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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
May have to replace the cord reel asm. It will have to be taken out and inspected, if can't see a problem, then replace it. If this is less then one year old, then it is still under warranty and should be taken to a warranty shop along with proof of purchase.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
SOURCE: Changing the belt
I'm not familiar with that model, as it is fairly new to the market, but the previous models had a plastic plate that covered the roller. There are two clips that must be depressed as you gently pull the plate away from the machine. This will allow the removal of the plate so that the roller can be removed and a new belt installed. This is a new model, so you must have the manual still. You can also check www.hoover.com for more instructions and last time I checked, they had a manual download feature available.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
i had the same issue, but with a little time and a screwdriver, i got my vacuum working like new.
First, remove the bottom cover where the brush is located. Once the cover is off you'll see the vacuum inlet hose just behind the brush. Clear out any debris you find in there.
Second, on the back of the unit, where the attachment hose connects to the vacuum remove the three screws and clean out any debris you see in there. (dont be afraid to get your hands dirty)
hope this helps!
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Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Check the hose and take the bottom plate of the vacuum off to check for obstructions that you can't see right away. Use a wire coathanger (unwound) to push any clog through. I also have dogs and this vacuum. It does get clogged with fur occaisionally.
Posted on May 24, 2009
I had the same problem - the power cord for my Hoover Elite Upright (U5507900) was stuck a few inches out and wouldn't go any further. But when I unscrewed the rewinding mechanism, the cord had clearly gotten twisted and partly buried under itself so after some work I was able to free it. Now it seems to be working fine, at least for the moment. Note that I had to use small screwdrivers to unscrew the cord rewinding compartment, like the kind of screwdrivers you use for computer repair.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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