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I accidentally vaccuumed up some wet items with my James so the white cloth filter became wet and suction was lost. It was making a sort of vibrating noise as if there was something stuck in the tubes. I have bought a new white filter but still have no suction. Any ideas?

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Did you check the impeller fan that sucks air?
Sometimes the motor runs and the suction impiller don't move at all!
It doesn't go with the rotation of the motor itself!
or
Something stuck in the fan!

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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