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Bissell 6390 / 3910 series extremely loud

I cleaned the pre- motor and replaced the post; the thing sounds like a Blackhawk chopper is landing in my living room.

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Check the hose and also the dirt inlet by the brush roll to see if you have a blockage. Check the brush roll, make sure the ends turn freely and have not melted. Motor has gone bad.

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How to fix a loud Bissell vacumn cleaner


Hello, this is Ava with Think Crucial.

Before checking the possible causes for your machine being louder, please unplug the unit from the outlet.

Check the Pre and Post-Motor filters for debris. Dirty filters can restrict airflow. The pre-motor foam filter is square and located in a pull out tray underneath the dirt cup. The foam filter may be hand washed in cold water with mild detergent. Reinstall the filter when it is completely dry. The Multi-Layer Post Motor Filter is rectangular and located on the side of the machine. Note: The white Multi-Layer Post Motor Filter is not washable.

Detach the upper hose from the machine. Insert a broomstick into the hose to push any obstruction through to the opposite end.

Remove the screw from the left side of the lower hose on the back of the unit, and straighten this section of hose by pulling it down or lay the unit out flat, and roll the unit on its side with the lower house towards the top side. Look through the hose for any obstructions. Remove the hard plastic hose wand base (once held up by the single screw) to expose the lower hose. Push a broom stick through the lower hose to unclog. (The access plate can also be removed to provide a better view of the lower hose).

If you continue to experience excessive noise, you may need to contact Bisell by phone 1-800-237-7691 for further assistance.

You can purchase a wide variety of high quality Bissell replacement parts for your Bissell vacuum direct from Think Crucial with free shipping and an exclusive 10% coupon for Fixya.com readers, use code: FIXYA10

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I hope this was helpful.

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Think Crucial Customer Care
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I was given a model 6591, plugged it in and it worked but didnt "****" and didnt sound right. I turned it off and removed the hose from the back found a badly plugged hose. Removed the hair...


The User Guide for the bissell Clearview Power Trak

http://canada.bissell.com/images/UserGuides/3590C.pdf

May not be your exact model but should be similar.

The Bissel vacuums include an internal thermal protector to protect it from overheating. When the thermal protector activates, the cleaner will stop running. Should this happen proceed as follows:

1. Turn the cleaner OFF and unplug from electrical outlet.

2. Check the Pre-Motor Filter and Post-Motor Filter for dirt accumulation.

3. Remove any clogs.

4. When the vacuum is unplugged and motor cools for approximately 30 minutes, the thermal protector should automatically resets and cleaning may continue.

5. If the thermal protector continues to activate after following the above steps, your cleaner may need servicing. Call Bissell Customer Service:

http://canada.bissell.com/Contact_Us.aspx


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Mine is doing the same thing and my husband told me to purchase a new beater bar. I suggest you do the same.

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What causes these things to become unbearably loud? We've cleaned evey filter on the machine, pulled every speck of hair and lint off the brushes, changed the belt, no clogs anywhere. I've totally (and I...


A clog in the hose or dirt inlet by the brush roll will cause the motor to sound loud. But so will a bad motor bearing, or motor fan, in which case you would have to replace the motor.

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If its aloud grating noise the motors at fault the fan in the motor is catcthing its housibng

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