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How to Repair a Vacuum Cleaner I

Posted on Aug 31, 2011 by in Cleaning Advice | 0 comments

The vacuum cleaner is an essential household machine and undertakes a high volume of work. Since it has such a frequent use, wearing down is expected and repairs are a necessity. Read these advices to have a good knowledge in vacuum cleaner repairs and make its service longer.

Hose leaks, as professional London cleaners admit, are caused when a hole or tear develops in the hose. This disrupts the vacuum system and causes a suction leak. The equipment will not be able to work efficiently. To detect the hole on the hose, first turn on the machine. Clasp the hose firmly with your hand and feel along the entire length, bit by bit. As you proceed, take note of where the vacuum suction improves when clasped. Alternatively, use your hand to carefully feel along the length of the hose. You are sure to feel a slight breeze where air is being drawn in. Tiny holes are difficult to find so some patience is called for. Once you have detected the problem area, you can proceed to repair. Use duct tape to seal the hole. If the hole is too large you are better off getting a new hose.

Alternatively, use your hand to carefully feel along the length of the hose. You are sure to feel a slight breeze where air is being drawn in. Tiny holes are difficult to find so some patience is called for. Once you have detected the problem area, you can proceed to repair. Use duct tape to seal the hole. If the hole is too large you are better off getting a new hose.

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