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When sucking up dirt I can feel it hitting my feet

I have a Hoover Mach 3 only 2months old. When I sweep up the dirt I can see it going into the container, but I also feel some of it hitting my feet. It is coming out the back of the sweeper. What is this about.

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You could have a partial clog eihter in the hose or in the dirt inlet by the brush roll. If can't figure it out, you have a years warranty on this, take it to a warranty repair shop.

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