Vacuum: Won't turn on

Electrical connection problems can prevent the vacuum cleaner from running: check that the outlet is getting power by plugging in a small appliances. Also check the outlet cord for damage. If the motor is getting power but the vacuum won't turn on, the suction motor might need to be replaced.

These repairs may help solve your Vacuum problem:

Replace the vacuum suction motor

Suction motor

The suction motor rotates the fan that creates suction by moving air from the intake at the cleaning head to the dirt collection chamber. If the motor doesn't create suction or doesn't run at all, replace it.

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Replace the vacuum hose

Vacuum hose

The vacuum cleaner hose is constructed of reinforced vinyl. It sometimes has wires integrated into the hose. If the hose is torn or the integrated wires are broken, replace the hose.

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Replace the vacuum adjustable wand

Adjustable wand

An adjustable wand telescopes to different lengths. If the wand no longer locks in place when adjusted or no longer telescopes, replace the wand.

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Replace the vacuum stationary wand

Stationary wand

A stationary vacuum wand has internal wires that supply voltage to the power brush. If the wires are broken or the connections are damaged, replace the wand.

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