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I have an RBV3000CESV-01 Electric Blower/Vacuum. I have used it twice but yesterday after blowing some leaves into a pile and sucking them up, it will no longer blow. Regards, Martin Fielding

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Just a guess here
... but now that you have sucked "up"
everything... you might want to have a look at your chipper.

Most of these blades resemble little more than
a BLENDER-BLADE and if you sucked up a serious twig
you will need to clear it BEFORE using it for more than a paper weight.

Just be sure to have
ALL POWER CUT OFF... so your fingers aren't.

so NONE of your fingers get CUT at all...!!

Carnac the Magnificent

Ryobi Uk Customer Service Information Exploration

Dec 18, 2016 | Vacuums

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Need the manual

All domestic appliances have a rating plate which informs you of the voltage, wattage and energy rating. Its the wattage that will give you a rough theoretical idea of the power but in reality it only applies to the power consumption of the item not its actual sucking/pick-up rate.

Oct 17, 2014 | Vacuums

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I have a Hoover Turbopower 5100 . I have power, and my spinner turns. But I have no suckson power. I look for and blockage. couldn't find a thing. what's wrong?

Same problem here, after 1 month of use, it just wont suck on the bottom side, the hose works correctly with the accessories, but the bottom wont suck, the brush works fine by the way. I removed the hood checked the inside, looked for clogs and nothing.

Oct 01, 2013 | Hoover U6437-900 / U6439-900 Windtunnel...

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My carpet shampooer is not sucking up water?

Hey Karen, having no suction when cleaning can be a bummer.

Here's a quick link to troubleshooting steps to assist you:

Feb 04, 2013 | Bissell 1699 ProHeat Clear View Upright...

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Losing sucking power, the unitbarely lifts tissue paper up off the floor and in to the unit. The sucking power is not what it used to be. Clogged perhaps?

Your filters are getting clogged. It sounds like you have a bagless!? You will need to replace or clean your hepa filter. It is usually located inside or underneath of your canister. It would also be good to clean the rest of your filters also.

Jul 11, 2009 | Vacuums

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I have a egomaxx 1800 vacuum cleaner which is not 'sucking' up at all well. There is no obvious blockage.

Sometimes the blockage is within the hose itself and not easy to spot. The only thing that can keep a vacuum from sucking is somekind of blockage. It is rare that a motor have lost power because of a short thats why it is not sucking, and it would be very obvious because you would smell something burning.

Jun 27, 2009 | Vacuums

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Shop Vac not working well

The only thing after the filter and bag is the motor. Do you have suction with the hose removed? If not then the hose is clogged. If you have some, then the motor is the problem.

Nov 18, 2007 | Shop Vac 925-09-62 QSP Plus Wet/Dry Vacuum

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Bissell powerforce bagless upright vacuum 6594-w

Be sure when you put the dirtant dust container in place that it is in properly. I have had this and believe it or not this container has enough room to fit without it seating properly. Take the dust container out and reseat it making sure the bottom is secure and then turn the lock lever in place. Try it again. What happens is you get an air gap which allows some air to flow but the vacum does not function properly.


Aug 26, 2007 | Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright...

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