Question about Vacuums
Likely you have sucked something into it that is obstructing air flow. Most often it is in the hose itself...remove the hose and shove a broomstick through it (I know...real "high tech" but it works! If that does not work, you will need to take the machine apart and find where the obstruction is. Don't forget to look in the passage going to the hose from the head where the roller is too.
Most are not that complicated and come apart with just a screwdriver.(some newer ones use torks head screws in which case you may need to get a screwdriver with the correct size end on it)
The biggest problem I have seen with people taking them apart is that they tend to overtighten the screws when they put them back in...don't forget that it's plastic. Make note of any longer screws and where they go.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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