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Hoover Mach 3 (Fusion): Dirt Will not enter dirt cup

I have a Hoover Mach 3 cyclonic vacuum (my understanding is that the name was later changed to Hoover Fusion). I'm having issues with the dirt not reaching the dirt cup. The dirt will stay trapped in the hoses, causing the unit to overheat. Every time I vacuum I have to clean out the hoses because the dirt gets stuck right at the entry hole for the dirt cup! Any suggestions? Thanks!

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There is a filter in the top over where the dirt canister clips in, and one under the dirt cannister by the motor. Sometimes removing and cleaning will help if you have not tried it already.

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The dirt in my vacuum keeps getting stuck into the hose and dosent reach the chamber, its a constant problem even if i clean out the clog!!

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