20 Most Recent Eureka 1934 Bagged Upright Vacuum Questions & Answers


Blowing air out of the right side? As in blowing air out of the right side of the hood? If its a light stream of warm coming out of the vent in the hood that's normal, its exhaust air from the motor. Now, clogs can occur at the outlet from the fan chamber. Remove the bag from the base of the machine via two screws. See if that area is clear and the tube going up into the bag unit is clear as well. Now, if the fan chamber is clear, inspect the fan for breaks or missing blades.

Eureka 1934... | Answered on Dec 21, 2017


The Eureka part # 60F for the tools ( hose, wands, converter, & attachments). It runs about $20.00.

Eureka 1934... | Answered on Aug 31, 2010


If your cover is rubbing, you probably put the belt on wrong. It should line up with the belt close to the groove in the underside of unit.

Eureka 1934... | Answered on Aug 31, 2010


You might want to check the brushroll. It may need to be replaced. The brushroll end caps on your model should come off easily and if there is a collection of hair, etc under them and you can clean it out, do so. If it is impossible to clean out, you must replace the brush. You can get one at any Eureka/Sanitaire dealer or warranty station. If you have a model 1934, you can upgrade to a better metal brushroll which won't give you as much trouble.

Eureka 1934... | Answered on Oct 24, 2008


My solution is one that only works if the vacuum is a spare... To get mad at it and throw it in the garbage...

My thought though on what the problem actually was... Seeing as where the vacuum came from and what the problem was, that it was run with the fan broken causing more damage to the motor and therefore making it impossible to fix with just a fan. I would suggest that if your vacuum sounds different than it has before, stop running it and see if there's something you can do to fix it and if not then don't keep running it. Coins are the main problem with a broken fan and are not made to be sucked up by a vacuum cleaner.

Eureka 1934... | Answered on Jul 17, 2008


Lack of power, a bad power cord, failed drive motor or broken wires in the vacuum hose can prevent the vacuum cleaner from starting. Make sure the electrical outlet that you're using for the vacuum cleaner works. Try using a different outlet if you suspect that the outlet you're using is dead.
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Eureka Vacuums | Answered on May 11, 2020


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Eureka Vacuums | Answered on Mar 21, 2020


There should be four screws on the bottom that will allow you to take the hood off for cleaning. If the hood doesn't lift up check for other hidden screws. Sometimes they will hide them under wheels.

Eureka Vacuums | Answered on Oct 29, 2019

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