DIY Vacuum Cleaner Repair - Help & Advice
The cost of calling out an engineer for to repair your vacuum cleaner can often be very expensive and in most cases simple faults can be repaired yourself saving you literally hundreds of pounds. Of course, you should know your own capabilities but with our help articles and videos the mystery surrounding vacuum cleaner repairs will be solved. Replacing a motor for instance will give you a great sense of achievement and at the same time save you loads of money! Safety is paramount – so please read our safety guide before you attempt any repair yourself. Take a look at all of our vacuum cleaner spares
Vacuum Cleaner Repair Safety:
Remember before you attempt any repair on electrical items alway ensure that you have unplugged the appliance before you start - more information here
Watch kevin replace the vacuum cleaner motor in a Dyson DC14.
If you have a problem with your Henry Vacuum Cleaner and it needs repairing then this video should help you fix it!
Learn why it is important to use the genuine vacuum cleaner bags in your Henry vacuum cleaner.
If your motor is no longer turning round then the carbon brushes might need replacing. Watch our video on how to carry out this repair.
Learn the difference between aluminium tubes and stainless steel tubes - we also show you how to fit a new Henry hose.
Find out the difference between the 2 most popular Henry Vacuum Cleaner floor tools.
Watch how to replace the PCB on your Henry Vacuum Cleaner.
If your Henry Vacuum cleaner has lost it's suction then watch this video on how to fix it!
Video on how to replace the power cable and contacts on a Henry Vacuum Cleaner.
If the switch on your Henry Vacuum Cleaner needs replacing then take a look at this video on how to fit a new one!
By Lee Gilbert