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My hose is losing suction whenever i extend it

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When you strech it the inside gets smaller causing the air having a hard time to flow through. it's clogged most likely. check the hose and clean it out or i suggest taking it off the vacuum, take it outstide and spray a hose thorugh it and let it dry

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http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/

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