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Re: Electrolux canister vacuum
Mmm cant find any info on this machine. Did you buy it in CAnada?
However. If you can find where the exhaust filter is, the bit where the air blows out, take off the cover and filter. If there is an exhuast blower it will be here. I have to say that of late Electrolux have done away with this on most machines
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Yes. It's located beneath the accessory caddy on the back of the vacuum. Press the release catch on the rear of the caddy, and lift off. Remove the afterfilter, and there's the blower.
You can find a manual for this machine, and others at:
Electrolux EL7020A Oxygen 3 Ultra Canister Vacuum Cleaner i have 2, 1powers up and all 3 lights flash change hoses from the good one that work fine and it still wont run and the three blue lights continue to flash and wont run
1 screw in the front, two in the blower port. take them out and the top bezel comes off. one screw in the bottom and two on the top. need a flat blade screw driver to pry out the cord reel. 4 screws holds the sheild of the reel. take them out and there is a snap ring that hold the reel on the shaft. the reel assembly and drum spring comes out at the same time. 3 screws on the bottom of the reel holding a metal plate and there is also snap ring hold the spring on the metal plate take that off and will expose the cord connection. unhook the the cord and untie the knot and replace the cord and reverse the process
http://geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=113654&thid=579130 Clog in handle/hose Posted by TCow on May 08, 2008 Small rubber ball got sucked up and is caught in the handle or hose. How can I take it part to remove the object? Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. in some cases the Electrolux handle will come apart but id not then I use a couple of methods, if you have another canister vacuum or shop vac then turn on the Electrolux and the other canister vacuum and try to pull the ball out one way or the other. Or you can use a wire coat hander and create a little hook on the end and insert it into the handle portion of the vacuum to see if you can pull out the ball or loosen it so that it will roll out. One other choice that id you have a long small broom handle the length of the hose or longer and then you can push the ball out but the handle has to be smaller than the size of the inside of the hose and also be VERY CAREFUL… because it is an electric hose and it is very expensive so if you cannot remove the small ball bring it to a local vacuum cleaner dealer or the absolute last resort is to replace the hose, but most clogs can be removed. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://electrolux.com/Customer Service1-800-896-9756 Electrolux Home Care Products – North America P.O. Box 3900Peoria, IL61612 Thanks, Don the Vac Man Go Ahead. Use Us.