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How often have you changed the filters in the vacuum?-- and when was the last time you did it now?

Obviously emptying the dirt collecting chamber OFTEN helps the vacuum--
but then in addition, there are several filters-- are they clean?

Pull them out, tap and otherwise shake the dirt loose from them, until they are clean--
(Compressed air is great for this-- but you might not have that nearby, right?)
Do yo have another vacuum that might help you clean up the filters?
Or-- maybe it is time to replace all the filters?

Let us know how successful your efforts on the above turn out.

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Generic problem for all Vacuums
How do I clean the
How do I clean the filters?
Comment by Avonb, posted on Apr 22, 2008 I have a Bagless twin clean, thought I was cleaning the filters but apparently not, the manual is very vague

I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure.
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http://www.hoover.com ---- example given
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