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Im not getting enough suction power to pick up a single leaf

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I have a WG501 Started working great then I must have picked up something, the vacuum dropped and the noise became less. I cleaned out the debris but it never seemed to sound like it had full vacuum again and would pull anything up. I only used it twice.

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The suction on my bissle 93Z6 isn't working. I can turn the vacuum cleaner on but only if the brush is engaged? Any helpful suggestions to troubleshooting the problem?


I am not sure I understand your question. If the problem is that the vacuum won't run without the carpet head, that is beyond my expertise. If the vacuum is on and there is no suction, there are only three possibilities: 1. There is a plug somewhere between the pick up point and the fan. 2. There is a hole somewhere between the pick up point and the fan (an air leak reduces the vacuum) or 3. The motor is running but the fan is not turning or has been damaged badly.

My son's Bissel lost suction when used to clean carpet, but was fine when doing hard floors. The plug was in the line between the brush and the point where the hose could be removed and connected to a wand to do hard floors. It is difficult to see a plug in this section of the line (it is hidden inside the head). I was able to use a stiff wire (with the vacuum off) to dislodge the plug. (I inserted the wire, poked and prodded the plug., turned the vacuum on and checked to see if it would suck out the plug and repeated until the plug finally cleared.)

My daughter's Bissel lost suction when something (I have no idea what!) abraded the line (short section of ribbed hose) close to the brush so that there was a major air leak. Being cheap, I disassembled it enough that I could wrap that section with electrician's vinyl tape to seal the leak.

I haven't had a vacuum where the fan became disconnected from the motor, but I have had fan destroyed. I had a leaf blower that could also be used as a vacuum. In vacuum mode everything that was sucked up passed through the fan. Unfortunately, it was a strong vacuum and would pick up small rocks. When a fan has lost most of its blades sucking rocks, it stops sucking anything! Most vacuum cleaners are designed so that debris can't get sucked into the fan, so this is the last thing to check. It requires significant disassembly to be able to see the fan and can be dangerous to turn on to observe its operation once exposed.

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My pool filter pump will not self-prime after I change the filter.


Make sure the pump pot has enough water in it to make the pump **** the water up the suction line.there isn't anything clogging the suction line? Make sure there isn't anything restricting the flow of water to the suction

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Suction on vacuum is low, pressure in filter is low and pump appears to be louder then normal what's the problem


If pressure gauge on filter is low, then most likely problem is obstruction is suction side of plumbing, which includes a clogged impeller. double check impeller, this can be hard to get to without unbolting the two halves of pump, separating the two, and removing the diffuser so that you can fully inspect the impeller. You can try using a wire with a little barb on the end and trying to pick at the center of the impeller from within the pump pot (where the basket goes), but if this doesn't reveal anything, taking pump apart to reveal impeller is the best bet. Before you take the pump apart, (or after if you've already done so.) make sure pump basket, skimmer basket, and any leaf traps are cleaned out. Make sure any valves on the suction side are fully open to allow as much flow as possible. (you can open and close these later to single out the problem if it is a plugged vac line) Disconnect the cleaner from the wall or skimmer to eliminate a clogged cleaner from the possible causes. A bad o-ring, or air leak somewhere can also cause low, or bad suction. so make sure the pump lid o-ring is sealing properly. Also check the pipe that goes into the pump (suction side) If this is loose, or letting air into system, that will also affect suction. You should be able to find your problem if you check all the above. If not let me know by posting a comment, and I'll help you further. Every pool, and equipment are different, and there are endless possibilities to where your problem can be, but eventually you can narrow it down to the problem. Good luck and let me know how it turns out.

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I cannot get the pump to draw water. I have made sure the line is clear and that there are no leaks.


sounds like the pump has lost its prime there for it will not pick up the water it kinda like a fuel pump on a vehicle so u should try filling pump were its suction is an reprime it manually until and start it but dont run all the water out or it will lose prime again its lot easier if i was doing it my self than telling someone hw but just try wat im telling u and u should b able to get it back on track and running like new once again

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The performance indicator light will not go out. I have cleaned the bag, filter and hose. there does not seem to be enough suction.


you are clogged somewhere ...

no suction?
performance indicator says no suction?

find and remove the clog.

id be looking in the hose about 4 inches from where the dirt enters the brush but dont limit your looking. The entire system should be checked for a clog. Remove it and you willbe back in business.

I have 'trash picked' more than 100 vacuums this summer, off the curb. 90 were clogged. I cleaned then and turned them into $.

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My steam vac deluxe does not have enough suction to pick up water


For the brushes:

The power wire may have slipped off. take apart the unit at the top (Behind the cleaning fluid container) Inside there is a wire coming up from the motor at the bottom of the unit. This can come unlpugged no longer powering the scrub brushes. Simply slip the wire back on the plug.

To open: remove all visible screws from top half of machine. Remove the rubber mode dial by pulling off, and remove screw behind that. Pull the front off, and the power plugs are located right on the inside of the machine by the mode dial.

for the suction, check the intake hose the comes out from behind the floor assembly. it tends to split over time

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Leaf blower won't stay running


Replace fuel with clean fuel with proper oil mix. Also the carb. could need cleaning or diaphragm could need replaced. One thing you would need to check that will not cost much but may save you a lot of trouble is the muffler. Check the muffler for obstructions and remove the muffler and check the exhaust port for carbon buildup.

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No suction in the hose


Take the Hose out bcack run the water hose thru it full blast to unclog it then leave it hanging to dirty all the water left inside out.

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Poor suction


Check the inlet down by the brush roll, make sure it is open, if it is then the hose itself must have a clog. If the hose comes off, drop something like a marble in one end and see it it comes out the other end, if it doesn't then you have a clog.

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