Question about Vacuums
There is a plastic pop in trim cover which surrounds the switch itself. It will peel off revealing two screws which hold the switch in place onto the underside of housing.
However you must also remove the rear cone shaped motor housing by a series of philips screws where the motor meets the fan intake area. You should not have to remove any screws from the front are of the fan housing
Pay attention to these screws as they all face inward to the center area of the housing at the sides and underneath, but there are several lengths
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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