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I has a dog chew on my cord.is .I'd like to fix it


If the bare wire is not showing, just wrap with black electric tape. If the bare wire is showing then
1. remove the insulation from the two wires about 1 inch on each side of the cut.
2. Go to a hardware store and get some wire nuts (small), twist the two ends together and screw on the wire nut.
3. Do the same thing to the other wire. Now take black electrical tape and tape each wire nut down the wire about 1/2 inch.
4. Tape both wire nuts together with electrical tape and the wire strands to the insulation and up the insulation about 1 inch.

Nov 06, 2016 | Vacuums

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How do i wire in new 2 stage motor


It depends on what you are installing it in. There should be from two to four wires on most vacuum motors. One is the common wire and one is the power wire. Other wires may be a lead wire for the headlight and another may be a ground wire.

Oct 19, 2014 | Vacuums

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How does the Power Head wire up to the switch on the Rainbow SE?


Here is the wiring for a D4 switch:

Rainbow D3 D4 SE power switch

Rainbow no longer makes the switch with 6 wires, it comes now with only 4.

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Jun 29, 2014 | Rainbow 75th Anniversary Canister Vacuum

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How do i reattach wires to motor from cord and lights


Black wire from the power cord goes onto the wire connection closest to where it comes into the back of the vacuum. There should be a black dot beside the wire connection on the motor. On the other side of the motor, there should be another black dot beside a wire connection and the two white wires will go there. The white wire coming from the lights usually has a double connection and it will go on first and then the white wire from the power cord will go onto the other side of the double connector. The black wire coming from the light usually will go to a wire connector right next to the white wires or just above it . Hope this helps!

Jun 02, 2014 | Oreck XL Deluxe U3700 Bagged Upright...

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Trying to dismantle vacuum


If your wire is broken somewhere along the wire itself you'll need a pair of wire cutters a pair of wire strippers some black electrical tape. first the plug has to be unplugged I know your not stupid but trust me when your trying to fix something like that its not that hard to forget if you've been plugging and unplugging something over and over again. Anyway use the wire cutters and cut out the part of the wire that is broken or worn. Now cut back on both ends of the wire the out side isolation so you can work with the three wires separately with ease about two inches on each end. Now take the wire strippers and strip each wire on both ends until there all stripped only about a fourth of an inch. You have noticed that the wires are different colors so you won't have any problem matching the wires back together . One at a time you will connect the colors back to themselves the white to the white black to black . for instance your going to take both ends of the white wire and hold them next to each other as if you were measuring them and take your fingers or the tip of the strippers and twist the wires together . then where there twisted together bend the bear part of the wire against one side so the wire is horizontal again now take the electric tape and wrap it around the wire start and end before and after the bear part of the wire so all you see is color insulation and tape no bear wire. do the same thing to each wire most important thing to remember it that the bear part of all those wires can not be exposed and touch anything including the wire that's next to them . Now just take the tape and start just like you've been doing except this time your going to wrap all the wires with the tape and your done.

Oct 02, 2012 | Electrolux C101 Bagged Canister Vacuum

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Sharp r-530es microwave. when depressing door Pushbutton, the door will not open. (problem started itermittently but now will not open at all(unless I pull on the door to assist)


Hello there, the mechanism for opening microwaves is such that when the button is depressed it raises the hooks which hold the door back. In some microwaves the hooks also have another part which pushes the door out while some units have door hinges which have spring mechanisms which pushes out the door. Depending on what is obtainable on your unit the problem might differ. What you want to do is this, when the door is open press the button and see if the hooks which are supposed to hold the door in place move as expected but considering that the door opens when you pull the problem is more likely from the spring mechanism which is supposed to push the door out.
Try cleaning the hinges and the space in between the door and the control panel. Try this and let me know as any other process might require a replacement part.
Hope this solution has been helpful?
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Sep 21, 2011 | Sharp Vacuums

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I am installing a ge #15070 basic timer and there are 3 wires. Which wire do I attach to the ground?


GE 15070 timer does not have ground wire.
I assume this timer is double insulated, just like some power tools and electronics only have two prong plug.
Leave bare ground wire attached to other bare grounds in the box, and shove grounds to back of box.
I have one of these timers installed.
Timer has red, black and white wires
http://waterheatertimer.org/GE-timers-and-manuals.html#15070

How to wire GE 15070 timer:
1) Switch has 2 insulated wires. Take switch wires and connect them to timer-black-wire and timer-red-wire. Choose either one for now.
2) In back of electric box are white wires twisted together and covered with wire nut. Connect timer-white to these wires.
3) If electric box does not have white wires described above, then connect timer-white to bare ground, along with timer-green wire.
4) Turn on electricity, and slide switch to ON-or-OFF. If lights come on, timer is wired correctly. If lights do not come on, then reverse timer-red and timer-black wires.

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Jan 13, 2011 | GE Vacuums

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I have an antique 8 arm chandlier and want to put it up in my bedroom but the wire hasnt any differance in color, how do i wire it to the exsisting wire from the celing , what wire goes to what wire ? I...


If an electrician is installing the lamp, he/she will determine which wire goes where. More important though is the condition of the insulation of the original wiring--insulation of wires was commonly natural rubber which decays over time. If you can bend a wire that has insulation and the insulation cracks/breaks off of the wire, then strongly suggest that the entire unit be rewired with modern fixture-insulated wire. You don't want a fire hazard in your bedroom. The rewiring job should include a ground wire to prevent possible shock. Hope this helps!

Sep 28, 2010 | Vacuums

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Have an A & T hydrobath which element has burnt out its an 1800 immersion model 180032m we replaced it approx 5 yrs ago I cant remenber if I have to unscrew it fro the inside of the washtank or thru...


Element has a nut on the inside which needs to be undone from inside the tank. The element then is removed from the clipsal box. Replacement elements are available from www.thebarfshop.com.au

Sep 13, 2010 | Vacuums

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