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Sunbeam Model HC4800 cordless hair trimmer. I need help on how to remove the back to replace the batteries.

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My dog hair collects on my DC44 Animal. After using it on the rug it just wraps around the bar in excess. Please help.


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How do i unclog shark navigator when dust won't go into cup?


Hi, it's Allie from Crucial Vacuum.

Loss of suction into the dust cup may be caused by either the dust cup filters or the motorized brush.

After unplugging your unit, press the release button on the back of of the unit and remove the roller brush. To make sure there is no blockage in the air hose, flip back your unit and remove any debris clogged inside the hose. With a pair of scissors, carefully cut any hair strands or debris tangled in the roller brush. Make sure you do not cut or damage the bristles. Make sure there is no clog inside the air duct at the bottom of the unit. Re-install the brushroll by clicking it into place. If the problem still persists, you may need to check your unit's filters.

Check you filters by first removing the dust cup and then removing the foam filter and rise under lukewarm water until the water runs clean. Do not use soap. Squeeze the excess water off the filter and allow it to air dry for 24 hours before use. Washable filters are recommended to be washed after every 2 to 4 uses and replaced every 3 to 6 months.

You can purchase direct your replacement filter from Crucial Vacuum with free shipping and an exclusive 10% coupon for Fixya.com readers, use code: FIXYA10

http://www.crucialvacuum.com

I hope this was helpful. If you would like further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at 877.750.9239. We have helpful and friendly customer care representatives on the line ready to assist you.

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Hoover linx handheld losing suction


please go to web page from Hoover and see the videos respectively from your model, etc.
http://hoover.com/support/video-instruction-guides/
However this can be a problem:There could be a clog in the hose or the bag/tank may be full and need to be replaced or emptied. Also, check the belt to see if it is worn or broken, if it's defective replace it.7_28_2012_10_15_39_am.jpg

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We have a scunci recharge cordless wet-dry vac model # 52033. The battery does not charge. What can we do to fix this?


if the charger is working, and the battery does not hold a charge for very long, you will need a replacement battery. this is the most likely problem. if the battery does not charge at all it may well be the charger and you will need to replace that. hope this helps

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How do I find the model number on my sunbeam mixer? I need new mixing blades


Some Sunbeam Mixers don't have a model number stamped on them. However, the service number located on the mixer functions basically as a model number when it comes to replacing parts. Hope this helps.

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I need a replacement cap for the water tank Sunbeam humidifier model swm5251


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Replacement battery for a Shark rechargeable sweeper


Sure, take a look on amazon for replacement.. here: Finally charging for our multi device world. I hope this was helpful. Cheers

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V1917n shark vacuum won't run


Mine did the same thing, actually both of them did. I had ordered two at the same time. I love these vacuums. They are so convenient to use and do a terrific job, at least until they acted up and did not want to run.

The first one would power up for a second or two and then quit and the three lights would flash. I tried everything to get it to work. I switched batteries and the charger cord with the new one, but still it did the same thing. So, I opened my second new one up and began using it. I worked for several months and then just here a couple of days ago it too began acting just like the first one did.

I took the corner brush off and then the rotator brush off and removed all the hair, strings, and etc., from around the brushes and also all the areas of the vacuum where any could be at. I put it all back together and it turned for several seconds and then the three lightw would flash again.

I had given up on them working again and was going to be boxing then both up and send back for replacements and was looking at buying another brand of cordless rechargeable sweeper. I had found one to buy, but still I knew that I would miss the Shark vacuums.

Well, tonight I took the second one apart again and looked at areas where I might have missed any hair or strings that might have wound around anything that might keep the brush from turning. I found some wound around the rotator brush end piece that is on the side opposite to the belt. At first I thought that a rubber gasket was worn that fit over the little metal rod that is at the end of the rotator brush, but when it still would not run, then I was thinking that the belt needed to be changed.

I have read somewhere, where someone said that it was hard to change the belts. Well, with the Shark that I have, which has three speeds and the handle that drops down in the middle so that you can vacuum under beds and etc, it is easy to change. There is a tab that you have to push that is next to the wheel on the belt side of the underside of the vacuum, and it opens to reveal the belt.

Well, when I opened it----------there was a tremendous lot of fibers and hair wrapped around the belt wheel and in the chamber leading up to the wheel that the belt attaches to the rotator brush. After taking the belt off the bottom wheel and cleaning all the hair and fibers off it and removing all the rest in the chamber, I put everything back together and it powered up and ran just like it did when I first got it.

I also got the first one working also. I don't have to send them back and have to wait a long time for replacements. Just a word of advice------------keep the rotator brush clean and the area around the belt at the bottom and anywhere else where hair and strings can wrap around. Keep a check on it weekly and it might keep them running.

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