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Vacuums but doesn't go into the collector

My bissell is vacuuming but it does not go into the collector, it is getting jammed where the motor would be at. You cannot use the attachment hose because it is not sucking through there and the unit is getting overheaded all the time,. Any suggestions on how to clean that or what the problem is.

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  • Anonymous Jun 01, 2008

    Have used this vacuum twice (brand new) and it is doing (or not doing) exactly the same as above. Add to the above that since the debrie is NOT going to the collector, it is blowing out from the back or underside somewhere. Given the fact that I have used this product twice since it came out of the box,you can imagine, I'm not impressed.

  • Anonymous Jun 25, 2008

    no or very little suction blows out back of vac where filter is

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Duh...I took mine apart completely, put it back together and nothing is getting thru. ridiculous

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Check to make sure there is no blockage in the hose.

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