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No air pressure to **** up dirt

I have an old filter queen, from back in the 90's, and it's always worked fine. Now there isn't much suction power. I've cleaned all the dust out, taken it apart but I don't know how to increase it's power. When turned on, with clean filter, etc, it barely picks up loose dirt on the floor. What do I do

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First test suction on unit without the hose, is there suction? If yes, attach hose and test. If no go to the door to outside, attach hose to the top of unit where it blows (under handle on top), put hose out door and turn on. The stuff clogging the hose should blow out the end.

If it wasn't the hose check the wand, and then the power nozzle and using the above to clear obstruction.

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