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The brush spins but the the dirt is not getting into the bag. i cleaned the hoses now it's not sucking anything up.

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If the motor is running you should get some kind of sucktion, if no sucktion or wont blow any air out, check the house making sure is clear of any obtruction, the best way is looking in the house by have one person hold one end and other pull the house straight and look to see any obstruction. if it seem clear, check the motor attach to the fan, yep you have to take the cover to the motor off with phillips screw driver in order to see what causing motor not to **** although the motor may not be attached to the fan; could be loose and not spining the fan to create any sucktion. hope that help some..good luck

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