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Check the secondary filter, usually the HEPA filter. This gets clogged after extended use. Remove it and take it outside and gently tap it on a hard surface dirty side down till clear.

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Why is my hoover agility not sucking up water


It is likely the recovery tank lid is loose. This means the suction is loosing. Worst case is the suction pump is faulty.
Look at this manual in the troubleshooting section.
http://hoover.com/file/655/

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When we plug in the hose the motor in garage runs but no air or suction comes out of the outlets. we cleared all the lines too.


Check to see if you have suction at the unit. If you have suction at the unit, your pipes are stopped up. If you don't have suction, you have a pipe loose under the house. Also you could just have a stopped up hose

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Not alot of suction but when using the hose alot of suction is it a motor problem how do i fix it plz bagless up rite


It could be your belt, if it is loose it will not turn the roter at its max power which means less suction.

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The machine will not suction - it will spray and spin the brushes but will not suction - the power is going to the machine, but it will not suction.


Disconnect the suction hose. While running, check the suction port if it works, by putting a piece of paper. If the paper is taken in, then it is oK. Now, check the suction Hose for breaks or opening before the suction head. Breaks or opening breaks the suction power at the suction head. Loose connection between the suction pipe and the suction port also must be check as this will also cause the same
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Motor makes loud growling noise, no suction on model 270 i Miele canister style vacuum


Hi there SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au here. Unfortunately that normally means the motor has shot its bearings and/or its carbon brushes. I think it is time to purchase a new one. On the bright side there are some rreally great vacuums out there! If you want any help choosing a new machine send me a message. Happy Vacuuming :)

Sep 04, 2009 | Vacuums

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Sebo automatic x1.1 loss of suction


Check that the dust channel from the sole plate/brush head isn't clogged. Open the trapdoor (usually orange in colour on the base) and inspect the dust channel - sometimes dog hair can get trapped between the main dust channel and the feeder. Other than that take off the main hose and see if there's a clog down there as well as the main part where the wand locks in at the back. Its reasonably easy to get a clog out from a Sebo X range model.

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Loosing suction


Well you did not state what model and brand this is, but usually if the hose or the dirt inlet by the brush roll gets clogged, then you lose suction. If you can't figure it out, usually there is a year warranty, take it in for warranty service.

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No suction in upright position


Check the adapters at the bottom. They're supposed to move cleanly when you lower the handle. It's pretty obvious if there's an air gap when you lower the handle, and you should hear the suction in the air gap.

And...call Dyson...their support is great!

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