Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: OT: Vacuum Repair
First, I impressed that anyone on this list is HAS a vacuum cleaner,
second that they are concerned when it doesn't work, and third that they
Given that you have "repaired" the cord in the past, the cord would be
the obvious suspect. Disconnect the cord from the unit (you do not need
to remove it) and test it for continuity. There is no short or you would
have blown the house fuse/breaker. Once you know if the cord is the
problem, you can proceed with all the other suggestions.
Bob Schwier wrote:
> Have you tried taking the thing apart and cleaning it?
> --- On *Wed, 10/7/09, RonK /<rkushnier@...>/* wrote:
> From: RonK <rkushnier@...>
> Subject: [midatlanticretro] Re: OT: Vacuum Repair
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Wednesday, October 7, 2009, 8:15 AM
> Make sure the outlet you are using is not controlled by a light
> switch. That one got me once. DUH! :-)
> Ron K
> --- In midatlanticretro@ yahoogroups. com
> </mc/compose?to=midatlanticretro%40yahoogroups.com>, "Jeffrey Brace"
> <ark72axow@. ..> wrote:
> > Does anyone have any resources for diagnosing and repairing
> vacuum cleaners ? I have a Bissell that was less than a year old and
> it suddenly didn't work. No power when plugged in. I know most of
> you don't live near me so I don't think recommending a good repair
> guy would work.
> > I'm assuming the motor went, but don't have any idea how to check it.