Question about Vacuums
The power lead into the back of the appliance has a loose connection. I need a break down of the vacuums construction so that I can open it up without breaking any parts. Any ideas?
They're very robust you know, if its an upright, start with the screws at the bottem plate unless there's aa way of accessing the cable from the handle, on a cylinder just undo the hefty Philips screws, i don,t think you need a manual, just keep it all tidy and set out your parts on a nice best table cloth in order of removel, wish i was there with you Joe, good luck , the Yeti
Posted on May 20, 2009
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