Sudden loss of suction power
While using your vacuum, did you suddenly notice that it is not performing as well as it did a short while ago?
Blockage in hose
Look through the clear walls of the extension hose assembly for any blockages. If there are, take off any attachments and shake lose the blockage. Your vacuum should now operate as normal.
Blockage in brush head
Turn the vacuum over so that the brush head assembly is upright. Look for any obstructions, and remove them. Your vacuum should now operate as normal.
Blockage in internal hose
Turn the vacuum over so that the brush head assemble is upright. Look for any blockages in the hose that is in the upper right corner. Remove any obstructions. Your vacuum should now operate as normal.
Internal housing routes need cleaning
In order to clean your internal housing routes you will have to access the canister.
To clean the internal housing routes follow this guide.
Screeching noise during operation
While cleaning, did you hear a loud, screeching noise come from your vacuum?
Brush head is not spinning
Turn the vacuum off. Look for any cord-like objects that are causing the brush to not spin. Unwrap the cord from the brush. Your vacuum should now operate as normal.
Broken brush head
To replace the brush head you will need to remove the bottom panel of your vacuum.
To replace the brush follow this guide.
Vacuum motor malfunction
Replacing the motor will require you to dismantle a majority of your vacuum.
To replace the motor follow this guide.
Filter needs cleaning
Have you been using your vacuum for over 6 months without cleaning your filter?
Routine filter cleaning
In order to access your filters you will need to open up your canister.
To clean your filter, follow this guide.
The power will not stay on
The power comes on when you press the button, but it shuts off as soon as you release.
The power button is sticking or misaligned
With the machine unplugged, press the power button down and slip it off quick enough that it makes a pop noise. Do this about ten times. Plug the vacuum back in and the power should stay on.
Vacuum will not turn on
Does your vacuum not turn on when you press the power button?
The vacuum is not securely plugged in
Make sure the plug is fully inserted into a fully functional electrical outlet. Your vacuum should now operate as normal.
The power switch is malfunctioning
In order to replace the power switch you will need to open up the handle of your vacuum.
To replace the power switch follow this guide.
The power cord need maintenance
In order to replace the power cord you will need to open up the handle of your vacuum.
To replace the power cord follow this guide.