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Looking for the maker of Pensare Rocket 1000w Vacuum Cleaner web page i need hose that connets to vacum cleaner.

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Need an Electrolux agent in Alberton, SA. Need rubber seal for my vacume cleaner


picture is of the v cleaner unit with that model number

cant find a listing that hose seal as such

the hose with the seal as a whole.. is now discontinued

try looking for a used unit or improvise
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If there's ample suction but the machine won't pick up material, check the hose for blockages. Disconnect the hose from the vacuum cleaner and inspect it for any cracks or holes. If any are found, use duct tape to repair them - it might not look great, but it does the job! Where there's a blockage in the vacuum cleaner, clean it out by pushing a long, thin object like a broom handle through the entire length of thre hose. You can then reconnect the hose and try the vacuum again. It's worth checking the hoses a few times every year for cracks or splits.
If everything else appears to be fine but the vacuum still won't pick up, take a look at the brushes. Turn the vacuum cleaner upside down and clean hair and other material from the brushes, especially at the sides.

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I have a Samsung SU3364 vacum cleaner have never been able to use the crevice tools as there is no suction when you take pipe off, only when you use it as a floor vac, any suggestions have tried every


If the vacuum is old, the intake path from the hose to the dirt receptacle may be plugged from years of dust, dirt and grime. This happened to one of our vacuums, and I had to take off the bottom guard, the belt and the sweeper bar to access the intake, and it took me about an hour to get it unplugged.
If this is a new machine, the hose may not be properly connected when you are using the crevice device. Check the manual for proper installation.

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My Hoover vacuum cleaner is not picking up from the carpet like it used to. Like it's having difficulty picking up strings, fuzz, etc. from the carpet. Suction power seems to be fine. The belt and the...


YOUR VACUME SHOULD HAVE A HOSE THAT PLUGS INTO THE LOWER PART OF THE VACUME OR MAY COME APART AT THE BOTTOM . IT SOUNDS LIKE THE TUBE IS STOPPED UP AT THE FAN MOTOR

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I Need A dyson hand held battModel DC16 12097 model 282-US-A35458 21.6 1080 MAH All I can find is the 1500 Mah


I didn't understand what you need exactly, but anyway, you can find both of them on amazon (the entire vacum, or just a battery 1500Mah). take a look on following links:
1. entire vacum: Dyson DC16 Root 6 Handheld Vacuum Cleaner
2. just battery: Pwr 1500mAh Extended Capacity Battery for Dyson Dc16 Root 6 Vacuum Cleaner...
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Cluged vacume hose, new carpet


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Clogged vacuum hose, new carpet
Posted by dpatricksr70 on Jun 20, 2008
Clogged vacuum hose, new carpet, have been through two vacuums already.

Hello,
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. When vacuuming it is a good idea to give your vacuum a burst of air once in a while to clear the hose and push the dust and dirt into the bag, simply just lift up on the powerhead or vacuum hose and give it a burst of air every 5 or 10 minutes. Also, we you like to know the brand name and model # of the vacuum. Some of the ways are to use a round metal ball or marble to see where the clog is in the hose and then you can use such things as the end of a broom handle, or you can use a wire coat hanger and bend the end to make a little hook and then try to grab the clog and say fish it out – or if you have another canister or shop vac you can tune on both canisters and try to pull the clog apart and sometimes that works as well – just be careful so that you do not puncture the electric hose because they are expensive in the area of $100.00 or more in some cases. If you need further assistance please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area.

So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions.
Thanks, Don the Vac Man
Go Ahead. Use Us.

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Vacume cleaner


Check the hose and see if it has a clog, also the hose at the bottom. The filters may be clogged, make sure they are clean and that air flows thru them, if not then replace them.

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Kirby G6 drive mode


look under the vacume cleaner and take off the cover make, shure the belt is where it needs to be, you should have a setting on the vacume cleaner that gives you an addjustment for the carpet your on, raze it up.

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