There are tons of different Kirby vacuum parts.
The most common parts include belts, hoses, fans, cords, brush rollers, bags, switches and wands.
In the event you need a replacement part for your Kirby vacuum, you have several different options.
This is a fast and easy way to get the Kirby vacuum parts you need.
Before you just fork over your money to the first website you find, I recommend you check out a couple different websites and price shop.
The prices can vary significantly, so if you shop around you can really save some money.
Another great option to get parts for your old Kirby vacuum is to contact your local Kirby distributor.
If you do not have a local distributor, you can call the company and they will help you find a distributor.
When you talk with the distributor, ask for a discount.
They might just give you a deal!
You never know if you don’t ask.
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You can also check eBay or Amazon for parts.
Sometimes you can find a really good deal on a used or new part on eBay.
Some people take apart the vacuums and sell the parts piece by piece to make a good profit.
The inventory on eBay changes daily, so check back often.
Although Kirby vacuums do have a long life-span, things do break from time to time.
Obviously, it’s much cheaper to replace a part or two, compared to buying a whole new vacuum.
Another key thing to check is to find out if your vacuum is still under warranty.
If it is, contact the company and see if they will resolve the issue free of charge, before you spend your own money.
When people call you, you can offer to buy their old vacuum for a reasonable cost.
At that point, you can strip down the vacuum and sell it for parts.
Or, you can repair it and sell it as is.
I found several people on eBay who were doing this.
After all, people do this with vehicles and other types of equipment (power tools, four-wheelers, snowmobiles, etc.); so there’s no reason you can’t do this with Kirby vacuums.
Just food for thought.
In the event your vacuum breaks or needs a part replaced, you have plenty of options.
Your best bet is to contact the local distributor who sold you the vacuum.
If you can’t get in contact with them, you should call the corporate office to find another distributor.
And if that doesn’t work, you can simply do an Internet search to find a distributor or website that sells parts.
Just make sure you check to see if your vacuum is still under warranty first.
What are your thoughts?
Where do you get your own Kirby vacuum parts?
Leave a comment and let me know.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Disclaimer: Kirby is a registered trademark. I am not affiliated with the company in any way.