I have a Kenmore vacuum cleaner ''Heavy Duty Plus'', model #175.3866180. It uses bag #20-50341. I cannot find this bag. Is it available or has it been replaced by a newer number? Also, which belt does this model use?
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I've been repairing vacuums over 30 years, I prefer a bag vacuum because a good bag vacuum is a lot less maintenance, all the nasty stuff goes in a cheap paper bag (which is actually just a really good great big cheap filter) which you simply remove and gently sit in the trash. It usually takes less than 30 seconds to change bags and only needs done about once a month. You will dump a dirt cup about 40 times compared to changing one bag. Bags compact the dirt while bagless fluffs the dirt. Bagless filters and dust compartments need frequent cleaning and replaced at least once a year to work properly. Bagless vacuums leak more dust and dirt which you will notice on your vacuum. In the long run its much easier and cleaner using a bag vacuum plus they usually last much longer, usually outlasting 3 or 4 bagless vacuums. Much less expense and hassle in the long run.
GoVacuum.com can also special order any part that you require. I hope that this helps you. The Sanyo uprights are pretty good quality, inexpensive vacuum cleaners. They use metal in all the right places, and last longer, unlike models that use just plastic.
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