Question about Sharp EC-6312P Bagged Canister Vacuum
SOURCE: sharp upright vacuum EC-12SXT5
The inlet by the brush roll may be clogged. Alot of times the hose may be clear, but the inlet catches debris and clogs it. Did you drop something down the hose and did it dome out the other side? But if you unhook the hose and there is suction at the hose end, then it should be clogged in the inlet.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
no sound - sounds th like the motor is frozen. this type of vac pulls the air threw the bag so by time i it gets to the motor the air is clean, unlike older vacs. it is possiable as well that a wire to the motor has become disconected. (unlikely) has the vac gotten wet at all or have you vacumed damp areas? it would be the only thing i can think of to lock up the motor. another good test and maybe the first is to take of the belt the brush might be bad and stoping the motor from spinning.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
i have replaced vacumm belts before .. Normally it is located underneath..flip over the vacumm unscrew some screws.. open the cover..youll see a large roller pin type object remove it carefully noting how it is placed..pull it out.. and replace the belt...you can also clean off the debris while doing this..an added plus..for vacumm maintenace..
PLease indicate whether this has helped you at all ..Thank You
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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