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Vacuum Cleaner Repair

If your floor were a movie, your vacuum cleaner would be the supporting actor. It won't make your floorboards shine, like wax, or transform your room, like a new rug, but it will keep what you have looking great. A vacuum sucks up dirt and dust, which helps keep wood planks from getting scratched and rugs from discoloring. All good, until your vacuum loses suction or the belt breaks. Then, disaster. Don't spend money on a new vacuum just yet, though. It may be a simple fix, like cleaning the air filter or replacing the belt. Repair Clinic will show you how to troubleshoot the problem and get your machine back on set.
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Did you know that depending on the quality, use and handling, the average life of a vacuum cleaner is eight to 12 years? And with proper maintenance and repair, you may be able to extend its service life. We're here to help you do that. First, unplug your vacuum cleaner. Then find the symptom from the list below that best describes what's going on, and click. Scan the possible causes to figure out which one it is. You might have to do some testing to home in on the right cause. If you need a new part you can order it right from our page, and then we'll walk you through the steps to make the repair.