My Majestic Filter Queen vacuum loses power when I use the carpet attachment. It seems to start and stop but when I use the other attachments I am not losing power. So I am assuming that there is a problem with the motor of the carpet attachment. Can you comment on this?
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Probably the plug in connector between the hose and wand or wand and head... check them for obvious arcing or looseness, visually or by wiggling the connection. If you find the faulty connection, you may find the cord with faulty end on ebay or verizon. If the cord is incorporated in the hose or the wand, you may also nd them on the same two sources... Filter Queen will charge you too much...
It sounds as if you have a clog inside the "Power Nozzel". They mention that there are "no user serviceable parts within the Majestic® Power Nozzle" My advice would be to see if you can see a clog with in reachable distance and try to remove the clog. One way to check for a clog which may work for you is to remove the attachment and shine a flashlight on one of of the attachment and look through the other side and see if you see light, if no light, most likely a clog. Past that you might void the warrenty if you try and open it up the Power Nozzel itself. You may want to ask a Phone service rep about clog removal.
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. Thanks, Chris Jones GoVacuum.com
There has been a recall on the hose, wand, and power nozzle. Mine just caught fire! Burned a whole in my carpet. I'd contact their customer service department and find out if yours is on the recall list.
First test suction on unit without the hose, is there suction? If yes, attach hose and test. If no go to the door to outside, attach hose to the top of unit where it blows (under handle on top), put hose out door and turn on. The stuff clogging the hose should blow out the end.
If it wasn't the hose check the wand, and then the power nozzle and using the above to clear obstruction.
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