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Where can I get hose for 3.9 vacuum

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Miele not sucking


1. Check if the bag is full. Yes. Change bag.
2. Check the head. Clean head.
3. Object stuck in the hose. remove hose from the vacuum. Remove extensions from the Head end. Poke garden hose down the hose from the handle end.
4. If all else fails. Read the destructions.

Jul 05, 2014 | Miele S318 Bagged Canister Vacuum

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I need to replace the hose on my Euro Pro Shark canister vacuum EP722. After numerous searches, unable to find online. Looking for simular hose that will attachment to canister. What hose from another...


go to shark in GOGGLE. Go sharks wedsite, find your vaccum, click your hose. We have 3 mops and vacuum. No trouble getting parts and filters. Not high priced.

Feb 16, 2012 | Euro-Pro EP722 Canister Vacuum

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I would like to know how i get the very bottom piece off my vacuum off so I can put a new fidder hose on it? The hose is black and it is only about six inches long. its lacation is on the very end of the...


You don't have to take the vacuum apart.
Assuming this is an Epic 3500 or similar upright Electrolux:
1. Lay vacuum on it's side.
2. Gently pull hose from power head. It's not screwed in so that should be easy.
3. Unscrew it from the upper portion of the machine by turning the hose clockwise. Turning counterclockwise tightens it.
4. Remove it.
5. Screw one end into upper portion of vacuum by turning counterclockwise.
6. Insert other end of hose into opening in power nozzle. Some manipulating may be necessary for proper fit, but this is all that's needed.

Sep 22, 2010 | Electrolux Epic 3500 Vacuum

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My vacuum won't pick up anything how do I clean it out


1. Replace bag if needed.
2. Check hose/s for clogs. You'll need to detach both ends of the hose, check for visible clogs first, then try to roll a marble through the hose. If it doesn't go all the way through, there's obviously a clog that needs to be removed. Blowing it out with a machine that has an exhaust port usually works for me.
3. Check tube in powerhead and intake on vacuum for clogs. Remove if necessary.
4. Clean filter.
5. Leaky hoses will also cause extreme loss of airflow/suction. No fix for this, except to replace the hose.

Aug 23, 2010 | Eureka 12 Amp Capture Vacuum Upright...

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The power head has developed an intermittent, but frequent, electrical short. Is there an easy way to assess where? Or is this a matter for a repair shop.


Greetings,

A majority of the time when this happens, it's caused by the hose having a short in it. You'll need to first identify what the source of the short it. To do this, turn the power brush on, and then swivel the hose on both the end before the handle, as well as the end that plugs into the vacuum, can you get the power brush to cut on/off for you from here? If yes, then you'll need to purchase a new hose. You may purchase this hose directly from Sears, however when you buy the hoses through Sears you have to assemble the hose yourself, which is very challenging. An easier way for you to replace the hose, is to purchase a Panasonic canister hose. There are two types of hoses, a 2 wire hose, and a 3 wire hose that fit most Kenmores. When you take the hose out of the canister, look on the part that plugs into the canister, how many prongs do you see here? If 2 then you'll need a 2 wire hose, if 3 then a 3 wire hose.

If you are not able to locate the short in the hose, then you may have a short either in the wand, or the power nozzle neck wire. For the wand, put one foot on your power nozzle while it's running, then pull up and down on the end of the wand that plugs into the canister, as well as the end that the hose plugs into. If you can get the vacuum power brush to cut on / off when you're doing this, this indicates your wand is bad and needs to be replaced. If it doesn't cut on / off, remove the wand and hose from the vacuum completely. Now look where the wand connects into the power nozzle. You should see two electrical prongs on the neck of the power nozzle. Do you see any burns, or black marks on the prong, or the plastic part that it comes out of? You can also test this part by turning the vacuum's neck to the left and to the right as if you were turning the vacuum.

Hopefully this helped you. If you need further help on figuring out which part is bad, please just use the clarification request here on Fixya, and I'll be happy to try and diagnose this further with you.

Thanks,

Chris J.
GoVacuum

Mar 25, 2010 | Kenmore 23812 Progressive PowerMate Bagged...

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Do not know how to connect hose to bag to utilize to clean furniture, etc. on a Kirby Generation 3 vacuum.


You will connect the hose to the front of the vac after disengaging and removing thehcarpet head.
Lift the headlamp up, rotate the lock tab There is a square grip below the headlight. Rotate it left180 degrees to remove the belt drive and the carpet head.
Now insert the hose in the same position and rotate the teardrop shaped lock tab to lock in place.

Sep 08, 2009 | Kirby Generation 3 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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Vacuum shuts off


if you want to fix this problem gently pry up the air flow control knob and look down at the plastic hose connected below the control valve. insert a small screwdriver and push off the hose from the valve. this disconnects the bag full indicator but will let the vacuum operate normally at full vacuum. you will change the bag when suction gets low. this will save you at least $100 repair bill.

Dec 31, 2007 | Electrolux Lux 5500 Canister Vacuum

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