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There is no suction. I have made sure the lines are clear. There is good suction from the hole attached to the pump. The clear bulb seems to be a little loose & I think we are losing suction to the nose tube due to air leaking around the clear bulb.

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There are a couple of things you can do and it depends on whether you don't have suction from both the wand and the bottom of the
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1) First check the suction of the machine to ensure that the motor is still good - remove the canister and look for the two
openings/holes on the spine/frame of the machine - put your hand in front of the hole on the LEFT (higher than the hole on the right)
- if there is suction, continue the troubleshoot instructions, if there is no suction your motor may be damaged - call the Dyson
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2) Check for blockages from the bottom of the machine. Remove the:
(i) U-Bend (stand behind the machine and look next to the right-hand-side wheel, it's attached with a rectangular clip next to the
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(ii) AI Valve (stand behind the machine and look above the right-hand side wheel, it's attached with two buttons on either side of the
AI Pipe/Valve - push the two buttons and pull the pipe up and off and make sure there is clear - if there's a blockage remove it and
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(iii) Refit the internal hose on the bottom of the machine between the wheels and make sure it isn't torn and has no holes in it and
that there is nothing clogged inside it - to refit the hose: Pull it off where it sits next to the wheel first - make sure that the
gray piece of rubber is still on the hose (if it isn't, pull the gray piece of rubber off the hole and reconnect it to the hose by
twisting it back on) - next, twist the hose off where it connects to the brushbar - inspect the hose and make sure you don't have any
holes in it - put it back on by twisting it onto the side of the brushbar first - then line the gray piece of plastic end up with the
hole next to the wheel and push and twist it back over the hole. Bring the machine back upright and test it
3) Check for blockages in the wand. Remove the:
(i) U-Bend (stand behind the machine and look next to the right-hand-side wheel, it's attached with a rectangular clip next to the
long gray hose - push the clip and pull the U-Bend off, make sure its clear - if there's a blockage remove it and continue with the
blockage check to ensure that the entire machine is clear)
(ii) Wand - take the wand off the back of the machine - put one hand on the wand handle and one hand on the gray hose - pull the
handle and push the gray hose down, you'll see a metal rod being exposed, push the hose until it clicks into place - press the
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competely - point the wand into the air or at a source of light (please don't point it at the sun) and look through the metal rod part
- the handle is bent but you should still see some light coming through the other end - if you don't, there is a blockage in the wand
- use a long object like a stick or a metal hanger to remove the blockage
(iii) Hose - no need to remove it - just stretch it out and make sure that there are no dark spots in the hose (those would be
blockages) - you can also through the top of the hose - if you don't see the ground at the bottom there is a blockage in the hose
4) If no blockages are found on the machine at all:
(i) wash the filter in cold water and leave it out to dry for at least 24 hours
(ii) blow out the cyclone from the bottom (open the door on the bin door - you can now look into the cyclone) - blow it out with an
air compressor or a leaf blower
(iii) Wipe all the small holes off on the cyclone with a dryer sheet
When the filter is dry, test the suction again. If there still is no suction on the machine, call the Dyson Helpline, they'll set you
up with a repair with the closest authorized dealer in your area.

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