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You give much information about your issue. But right off hand it sounds like 1 of 2 possibilities.
Either the waste tank is full or the filters and lines are clogged. The clogs love to hide inside the extension hose, the plastic filter usually found on the bottom of the upright machines and just inside the entrance past the removable clear brush guard.
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