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Hi! If no dirt is entering into the dirt cup it could be that you have a clog in your hose. Detach the hose from both ends and use a broom stick or something similar to carefully loosen and remove any clogs in the hose. Hope this helps! If not you can always reach out to us here on Fixya, Facebook.com/dirtdevil, or Twitter @DirtDevil. Thanks!
I have a Dyson and was having a similar problem some time back. I found out these bagless systems still have a filter that picks up the fine dust to keep it contained. Find out where yours is located and beat the dust out of it really good or just replace it.
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If the filters have been washed and installed back in instantly there wont be any suction. Check the top filters have been cleaned thoroughly and also check inspection tubes/hose and dust channels to check for a clog. Also check the sole plate / bottom of where the beater bar as there may be a clog somewhere.
check the filter gauze on the unsud of vack where bag is if this is blocke you will not have vacuum as there will not be ventilation thro this filter should be able to feel blow of air from this vent when vacuuming up hope this helps good luck from uk !