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Hoover whirlwind vacuum...the front wheels have fallen off and not going back on, should i use glue to stick them back into the axle?

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cant help with manual but if i may why would u take it apart theres not much to service but to take the belt off turn the machine over and down by the roller there are a few screws take them out the cover should come off and thats it

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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Please be sure to unplug the vacuum before doing this. Pull the sides from top cover on the floor portion (Where the light is) and it pops right off. After the cover is off, step on the lever to tilt the handle back like you are going to sweep. Lay the handle all the way down to the floor to raise the bottom of the vacuum somewhat so you can reach under it. You should be able to push up on the front wheel assembly, it should be very loose. If you look on the top of the vacuum where you removed the cover you should see a clip that moves when you push up on the wheels. Carefully squeeze the clip to push it past the opening and the front wheel assembly should drop down to make removal possible. This works on the Breath Easy model.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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Yes it is the cam actuator spring. It keeps tension on the height adjustment wheels. Hope this helps.

Posted on May 06, 2011

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