DIY vacuum repair
If your vacuum isn't picking up dirt, don't just sweep the problem under the rug—find free vacuum repair help from the experts at Sears PartsDirect. Whether the vacuum shuts off during use or has poor suction, we have the troubleshooting tips to help. Click on the symptom below that describes your vacuum failure to get troubleshooting help.
Once you determine which replacement part you need, use our step-by-step, illustrated repair guides to help you install the part and have your vacuum cleaning up in no time. Find answers to common questions, maintenance tips and more on our articles and video page. To find the owner’s manual or a complete list of replacement parts for your vacuum, search for your model number.
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