Question about Electrolux Vacuums
Check the flex hose between the power head and body of the vacuum. If it's cracked, which is likely, there will be a substantial loss of suction at the brush area.
To remove, simply lay the prolux on it's side, pull out the end connected to the power head, then unscrew the end connected to the tank. Turn in a clockwise motion to do so.
To install new hose, screw into the tank in a counter-clockwise direction. When firmly in place, gently push other end into the power head. Manipulate it so it is all the way in.
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