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The suction on my bissle 93Z6 isn't working. I can turn the vacuum cleaner on but only if the brush is engaged? Any helpful suggestions to troubleshooting the problem?


I am not sure I understand your question. If the problem is that the vacuum won't run without the carpet head, that is beyond my expertise. If the vacuum is on and there is no suction, there are only three possibilities: 1. There is a plug somewhere between the pick up point and the fan. 2. There is a hole somewhere between the pick up point and the fan (an air leak reduces the vacuum) or 3. The motor is running but the fan is not turning or has been damaged badly.

My son's Bissel lost suction when used to clean carpet, but was fine when doing hard floors. The plug was in the line between the brush and the point where the hose could be removed and connected to a wand to do hard floors. It is difficult to see a plug in this section of the line (it is hidden inside the head). I was able to use a stiff wire (with the vacuum off) to dislodge the plug. (I inserted the wire, poked and prodded the plug., turned the vacuum on and checked to see if it would suck out the plug and repeated until the plug finally cleared.)

My daughter's Bissel lost suction when something (I have no idea what!) abraded the line (short section of ribbed hose) close to the brush so that there was a major air leak. Being cheap, I disassembled it enough that I could wrap that section with electrician's vinyl tape to seal the leak.

I haven't had a vacuum where the fan became disconnected from the motor, but I have had fan destroyed. I had a leaf blower that could also be used as a vacuum. In vacuum mode everything that was sucked up passed through the fan. Unfortunately, it was a strong vacuum and would pick up small rocks. When a fan has lost most of its blades sucking rocks, it stops sucking anything! Most vacuum cleaners are designed so that debris can't get sucked into the fan, so this is the last thing to check. It requires significant disassembly to be able to see the fan and can be dangerous to turn on to observe its operation once exposed.

Jan 29, 2015 | Vacuums

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I took my vacuum apart its a bissell heavy duty vaccuum model 93Z6 and I don't know where a small part goes if anyone could explain in detail where it goes thank you


Go to someone like vacsite.com with your machine details and they have all sorts of exploded parts diagrams. You may be able to see where it goes.

Jan 05, 2015 | Vacuums

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Have an old upright that does not pickup dirt. The beater bar runs but the suction motor doesn't. Do not know how to disasemble upright.


I don't recommend taking it apart yourself. The problem could be a switch, wiring, or connection. The motor could also be bad. I strongly recommend taking it to an authorized Aerus Electrolux store for a free diagnosis. Let a trained service tech fix the problem. Just be prepared for them trying to give a sales spiel. That's their job.
You can also call the shop and ask for someone to come pick it up. There should be no pick up and delivery charge. Just make sure in either case you get a copy of a work sheet with the type, model, and serial number recorded. This avoids possible confusion in the shop as to which vacuum is whose. The service tech will call you with an estimate for repair.
Disassembly is tricky, and reassembly even more so.

http://www.aerushome.com/storelocator/

Mar 15, 2011 | Electrolux EL5010A Bagged Upright Vacuum

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Cable is stuck in the vacume s 1361 hoover


Unplug the vacuum from the wall. Disasemble the brush assembly. Usally there are 2 screws, one on each side. Manually reverse the brush and dislarge the cord. Inspect the cord to make sure its not frayed or exposed wire before reusing.
Ed " Original Radio Man"

Nov 20, 2010 | Hoover Vacuums

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Loud screaming noise when running


The vacuum is clogged. Disassemble it as much as you can and you will find the problem.

Ray

Dec 15, 2008 | Dyson DC05 Cylinder Bagless Canister...

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How can i disasemble the handle from the vacum


http://www.hoover.com/pdfs/manuals/U6634900.pdf This may help.. if you can provide a specific model number.. then I may be able to provide details on how to disassemble yours.. Hope this helps...

Sep 13, 2008 | Hoover Vacuums

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Suden loud noise when vacuming carpet


Hi.

Check that brush roller (beater bar) is free to turn with no obstruction.
If it is still noisey after doing this try this site for Dyson repair manuals.

http://dysonmanuals.inc.io/

Chris.

Nov 11, 2007 | Dyson DC14 Full Access Bagless Upright...

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