Question about Bissell Vacuums
Posted by Anonymous on
You should be able to hear the motor running when it is switched on. If it doesn't make a noise then it isn't running and needs checking. If it does run be aware the drive belts can appear ok but sometimes considerably lose elasticity. so they won't drive. A new belt is often half the length and must be stretched to fit.
If the motor doesn't run and it is a corded vacuum it must be checked through with care. An internal break in the power cord is the most common cause of trouble with a faulty switch number two on my list and a faulty thermal breaker also in the top ten.
In the case of a cordless, first check the charger...
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