We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 17 Iona Vacuum models
Iona vacuum cleaners make it simple to keep your carpets neat and tidy. When your vacuum stops creating adequate suction, the chore of cleaning becomes up that much harder. If your vacuum leaves dirt and debris behind during operation, try these troubleshooting tips to get your space sparkling again in no time.
Wet and clogged filters are common vacuum parts that cause weak suctioning. Rinse out foam filters under running water to get them clean, and shake out paper filters after each use to improve suction and save money on replacements. Whether your vacuum has a foam or paper filter, replace it immediately if you find it's worn out or damaged or if you can't successfully remove the clogs.
A full vacuum cleaner bag can cause weak suctioning, so you should change the bag regularly. A brush roll tangled with hair or dirt can also cut off air flow, so it's an important component to inspect when you need vacuum repair help. Use scissors to cut any hair tangled on the roll or around its end caps, and then lubricate the bearings as needed.
Another common cause of improper suctioning in vacuum cleaners is a clogged nozzle or hose. Dirt and debris stuck inside the nozzle or hose can prevent the vacuum from creating enough suction to clean your floors. If you suspect this is the problem, disconnect the nozzle and hose, and use compressed air to clear any clogs. Also, check for any cracks or breaks that may degrade the suction, replacing damaged pieces.
Sears PartsDirect provides maintenance products and replacement parts for your Iona vacuum cleaner. For more information and lists of available parts options, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.