Question about Eureka 12 Amp Capture Vacuum Upright Vacuum
1. Replace bag if needed.
2. Check hose/s for clogs. You'll need to detach both ends of the hose, check for visible clogs first, then try to roll a marble through the hose. If it doesn't go all the way through, there's obviously a clog that needs to be removed. Blowing it out with a machine that has an exhaust port usually works for me.
3. Check tube in powerhead and intake on vacuum for clogs. Remove if necessary.
4. Clean filter.
5. Leaky hoses will also cause extreme loss of airflow/suction. No fix for this, except to replace the hose.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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