Question about Vacuums
Hi there SmartAlec From NelsonVacuums.com.au here. Ok the switch is a tricky one if you havent done it before but the trick is having the right tool. I assume you have got the machine stripped to that point (phillips head screwdriver is all thats required here). You need a tool like a knitting needle but thinner, i am sorry i dont know what its called but basically you put that beside each wire and as you push it in you can pull out the switch wire one at a time. Mark down the position of the wires before pulling them out you can blow a new switch by hooking the wires in the wrong configuration. Hope this helps!. Happy Vacuuming:)
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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