Question about Vacuums
Try using a straightened wire coat-hanger. You should be able to bend a small hook at the end of the wire, and then bend it to get to the clog. If you can get the clog to move a little, but can't get it all the way out, try putting the vacuum back together and turning it on again -- sometimes just loosening up a clog will be enough to let the vacuum **** it through.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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