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Shop Vac Vacuum Parts

We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 14 Shop Vac Vacuum models

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Model 400 (74 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model 462 (74 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model 932 (74 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPV10.5B (46 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPV10.5A (46 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model 900-12 (33 parts)

SHOP-VAC

Shop Parts
Model QS30A (28 parts)

SHOP - VAC

Shop Parts
Model QM45A (28 parts)

SHOP - VAC

Shop Parts
Model QUL650 (27 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QMH45A (23 parts)

Wet dry

SHOP-VAC

Shop Parts
Model 90L550A (20 parts)

Wet dry

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPS35 (16 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPM45 (15 parts)

Wet dry

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPS30 (14 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts

Your Shop-Vac vacuum helps you keep your work area, basement or garage neat and tidy, but when it stops suctioning properly, it can throw off the balance of your space by leaving dirt and debris behind. Use these three troubleshooting tips to get your vacuum operating properly again quickly and conveniently.


Change Your Bag

Full bags are a common cause of poor suctioning. When debris is sucked into the machine, it needs somewhere to go. Test the bag by squeezing it with your hand, and if it feels full, change it immediately to see if you regain proper vacuum suction.


Check the Nozzle and Hoses

Other common vacuum parts that can cause a loss of suction are clogged hoses or an obstructed nozzle. Check the nozzle by visual inspection, and feel for clogs in hoses with your hand. If you find any, use compressed air or a hooked wire to remove the obstructions.


Replace the Suction Motor

If changing the bag doesn't work, and the nozzle and hoses are clear, turn to vacuum repair help that requires replacement of the suction motor. This component moves air from the cleaning head intake to the dirt collection chamber by rotating the fan that creates the suction. If there is no suction, or you don't hear this motor running, the suction motor needs to be replaced immediately.


Sears PartsDirect carries all the maintenance and repair parts you need to keep your Shop-Vac vacuum operating at full suction and optimal efficiency. For assistance with issues specific to the brand and lists of available parts options, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.

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