Press Release: March 25, 2010
Very often, a breakdown in this essential piece of household equipment is a small matter of needing to replace a filter or lead or something similar, rather than resorting to dumping the whole machine and having to go the rounds of high street stores looking for a new one.
The task of fixing your vacuum cleaner is nowhere near as difficult as some might assume. Theres plenty of diagnostic advice on the website, and although anyone will tell you that its better to get any essential and reasonably expensive machine serviced regularly, when it does inevitably break down theres help available. In the current difficult economic climate, many owners of vacuum cleaners from cheaper models to the more expensive Dyson and Vax are making good use of websites like SpareSaverUSA to get their hands quickly on cheap parts and fix the machine themselves, rather than paying a third party to do a relatively simple job.
The SpareSaverUSA website is simplicity itself to use. All you do is click on the make of your machine, such as Dyson, and youll be instantly taken to a range of different models, all of them clearly illustrated. Once youve clicked on your particular model youll see what spare parts are currently in stock for it, and clicking on one of those in turn will take you to the ordering service.
If youre not sure what part you need, there is a helpful diagnostics facility, where you can trace the part required from a description of what the problem is. So for example if suction is weak, chances are youll need a new post motor filter, but the tips also suggest you give the pre motor filter a wash in soapy water first to see if that fixes the problem. It is not a case of hard selling so much as helping to solve your problems.
SpareSaverUSA also sells new vacuum cleaners at unbeatable prices if it turns out that you really do need a new one. Either way, this is a great place to start if your vacuum cleaner begins running into problems, and the price matching offer can only make it more popular.
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