Question about Kenmore 25614 / 25615 Progressive Bagged Canister Vacuum
Remove the wand from the telescoping pole, and look at the two holes in the wand where the electrical connection is made between the wand and the pole. You may see corrosion, which will cause the connection to be flaky and the power assist to surge on and off.
In any case, a good bet is that the wire harness in the wand needs replacing. It's about $15. (P/N KC37GBZTZV06) You'll have to take the wand apart - 3 screws and some judicious prying - to replace it.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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