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Low suction I have a Hoover central vacuum system. I've reset the fuse box, checked the fuses, all of the lines are clear and there are no holes for escaped air to travel out. The filter has been cleaned as well. The vac works well with high suction when hooked directly to the unit, however when using any of the indoor connections there is extremely low suction. The machine still turns on so I do not believe it is an electronic issue. I have troubleshooted the issue as best I could and would value any additional input you could help with in resolving the low suction. Thank you.

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You probably have debris partially clogging in the line coming into the unit

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I suspect the hoses are plugged with debris.

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Check the flexible hose that comes down from the handle.  Look for a crack where it plugs into the base unit.  (visible once you open the handle up and remove the cleanable catch basket)

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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Take out the duct in front of the tank (#3), the hose end will have a duct on it that you insert in its place. This provides the suction for the hose. Don't forget to put that duct you took out back in place, or you won't have suction when you use the steam cleaner.

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SOURCE: Hoover Steam Vac - Brushes not turned, no suction power

The Brushes not spinning is most likely is caused by seized bearings in the turbine, requiring shop service (easy fix). The suction issue can be caused by the standpipe seal missing or lower recovery tank not on properly, on some models missing front panel. I would need more exact model info to assist further.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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the suction channel is probably clogged.the suction channel goes right up the middle ,you can see it by looking through the cover.probably a lot of hair and dirt stuck up inside.there are some screws on the botton you need to take out then the cover will come off.seperate the 2 pieces of plastic and you will be able to clean the channel.please leave feedback

Posted on May 01, 2009

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Assure the ring gasket is in place under the hood. A round rubber gasket must be in place on the round tube under the hood where the recovery tank sits to connect the vacuum from the motor to the round tube on the bottom of the tank.

Make sure the tank lid is aligned to the recovery tank to seal, and assure the square panel is in place on the front of the recovery tank that connects the vacuum of the tank to the clear nozzle plate.

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http://www.hoover.com/pdfs/manuals/F5914900.pdf

Problem: Low suction
Problem: Clean solution won’t
dispense
Problem: Brushes/brush indicator
won’t rotate during floor cleaning
Possible cause
Possible solution
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