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8:07 am
August 25, 2013


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9:09 pm
March 11, 2013


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Indeed, look for any clogs inside.  Sometimes the problem is very easy to fix.  Otherwise it could be a motor problem.  I actually quite like bagless vacuum cleaners – they're often cheaper.

Sadly, the best solution can sometimes be to buy a new one.  I always have vacuum troubles.  Thus I compiled this little guide to the best inexpensive vacuum cleaners.  Most of them are very reliable and reasonably priced.

However, I do agree with the other posters on what to check.  Good luck with your malfunctioning appliance!  Let us know if you discover / fix the problem.

12:09 am
December 13, 2012


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I think the motors of your vacuum cleaner need some repair. The functionalty of vaccum cleaner depends on the hourse power of the vacuum cleaner. If it has less hourse power then how can it work like the high hource power vacuum cleaner. Another onething is that make sure that the pipe of your vacuum cleaner attached to vaccum or not and try make it clean.


10:49 pm
December 11, 2012


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Firstly i would like to ask you that do you own a bag less vacuum cleaner?If it the case then you must check the hose ,whether its clogged or not?Almost every vacuum cleaner has removable hoses.Sometimes a tissue or piece of paper gets vacuumed up and clogs the hose.
Think this the very problem you are facing with your vacuum cleaner.Smile

5:05 am
October 3, 2012




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My vacuum cleaner sucks air very slowly as i rectify all the garbage inside it.but when i open at the middle fo pipe is sucks everything repidly.what can be the issue?…thanks

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