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Bag light shows bag is full and shuts off.

I added a new bag and now the vacuum cleaner shuts off saying the bag is full, which it is not. I have tried blowing out the hose with an air compressor, nothing is clogging it. What else can I do?! Can I go around the problem so I can vacuum?

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It sounds like you have a bad control valve. The best thing to do is take it to an Aerus Electrolux dealer and have them replace it for you. It shouldn't be very expensive and they can probably do it while you wait. Good Luck!

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