I have a very old filter queen I inherited from my mother-in-law when it got too heavy for her to drag around. I loive, but the other day my daughter was vacuumming, turn it off to move to another room, and when she went to turn it back on it wouldn't.
Is there any kind of fuse or anything in this, or are we talking a power cord problem? Any help would be appreciated.
Mine has a reset on the power head. alittle red button the back. if it is that old and worn out i would buy a refurbished one on like think i saw one for around $350. just search filter queen and u will find them
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This may be a little newer model, however this instructions and use of this machine will be identical to the one that you have. They really have changed anything on their machines other then the looks of them for a decades.
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I had a simular probleme with my older model filter queen vac and it turned out to be worn brushes on the motor I simply ordered new ones installed them and then and all it costs was 15.00 usd to canada probably less in U.S. go to this site you'll find all you need there.
you have got to be kidding me. you want me to pay for your advice after I paid over $2,000 for this vaccum. Not only that, the sales rep that sold the filter queen to me, stole my Oreck vac right out my livingroom. I did not realize until after he left that it was gone. He did mention at the beginnng of the demo that if I bought the filter queen he would take my other one. I had no intention of giving him my Oreck even though I did buy the filter queen. You sales reps go way to far.
http://geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=20820&thid=676660 How to empty? Posted by jchale55 on Jun 16, 2008 I inherited this Filter Queen "Cheetah" (but it isn't black ... chrome) and don't know how to empty the thing. Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. The Filter Queen uses a cone filter and there are 2 or 3 clamps to release to remove the cone and then you dump the dirt sitting in the bottom of the canister and then replace the new cone filter and repeat the process. If you have further question feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://www.filterqueen.com/ Customer Service1-800-344-1840 email@example.com Thanks, Don the Vac Man Go Ahead. Use Us.
Filter ?Queen Majestic Canister Vacuum – Motor Motor? I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. If your Filter Queen Motor is out or not working, the customer can replace the motor if they are mechanically minded and mark the wires as they remove the old motor with the new motor or you can have it serviced by your local vacuum dealer in your area, you can pickup the motor @ a local vacuum cleaner dealer in you area by checking the yellow pages or to contact the Filter Queen factory listed below. It requires a new motor and a new gasket; the biggest problem would be the wiring of the new motor. The factory information is listed below: http://www.filterqueen.comFilter Queen Canisters Vacuums Health-Mor World Headquarters 13325 Darice Parkway, Unit A Strongsville, Ohio44149 1-440-846-7800or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The cone filter if put on right should collect the dirt, the tabs shoud be on the edge so when you put the top on, it keeps it in place. Wish I could help more, guess I would have to see it to figure it out. Here is a pic. of the top part, are all filters ok? There is one under the round card-board besides the one at the bottom of the motor. #18 is the filter.