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Repairing a Swiffer Vac

I am looking for advice to repair a Swiffer Vac. It turns on but the noise it makes sounds like the battery is about to die and it doesn't produce any suction. It seems to run for quite a long time like this so I don't think it's the battery but possibly the motor? Has anyone had any luck repairing something like this?


By Sarah Aust from Warsaw, IN

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October 20, 20090 found this helpful

Could it be that something has gotten stuck in the hose? That would cause a drag on the engine because air can not go through and would sound like the battery is dying. Also, that would be why the suction is not happening. I hope that gives you some help.

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