Question about Eureka AirSpeed One Turbo Bagless Upright Vacuum with Turbo Nozzle, AS2011A
I bought my eureka airspeed one vacuum about a month ago and used it twice. The last time I used it it started blowing large amounts of dust into the air. I tried cleaning the filter and the vacuum itself thinking maybe that was the problem but it continued to throw dust into the air.
I have the same problem with dirt blowing out the back through the air vents on this vacuum I tried taping the holes lol but that didn't work either, guess there is no real solution to the problem.
Posted on Jul 05, 2015
Check the leak (where the dust come from); maybe you need to tighten or reseat one or more part in that area.
Posted on Mar 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Burning smell and smoke
I ran into a scenario similar to this at work. With the burning smell and smoke combined, it leaves only one problem remaining; the motor. The motor and the pulley that enables the belt to spin could be malfunctioning (causing friction between the 2 parts) and thus causes the burning smell and the smoke. I'd highly advise not to touch either part after having the unit on (YOU WILL BURN YOURSELF).
The only other likely possibility is to make sure there aren't any hairs caught in or around the motor and the bearings of the agitator.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
Usually clogs are in the dirt inlet by the brush roll, or in the hose. Take the hose off from the bottom and see if there is suction, if not, then the hose is clogged. If suction there, then it is lower. Also is the brush roll turning, if not, that could be your problem.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
I bought this same vacuum and have all the same problems. It seems it is always the filter but if it out and use the air hose and clean it it really really well then it sucks really well it will pick up anything but who wants to always do this. As one person asked about the bare floors not working well I read on another blog that company knows it does not work well on barefloors but has failed to metion this. One more thing besides the clog always being in the back were the hose connects I always find a clog in the yellow part above the canister. I always pull out so much crap there. Oh sorry one more thing I found that helped with the power was that I completely took the duster part completely off and just use the hose. Hope you have better luck than I do or did..
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
when mine does that I find that the hose is not connected properly where it comes off to use the attachments.
If there is suction there, it is a straight shot to the floor unless it is loose where it fits together.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
The problem is that your belt is stretched and worn. This causes that burning smell and it also causes the vacuum to not pick up well. You need to replace the belt. Here is the belt you need and the manual with instructions:
Eureka Altima Belt and Manual
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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