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Vacuum doesn't slant backwards

I pushed the foot thing on the vacuum to slant it so I can vacuum but it seems to be stuck, would appreciate any help or solutions anyone has tried!

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The suction is so great that it sucks up your carpet, then nothing works. I get my children to stand on the corners/edges of the rug so that it stays perfectly flat on the floor while I vacuum. Or, you can turn off the brush roller (set it to "hard floor" setting). Or, tip the vacuum cleaner's front up slightly while vacuuming, to reduce suction.

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SOURCE: what pedal do you push to slant the start handle backwards

Hello,
Here is a link to the owners manual.

http://www.eureka.com/servlet/ListParts?model=4870&description=Bagged+Upright&type=Upright

Select your model and then select owners guide.
Hope this helps.

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