Thread Number: 18732
Panasonic/Sears Kenmore: Cyclonic mechanism
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Post# 206019   11/6/2012 at 18:53 (2,709 days old) by LillyLux (Oklahoma City)        

Hi space age vacuum people! :) I am usually on the vintage thread but I need your guidance. I am rebuilding for a friend a Kenmore upright vacuum cleaner that is manufactured by Panasonic for Sears/Kenmore. The machine has a rotating brush device that turns and in so doing removes dust as it is "bagged" in the cyclonic mechanism. The problem I am having is that the cyclonic brush will not rotate freely, but instead it rotates, speeds up, and then goes "clunk" and stops briefly and starts turning again. I have cleaned the foam sponge secondary filter I am guessing, and there seems to be adequate suction. Can someone walk me through this or have ideas pertaining to it. The machine is from the late nineties I am told.
Thank you!
Nina





Post# 206035 , Reply# 1   11/6/2012 at 20:24 (2,709 days old) by vacuumdude (Spokane WA)        
got a picture of it it i might be able to help

get a picture up and i might be able to help :)




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