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Replace power cord on Hoover windtunnel vacumm


There are many different models of Hoover Windtunnel so I can't be specific to your model, you will need to determine where the cord enters the unit and how to gain access to the internal wiring. Disconnect the old cord and attach the new cord using the proper connectors.

Apr 02, 2017 | Hoover Vacuums

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Hoover U5465-900 Power Cord Replacement


hello,
Please checck out the following link for finding the manual of ur device!!...Im sure you can find a manual there!..


http://www.hoover.com/CustomerService/Manuals/Default.aspx


Please post back for how things turned or for further assistance..Thank you!!...

Regards!!!...

Jul 30, 2008 | Hoover U6437-900 / U6439-900 Windtunnel...

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Hoover S3765


If you light and nozzle motor both go off at the same time, you might have a bad power cord. Mine had this problem which I could verify by jiggling/twisting the cord near the strain relief on the nozzle. It would go on and off as I did this. The cord is cheap to replace, around $13 for the part shipped. Part number is 59134072.

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How do I get the u5290-900 apart far enough to remove old power cord and plug in a new one?


First you need to remove the Dirt Cup followed by the front cover / handle. Page 4 1-6 of the PDF Manual below shows how to do this.

http://static.fixya.com/Manuals/H/Hoover/5288_900_prg_B4F5E4DE0DB02590E2525C367EFB5C4C.pdf

This should then give you access to remove the internal cover and replace your cable.

Jun 26, 2011 | Hoover U5290-900 Upright Vacuum

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How do you change the power cord on the Hoover u5475-900 Wind Tunnel 6200? Thanks for your help.


This procedure worked for replacing the cord on my Hoover U6425-900. At a minimum, you will need a number 2 Phillips screwdriver, wire cutter, and two electrical wire nuts and electrical tape. Remove the accessory tools from the storage compartment. Remove two screws, these are recessed. Remove the cover from the bag compartment, remove two screws located at top corners of bag compartment. You may have to open the side filter door but the accessory tool storage compartment should be free at this point and can be removed. You should see the power cord and related wiring. If you have a digital camera you could take a photo at this point in case you need a point of reference. Make note of the power cord strain relief routing and length of wire. Too much wire will make reattaching the storage compartment difficult and the routing prevents the cord from being pulled out.
On my model the wiring colors were purple, orange and white. My replacement cord had black and white wires. The orange wire will not be involved in cord replacement. Using the wire cutters clip the purple wire about three inches back from the existing terminal. If present, clip the two nylon wire ties and discard. The white wire will have a crimped on wire connector. Clip the white wire about three inches back from the existing wire connector. The old power cord can be removed by pulling it out from the rear, it should just slide out of the rubber insulating boot. If not use a set of pliers and crimp the boot from the wiring side and push it outside the vacuum housing. If you have to do this make sure you slip the boot over the replacement cord before you insert the new cord back into the vacuum housing. Remove about a half inch of insulation from the purple and white wires and from your replacement cord unless it was supplied with insulation already removed. Use new wire nuts and connect the white wires. Use the other wire nut and connect the purple wire to the remaining new power cord wire. Use some electrical tape and wrap the nuts to the wires a couple of times so they won't loosen. Make sure you route the power cord around the posts as this is the strain relief and prevents the cord from being pulled out. Reassemble and test.




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Hoover S3590 Bagged Canister Vacuum power issue


The problem you are describing sounds like to be electrical in the cord reel. I would take it to a repair shop for estimate, sometimes these can be repaired rather than replaced. If under warranty, I would definitely take it in.

Mar 21, 2009 | Hoover S3590 Bagged Canister Vacuum

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Replacing a fraayed and twisted power cord on a Hoover windtunnel upright


ok so I took this vaccum apart completely except for the electrical and motor systems. It seems to me that without dismantling both of these systems on the vaccum you can't replace the power cord. And I wouldn't recommend taking them apart unless you know what you are doing since replacing the power cord seems to require cutting the old power cord and soldering the new one onto the old terminals. All in all its probably easier to get a new vaccum altogether.

Dec 13, 2007 | Hoover U6616-900 WindTunnel Bagless...

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Repplacing power cord on Hoover Wind tunnel (not self propelled)


Hi
This is HARD and you NEED electrical knowledge and IF NOT UP TO IT YOU COULD CAUSE PROBLEMS TO YOUR SELF AND OTHERS.
You do not say what the problem is with the cord.If is it damaged then it needs to be replaced with a new one.and then above applies.
Take Care as to what you do.
SAFETY FIRST---ALWAYS
Hope this helps
Jay

Nov 17, 2007 | Hoover U6437-900 / U6439-900 Windtunnel...

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