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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.
It would help to know your postal code in order to to find a shop that caries bags for that model. Otherwise you can get them online such as amazon. Samsung Type VP-95 are the bags and should be readily available; also evirocare make a bag for them which is package #211.
While it doesn't require a collection bag, a Dyson-brand vacuum cleaner
can still suffer the problems of wear and tear that are prone to any
vacuum cleaner--for example, a frayed power cord. If the power cord of
your Dyson vacuum cleaner has become frayed, change it immediately to
avoid a dangerous electrical mishap. You will need a replacement cord
from an electronics service center, along with a few common household
tools. You do not need electrical skills to complete the task.
Follow this steps on how to replaced the power cord assembly:
1 Unplug the Dyson vacuum
cleaner's power plug from the wall outlet. Press the button on the top
front of the plastic collection cover. Lift the cover off the front of
the vacuum cleaner and place it aside.
2 Trace the power cord to where it
enters the back bottom of the vacuum cleaner. Remove the screws from
the panel surrounding the power cord with a Phillips screwdriver. Remove
the panel. Aim the beam of a flashlight inside the compartment so that
you can see where the wires at the end of the power cord wrap around two
screws on the motor assembly. Loosen these screws with a Phillips
3 Pull the power cord out of the
compartment and dispose of it properly. Strip a 1/2 inch of insulation
from the ends of the two wires of the replacement power cord. Run the
wires into the compartment along the path of the original power
cord--pushing the wires into the grooves inside the compartment.
4 Tie a knot on the cord on the inside of the compartment to prevent the cord from being pulled out.
5 Wrap the exposed end of each
wire of the power cord around the loosened screws. Tighten the screws.
Replace the panel and reattach the screws. Stand the vacuum cleaner
right side up. Place the bottom of the plastic collection cover into the
bottom front slot on the vacuum cleaner. Push the cover back on the
front of the vacuum cleaner.
Liquid plus electrical parts always ends up with the electrical parts losing. Juices, although they will dry, will leave behind a sticky residue. You'll need to replace at least the motor, but due to the other electrical components, probably be better off replacing the whole thing.
The hidden screws are beneath the control panel. There are two tabs beneath the panel cover. Using a thin bladed screw driver release these to pop of cover. You may need to use a flashlight to be able to see the tabs and make sure they get released. If the tabs break, the cover won't stay on. Under the cover are two screw that need to come out.
There are two more tabs in the bag well that need to be released. Remove the bag and at the top of the back of the tank you'll see two tabs. Do so with a screw driver. After this the top of the machine can be lifted off with some manipulating.
There are electrical motor spray cleaners you can use to try to get the residue off the motor, but it's doubtful you'll be able to remove it all.
No your motor is going bad. Have you ever owned an electric fan. If you can remember when the motor started going bad on it the fan would quit turning on its own.Your vacuum is doing the same thing. Please call Hoover and order a new one or go to ebay type in the make and model..
Since the problem was with the plug on the electric cord, I replaced the plug, I cut the old plug, peel off the plastic cover on the cord, they were two wires, black & white, I purchased a new plug in a Home center, attach the wires to the new plug and it works just beautiful now, it was a two prong plug, which made it easier to fix.
I had the same problem with my Hoover s3639. The cord rewinder started squeaking, and retracted less and less of the cord each time, until it finally stopped retracting the cord at all. Here is what I did. I hope it will work for you as well. Open the covered tool storage and remove the tools. You should see three screws. Unscrew the screws. Remove the cover. You should see the motor for the vacuum and the cord rewinder. Between the vacuum motor and the white wheel where the cord is, you should see two brass wheels that turn into each other in order to operate the cord rewinder. Spray a small amount WD-40 between the two brass wheels. This should solve your problem.
Either check your local region of EBAY for any vacuum cleaner repair specialists who may be able to sell you a replacement hose/parts OR enter your postcode in Australia for this Samsung customer service:
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