Question about Shop Vac Vacuums
The model of it 92L625C looking for a place where i can buy the power switch for the shop vac vacuum
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power Switch
This is not that hard:
1. - remove gasket (it is glued so you may end up damaging it)
2. - remove 4 screws holding baffle
3. - under it you will see 4 more screws holding cap
4. - Four more screws and you will remove cap cover
5. - cut the cable tie, make a note how wires are connected, use flat screw driver to press on the latches holding the switch in while pushing onto the switch OUT. Tension will not let the latches pop back in.
6. - reassemble in the reverse order.
Switch - if you have old style switch installed you will need to push something into each hole next to the wires to release them. There is a cooper lip in each hole that you have to bend a bit to release each wire. Installing new style switch (with 4 wires) - attach one power cord wire to one blue switch wire and another to another blue switch wire. Attach one motor and one power nozzle cord receptacle wire to one black and another pair to another black wire.
Gasket - use weatherstripping glue to glue motor gasket back (you can get some in almost any automotive store)
Need parts - visit our store HERE.
No diagrams - sorry. It is Rexair, Inc. intellectual property and we can not use them...
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
I just picked up a similar model someone was throwing away. turns out there is a thermal fuse inside the motor housing that blew. I just need to find the values of the fuse and repalce with appropriate size. motor runs when fuse is bypassed.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Hi, I know on my Craftsman shop vac 2 different sizes of vacs that I use, I try and stick to the craftsman filters, but you can use other brands if they are not available or you want to save some ( $ ) ? As far as a manual for this vac, more then likely you will have to go to the maker and distributor as Sears, O.C.Hardware also sell there products. You may have to go with a manual that is the same peak H.P.and gallons that covers all different makes and models. Filter wise, make sure you have the right ones on or off when using the wet or dry pick-up settings.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
I was able to find the exploded part list view for this model on the following link to help in determining the part number for the switch.
The part number for the switch is 8231900 and I was able to find a number of sites that carried it ranging from $0.88 to $4.99. Then they tack on shipping which cost 10-15$ which is a rack it, however I had to get it so I ordered two switches using the following supplier.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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