Question about Vacuums
Loud air sound not picking up
good, hoses seem to be clear
loud whining noise when shut off also
Try plugging the hose that goes to brake booster and see if the noise stops couse it seems to me it has a leak..if not spray carb cleaner around the vacume hoses while it is running and where the leak is will couse the idle to go down..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 06, 2008
I had the same problem with very low suction and weird noises, the orange light kept coming on.
I always empty the cannister and clean out any hair from the roller. I would take the filter outside and clean it as good as possible. I don't know if I can post a picture on here or not, but I will try. It is unbelievable how much hair comes from long haired girls. Particulary my daughter. Back to the point...
I was cleaning out a drawer one day and came across an extra filter. I put the new filter on, and its like brand new again!
Man, did I feel like an idiot! Just needed a new filter.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Had the same problem tonight. Took the entire thing apart only to find there was a much simpler solution. Check the small hose that runs from the brush rollers where the longer hose (on the back) attaches to the side of the vacuum. Easiest way to do this is to lay the handle down and stick something (coat hanger worked good) through it until it comes out of the head. I found a pretty good sized fuzz plug in mine. As soon as I removed it, everything worked great again - and no noise!
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
the motor bearings are starting to fail most likely. You can diagnose the source of the noise by removing the brushroll and belt, could possibly be the brushroll bearings but if you still get the noise when the belt is off its the motor.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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