Are you currently experiencing any problems with your vacuum cleaner? Just like any other electrical appliances vacuum cleaner can work perfectly for dozens of years without any problems,but eventually it will stop working some day.
IS IT WORTH IT?
Bring it in to the professionals. Ace Vacuums offers fast, affordable, and knowledgable vacuum repairin our Fairfax and Loudoun County locations in Northern Virginia. We are proud to be your local vacuum repair shop with factory authorized warranty support and service center for Miele,Simplicity,Dyson, Sebo, Kirby, Kenmore, Shark,Bissell, Riccar, iRobot, IQAir,Hoover, Royal, Dirt Devil and many more.Our technicians are trainedand able to do high quality in-store repairs on all makes and models of household and commercial vacuums from changing a belt, replacing cords to extensive motor work. Learn why you have a burning smell, excessive noise or loss of suction and much more. Here at Ace Vacuums our experts are happy to check your machine and give you a price estimate of repair while you wait. Most common repairs are inexpensive, so have your vacuum repaired and running like new in no time at all, ready to withstand many more years of cleaning.
No service or repairs proceed until authorization is received from the owner.
____________________List of Repairs____________________
Vacuum belt repair or replacement Vacuum roller brush repair or replacement Filter replacements Vacuum clog/loss of suction repair Vacuum hose repair or replacement Cord or electrical problem repair or replacement
Motor Replacements and Service Vacuum replacement parts Vacuum maintenance
Full Repair Service Includes the Following:
DEODORIZE, SANITIZE & HAND POLISHING TO LIKE NEW CONDITION
Check Belt-Replace if necessary
Check Agitator Brushes-Replace if necessary
Disassemble,Clean,and Grease Agitator
Check Electrical System
Check Outer Bag (uprights only)
Check Motor Bearings
Clean and Grease Motor Bearings if necessary
Check Motor Brushes
Check Armature and Field
Check Motors Fan System
Lube All Moving Parts
Replace Paper Bag
Service also includes inspection of :
BELT(S) PULLEY & ROLLER BRUSH (LUBRICATE & CLEAN)
HANDLE GRIP & CONNECTIONS (TIGHTEN IF NECESSARY)
FILTERS & FILTER SCREEN
SEALS & GASKETS
ELECTRICAL WIRING & LIGHT BULB
MOTOR FOR WEAR &ELECTRICAL SOUNDNESS
CORD HOOKS & CORD REEL
HOSE FOR STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY
WHEELS FOR PROPER OPERATIONS (LUBRICATE IF NECESSARY)
AIR FLOW COMPONENTS & BAG CHAMBER
( PARTS ARE EXTRA IF NECESSARY)
ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED-PARTS ADDITIONAL
Ace Vacuums has a large selection of vacuum parts and supplies available including bags, belts, filters, and accessories.
f your vacuum cleaner isn't picking up dirt very well, you might be able to improve its performance simply by changing the bag. The process must be done carefully to reduce the chance of making a mess and to ensure that the vacuum cleaner continues to operate efficiently. If you want to learn how to change a bag on a vacuum cleaner, follow these tips.
Unplug the vacuum cleaner. You don't want to accidentally turn the appliance on while you're replacing the bag. If you do, you'll be spreading dirt you've already vacuumed up. You'll have to vacuum up the mess, and you'll still have to replace the bag.
Examine the bag while it's attached to thevacuum cleaner. If the bag is more than half full or is bulging at its base, it's probably time to replace it. Newer units may have an indicator light that illuminates when the bag is full. A full bag tends to recirculate old dirt inside the system, making it harder to pick up debris inside your carpet. The position of the bag depends largely on the type of vacuum cleaner.
Upright vacuum cleaners: Most uprights carry the bag inside a zipped pouch that is attached to the appliance's handle. Unzip the pouch to access the bag.
Canister vacuum cleaners and shop vacs: The bag in each of these models is usually inside the plastic body of the appliance, which is separated from the hose and powerhead attachment. Release latch along the front or back edge of the vacuum cleaner to open the unit and access. With some shop vacs, you might have to remove the hose from the base before opening the appliance.
Most models will have a spring holding the top of the bag in place inside the unit. Guide the spring upward until the top of the bag is free.
Hold the top of the bag and gently pull it off the vacuum line. Be careful to hold the bag along its cardboard top, where the hole for the vacuum line goes in. Otherwise, its contents can easily spill.
Gently pull the bag out of its plastic housing. Release the latch that holds the bag in place and lift the bag straight out.
Slide the new bag into the plastic housing. Make sure the bag is sitting in the proper position, with the top in line with the vacuum line. Adjust the bottom of the bag in the housing so dirt can collect properly.
Lock the bag in place by depressing the latch.
On units with a spring bag holder, place the top of the bag around the vacuum line and guide the spring downward. Make sure the spring is at least 1/2 inch (1.27 cm) from the top of the bag, holding it firmly in place.
On many canister vacuum cleaners and shop vacs, simply close the unit when you've replaced the bag. Reattach the hose. The hose will have a male end that goes into the bag securely.
Most new vacuum cleaners have filters that help trap fine particles. Consider replacing your vacuum cleaner filter periodically.
Under normal conditions, you should change a bag about once a month. If you have children and pets, like dogs and cats, you might have to change your vacuum cleaner bag more frequently.
Consider buying a bin vacuum. With these types, the dirt collects in a plastic receptacle instead of a bag. Bin vacuum cleaners tend to cost more, but you won't have to buy new bags every few months. Emptying them also is much easier.
Make sure you match your vacuum cleaner bags to your model. Bags are given a letter designation based on the size and type (upright, canister, hand-held, etc.) of appliance.