Question about Eureka Rally 2 Canister Vacuum with Automatic Cord Rewind, 980A
I was vacuuming out our hall way and it randomly shut off. I noticed that the bag was extremely full so I changed it. Now that I changed it, It still wont turn on? any help?
I am going to tell you this it is trash the motor went out buy a new one
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove belt to brush roll and see if noise persists. if it stops, you probably need a brush roll. at least doing this will narrow down the fault area
Posted on Mar 31, 2007
SOURCE: have eureka victory upright bag
There are four holes on each side of the top of the hood. There is a screw on each side, inside one of those holes. You have to take those two screws out to remove the hood.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
I know this is an old question but this is a good vac and maybe I can help somebody else some day, wish I'd figured this out a couple months ago when this problem first started. :} Anywho, this is another option from an amateur; I don't know the right terms but here goes: Right below the yellow flow knob (Floor/Hose) are the tops of two hoses, one to floor beater, one leading to hose. There is a sort of black clip holding these in place. Open it up, it hinges toward the front of the vacuum. On the back of the vacuum to the right of the lower cord wrap is a gray screw-looking thing, with little pix of locks imprinted above - one locked, one unlocked. Turn the screw toward unlock. Take the top of the black tube that leads to the hose and maneuver it out of the hole it's in, and you may find your clog in the top there. I found just a handful of dog hair, leaves and sticks stuffed in that tube but it was dense enough to stop flow to the hose. Removing it fixed the problem completely.
Posted on Jul 20, 2013
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