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Why do we need your model number?
Each product has a unique model number the same way your automobile has a unique make and model. Locating this number helps us provide you with the correct replacement parts and repair help for your specific product.

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How to Locate Your Eureka Model Number

Eureka model numbers include a model number and a type. You will need both to find the right parts for your Eureka vacuum. These numbers can include just numbers or a combination of numbers and letters. Type numbers will include a letter and a number separated by a dash.

When you search for a part, you will want to combine the model number and the letter from the type. For example, you would search for a 4703 (model) D-1 (type) as 4703D. And that’ll bring up all the parts you need to get your vacuum running again. You’ll most likely find this tag on the back or bottom of your vacuum.
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Eureka Knowledge Center

Sometimes vacuums break. Let’s face it, it’s just a fact of life. And when the belt snaps, or the cord becomes frayed, or even if you just need new bags, we have you covered. We stock a ton of Eureka spare parts, so you can spend less time waiting on an expensive repair shop, and more time getting your vacuum running again. Whether you need to replace the belt in your upright or fix the cord on your canister vacuum, we have the parts you need to keep your floors from getting completely out of control.

And we don’t stop there. Check out the links below for comprehensive vacuum how-to guides, including articles and videos on replacing belts and cords, and buying guides that will help you replace a vacuum that simply can’t be repaired--you should repair your vacuum if it’s possible, of course.
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Experts for a Century
Simply put, Eureka makes vacuums. They cover pretty much all the popular designs, including canister, upright, stick, and carpet cleaning designs. The company has been making vacuums for over 100 years.
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