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Wheel support to heater cracked in half.

Wheel bracket cracked in the underneath the bracket rib area.

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  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    Hey, I just discovered the heater in my daughter's room with the same problem. Of course, she has no idea how it happened. Anyway, I submitted this problem to Delonghi's customer support, I'll repost if they respond.


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I have had the same problem, did you get a solution??? Do I need to buy the foot and the caster?

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Not picking up? Usually caused by a clogged vacuum line/filter or full bag. First, check your filters/bag for capacity. Next, inspect the ribbed hose. If it's heavier than normal, your clog is probably in there. You can clear it by gently squeezing to find the foreign body that has likely become wedged into the ribbing, and while squeezing, apply a twist to dislodged it from the ribs. Then shake it gently to allow the clog to fall out into a dust pan or trash can. If the hose is lite, it's likely a foreign body lodged into the tube of the lower housing where the wheel brush forces it up the curved tube with the air vacuum before it reaches the flexible hose. You should be able to clear this by disconnecting the hose from the lower housing, possibly removing a lower faceplate from the wheel brush area, and fish a coat hanger or other flexible but rigid object through the tube to dislodge the debris.

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