Question about Vacuums
There is a small groove in the end of the stud on the vacuum that the wheel fell off of.
Slide the wheel back on the stud, put the washer on then put the ends of the half clip in the grove on the stud pushing on the back of the clip with a small screwdriver on the clip to lock it back in the groove. The old parts may be still in the wheel if it rattles. There should be a plastic cap on the wheel like a little hubcap, pry it off with a screwdriver carefully so you can put it back on after the clip.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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