Question about Miele Red Star Bagged Canister Vacuum
My vacuum would not turn on because the cord winder had slipped and the electrical connection was not complete. I took the winder apart and repositioned it and then it would turn on, but the cord did not wind all of the way up. When I re-wound the cord so that it was cocked to pull the cord all of the way in, but then the spring exploded out. I keep re-winding the spring but it keeps slipping. Have I lost a part or am I missing a step in my reassembly?
Most times you will have to replace the cord rewind. Sometimes just the cord, but usually there is a problem with thr reel contacts. But now that the spring has unwound, you will have to replace it. You will need model number rather then Red Star.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
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