Question about Kenmore 23613 Progressive PowerMate Bagged Canister Vacuum
Usually when you remove the hose from the swivel base and try to attach the new hose the attachment is usually not tight enough therefore the suction is always low. It is better for you to purchase the swivel head parts to enable you enjoy the use of the vacuum more. If you simply replace the hose then there is a probability that the connection might not be so airtight therefore suction becomes low and the vacuum's effectiveness would be poor. So simply get the swivel head and if possible get one already attached to a hose.
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Posted on May 19, 2011
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