Question about Vacuums
Has anybody used the SharkDevil vacuum cleaner. If so, could you please tell me (1) Does it work well and (2) Is it difficult to push forward and pull back because I have bursitis and if it's too difficult to use I won't be able to use it?
These vacuum cleaners are becoming available at the local supermarket stores so have a test run before you buy.
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on the front of the base there are 3 very small rollers made out of rubber, these are either just dry and won't turn or worn and or damaged,
that is your problem / honest its that simple
Posted on Oct 15, 2007
I had the same problem . The reason it acts like that is due to the cable that runs from the vacuum motor to the brush assembly has an intermittent open. My fix was to find the small cable that was causing my troubles and splice it. Making sure that I recovered the insulation. Of course my local repair station wanted to replace it for $75 labor plus parts and keep it for 3 days. I took it home and did it in 30 minutes .
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
I had this same problem and here is what solved it for me. On a previous cleaning session, my wife decided to take the two front screws out of the clear plastic shroud that covers the brushes in order to clean behind it. Upon re-installation, she did not secure the top part correctly. On the end near the water tank, there are two tiny half-moon tabs that absolutely need to be seated in their opposing slots in the chassis.This allows for a good seal which enables the machine to **** up the water. It also keeps the front cover level and from dragging on the carpet when pushing it forward. Both were problems I was experiencing. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
This is the clutch as it jams up in the brush. Usually happens with rugs that are not secured to the floor.---------Check the brush. That could be the problem. Check the belt also. Your brush roller may need to be lubed or even replaced.Turn it over and wipe all the black residue off the bottom of it (off the plastic on the bottom that rubs on the carpet as you push and pull it).----------- The problem is that when the Dyson is new, the filter is clear and the bar on the base is free from gunge. As the gunge builds up, the filter is also getting dirty and the two balance each other out. The problem can come when you clean the filter and you then have the fully restored suction fighting against the layer of gunge on the base. Cleaning it off all areas of the frame on the base makes a real difference.---------- Check underneath take off the brush base cover and see if the brush belt has snapped to the side of the brush bar.----------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
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