Kirby Vacuum Locations & Hours Near Clarksville, TN -
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  • 1.Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Sls & Svc

    601 Kraft St Ste 105


    0.79 mi

  • 2.Kirby Service & Supplies

    601 Kraft St


    0.79 mi

  • 3.Kirby Co

    4548 Old Columbia Rd


    20.98 mi

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By: Rocky G.
C-Ron's Vacuum & Appliance
Known this place for years. He will repair it within a few hours, if he already has the part there. He also sells metal detectors and knows the hobby better then most. Ron works for his customers and that's why they always come back. Reliable and fast service. Nobody can touch him on price or service.
By: ashleyr61892
C-Ron's Vacuum & Appliance
I needed my dyson worked on. Brought it back home it was missing a vital piece. It was the piece that held the hose and wand together... Needless to say I was mad. Then he told me they didn't make the pieces for that model anymore. FYI they do! On top of that the part he worked on only worked one time. Now it's broken again!!! So angry! The prices was good, but you get what you pay for, I guess.
By: travistarpy
Clarksville Vacuum LLC
Excellent business, fast turnaround time.Affordable service prices. Only $29 to service a Kirby.WOW!!!!
Tips & Advices
The most common vacuum cleaner problem is lack of suction. Other frequent problems include a burning smell (usually a problem with the brush roll or the belt connecting it to the motor), excessive noise, unusual vibrations when starting, and the always-popular brush roll not rolling. Most of these are easy fixes and can be as simple as switching out the bag.
It’s time to replace the vacuum bag is when the vacuum’s performance is dropping. A full bag reduces a vacuum's ability to remove more dirt and debris--because there is nowhere to store it anymore. You might also notice less suction and more debris coming out of the vacuum.
The biggest benefit of bagless vacuums is not buying replacement bags (you just saved money!)But they tend to have more filters (HEPA filters) that need to be periodically removed and cleaned, so there’s more maintenance.
The most frequent causes of loss of suction in a vacuum cleaner is filter blockage and a clogged hose. These are usually easy fixes you can do yourself. If the motor has failed, however, that is a much larger problem that will require a technician or a new vacuum.
If a customer cannot find or does not have the owner's manual for his or her vacuum cleaner, it can usually be found online on the manufacturer's website.

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