20. February 2011 05:13
Repairing you vacuum cleaner can be a difficult task if you have never don it before. First you will need to diagnose the problem and determine what part that is broken. This can be done by reviewing factory schematics and parts diagrams, which can aid you in pin pointing the broken part. Sometimes it may be difficult to dissemble the vacuum cleaner and work on the major components. You will most likely consume more time your first time that a professional would, but you have the potential to save yourself hundreds of dollars by doing it yourself. One thing you need to consider is, if your vacuum cleaner is still under warranty, you do not want to fix it yourself. Fixing it on your own will void your warranty and it will be nearly impossible to get the part form the dealer for free to fix it on your own. You are better off bringing your vacuum cleaner to the dealership and have them fix it for free if it’s still under warranty. After you have determined that you vacuum is out of warranty you have to determined the broken part. The next task is trying to locate the exact vacuum parts that you are in need of. First you will need to locate the model and type of vacuum cleaner you have. This can be done by finding the factory service label on the back or bottom of the vacuum cleaner. In some cases the model number is located inside the door where you put the bag. If you have a central vacuum cleaner, the service label will be located on you power unit. Now that you have your model number finding the right part should be easy, right? This is not always the case, you will now need to find a authorized dealer that is permitted to sell the parts that you are in need of, or looking on eVacuumStore.com which is a dealer authorized for all major brands. Now that you have found the corre vacuum part you will just need to put the vacuum cleaner back together the same way it came apart, and then test the performance.