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What Are The Most Common Ducted Parts That Need To Be Replaced?

These are the Ducted Vacuum Parts that we usually see broken the most

Ducted vacuum hoses generally need replacing due to kinking and twisting, which can be avoided by using a vacuum hose wall hanger for storage.
Ducted vacuum heads may need replacing due to rust, worn-out brushes, or damage from hitting skirting boards and furniture.
Telescopic rods in ducted vacuums can break at the locking mechanism due to excessive force, and may need to be replaced as a result.
Ducted vacuum bags should be changed every 4-6 months in the average household to ensure optimal performance.
Ducted vacuum filters should be changed every 3-5 years to prevent the machine from failing. Neglecting this maintenance can shorten the lifespan of the vacuum.
Wall inlets for ducted vacuums can break due to general wear and tear or improper connecting and disconnecting of the hoses.
The average lifespan of a ducted vacuum motor is 5-7 years, but high-quality builds can last up to 25-30 years. Proper maintenance, including regular bag and filter changes, can extend the life of the motor.
Ducted vacuum circuit boards usually last for the same duration as the motor, acting as the “brain” of the unit. Proper maintenance can help extend the life of the circuit board.

How do I know which ducted vacuum parts I need?

If you’re having issues with your ducted vacuum and aren’t sure which parts you need to fix it, first, find the issue you are experiencing with your vacuum:

If the vacuum is not turning on, you might need to check the motor or circuit board
If the suction is weak, you may need to replace the bag or filter and so on…

If you’re stuck you can speak to our team of experts 07 3245 1613 and as the largest stockists of Ducted Vacuum Accessories Queensland, we’re sure we can help you out.