Eureka
Canister Vacuum

Model #3685B Eureka canister vacuum

Here are the diagrams and repair parts for Eureka 3685B canister vacuum, as well as links to manuals and error code tables, if available.


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Showing 10 of 27 parts

Screw

#6

Motor and wheel Diagram

Screw

Part #60610

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Vacuum Cover

#9

Bag housing Diagram

Vacuum cover

Part #38956-1SV

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Vacuum Wand

#6

Hose and attachments Diagram

Vacuum wand

Part #14070-3

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Vacuum Wheel

#5

Motor and wheel Diagram

Vacuum wheel

Part #15409A-119N

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Tube

#8

Bag housing Diagram

Tube

Part #27964-119N

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Vacuum Motor Safety Filter

#6

Bag housing Diagram

Vacuum motor safety filter

Part #38333

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Bushing

#2

Motor and wheel Diagram

Bushing

Part #28050

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Housing

#2

Bag housing Diagram

Housing

Part #60487-3

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Gasket

#4

Motor and wheel Diagram

Gasket

Part #28261

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Vacuum Handle

#3

Hose and attachments Diagram

Vacuum handle

Part #26193-3

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Symptoms common to all vacuum cleaners

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Main causes: damaged vacuum hose, clogged motor air filter, bad suction motor
Main causes: lack of power, bad power cord, drive motor failure, wiring failure
Main causes: weak suction motor, vacuum bag is full, clog in suction air path, dirty exhaust filter, leaky vacuum hose
Main causes: broken drive belt, damaged brush roll, tripped brush roll motor overload, bad brush roll motor, wiring failure

Repair guides for canister vacuums

July 1, 2013
By Lyle Weischwill
How to replace a vacuum suction motor

The suction motor on a vacuum creates the draw of air at the cleaning head that picks up dirt. If the vacuum won't run, give it a new life by replacing the suction motor. These steps explain how.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
July 1, 2013
By Lyle Weischwill
How to replace a vacuum beater bar

Replace the brush roll if the bristles ares worn or the cylinder is damaged.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less
How to replace a vacuum power head ribbed drive belt

Some canister vacuums have a ribbed drive belt that spins the brush roll on a power brush attachment. If the brush roll slips, you can replace it using these instructions.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 30 minutes or less

Articles and videos common to all vacuum cleaners

Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your vacuum.

January 18, 2016

How to use a multimeter to test electrical parts video

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Learn how to use a multimeter to check for wiring problems in an appliance that's not working

December 18, 2014

Deciding between a canister or upright vacuum

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Undecided about canister or upright? We compare them.

December 17, 2014

5 tips for caring for a vacuum cleaner

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Follow this advice to keep your vacuum in good working order.