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Hoover wind tunnel isn't suctioning but seems to be blowing out

Nothing is happening when we vacuum. It looks like a paths of dirt are being created.

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Most people buy a bagless vacuum once, then return to a bagged one after their bad experience, you are not alone!

Please give me the model number to your Hoover, (found on the bottom or the back of the vacuum on a foil label).

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