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PowerPro Active Bagless vacuum cleaner

PowerPro Active Bagless vacuum cleaner

2000W, PowerCyclone 4, HEPA 10 washable filter FC8631/61

Troubleshooting

The suction power of my Philips PowerPro Compact is low

If your Philips PowerPro Compact vacuum cleaner's suction power is low, there might be an easy solution. Discover how to improve its performance.

Possible causes

Perhaps the dust bucket is full or the lid of the dust container has not been placed correctly.

Reduced suction power can also be caused by a dirty filter or an object stuck in the nozzle, the tube or the hose.

Solutions

Make sure that the lid of the dust container is placed correctly.

If this does not help, follow the steps below to restore the suction power of the vacuum cleaner:

  1. Empty the dust bucket and make sure that the foam filter and the blue HEPA filter are clean. The foam filter and the blue HEPA filter are both located in the dust bucket.
  2. Make sure that the exhaust filter is clean.
  3. Make sure that the hose, the tube and the nozzle are not blocked by any object.

If the above solution(s) did not help to solve your problem, please contact Philips Consumer Care Centre.

The dust container lid

The information on this page applies to the following models: FC8631/61 .

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