Question about Hoover Vacuums
Sometimes there is a physical switch to move the air ducts that connect to the suction motor. I'm not sure about your model, but here's what I would do. First, read the manual and instructions thoroughly, to see if there's some switch to activate the hose attachment. If that didn't work, I would take it in to a Vacuum Repair Shop and just let them take a look at it. If it's some switch, they will know and most likely show you without charge. If nothing seems to work, get an exchange on the unit, since it could be defective in some respect. Good luck to you, and hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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