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Mellisa, searched the net, very little info. suggest you take vac/filter with you and stop by a vac/repair shop who will be able to see if it matches other models and can set you up with replacement filter.
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Volts, Amp Watts
To determine the wattage, use a simple multiplication formula. The ampere (or amps) is the amount of electricity used. Voltage measures the force or pressure of the electricity. The number of watts is equal to amps multiplied by volts.
Well, for this unit you will need any of the following bags,
Eureka genuine Part# 90610 Eureka replacement (Central vac bag) another genuine bag style called CV-1, and/or CV-2 Kenmore Central vac bags
Most of the bags there are available at your local vacuum shop, and sometimes even Sears. The Kenmore central vac bag is, can and will fit your Eureka Mega Boss. Prices range on these bags anywhere from $12-$20 for packages of 3. Generally you will replace a bag once every 3-4 months.
The conversion of Amps to Watts is governed by the equation Watts = Amps x Volts
For example 1 amp @ 110 volts = 110 watts your case 7 amp @ 120 volts = 840 watts unless you are running it at 230v but I don't think you can I would look for one rated for Volt-Amps instead of watts It's best to round up to be safe add 40 - 60 watts
take an AC VOLT Meter and place the leads of the meter where the power cord terminates,one on the white lead and one on the black. There should be 110-120 volts AC. If that is good then move one of your meter leads to the other side of the on switch. With the on switch ON there should be 110-120 volts AC.If that is good, you may want to connect the motor directly to wall current to ensure that it is good. BE VERY CAREFULL IF YOU DO THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Before you do anything be sure to make sure that there is not a breaker or reset button somewhere on the machine that has been overlooked.