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  • I recommend unscrewing the canister at the top to dump it rather than opening the bottom
  • To my knowledge there is no way to prevent this problem or fix it if it occurs

    • by Kimberly Wood

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      The Hoover T-Series WindTunnel Rewind Bagless Upright Vacuum used to be a pretty good vacuum several years ago. I worked at a bed and breakfast, and we had several of these vacuums. Because we used these vacuums so heavily, I was able to observe the wear and tear process and compare each years new vacuums to the last years version of the same model.

      First, the good points about this vacuum. This is a very reasonably priced vacuum. If

      you have a smaller home and plan to vacuum about once a week, this vacuum will get the job done for you without breaking the bank. The hose attachments are easy to use and make make vacuuming furniture and getting into tight places easy.

      Now for the bad points. If you have a larger home and plan to vacuum very frequently this may not be the vacuum for you. Because it is an inexpensive vacuum which has been sold for the same price for 4 years now, it isn’t designed to hold up under heavy use. The last 4 years have seen this vacuum being made a little cheaper and flimsier each year to keep price the same.

      If you are going to use this vacuum heavily, there are several weak points you should be aware of. The spring on the retractable cord does not seem to hold up very well and the force of retracting the cord is very ...

      • Hoover T-Series WindTunnel Rewind Bagless Upright Vacuum
      hard on the cord itself. You will need to keep an eye on it and use electrical tape when it starts showing wear. Another part to look out for is the hinge on the canister. This is the weakest point in the plastic. I recommend unscrewing the canister at the top to dump it rather than opening the bottom. Lastly, the motor on this vacuum can become very, very loud in time. To my knowledge there
      is no way to prevent this problem or fix it if it occurs. You will just have to use ear plugs when you vacuum if this happens as it will not be tolerable otherwise.

      Overall, this is a decent vacuum. It has it’s place on the market for those who have smaller homes and vacuum moderately. It is not a vacuum one should expect to last 10+ years, but if used moderately it should last several years without a problem.

Dave Allen says :

We have a golden retriever wich we all love, but he is constantly shedding my wife keeps asking me to buy this vaccuum for her because she says it will pick up the dog hair that we have all over the house. Is that true? Will this machine pick up pet hair?

Maria Basto says :

Vacuum cleaners will help, for sure. But in my opinion you need to choose one with HEPA filters. These filters are able to retain the smallest particles and allergens so, they promote a better cleaning in houses where the dog hairs are a problem. You can also buy a dog hair cleaner like Shed Pal. This is a small vacuum cleaner that function without wires and you use it directly in your pet. While he is having a good massage the equipment stores the loose hair preventing it to spread all over your house.

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