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MTD Lawn Sweeper Vacuum Parts

We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 13 MTD Lawn Sweeper Vacuum models

Model 24A060H799 (109 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 24A-070H799 (133 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 24A-070H799 (140 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 24A-070H299 (142 parts)

YARD VACUUM

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Model 24A-070J799 (130 parts)

YARD VACUUM

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Model 24A030E099 (67 parts)

YARD VACUUM

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Model 243-689-000 (117 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 243677 (117 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 243687 (117 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 242687 (96 parts)

LAWN VACUUMN

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Model 243-675-000 (117 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 243-685-000 (117 parts)

LAWN VACUUM

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Model 24A070J099 (130 parts)

YARD VACUUM 769-05107B 4/6/11

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MTD lawn sweeper vacuums quickly and efficiently pick up pine needles, leaves and other debris strewn around your yard. These vacuums may lose suction for a variety of reasons, which dramatically reduces their efficiency.


Clean Out the Bag

Many MTD lawn sweeper vacuums feature integrated bags that collect cut grass or other debris from the yard and hold it for storage or mulching. When the bag becomes full, the suction motor may no longer operate as effectively. Cleaning out the bag may restore the suction of the vacuum and lessen the strain on the motor assembly.


Check for Clogs

Many vacuum parts that collect dust and debris may clog over time. As debris builds up inside hoses or tubes inside the machine, suction may slow due to limited areas for movement. The restricted airflow can also place further strain on the motor, making it work even harder with lessened results. Disassembling the collection assembly on the lawn sweeper vacuum and hand-cleaning or washing the inside can increase the surface area available for air and new debris to flow through, ensuring enough room remains for regular operation.


Replace the Suction Motor

The suction motor is one of the most essential parts of the vacuum, and a failed motor results in no suction whatsoever. Over time, the motor may begin to malfunction, operating intermittently or not at all, and stress from working with clogged systems or full bags may accelerate this process. No amount of vacuum repair help can help restore suction power to a vacuum that has a malfunctioning motor. At this point, users must replace the motor with a new version.


Sears PartsDirect carries many parts that can fix a variety of suction problems in MTD lawn sweeper vacuums. Choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.

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