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Kenmore 25615 won't shut off.

Kenmore vacuum will not shut off. Disconnected wand and hose but vaccum continues to run. Handle will control motorized powermate.

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  • khmauldin Feb 12, 2009

    the switch on the handle does not seem to be working, the only way to stop the cacuum is to unplug it. Do I need a new hose?

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Power switch needs replacement

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My Kenmore 116.25812508 power nozzle motor will not run unless I tilt the handle. I checked the connectivity from the circuit board in the power nozzle base to the telescoping wand with an ohm meter and...


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if thats not it then it has to be in the hose. the only way to get it out of the hose is to take one or both ends off and push a broom stick through it

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let me know if you still need help

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