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I Have a Panasonic MC-V7367 upright vacuum. After a short period of time while vacuuming it shuts off when pulling the vacuum backwards. I have to waite a minute before I can restart again. This happens over and over while trying to vacuum an aera. Any suggestions on how to fix this problem?

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the device is a bypass which allows some air flow when there is a blockage. you have a blockage somewhere i suspect hence no suction. check all hoses carefully. take off the base and check the air duct away from the brush roll

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With a belt on, make sure that the motor spindle is sitting straight and not being pulled down towars the brush roll. If it is then hte motor cover will have to be replaced, which may not be available anymore. Another is make sure that the brush roll spins freely and not froze up. Also make sure that where the brush roll sits in the slots, that it hasn't over heated there and damaged the noozle.

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Probably not the motor protector, its function is shut off the motor if it overheats. Most likely you have a clog or partial clog in the inlet down by the brush roll, or it is in the hose. But if the motor is running, and suction is low, with no clogs, then maybe the motor is running at a slower speed and will have to be replaced.

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SOURCE: Filters for panasonic vacuum cleaner MC-E468

Hi! Sometimes really hard to remember which of these models is which, so please forgive me if this is not a complete solution.  I'm pretty sure you will find there are two filters.  The first is a foam filter, and is located at the bottom of the bag compartment.  It pulls out to the front, and is washable (of course it must be completely dry before re-use).  The second (and here I'm on less secure ground) is a HEPA filter, and is located behind a removable panel on the front of the bag compartment door.  The HEPA filter is not washable, but rarely if ever needs to be changed unless the machine has been used for vacuuming a lot of extremely fine dust. I hope this helps, and I value your feedback. Please remember to rate my response.  Good luck!

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SOURCE: What belt does the Panasonic MC-V7380 Vacuum take?

Here is a link to the belts you need for your model and the manual which has instructions:

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