Question about Hoover Vacuums
Could be filters a dirty. Clean all filters, then try it
Posted on Jan 01, 2018
Testimonial: "Thank you! The filter is dirty.....Is there more than 1 filter?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
undo screws on bottom of vac take out brush and belt put belt in then manewver brush in
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Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Try dialing the control valve to the mid way position. If the unit still shuts down with the bag full light on you have a damaged control valve under the dial on the top of the vac.
This valve failure is common in this model and can only be repaired by someone with original AERUS Electrolux repair parts, generally at an AERUS repair shop.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
I had the same problem and just figured it out myself. Detach the clamp (attamched to the bag) from the handle. Then slide the bag out from the clamp either left or right. The cloth bag then opnes and you can replace the actual bag inside. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
SOURCE: how do i fit the hoover bag
If you remove the top of the vacuum via the clips on the side you will see the empty bucket. Where the hose connects is where you will fit the bag from the inside. On the bag you will see a hole with cardboard around, this will then push over the outlet.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
I'm not sure about a 3 month old vac, I'd probably go the warranty route. However, for the older vacs thy start getting false positives. The sensor is simply a microphone hooked to a computer chip detecting sounds of dirt entering the bag.
To rig it to start working, you'll need to remove the tool accessory tray and elbow that enters the back of the vac, and attached to the bag. This will reveal the microphone at the elbow, and wire that runs into the bottom area of the vac. When on, a large amount of air comes from the bottom screw and area where the wires enter. My fix was to clean up the microphone contact points a little bit with a screwdriver, and then leave the vac running while putting in dampering in the hole at the bottom, and around the back of the elbow. Cotton balls and electrical tape at the bottom hole, and napkins around the outside of the elbow (wedged between the back of the vac assembly and elbow did the trick). The schematic for the vac is here: http<colon>//www<dot>vacsrus<dot>com/CartGenie/pg_U6485900<dot>asp
Look for micrphone.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
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