Question about Hoover U6634-900 WindTunnel Bagless Upright Vacuum
I've taken the bottom panel off and looked for blockages, following instructions in the manual, cleaned the brush roll, emptied the dirt cup and can't find anything. The vacuum still has suction and picks up dirt, but something starts to smell after a few minutes of vacuuming. I moved the sensitivity switch from Hi to Reg, and no change. The green light used to come on. I know my carpets didn't suddenly become filthy over night, honest. What can I try next? I
The dirt sensor is a motion detector. After it gets dirty it will either stay red or stay green. You can have the vacuum serviced at your local vac shop and possibly get this fixed. Sometimes they are as good as new and sometimes they are not repairable. It will not effect anything else though.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: embedded dirt finder light stuck
Try cleaning out all the pathways you can get to. Trapped particles can mess up this indicator. Particularly check the extra mesh filter that is under the bag (there's a plastic grid that snaps over it to hold it into place). Clean that out and make sure the bag is securely in place.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
SOURCE: dirt finder
The sensor may be bad, or it may be coated over with dirt. Re,ove the hose at the back of the vacuum, the head of the sensor is down inside that opening, reach in there and clean it off and see it that corrects the problem, if not replace the sensor.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
Take the hose off at the back of the vac, should just turn then pull oull, look down inside the tube that the hose was connected to, there is a sensor there and if it is coated over with dirt, then it can't work, Clean it off and the try it, if it still stays on, then you have a bad sensor, and if this is less then a year old, you have a one year warranty on this. Take it to a warranty shop and take proof of purchase with you.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
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