Question about Vacuums
My Hoover vacuum model - U6317-930 lost power. I narrowed it down to the plug behind the bag. The power source I guess you would call it. Cleaned that area around the plug all out and then it worked again. Got it back together and now it stops and starts. Mostly stops. Is this a sign of the internal plug unit going out?
Something is definitely loose in that area. Replacing the related parts is probably the best fix.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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