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Electrolux Renaissance parts needed
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Post# 379443   10/8/2017 at 18:29 by KirbyCollector (Columbus Ohio USA)        

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Hello, I have an Electrolux renaissance. It has the power nozzle and wands. It also has the foldable upholstery tool. Itís missing the hose, crevice tool, and dusting brush.
I am trying to find the missing parts cheap.
Let me know if anyone has any of these available.

Thank you





Post# 379569 , Reply# 1   10/11/2017 at 10:53 by human (Pines of Carolina)        

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These parts are easy pickings on eBay. The crevice tool is the easiest and cheapest part in that most generic ones will fit. You may even be able to find loose accessories of this sort at a thrift shop for next to nothing.

With a little patience and persistence, you can pick up a used electrified hose for around $25 to $40. Just be sure you get one with the proper machine end for your cleaner. There have been a couple of different variations over the years. You might want to start by doing a search for Electrolux Renaissance vacuums and examine the photos of the hoses to see what the end you need looks like.

The "foldable upholstery tool" you mention should be two-sided with the dusting brush on one end and the folding upholstery tool on the other (see link below). It sounds like yours may missing the bristles. As with the crevice tools, these brushes can be had pretty cheaply on eBay. Not too long ago, I picked up a generic combo upholstery tool/dusting dusting brush, which works just as well as the original, for around $5. Genuine Electrolux brushes will likely cost a bit more. In looking up the URL below, I also saw a listing for both the crevice tool and the combo brush for $20 plus shipping.

Happy hunting!


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