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Re: bissel upright vaccum model 6594
Did you check the inlet hose down by the brush roll, it may be clogged there. Your system says that that must be a clog. Did you drop something like a big marble down thru the hose and have go all the way thru?
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No sound at all? or the motor runs but no vaccuum?
did it stop while using it? might have overheated due to dirty filters... strange that the light comes on but no motor at all... that would suggest to me that the motor is shot...
Here is a link the the manual.. there is no reference to any user accessable fuse or breaker...
There are threee filters inside this unit. Be sure all three are clean. You can't clean the Hepa filter. You can only replace it. You may even try pluging it in and running it (not while vacuuming the carpet) without the filters to see if it is clogged up anywhere. It's not uncommon to **** up an object that doesn't fit though the vaccum hose very well and for that item to cause hair etc to catch on it and plug that hose. Before you know it you have a big plug in that hose. The hose detaches easily. Look through it.
You have a clog somewhere in the hose. You may have a belt off. You MIGHT have a air driven brush, if that is the case, dont look for the belt ... look for the clog. You may want to use a shop vac to help you remove the clog. Loosen what ever you have to to assure the hoses are CLEAR.
Make sure you unplug before cleaning turn vaccum upside down check roller
for hair and strings wrapped around brush if this does not help clean out cylinder gently knocking dust out or use a duster to stick up inside lightly cleaning and check filter
1: There is a clog somewhere in your air pathway, which is why you're not getting any suction at the end of the hose. Try disconnecting the hose from the machine and checking inside the various openings for clogs.
2: Your belt needs replacement, which is why you're not getting the lines on the carpet. Remove the baseplate on the underside of the machine and remove the brushroll, put the new belt around the motor pulley and replace the brushroll. Note that even if your old belt appears fine, it's probably stretched to the point that it's not agitating properly.
Otherwise, it is entirely possible that your motor is shot and is not able to effectively move air. This is very common with bagless vacuums, which is why the average lifespan of bagless vacuums is 1.5-3 years.
Sounds like yu may have a clog, either in the inlet by the brush roll, or the hose. If the hose comes loose, see if there is suction there. If no suction then it is clogged. If suction, then the inlet maybe clogged.