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Sucks up hair and dust but it all collects on the brushes

Lately when I vacuum it cleans the tiled floors well but it does not take it into the container. It all collects around the brushes and so I use the hose to **** it up from the brushes. What is wrong and what should I do?
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It has a obstruction somewhere in the plastic pipe. You are going to have to get your hands dirty and tear it apart. Dont be affraid, its easier than it looks, just take it apart slowly and take pictures as you go. When you get the bott exposed you will need to stick a wire in there and dig out the obstruction. Good luck

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