Question about Vacuums
The price of vacuums these days are falling all the time - esp on EBay. This sounds like there's a foreign object or simply dust which has managed to get into the motor thus causing the burning smell or that the roller brush fly wheel is loose and causing friction against the motor. For the price of replacement however you should contact the customer services of Eureka to see how much it would cost either for an engineer or a line diagram to open up the vacuum and do it yourself. Sounds like the motor does need to be replaced or inspected if the pin which holds the belt isn't moving and the burning smell comes out.
Either way this problem can occur if the vacuum has been treated roughly or dropped, or a design fault and usually repair charges mean a new vacuum would probably be more cost effective.
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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