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Vacuum not suctioning properly and dirt is not reaching cannister.

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For sure a clog some where in the hose most likely, or where the hose enters the vacuum

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Hey Julie,

Hopefully we will get this solved together.

To me, this problem sounds like either the filters are choked up and cannot breathe, OR.... the bagless cannister is not quite sitting in the machine properly.
Honestly, I am more leaning towards the cannister not quite in properly, that is assuming that everything is out of the suction hose.

Start with the process of elimination. Remove and clean the filters with a paint brush or other brush. Get as much dirt and debris off of them as you can and replace them into the machine.
Turn on the machine, and using only the hose attachment, feel if the suction is there. If not, try a re-alignment of the cannister and check the hose. a small coin or marble running through the hose will tell you if there is still a blockage in there.
Where the attachment hose connects to the bottom of the machine could also be blocked up as well. This will also give the same effect of the dirt blowing out the bottom of the machine.

Lastly, it is also quite possible that the belt has stretched or worn out. This too will contribute to it not picking up.
Let me know if this helps, and we will go from there.
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check your suction hose again, follow it to where it goes into the body of the machine. I assume this will be near where the bagless cannister is. Remove the bagless cannister and look up inside to where the attachment hose should come into the cannister. I believe you are still blocked up there. using a butter knife or something along those lines should free up the blockage.
Also, if that is all clear, try re-adjusting the dirt cannister as it may not be on properly to create your suction flow through the hose.
Good luck and let me know if I can help further.

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You might have success trying to "back vacuum" the hose. A broom handle is sure to clear the clog, however.

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Hello hdd85,
I think you answered your own question when you verified that all the vacuum outlets have vacuum on them and then after you hook up tyhe vac hose, you fail to get vacuum at the other end. I would say that based on your problem description, you have an obstruction in the hose. You may have afriend with an air compressor that you can try forcing air in one end to free up the clog but if that doesn't work, do you know anyone with a wet/dry utility vac that you can try using the vacuum or exaust side to free the hose up ? Lastly, if you know an electrician, they normally have 'snakes' used to fish wires thru wall cavities... If careful, that might get the clog out.. Hope that gives you soem ideas on how to resolve,,,,
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