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現在のバージョン作成者: Nope ,

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Vacuums use AC motors that aren't (easily) reversible, so it's likely nothing particularly serious. All vacuums have an air inlet and outlet - normally the inlet is at the power head and the outlet is in around the bag/filter unit. Some vacuums have hoses that connect to the blower motor, one for inlet one for outlet. It sounds like your Bissell has this and he flipped these around so that it's nownow pulling through the filter and blowing out the power head.
Vacuums use AC motors that aren't (easily) reversible, so it's likely nothing particularly serious. All vacuums have an air inlet and outlet - normally the inlet is at the power head and the outlet is in around the bag/filter unit. Some vacuums have hoses that connect to the blower motor, one for inlet one for outlet. It sounds like your Bissell has this and he flipped these around so that it's nownow pulling through the filter and blowing out the power head.
 
Make him vacuum for a week as punishment.

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オリジナル投稿者: Nope ,

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Vacuums use AC motors that aren't (easily) reversible, so it's likely nothing particularly serious.  All vacuums have an air inlet and outlet - normally the inlet is at the power head and the outlet is in around the bag/filter unit.  Some vacuums have hoses that connect to the blower motor, one for inlet one for outlet.  It sounds like your Bissell has this and he flipped these around so that it's now.

Make him vacuum for a week as punishment.

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