Question about Hoover U6630-900 WindTunnel Bagless Upright Vacuum
Hello! Ive a Hoover WindTunnel Bagless Canister Cleaner with Powered Nozzle! I bought it a few months ago, and it just broke! The plastic underneath the "telescopic wand connector end" broke into 2 pieces argghhh!! just where i have to plug that thing (the telescopic stuff) in, so my question is should i have to replace the whole windtunnel (cos thats the part that holds this piece of plastic), or would it work if i repair it with an epoxy glue???... Thank you!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem with ours. If you lift the vacuum by the handle it breaks the lever on the transmission. You can find a replacement cable and lever on line for about $16.00 it is somewhat involved to repair but can be done by someone with mechanical ability. You can try and find a repair shop but be careful, they sometimes tell you the part is not available and try to sell you something else. I think they should be able to do the job for aprox. $80.00, but they may want more. I did it myself plus the height adj. knob for $24.00
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
Very likely it's the cord at the nozzle neck. These cords flex when you vacuum and they often break internally where the cord goes into the neck. Turn the vacuum on and wiggle the cord at the powerhead and see if the powerhead comes on and off. If this happens, then you will have to replace the cord.
On some of the early models, the receptacle in the hose, where it plugs into the top of the wands, will break away from the plastic pins it sits in, and the receptacle will slide back into the handle, which means that it will not plug into the powerhead connection when you connect the hose. You can check this by looking at the end of the hose and observing if the receptacle is sitting flush with the opening it sits in. If it is pushed back, it will not make a complete connection with the powerhead cord that is sitting at the top of the wands.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
If you turn the vacuum so the bottom is facing up you will see the base plate that covers the roller brush. There will be four screws (usually phillips head), remove the screws and the base plate will lift off. You now have access to the roller brush and belt. Lift the roller brush up and remove the old belt. Place one end of the new belt over the motor shaft and the other end over the roller brush and put the roller brush back in place. Now simply replace the base plate and you're done! This models requires Hoover belt #
38528033 (single) or Hoover belt #40201160 (2 pack). You can get this belt at www.vacbelts.com.
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Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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