Question about Hoover S3614 Vacuum
Well, you have to deal with it, you have to play with this electrical things if you want to fix this problems.
The good news is, the sources of the problems is the switch already broken.The first things before you do anything is, find this switch on the market first to changes the old ones.Then, remove the power cord from the outlet of course.
After have it, then you must open the old switch, and remove it from the unit by cutting the cables using cutter/ pliers or anything.But remember, you must remember the locations of each cable that been cut, you can use Camera Cellphone to make sure of it if you like.
Then put the cables back together with the new switch, after all done, clean all the mess and try operate it.
Hope it works!!!
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
Testimonial: "I got into the switch area and found that it has a clip at the end. I reset the switch and it's working better. I'm sure I need to replace soon. Thx!"
it over, remove the plate over the brush roll, remove the cover over
the intake hose. There are two screws, one on each site, remove it and, using a flat blade, there is a slot on each side, from the bottom,
push it in to release it and then the top will come off.
here can find some similar guide (with pics): t3681318-expose_switch_test
Also, here could find additional and generic details: replace-upright-vacuum-cleaner-belt.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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