Model #11633721201 KENMORE Vacuum, Upright

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Q:

Vaccum quit cold turkey

A:

In my research on the Kenmore vacuum cleaner it did not come up with a reset button. I am providing a link to the manual and there is information on page 11 and 18 which may be helpful. An expert will be with you shortly to answer your specific question.

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Anna T -
May 01, 2012
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Thank you for your question on the vacuum cleaner not working.

This vacuum cleaner does not have a reset button you can push.

If it is not coming on at all I would suggest testing the power cord for an open circuit.

It also could be the on/off switch that has failed.

When it was last used and the plug was removed from the outlet it may have broken a wire on the end of the power cord.

If you feel comfortable with and have a volt/ohm meter you can check the power cord for resistance to see if you have a circuit to the motor.

Please let me know what you would like to do and we can continue to troubleshoot.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
May 03, 2012
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This is most likely an electrical failure in either the motor, switch, wiring, or fusible link (a fuse). In my case, the culprit was the fusible link, which protects the vacuum motor from overloads and overheating. In this model vacuum, the fusible link is rated at 125 volts and 12 amps. It is internal to the vacuum and hardwired to the electrical wires. The good news is that the fusible link likely costs less than $10, depending on where it's purchased. However, unless you're qualified in electrical circuits and mechanically skilled, you best take it to a authorized Kenmore repair shop. Tom R.

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Tom -
March 05, 2015
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Replacing Belt Drive on Kenmore Vacuum 11633721201 Kenmore Vacuum cleaner

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Thank you for choosing Searspartsdirect.com and being a valued member. I can certainly assist you in locating the instructions to replace the belt in your vacuum.

REMOVAL

Remove nozzle housing cover. (See Nozzle Housing Removal section).

NOTE: Before removal make sure the Bare Floor/Carpet Selector is in bare floor mode.

To remove drive belt you must first remove the gear box screw and remove gear box.

Remove tensioner assembly by remove two (2) screws shown below.

With gear box and tensioner assembly removed, remove old drive belt from rear agitator, drive pulley and tensioner pulley.

INSTALLATION

Route new drive belt over rear agitator pulley and drive pulley.

Reinstall tensioner assembly with new drive belt in place. Fasten with the two (2) tensioner assembly screws. 

Make sure drive belt is placed between tensioner pulley and belt guide. 

Reinstall nozzle housing as described in the Nozzle Housing Removal section.

You can also visit searpartsdirect.com for parts, diagrams, and repair information.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

Thank you for your question. Have a great day. 

 

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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
October 28, 2014
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None of this descriptions are located on my vacuum's manual. Where is the diagram you mentioned there were no diagram.

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Rica -
October 28, 2014
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I installed my drive belt and it appears to work. Now I have no clue what is the tensioner or belt guide or the tensioner pulley. Like I said according to the diagram provided for me from the manual I dl from this site.... the agitator and the agitator pulley is the one with the brush. Then the staple looking thing is located just below the motor shaft. The diagram and directions I have said to loop the belt on the motor shaft and attach it to the agitator pulley. There was no mention of tensioner or 2 screws for the tensioner or the gear box screw. I am so confused with the wordings you have used on here. PLease email me the diagram. Thank You.

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Rica -
October 28, 2014
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