by using the hose with a nozzle to vacuum it out. Or try needle nose pliers to grasp and pull out.
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
SOURCE: Just purchased Dyson DC33. There
I can confirm that the air you've noticed blowing out of the cleaner is simply the HEPA-filtered exhaust air being expelled back into the room. It's a feature of the cleaner's design, and is nothing to be concerned about.
If you have any further questions about using or maintaining your Dyson cleaner, please get in touch with us directly - you can call us free on 08002980298 (UK), or 1866MYDYSON (US). Alternatively, for step-by-step maintenance and troubleshooting guides, visit www.dyson.com, and click on 'Support'.
Dyson Online Customer Support
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
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