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My vacuum has no suction and does appear to be clogged.

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Make sure the door is on securely. check that the hose is installed in the correct place on the vacuum for the floor cleaning.

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Hi my vacuum (Russell Hobss 2200 Bagless HEPA)
Hi my vacuum (Russell Hobss 2200 Bagless HEPA) seems to have just enough (not loads) of suction till it reaches the cleaning head. The head does not appear to be blocked - but there is then almost no suction at all.
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