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Red light comes on Filter Queen Majestic

When I turn on the vacuum the red light comes on. It has been emptied, all filters appear to be clean. It seems to be overheating, it gets very warm when it's running. Any suggestions?

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  • George Burns Aug 28, 2008

    1994 majestic. red light on. otherwise seems to work fine. all filters are fresh and the hose flows freely. Is there a secret reset button somewhere?

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Does it do this with the hose off? If it only does it when the hose is hooked up to it, then you have a clog in the hose.

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Red light is on my filter queen


The red light on the filter Queen is on to tell you to empty the canister and change the filter. It is a heat sensor that makes it come on and if it is full it gets hot. Also when you take the motor piece off of the bucket under the nylon cone shaped guard that protects the motor there is a secondary filter in there that needs to be changed from time to time and they are supplied with the cones inside the package of rep[lacement cones there should be a spare or maybe two. It is a round thin filter about 3.5 inches across and it just fits in very easily and there is a plastic ring that holds it in place. So pop out the ring and remove the old one and then replace it with the new one put the ring in to hold it...it just snaps into place.replace the nylon guard and put in a new filter cone. Put the machine back together and away you go the light should turn off and you are good to go. Thanks for your time and please try to remember to click on the yes box if this was any help to you at all.

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I got a used filter queen majestic vacuum at a yard sale and want to fix it up and start with new filters where do i get the filters and how do i change them


Hello,

Well you bought a really great vacuum cleaner. The Filter Queen's are extremely durable and very well made vacuums. They sell brand new for over $2500, so picking one up at a yard sale was a great find by you.

There are several different filters on this model that need to be replaced. Here's a link to a 6 month supply kit that we sell, which contains all the filters needed for a 6 month period:
Filter Queen MediPure Filters 6 month supply

The only other part that you should be replaced on a regular basis is the belt (only if the vacuum has a motorized power nozzle for cleaning carpets). The belt should be changed every 6 months or so. Even if it doesn't break, these belts will stretch out and not work as well as a new belt would. Here's a link to the belt that will fit your Filter Queen Majestic:
Filter Queen Power Nozzle Belt to Fit All Majestic models using a flat belt

Here's a link to the owner’s manual for a newer Majestic model. This is the only one that is available online. Even though it's a newer model, the maintenance and care will be exactly the same for your model.
Filter Queen Majestic Owner’s Manual

I really hope this was the information that you needed. If you have any follow up questions, please don't hesitate to ask them by using the comment box here on the Fixya repair page.

If this did help you, please be so kind and rate my repair helpful, or leave some feedback for me. This is greatly appreciated.

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If the light is on you either have a clog some were in the system or the motor is shot. Does it come on? If so check the hose/wand/and nozzle for obstructions then empty the basin and put a fresh secondary (under the plastic cone) filter, and a new cone filter in machine. This should solve the problem.

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I downloaded and printed a Filter Queen Owners Manual from the Filter Queen.Com website. It was hard to locate on their website, but I printed it free.

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The high pitched noise could be because the vacuum is loosing airflow. does the red light come on on the top? if it does ot emptythe vacuum, replace the cone filter, the secondary filter, and the batting in the top of the machine. also hook the hose to the top of the vacuum to make sure there are no clogs in the hose.

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