Question about Eureka 1934 Bagged Upright Vacuum
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.
Posted on Dec 21, 2017
Its not easy to get into the sweeper head. I would push a air hose in there and blow the head clean. You will need to find a compressor or your friendly local workshop manager could help you.
Posted on Nov 08, 2007
SOURCE: Eureka Boss vacuum just quit
You have a clog in the hose (or somewhere) most likely the hose though. Find the clog -clean it out-let the machine cool down and you are back in business. This is really a good feature of the Eurekas because rather than continue to run and burn up the motor it shuts off -you clean it out and your vacuum is saved.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
This owner's manual is available on the Eureka website. www.eureka.com Type in your model # down in the right corner, search & buy accessories.Click go, then choose either the 402A or 402A-1. It is the same owner manual for either one.
Posted on May 19, 2009
Make sure it is not the electrical outlet that has tripped. If not then you basically have 3 choices. Cord, switch, motor. A service tech. should be able to diagnose.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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