Vacuum Cleaner Parts and Resources
- Parts for your vacuum cleaner
- Part pictures for your vacuum cleaner
- Information on how vacuum cleaner works
- Diagnostic guidance in figuring out what is wrong with your vacuum cleaner
- Email service to technical experts for help with your specific vacuum cleaner problem
- Maintenance tips for your vacuum cleaner
- Graphics and videos to help you locate your vacuum cleaner model number
- Recall information for your vacuum cleaner
Vacuum Cleaner Model Number Finder
The best way to locate the correct part for the type and brand of your vacuum cleaner, is to find the correct model number on your appliance.
If you are unsure how to find the model number on your vacuum cleaner, here is a suggestion on where to look.Where is my Vacuum Model Number? Upright
Upright Vacuum Cleaner
- On Lower Rear of your Upright Vacuum Cleaner
- On Upper Base of your Upright Vacuum Cleaner
- On Rear of Base of your Upright Vacuum Cleaner
Where is my Vacuum Cleaner Model Number? Central
Central Vacuum Cleaner:
- On Top of your Central Vacuum Cleaner
- On the Side of your Central Vacuum Cleaner
- On the Bottom of your Central Vacuum Cleaner
- Under the Sweeper of your Central Vacuum Cleaner
Where is my Vacuum Cleaner Model Number? Canister
Canister Vacuum Cleaner
- Outside Housing of your Canister Vacuum Cleaner
- Inside Housing of your Canister Vacuum Cleaner
Most Commonly Replaced Vacuum Cleaner Parts
Vacuum Cleaner Belt – Round Belt, Wind Tunnel self propelledVacuum Cleaner Belt
Vacuum Cleaner Bags – for most types and brands of vacuumVacuum Cleaner Bags
Vacuum Cleaner Brushroll – for most types and brands of vacuumVacuum Cleaner Brushroll
Vacuum Cleaner Attachments – wand, brush, nozzle, etc.Vacuum Cleaner Attachments
Vacuum Cleaner Air Filter – for most types and brands of vacuumVacuum Cleaner Air Filter
Vacuum Cleaner Maintenance Tips
- Check the dust bag on your vacuum cleaner regularly and replace the bag whenever it is full.
- When replacing the vacuum bag, attach the new bag tightly and securely, with clips or holders correctly placed.
- Frequently empty the dust bin on vacuum cleaners that don’t have bags.
- Clean the brushroll on your vacuum cleaner often, and replace whenever needed.
- Regularly clean and lubricate the bearings on the vacuum cleaner brush roll.
- Check vacuum cleaner belt for signs of wear and tear and replace when needed.
- Remove accumulated dirt and debris from air passages, brush roll housing and other places on your vacuum cleaner.
- Clean or replace filters on your vacuum cleaner regularly.
- Check hoses, tubes or fittings on your vacuum for obstructing debris.