Question about Electrolux Vacuums
Need how in removing the motor.
I can't say exactly how to do this, but when you can't find the screws to take something apart, they are usually hidden by something else. You did good looking under the bottom cover, but what you're looking for is elsewhere. If there is a seam or line around the middle where it looks like two halves fit together and you can't find anymore screws, use a flat blade screwdriver and GENTLY start to pry them apart to see if they start to separate. If it doesn't give easily, don't force it. Many times a cover will snap into place and then is held secure by screws.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Take off the water tank. Remove the Four screwsthat will
separate the 2 pieces..
Remove the rubber seal, remove eight screw there .
Disconnect the wires to the motor, it should pull out. Replace motor, hook up the wires, screw it back together, glue the water seal back on.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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