Question about Hoover Vacuums
Then there most be a clog either in the hose or the dirt inlet by the brush roll. If you pull the hose off like you are going to use an attachment, is there suction there. If not, then the problem is in the hose. If there is suction, then the problem is down below,
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Remove the clean water tank.
Recline the handle and let the cleaner lay flat.
Remove the dirty water tank lid.
Reposition the front panel located on the outside of the tank in the center. It should be flush to the tank, even straight across and pushed down as far as it will go.
Assemble the dirty water tank lid back on from the front to the back. The lid should not lift up from the front.
Try it out. The cleaner should now have suction. Good luck!
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