Question about Vacuums
I was in the middle of vacuuming and it suddenly just stopped working. Cannot get it to turn on at all. Had no problems before this happened. It was running fiine
This could be anything from a bad wall socket to a broken wire maybe a burned out switch or a fuse you will have to get a diagram on it and find out if it has a power fuse sorry hope this helps
Posted on Jan 29, 2014
SOURCE: Vacuum will not work
Not sounding good. Possibly the motor. Own another variant of the s4210 myself it's a good machine but may not be economically viable to repair. Check around to see who will do the cheapest/or free-est quote for you.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
Just before it shut down were you pulling on the cord? For it to shut down like that it almost sounds like the electric cord has a break in it-probably at the plug
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
While I'm having a different problem, the problem you guys are experiencing can easily be fixed by cleaning the two internal filters. My vacuum did the same thing, just stopped running mid-stream. Remove the main filter cup. Look inside the cavity of the vacuum and you'll see a grey bar at the bottom of the cavity, pull this up and you'll find the first of two washable filters. Just rinse it under warm water squeezing as you rinse until the water runs clear. The roll the filter in a few paper towels or towel and unroll, reroll until completely dry - should only take a few minutes. Then, look in the same cavity except up top there is another filter which seems to be hidden. The back wall of the inside cavity will guide you to these filters as well. You will be amazed by the difference cleaning these will make in the suction power of your vacuum. Also, if you remove the belt cover and clean out the hose in this area it will improve suction as well. Hope this helps. Now, if I could just get the darn belt back on mine. First belt smoked and popped. Bought replacement belt, smoked and popped within seconds... HELP!!!
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
SOURCE: It just stopped running.
This most likely is your electrical switch on the vac. you will need to take it in for repair. simple cost effective repair
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Posted on Oct 28, 2009
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