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Connectors on Kenmore Power Mate

Model @ 11627212790 How do I remove connectors to change hose? Is there an easy way?

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  • lkohm Apr 07, 2008

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To take the hose off, you just depress the clip at the end but there is no easy way to remove the connectors off of the ends, it just must get cut out and the new one pushed in and sealed

Let me know if you need any further help

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Apr 07, 2008

    I'm sure if you call Kenmore at 1-800-KENMORE

    they will probably tell you to maybe clamp down the connector, then take a pliers and pull the hose out of the connector. You will then need to remove any glue and then place the new hose in with a sealant/glue that you can buy at the local hardware store.

    It is as simple as that, the connector will not come apart.

    I was a little confused by your initial question of replacing the hose, sorry, People don't usually just change the hose, they usually just buy a whole new attachment. Let me know if this did not help and I can contact some other people about this or if I am off track but I believe this is what you wanted, correct?

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Apr 07, 2008

    you may have to pry the hose out with a flat-headed screwdriver too

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Greetings from GoVacuum,

I wasn't able to find the manual for the Kenmore model, however I did find the instruction manual for the corresponding Panasonic canister vacuum cleaner. Your particular Kenmore model is actually made by Panasonic for Sears, and then Sears puts the Kenmore name on the vacuum cleaner. They are identical internally, and have the same parts and components, besides the filter that is behind the bag. Sears makes Panasonic put a specially designed filter in the Kenmore's so that the customer has to go back and purchase that filter from Sears.

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My old canister model 116 followed with numbers 2839580 marked Kenmore 3.9 with power-mate, worked fine until the bag got overly full. I have changed the bag, cleaned the filter, and removed a nasty hair/fur/dust clog :-p from the lower metal tube of the power mate. It now has very weak suction and won't pick up anything. I suspect a clog in the grey plastic flexible tubing attached to the canister but cannot get it apart. Advice?
RJ


Hello,
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http://www.sears.com/ Customer Service 1-800-4-MY-HOME 1-800-469-4663
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