Question about Electrolux Epic 6500 Vacuum
I was vacuuming the car interior without any attachments. Apparently under the seat was a part of a plastic Easter egg that went right into the vacuum hose handle but is now stuck there because it's too big for the hose. I tried blowing it out but it must be lodged in there.
If it is in the tube part of the vacuum, you could poke it out with a long and skinny pole, or a meter stick. If it is stuck in the hose, just open up the part that closes the vacuum bag, and do the same with a very long piece of metal or wood, as a meter stick will not be long enough.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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