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Electrolux renaissance power hose

The hose was crimped at the canister end. I removed it; cut the hose back and (like a dummy) didn't make note of how the 2 black and 2 gray wires should be re-connected. Can anyone tell me the orientation?

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    electrolux twin clean Hi I have an Electrolux twinclean which stops comptely when you disconnect the extension nozzle from the handle and sort of cuts out. If you leave it for about 2 hours you can turn it back on. It wont go back on in less than about 2-3 hours which seems strange if its a reset switch of somekind?Today I didn't even disconnect it it just cut out when I tried to drag it a little by the hose...maybe a short in the hose is causing it to trip a safty type switch in the unit? Is there any safety switch in the unit that does this? tnx

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    There are 2 hose connections

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If the wires power a motor then it shouldn't actually matter as the motor is AC which has no polarity.

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