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THe vacuum comes on, but very little suction. We have check the wand and flexible tube, but there is no obstruction. This vacuum was donated to our auditorium and we have no manual. Does Sears repair this brand? Could a broekn belt be the problem? How do we locate the belt?

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You do not state the make or model of the vacuum cleaner. Assuming it has a hose, try disconnecting the hose from the machine. You may find your blockage there.

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What eventually happens to most vacuum tubes is that the cathode (filiament in this case) becomes coated with a material which inhibits the launching of electrons into the tube. When the flow becomes too low, oscillation ceases, and you have no microwave output. Sometimes they reach the threshold, but do no cross over quickly. Then you have a magnetron that is intermittent for a while.

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How do i replace door handle


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My Food Saver V3835 will not seal canisters. It seals bags AOK but there appears to be no vacuum generated through the extension tube. We have tried several different canisters and covers. I have also...


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Packaging Canister
NOTE: FoodSaver® Vacuum Packaging Canisters can only be used with
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5. Insert one end of the Accessory Hose into the Accessory Port on your
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6. Insert the other end of the Accessory Hose into the hole on the top of the
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check the filter(s) under the microwave. The normally fill with cooking grease and clog producing less suction. Remove the vent filter(s) and turn on microwave and you'll see a drastic difference. The are replaceable at any home center like Home Depot, Lowes, etc. and are very inexpensive. I hope this helps and good luck!
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My microwave just switches off in 5 seconds. how do i trouble shoot it?


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It could be that the filter elements are clogged and need to be cleaned. Remove then from the underside of the micro hood and clean them using a good quality cleaner, such as Simple Green. Clean and allow to air dry before reinstalling.

While the filter elements are out, you can check for obstructions and run the fan to see if it is better without the filters installed.

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I would suggest that you check the manual to be sure it;s set up right.

Then you need to check any filters that are in place.

You should also check behind the grille for any obstructions or dust, etc.

1. Unplug it from the outlet.
2. Remove any screws and unlatch any tabs in the vent grille.
3. Pull up and/or out to remove the grille.

Whirlpool customer service is here and you can also enter your model number on that page to download your owner's manual, installation instructions, etc..

We're happy to help you with free advice and we'd appreciate your thoughtful rating of our answer.

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Very, very common problem on these models although GE will not admit it.


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