Question about Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright Vacuum
Machine developed this problem recently. Accompanied by a roaring noise. Problem the same with the hose totally removed. All filters are clean and belt still goes around. Is it possible there is dirt inside the motor assembly itself? If so can this be accessed easily to clean it out? Thanks. Peter
You can reach the motor, however your motor is no longer in operable condition. This is what you hear when you turn it on. You must replace the motor for this to go away. Below is the motor part number if you would like to replace it. It will cost you about half the amount of the unit to replace.
Motor # 2032211
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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