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The image shows an electrical device used for the suction through a hose of dust and dirt accumulated on different surfaces such a floors, carpets draperies.

The vacuum cleaner or simply the vacuum is viewed from one side and consists of two main parts: the hose, on the left side and the body covered by the plastic lid, inside of which the engine is located along with the dustbag or hoover bag where the dust is stored and all the vacuumed dirt.

Debris on the floor is sucked through the floor nozzle, also called the cleaning head, at the bottom, the left end, rendered embossed. This is the main part of the hose. The cleaning head may also have a built-in rectangular brush. It moves easily on two small wheels, shown in the lower right, under the cleaning head. Only a wheel can be seen from this side, illustrated as an embossed circle.

The hose is flexible, long and cylindrical, with round ends, through which dirty air circulates at high speed. It is represented by three parallel curved lines, on the middle side of the image, between the floor suction head on the lower left and the body of the vacuum cleaner on the right.

The right end of the hose, also shown embossed, is mounted on the front of the vacuum cleaner, respectively on the upper left side of the vacuum cleaner body, in a round hole called the hose inlet. This front of the device is called the dust cover, basically being the lid for the dustbag and is highlighted by the dotted texture. The dustbag can be changed after use with a new one or it may be discharged from the debris and reattached.

The rest of the vacuum cleaner body is rendered by the texture of oblique and parallel lines. At the back of the vacuum cleaner is one of its two wheels, marked by a thickened circle with a blank dot in the center. The large wheels give mobility to the vacuum cleaner to be easily carried around the house, from one room to another.

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