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Deze versie is geschreven door: Arielle Sampson ,

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-I’m not sure what you mean by 'losing suction'
+If your Dyson DC58 keeps losing suction, see the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Dyson_DC58_Loses_Suction?revisionid=HEAD|Dyson DC58 Loses Suction problem page] for possible causes and solutions.
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+I’m not sure what you mean by 'losing suction.'
When the battery gets older, the running time gets shorter - it stops after 10 minutes or even 5 minutes of vacuuming.
Is the max/boost switch on (on the back, above the handle) - it switches between normal and maximum suction.
If the canister is not attached properly, or something stuck in the seal, this will leak vacuum.
Have you cleaned/washed the HEPA filter (ever?)

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Bewerkt door: Arielle Sampson ,

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-not sure what you mean with 'loosing suction'
+I’m not sure what you mean by 'losing suction'
-When the battery gets older, the running time gets shorter - it stops after 10 minues or even 5 minutes of vacuuming.
+When the battery gets older, the running time gets shorter - it stops after 10 minutes or even 5 minutes of vacuuming.
Is the max/boost switch on (on the back, above the handle) - it switches between normal and maximum suction.
-If the canister is not attached properly, or something stuck in the seal, this will leak avcuum.
+If the canister is not attached properly, or something stuck in the seal, this will leak vacuum.
-HAve you cleaned/washed the HEPA filter (ever?)
+Have you cleaned/washed the HEPA filter (ever?)

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Origineel bericht door: Spikey2 ,

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not sure what you mean with 'loosing suction'

When the battery gets older, the running time gets shorter - it stops after 10 minues or even 5 minutes of vacuuming.

Is the max/boost switch on (on the back, above the handle) - it switches between normal and maximum suction.

If the canister is not attached properly, or something stuck in the seal, this will leak avcuum.

HAve you cleaned/washed the HEPA filter (ever?)

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