For starters, my problem is with a Model E - I don't own an Electrolus Ultraluz 2000.
The wires are all disconnected from the switch and each other and I need to know how to reattach:
- The two black wires that go to the motor and or brushes/field coils.
- The black and red wired that come from what I think is a capacitor.
I have the two pole switch and a two wire power cord.
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on the side of the vacuum there are rubber guards.These slide off....pull them off with a pair of needle nose.pull the slides off from the front. then open the front cover,at the bottom there are a couple little "nibs" that hold front off..Gently put a flat screw driver in and pull up..The machine will then be readt to open.best way is to put machine upside down and take the bottom off...
Looks like there's an interchanged wires in your vacuum. Both the motor and the powerhead must go together. Check it up. Leave the motor wiring connection intact. Just tinker and check the powerhead wiring connection .
i have a 1998 chrysler sebring convertible stop starting by the ignition switch,we changed starter,ignition switch been changed,changed starter relay,trace the wire haven't found a broke are burned place in it,checked igniton fuse its good,didn't see a linkable fuse
Open the door to remove the bag. Pull the side bumpers forward when the door is open. The profile of the edge of the top and the bottom of the vacum body is a "L" shape. The cross section of the bumper is a "I" and that holds the body together. Carefully lift up the top just a little to free the plastic end cap that conceals the cord spool. There are two plastic pins on the top and bottom that hold this piece on and they frequently get broken. (If that happens repair shops drill and hole and insert a screw.) There is a plastic protector plate that lifts up on either end and then is slid about 1/8th inch clockwise and then up. Copy the wiring pattern on the four male connectors on the motor and the wire spool. Post your wiring diagram and it will solve a lot of people's problem trying to reassemble this machine's -- including mine.