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Where can I find the repair manual for the Progressive Bagless Upright Inteliclean Vacuum, purple?

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SOURCE: Kenmore Progressive 36932 Upright Vacuum

It's located inside the vacuum kind of behind the where the dirt is collected. You can open and clean but this is probably not necessary. You probably vacuum very fine dust that is hard to remove from the system.

Try replacing or cleaning all filters and letting the vaccum run for a few minutes without moving. Agitator off of course.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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SOURCE: i have a kenmore upright progressive beltless

Remove the belt from your beltless vacuum and you should be golden!

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: i need to take apart my Kenmore Progressive

What problem are you trying to fix? The is no belt so you don't need to remove the bottom plate. If you are trying to remove the main hose, remove 4 screws on the back and remove the plate. There are 2 more screws under that.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenmore progressive upright, beltless vacuum, the

They usually have belts for that kind of thing at walmart!

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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SOURCE: The brush isn't turning on my Kenmore progressive

replace the belt

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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Caught fridge of a blanket in vaccum. Turned off and remove object. Now beater bar does turn. How to fix?


Sounds like the belt either just slipped off, or is broken.
It's normal when the beater gets jammed.

Can you spin the beater easily?

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When I turn on the unit and push on the level that draws the "arm" back, it immediately shuts off. I return it to the upright position and turn it on again and repeat the process. Same thing...


seems like there is a short in the unit. it is extremely hard to find kenmore parts. i would probably just go out and buy a new vacuum. Kenmores arent worth fixing.

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I sucked in a sock or something. How do I get at it?


remove the lower floor unit plate,, and use a wire coat hanger to fish out the ' sock '. if it is way up the hose - then you might need to remove the hose from the unit and try and work out the blockage using your wire or a stiff dowel.

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Kenmore InteliClean 116.35923502 Two, I believe unrelated, problems. 1) The InteliClean sensor lights stay amber and red even when the machine is in the upright position and the suction line is...


I had the same problem with the amber inteliclean light continually on. I found the problem to be in the plastic housing that connects the suction hose to the back of the upright section. You have to remove three screws and gently pull the hose housing off the vacuum. Inside I found a hairy clump that was caught on the inside of the hose. The optical "dirt sensor" is just inside the fitting on the upright section. When dirt or other stuff blocks the optical path of the sensors, the amber light will illuminate. My vacuum had an uneven cut on the hose which caused a snag point for hair, dirt and debris. Once this was removed, the vacuum worked like new.

Regarding the roller, this unit has an integrated motor in the roller. I would guess that you will need to take it apart, and hopefully only clean it up. If you need bearings, that will likely be expensive.

Dec 24, 2010 | Kenmore Progressive Bagless Upright with...

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Beater bar stopped working


Here is one of my Tips on the problem you are describing:
www.fixya.com/support/r6311178-vacuum_brush_bar_not_spinning

If you have further questions, just let me know.

Good Luck!

Jim

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I have a Kenmore Progressive Upright Vacuum - Purple, and it worked just fine. I emptied the canister (like always) and put it back in place. I turned on the vacuum to it immediately shutting down (motor)...


Make sure that something didn't fall into the fan assembly in the base when the canister was removed. The motor should have an overload reset switch. Try moving the motor manually (power plug out) to make sure that it isn't bound up.

Dec 24, 2009 | Kenmore Progressive Bagless Upright with...

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Kenmore Progressive vacuum clogs continuosly


Try taking the bottom off and this will reveal if you have something clogging up the flexible tube. Just did this last night there was a ton of junk clogging the tube and I cleaned it all out and put it back together now it works fine. Seems like with the design of the vacuum this will always be a problem.

Dec 08, 2009 | Kenmore Progressive Bagless Upright with...

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Loud noise from Kenmore Progressive Bagless Inteli-Clean


Here is a possible solution. If the vacuum sounds normal when the green light comes on, then the issue is a suction bypass. Kenmore built a suction bypass in to help cool down and protect the motor should someone either never clean the filter, empty the canister or somehow manage to clog the hose. There is a spring holding the bypass closed and is overridden by vacuum suction. I guess the spring becomes weak, allowing high suction to pull it open which in turn reduces suction so it closes again. It can do this several times per second making a loud racket and slightly affecting performance until the sensor goes green, then the vacuum suction is too low to overcome the spring tension thus why it sounds fine then. The trick? The very hard way (what I did) was to open the vacuum, open the casing where the spring is and pull it apart slightly to increase the spring tension. The easy way is to put tape over the hole where the bypass is. The inlet is under the hose track on the back on the right side as you're looking at it. The hole is about the size of a quarter and you'll see fins across the hole. The tape would keep the suction. The motor would still pull back the bypass but since tape is applied, there would be nothing to reduce the suction thus keeping performance and reducing the noise. However, this circumvents the intended design so you do so only at your own risk.

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Getting suction to use attachments


When the vacuum is in the upright position, it should give you suction thru the hose.

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