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Roller that picks up dirt does not move or suck


The roller may be clogged with debris or the drive belt (if there is one) may have broken. The lack of suction could be due to a clogged intake.

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Hose not sucking at all


Depending on what vacuum you have there is likely a clog or restriction in the hose or one of the suction tubes leading to the hose.

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My upright electrolux vacuum will not suction from the wand. How can I fix this?


HI, it's Jim from Crucial Vacuum!

If your Electrolux vacuum is losing suction from its wand then most likely there is a clog in your vacuums hose.

Stretch out your vacuums hose as far as you can to unblock any clogs. If there is a clog in a hard to reach spot try using a broom handle to reach the area.

Another area to check is your unit's dust cup. Allowing for fine dust and debris to rest in your unit's dust cup for a long period may cause your unit to become clogged, which leads to poor or even no suction for your vacuum. Empty your dust filter after every use to promote optimization in your suction.

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Vacuum is spewing dust out of the front vent! We have the Dirt Devil 12 amp bagless upright. Hoses are clear, brushes turn, everything fine except dirt blows OUT instead of going into canister. How


Hi! We actually don't recommend opening the motor compartment. It sounds like there may be a clog somewhere in the vacuum that you are unaware of. Please try following the steps below.

  • Remove the hose from the vacuum from both ends and check it for clogs.
  • Lay your vacuum face down, remove the bottom guard and brush-roll
  • Use a wooden spoon or something similar to help break up and remove any clogs from the lower hose.
  • Check and clean all the filters on the vacuum. If they are really dirty they may need to be replaced.
Hope this helps, if not we can be reached here on Fixya, Facebook.com/dirtdevil or Twitter @DirtDevil



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Reset button on hoover wind tunnel


Hi there! There is no reset button on the cleaner. The vacuum has a thermal protector sensor that will shut the vacuum off when the motor reaches a certain temperature. This is usually caused by a clog or filter that needs to be cleaned or replaced. Be sure to check the hoses for clogs and clean and replace any filters if needed. The vacuum will turn back on when it cools off, this can take up to an hour. Good luck!

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Vacuum is clogged


Without specifics of Model, I can't tell you how. There are no clog ports in Dirt Devil vacuums. Usually a hose has to be removed to unclog.

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I cleaned all the filters and it doesn't have any suction


Check the hoses for a clog. Sometimes the hoses themselves will get clogged and cut off suction -- other times it happens between the beater brush and the hose (within the cleaning head itself). If this is the case, when you turn on the vacuum it will make a higher pitch sound than normal, and sound like it is working really hard, even thought there is no suction. If you can't reach the clog, but you have found it in the hose, you can usually use a coat hanger to either loosen it up or remove it completely from the hose. If this does not work, you can try loosening the clog with another vacuum. Just use the second vacuum to reverse the normal air-flow through the hose ... sometimes this will loosen it up and get your equipment to work.

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Vacuum not suctioning properly and dirt is not reaching cannister.


for sure a clog some where in the hose most likely, or where the hose enters the vacuum

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I have a clogged hose. How can I take it apart to get the clog out? or what can i stick up it to get it out?


Most vacuum cleaner hoses can be unplugged at some point. One way to clear a clog is to reverse the hose & let the vacuum **** the clog out the way it went in. If you have to remove the clog manually, a length of coat hanger wire, with a small hook bent on one end, will serve. Most clogs are near the hose ends, so not much wire length is required.

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