Question about Kirby G6 Bagged Upright Vacuum
I have a G6 here that just stopped.
1) popped open the power cord cover & plugged in a standard heavy duty 'din' cord- still D.O.A. (It's own Pwr Cord had contiuity but did a double check anyway)
2) Dis-assmbled (needed a clean anyway) bench mounted motor & switch assembly with front activator button tape to 'on' position and held the 'boot link' slide in the forward position while cycling the on/off switch,- still did not start.
Question: IOs their any other test I should do before ordering a replacement power switch ?
You can look at the wiring diagram and try to figure out how to use a circuit tester to test the switch but I would just suggest just swapping it for a good one (always good to have one good switch for testing) and see if it solves the problem.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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