Eureka 5849A Boss Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum\015 HELP?My wife’s Eureka 5855 “The Boss” 12 amp Wide-track Bagless Upright vacuum cleaner shut down the last it was being used… just as if someone pulled the plugIs there a fuse or internal breaker that can blow or snap off?If so, where is it located? How to get at it? Etc., etc.RM\015

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Inspect the belt to see if it is broken, stretched out, or out of place. If the drive belt is broken or stretched out, replace it. If the brushroll is sticking, it will cause too much friction and put too much strain on the belt. Remove the brushroll and clean all hair, string, and lint from the brushroll bearings.
First, test the power switch for continuity to ensure that the brushroll motor is getting power. If the power switch has continuity, ensure that the motor turns freely and is clear of obstructions. If power is getting to the motor, and the motor turns freely, but the motor still won`t run the motor is likely defective.
To reset the thermostat, press the vacuum`s power button into off position and unplug the vacuum. Check the vacuum for potential causes of overheating, such as clogs or a full dust cup, and allow the vacuum to set and cool off for 30 minutes before turning it back on.
Overheating usually occurs because the dust bag has not been emptied, filter has not been cleaned or there is a blockage in the floor tool, wand or bent hand piece. If your vacuum shuts down unexpectedly, make sure you turn the vacuum off and unplug it from the wall socket.
The brush roll or its bearings may be clogged with hair, threads or dirt. Make sure they are clean and the roll spins. The belt may also have slipped because it was loose. Check the fit of the new belt when it is installed.
Most cases of a jammed or stuck brush bar are quick and easy to fix, simply pulling the debris gently from the brush bar. Alternatively, if you need to clear a problematic blockage, you can take the brush bar out of the housing easily, for quick maintenance.
Introduction. This guide walks you through removing the Eureka SuctionSeal 2.0 Pet vacuum`s thermal fuse. You may find this guide useful if your vacuum isn`t starting and you have already tried resetting the thermal fuse.
Durable – Vacuums made by Eureka are known to last for many years, maintaining the same level of quality cleaning power as the day they were first put into use.
Factory reset on a Wi-Fi Connected Roomba® and Braava jet®

e Series Robots: Press and Hold the Home and Spot Clean and CLEAN button down for 20 seconds then release. 900 Series Robots: Press and Hold the Dock and Spot Clean and CLEAN button down until all LEDs illuminate.

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My wife’s Eureka 5855 Boss Bagless Wide Track stopped running
ANSWER : Its probably something in the motor. you may have to replace the motor which could cost around $50.

When I sart to run my bagless vacuum, it runs for a second and then shuts off. I replaced the belt and the filter. The repairman told me that on bagless vaccuums, the motor and bearings get clogged w
ANSWER : Take the brush roller off and on the ends are the bearing caps.try to take those off and clean the bearings ,carpet strands and hair will cause that.after you do that make sure the roller turns freely if not then the bearings might be bad and if thats the case you might have to order a new brush rollersome bearing caps unscrew and others pull off

Looking for Eureka belt 70646A for a Eureka The Boss upright
ANSWER : I just replaced the belt on my Eureka The Boss Smart Vac (Model 4870D). I purchased a namebrand Eureka R belt from a local vendor. I did my best to follow the instructions printed on the bottom of the machine. I turned on the vacuum cleaner and the belt brush was spinning! I dropped it into vacuuming floor mode and the belt wouldn’t spin no matter what level I put it on.
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.I called the manufacturer (1-800-282-2886) and spoke with a very nice woman on the phone. While I was speaking with her I noticed that a silver screw was lodged within the “brush roll control” yellow selector switch. With some shaking it became dislodged and I was able to put the “brush roll control” into the hard floors setting and turn the “carpet height adjustment” all the way to the right, so that it was facing the word “low.” I then followed the instructions for replacing the belt again.. (1) remove base plate (2) remove brush roll (3) place new belt around motor shaft and then around brush roll (4) insert left side of brush roll before right side (5) rotate brush roll to be sure belt is centered (6) replace base plate, making sure to insert under 4 little tabs before securing with screws.
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.It appears that it is very important that the carpet height and brush control adjustment are set to their highest point possible (hardwood setting) in order to get the brush to roll in a carpet setting.
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.″R” is the correct belt for the 4870 and should be correct for all other 4800 models.
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.Thank you for posting your problem to this website. If I hadn’t seen that others were having trouble, I would have just given up. I hope this long post helps someone that was in my situation.

Eureka the Boss bagless
ANSWER : Sounds like you have a clog somewhere. Check the filter inside the dust compartment, if is very dirty it won’t allow ait to flow thru, Part #62132, DCF-H filter. Check the hose, take it off if you can and drop something in it to see if it comes out the other end, if it doesn’t, then the hose is clogged. Check bown by the brush roll, the inlet may be plugged. Also if the belt is more then say 6 months old, you may want to replace it, I am sure it is strertched, part #61120B, extended life belt.

My Discovery 4210 Roomba will run normally for about 20 minutes on a smooth, wooden floor. It then begins the following sequence: run forward a few inches, turn in a tight counter-clockwise circle a few revolutions, stop, power off a few seconds, power up, repeat cycle from forward run. The sequence can be repeated seemingly endlessly if I don’t turn off the power manually. I’ve replaced the motor, and led revolution sensor system on the left drive wheel. I’ve blown the dust out of everywhere. A
ANSWER : This robot vacuum has a electronic micro processor that controls the unit and tells it how to operate and where to go based on programmed parameters. It’s quite a technical marvel. I have dropped a link here for contacting the company tech support line. They will be able to find a replacement part or give you the correct solution to the misbehavior of the machine.

Go here:

http://homesupport.irobot.com/cgi-bin/irobot_homesupport.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php?p_subject=Side%20wheel%20error%20message%20persists%20after%20troubleshooting%20-%20FAQ%20498&prod_lvl1=788&p_prods=788&p_pv=1.788

Press the power button on – good got a green light (new battery)
press the clean button – got a green light

iRobot runs for a couple of seconds and stops, then starts, then stops. After two or three times I now have a red light on for the Status.

All of the wheels seem to be clean. I used compressed air to clean the underside. But still have the start stop problem.

ANSWER : How many times does the red light blink before it pauses?

Stopped suddenly, won't start back – Eureka 5856BVZ Boss Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum
ANSWER : Your vacuum has an auto shut off when motor gets hot. It comes back on after 1 hour & is cooled down. While it is cooling down, you want to check the following; look for either a blockage in either the main hose, or lower hose, or just need to clean the dust cup foam & filter, & check the hepa filter on the side of the vacuum.

Stopped working The cleaner stopped working when my wife was using it there was a noise like a ‘phut’ and it stopped. There is evidence of some smoke damage inside but I can’t find any evidence of burning. Any ideas please?
ANSWER : This is a problem with your carbon brushes, remove old brushes, and check they have not become jammed in there brass sleaves, they are spring loaded.
If they are not jammed but less than 20mm new brushes are required, available from most good vacuum stores.
Before purchasing spin the motor, and feel that the copper commutator, where the brushes contact with, is not buckled (not even slightly)
NB Buy genuine Numatic they go back in better.
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