Question about Electrolux Vacuums
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toy stuck in hose
Generally, this is a job for patience! First, remove the hose from the unit. Try a broom handle to push the toy out...you will not damage the hose. If that doesn't work, you can use a piece of stiff wire fed through the hose with hooked end. An electrician's fishtape...a snake...is often useful.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: electrolux oxygen vacuum
WARNING WARNING Danger danger Will Robinson! The power head "wand" and the hose from the body of the vacuum have shorts in them. While my wife was using this machine.. she started smelling plastic.. seeing whitish smoke and then sparks... The pin connector arc'd through the plastic... Some research on Google found that this has been a large problem for Electrolux, when i tried to call the factory.. robots.... no solution. Then I contacted a distributor and they informed me that it was not really that big of a problem. Only later to say, that they had replaced ALOT of them. My unit was past its warranty period so I just hardwired it. (now the unit is only two pieces, body and hose w/wand.)
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
if motor is turning than it's not the motor......check for other more than likely faults such as.......restricted or kinked hoses......obstructed hoses,......clogged vents both intake and output sides.......clogged heppa filters on the output side...after the motor if it has one......restricted or obstructed intake air vents where the motor sucks air in........clogged bags if it uses bags.....in any case, you have something either blocking or restricting the suction side or something restricting the air output side.........if all is well and you see no blockages, then and only then should you suspect the motor.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
i found this part online- search for part # via an exploded parts diagram of your specific unit (via google)
i ordered 5 of them because it always breaks or pops out.
this is a nice machine with crappy parts.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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