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When it comes to keeping your home tidy and dust-free, vacuums are an indispensable cleaning tool. LG vacuums are known for their ergonomic designs, superior power and ease of use. Over time, LG vacuums can demonstrate a loss of suction. Usually, proper suction can be restored with the use of these three simple troubleshooting tips.


Check the Bag

When the vacuum's dust tank is full, the machine loses suction power because it has no more space to collect dust and hair. If the debris in the dust tank rises past the fill line, empty or replace it. Replacement dust tanks and other vacuum parts are available at Sears PartsDirect.


Clean the Filter

The filter is located inside the top of the canister, and though it may look clean on the surface, it is often dirty underneath. To clean the filter, remove the housing from the canister, extract the internal filter, and wash it. Once it is dry, replace it, and place the dust tank back on the vacuum. A good vacuum repair help tip is to clean the vacuum dust tank and filter in the garage or yard to avoid spreading dust around your home.


Replace the Suction Motor

The suction motor is located inside the canister underneath the vacuum hood. It moves air away from the cleaning head intake and toward the dirt collection chamber. This causes the fan, which initiates suction, to move. If the suction motor does not run or runs without creating suction, replace it with a new one from Sears PartsDirect.


Sears PartsDirect carries a large selection vacuum cleaner repair parts. Choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698 for maintenance help.