Question about Kenmore 35912 / 35913 Progressive Upright Vacuum
You ether have an air restriction, or your bypass valve is broken. If it is an air restriction: The motor requires more air flow to stay cool, the noise you hear is an emergency air inlet made to prevent overheating. You may need to use the hepa bag to help increase the air flow. Some hose attachments will cause this to happen, your performance indicator light (if you have one) should also be illuminated if it is an air flow issue. Check your hose for a blockage.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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