Question about Electrolux EL7020A Oxygen 3 Ultra Canister Vacuum Cleaner Bagged Vacuum
I'm in the military, stationed overseas. My housekeeper put a converter plug on our brand new Electrolux and plugged it into a 220 volt outlet. Needless to say, it appears to be dead as a door nail. Is there a fuse that could be replaced? Or is the motor toast for sure? Any suggestions? Thanks!
The wiring diagram isn't showing a fuse, but there could be one on one of the circuit boards. Maybe the converter is bad. You will just have to take it apart and look it over. Maybe this pic. will help:
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
On the main control board there is a fuse, which for some reason is actually hardwired to the board, meaning that the entire board has to be replaced when the fuse blows. I'm a repair tech for these things, and they go bad constantly, so it may or may not be related to being plugged into the 220V circuit. I would take it in to a warranty station and let them make the determination.
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