The Parker Group Lawn Sweeper Vacuum Parts
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Professional grounds keepers and homeowners alike use Parker maintenance equipment to keep their lawns clean and neat. As you use your Parker lawn sweeper vacuum, its ability to pick up debris may start to diminish, leaving you with piles of leaves and grass on the lawn. Rather than considering expensive repairs, try these do-it-yourself fixes to get your lawn vacuum up and running in no time.
Repair the Catcher
The vacuum's catcher is made of durable material, but branches and rocks can tear or fray the catcher over time, allowing debris to fall back onto the lawn. Use pieces of canvas and epoxy glue to patch up any tears, or search vacuum parts to find a new catcher. Also ensure that the catcher is properly attached to the frame, and use glue or tape to re-fasten it if necessary.
Clean or Replace the Brushes
Loose or worn-down brushes cannot properly sweep debris into the catcher. For vacuum repair help, tighten the brushes if they are still in good condition. If the bristles are worn, replace them with compatible brushes according to the user manual.
Unclog the Vacuum
Twigs and other items can become lodged in the vacuum portion of the sweeper, blocking other debris from being picked up. Tilt the lawn sweeper on its side, and manually remove damp grass clippings, branches or other blockages.
With repair parts from Sears PartsDirect, you can fix up your lawn sweeper vacuum and keep your lawn spotless for seasons to come. If you're looking for a certain part or you need assistance with your repair, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.