If you're having issues with the suction power of your vacuum cleaner, check that any brushes and filters are clean and free from any buildup that could potentially block the system. This includes tangled hair.
Dirt and blockages are commonly the cause of suction loss or similar issues.
The image on the left shows a vacuum experiencing a loss of suction due to blockages. The image on the right shows a clean vacuum head.
Check that your vacuum cleaner is clean and in good condition:
- Remove any debris or build up from the brush head. If the brush head has removable parts, remove these parts and make sure no debris (such as hair) is tangled or wrapped around the parts.
- Check that there are no obstructions or blockages inside the unit.
- Empty and clean the dustbin.
- Check that the filters are clean and in good condition. If the filters are worn or damaged from repeated use, they should be replaced.
- Check that any movable parts are able to move freely. If a movable part does not move freely, inspect the unit closely for any debris that is obstructing the part.
- Check that there is no damage to the unit. If a part is damaged, this can affect suction power.
If you are still experiencing issues with your unit after following the above suggestions, please contact our Customer Care Team for further assistance. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the unit yourself.