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Vacuum cleaner doesn't ****

My vacuum cleaner stopped sucking

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  • Jay Harel
    Jay Harel Aug 29, 2008

    thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    Sounds like system is sucking in air and turbo head not spinning seems to be blocked

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Please provide the model please, and kindly discuss more info regardding on your problem

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Check that the bag is not full, check also that the vacuum hose is not obstructed.
Provide model for more help.

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Have you checked to make sure the motor is not clogged?

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    Ronald Mueller Aug 29, 2008

    most times the reason it stops working is because the intake side of vaccum is stopped up with debree. another reason is that the brush is not spinning which is a cause of broken rubber belt

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    Ronald Mueller Aug 29, 2008

    all vaccums operate on the same principle most often times if the bag is not full and the hose has not blockage and the brush is working, the problem is the impellor inside the vaccum no longer is pulling in air. the fins on the impellor are broken and can't force the air through like it should.

  • meg_pig79 Aug 24, 2010

    ho can I fix it myself. I have a bissell easyvac and it does not ****. brushes move. it spits dirt out.

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Hello!!

May i know the model please

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