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Electrical connection to Eureka Powerhead.

Eureka powerhead for central vac. At the powerhead end of the hose is a plastic handle. Inside this handle is the end of the hose with connections for the wires that turn on the central vac and powerhead brush. The connections are made via 4 metal rings that slip over the 4 wires, each ring separated with a plastic ring. The end ring (nearest the end of the hose) will slide off of the wire with the slightest jar. How do I “fix” this ring inplace, but not permanently (glue) incase future repair is needed? Thanks.

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Call an Aerus Electrolux dealer in your area.

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Open up the power head and check the toothed corners where the power head sits - it sounds like thread has caught up at the sides which can only be removed by opening up the powerhead to clean it.

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If the motor is NOT running - press the red button on the nozzle (assuming you have the model with the button on the nozzle)
If it stops working as soon as you release the button - you need a new circuit breaker. If Motor in the nozzle works but brush does not spin - you have to replace the belt.

Good Luck

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a hoover celebrity QS wuith the power head.

You have done very well keeping this appliance working since 1975!!!
Lucky you!
I'm not certain you would be able to get replacement parts for this model any longer,
Maybe you will just have to continue with the powerhead only.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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