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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are finding BB's. then the bearings are bad. You could pull the motor and take it to a place that rebuilds motors to see about replacing the bearings. If it is a Lamb or amtec motor, there is a number stamped on it, you can match up another motor with that number. Go to a place that sells Vacuum repair parts and they maybe able to get you a new motor.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
Greetings from GoVcauum.com,
Ok, so good news, I have looked up your model number for your Kenmore vacuum and found that your Kenhmore canister takes the motor AC92FAUX2000.
#13 on diagram Image not available Motor Number: 4147248 Substitution: 705357
#13 on diagram Image not available Motor Number: 4147248 Substitution: 705357In stock
You may buy this part from the link to GoVacuum.com above. I have personally gone back and checked this motor, and it does have 4 wires that come off the motor itself.
I also verified this by pulling up your parts diagram for your model, and it did call this part number as well.
We offer the best return policy in the industry. We give you 60 days to return any product purchased from GoVacuum. We will even include a return label with every order, and if for any reason the motor doesn't fit, send it back with the free return label, and we give you a full 100 Refund, no restocking fees.
Please feel free to call me or email me if you have any further questions.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
The cotton bag wraps around the hepa filter - the blue plastic part will not be visible once the bag is in place. The silver ring sits inside the cotton bag to hold the sides of the bag against the sides of the vacuum top-half. DON'T pull the plastic inner seal and outer seal apart. They snap together and snap onto the lip of the vacuum top-half. It's a bit of a struggle snapping the seal back onto the lip.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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