Question about Rainbow E series Canister Wet/Dry Vacuum
The caddy ears are spot molded onto the bracket but if they break, they have two studs that you can use screws to install back on. If you can't find screws to work, call us and we can ship them to you....www.rainvac.com
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no reset button, but some of those old switches are very touchy . . . if there was some
corrosion, you may not have a good contact (was enough of the new wire insulation stripped away, before putting it into the switch) . . .
I prefer splicing, rather than going all the way to the switch . . its just a matter of cutting out the old cord and splicing in the new cord in a convenient spot up in the motor compartment. . . a Rainbow purist would run the new cord all the way up into the power on/off rocker switch that's built into the top of the handle and then wire the new cord in there, directly at the switch . . . that way means no splicing . . . I've done it both ways, but I prefer to splice and use wire connectors inside the motor compartment . . . because going further, all the way up directly into the on/off switch just to avoid splicing the new cord in requires taking more things apart . . . and risks screwing up the power switch . . . that's not worth the extra time and trouble, IMHO. (This from someone who has dismantled and refurbished over 200 D4C and SE models)
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
you have to splice them. Use crimp-on wire connectors (best), or threaded twist-on wire connectors. Do NOT just twist wire strands together and tape wires without using wire connectors . . . that is a NO-NO.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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