Question about Genie Company GV150 Wet/Dry Vacuum
I need to take vac apart to repair on/off switch not sure how to dissasemble it. model PR0600Q
I just did this. There are a lot of screws involved - mostly Phillips. I did run into a couple odd ones - probably there to protect idiots from themselves. One of the odd ones I eventually got, the other I drilled out. The connector on my switch came off, simple fix. I put 'Great Stuff' on the wire to hold it in place so that this did not happen again.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Take the top part off and look at it. there should be some screws around the circumference of the top holding the upper part. remove these screws and the motor/switch section should come off. You'll probably find more screws holding everything else together. the switch fits into an all plastic holder and is more than likely a slide switch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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