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Shop Vac Vacuum Parts

14 Shop Vac Vacuum found

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Model QPS30 (14 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QUL650 (27 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPS35 (16 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 932 (74 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model 462 (74 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model 400 (74 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model 900-12 (33 parts)

SHOP-VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPV10.5B (46 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPV10.5A (46 parts)

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts
Model QM45A (28 parts)

SHOP - VAC

Shop Parts
Model QS30A (28 parts)

SHOP - VAC

Shop Parts
Model QPM45 (15 parts)

Wet dry

SHOP VAC

Shop Parts

Shop Vac products are always reliable, but when troubles arise, making necessary replacements is easy with Sears PartsDirect manufacturer-approved parts. Issues commonly reported by users are the emission of dust from the exhaust, suction loss and static shock. Below are tips to help you troubleshoot these problems.


Inspect the Filter

When dust is discharged from the exhaust, the filter is likely to blame. It might be clogged from too much dust, defective or installed improperly. Remove the filter and inspect it. If it's dirty, try cleaning it and reinsert carefully into the Shop Vac. If you're still unsure whether the filter is installed properly, seek vacuum repair help. When none of the above fixes are successful, the filter may be defective, in which case you will need to replace this Shop Vac part completely.


Check the Hose and Tank

Occasionally your Shop Vac may lose suction, which can be caused by a clogged filter, a hose with a hole or loose connection or a full tank. Try cleaning the filter. Inspect the hose connection, and tighten it if it seems loose. Empty the tank if full. If the filter or hose are damaged, these vacuum parts require replacement.


Examine the Environment

If your Shop Vac creates static shock when you use it, excessively dry air may be the cause. You can address this issue by using a humidifier to add moisture to the air. This temporary problem won't affect the long-term functionality of the vacuum cleaner.

Sears PartsDirecthas a wide array of online resources to guide regular maintenance and occasional troubleshooting. If you need personalized assistance, choose your model from the list below, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698 to speak with a customer service representative.

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