Question about Hoover Vacuums
Clean out the hose that connects the beater bar to the rest of the hose you have it clogged these kinds of problems can easily be seen DU
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Loss of suction when vacuuming
I had the same problem, but it wasn't a belt. Instead, it was the input hole under the roller that was jammed up with lint and other stuff.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
There's also the possibility that the fan/impeller has stripped loose from the motor shaft and is basically sitting there while the motor turns. Also, you may have broken vanes on the fan/impeller that will drastically reduce the suction. Replacement fans aren't very expensive to replace if it's stripped or broken.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
I had a similar problem with mine. When you take the collector container out, if you reach your hand up, you will fill a round, plastic piece. Gently turn it and the piece pulls out. On the outside of the piece is a foam filter that may be plugged. There is another filter underneath the collection container in a pull-out drawer. Both filters can be washed with cool water, allowed to dry totally, then replaced. I understand that both of these filters need to be washed "frequently". It worked for me, hope it works for you.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
First remove the mini-emptor and check for a clog also check the fan for anything cloging that or the hose may be clogged
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
SOURCE: vacuum not picking up
At the top of your wand, do you have a plastic swivel that cover a hole in the wand? This is for when you are cleaning curtains, and if that is open, or cracked you will loose suction there... also check your hose for cracks, or breaks. If it were in the shop I would put a gauge on it... normal suction is about 80-95 inches of water lift at the end of the hose. Once you have check each section of the hose, and wand, check the housing for cracks, a missing gasket (Very Good Reason For Lack Of Suction) As to your Filter, how long have you used that one filter, you can clean them for a while, but once a paper filter gets full of FINE dust you won't get it all out, you will have to replace the filter itself at that point. I hope this was helpful.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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