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How does one remove the wires from the power cord to the switch. It looks like there is a 6-40 screw that one puts IN to remover them? Thanks, Harry Smith

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  • smithh916 Oct 08, 2009

    these appear to be push in wire connections. Where one would expect a place to push in a screw driver to open the connection and release the wires the hole is threaded in an odd size. It is nearly 6-32. It is probalby 6-40 or a metric size. I think one puts in a machine screw to open the connection on the switch and release the wire.
    h.

  • Dana Newcombe
    Dana Newcombe May 11, 2010

    Hi Harry; I'm not exactly certain what you mean to say when you stated that a 6-40 screw has to be inserted to "remove" the wires?

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I think I know what they are refering to, they want you to poke a pin through the hole in the push on connector to release the clip.

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How to replace the cord in dyson's dc07


Things You Will Need



  • Dyson DC07 power cord


  • T15 Torx-bit screwdriver


  • Small can


  • Camera or cell phone with camera


  • Flat-head screwdriver, 3/4-inch or smaller


  • Needle-nose pliers



Tips



  • Do detach the black wire that goes to the motor as it does not require removal.



Warnings



  • Do not work on the power cord when it is plugged in.


  • Do not force the plastic-covered connectors from the switch or you could break the male ends. Pull them off firmly but gently to avoid breaking the terminals.


  • Do not apply too much force to the plastic arms that hold the housing in place. The plastic arms are fragile and may break easily.



References



1 - Unwrap the power cord from the Dyson DC07. Detach the handle of the vacuum cleaner by pressing the release button. Pull the handle from the hose. Slide the hose down the wand and push the button at the bottom to release the hose from the machine.

2 - Press the button at the top of the dust bin handle to remove the canister bin assembly from the Dyson DC07.

3 - Lay the machine on with its back with the power switch facing upward. Locate the Torx screw directly beneath the switch actuator. Remove the Torx screw, turning it counterclockwise. Place the screw into a small can so you do not lose it.

4 - Remove the switch box housing held in place by the Torx screw just removed. Carefully pry upward on the two plastic arms that clip the housing in place. Take a picture with your cellphone or camera of the open housing to make it easier to reinstall the wires where they belong in the channels and spaces provided.

5 - Center the needle-nose pliers on the female connectors from the power cord attached to the switch. Apply equal force to pull them from the male ends of the switch. Also detach the two wires that connect together within the housing, identified by the clear plastic connector between them. Depending on your machine\'s manufacture date, the wires might have different colors. For example, they may be white and brown, all white or one could be blue. Disconnect a total of four wires -- two from the switch and the two connected together. Leave the other wires alone.

6 - Trace the electrical cord on the machine until you reach its protective cover where it enters the Dyson DC07. Lift up the cord protector to remove it from the vacuum. The cord protector has slotted sides that fit within the plastic. Slide the cord protector from the power cord.

7 - Remove the plastic covers that protect the female ends on the power-cord wires that connect to the switch. The new power cord does not come with these. Insert the tip of the flat-head screwdriver through the top of the plastic connector with two internal ridges. Lift upward and away to pull the wire free from the connector. Repeat for the other wire. Push the female end into the plastic connector until it snaps into place. Repeat for the other power-cord wire.

8 - Thread the new power cord through the cord protector. If you have trouble pushing the wires through, reach in with the needle-nose pliers to pull both wires through the rubber protector.

9 - Reconnect the two separated wires back together by inserting the male end into the female end of the other wire. Reconnect the two wires from the power cord to the switch. Reinstall the switch housing on the machine. Align the wires in the channels provided to keep them from being pinched or pulled out when you reassemble the housing. Look at the photo you took earlier as a guide, if necessary. Insert the wire that goes to the motor in this channel and the white wires connected together to the left of the switch in the area provided.

10 - Put on the switch housing cover and secure it with the screw you removed earlier. Reassemble the vacuum in the reverse order you dismantled it.

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Riccar 8955 power cord replacement


Remove the dust compartment door to gain access to the cover over the wiring and switch compartment. Remove three screws to gain access to be able to remove the old power cord and slide it through the hole in the back of the vacuum. Put new cord through the hole and wire back up as it was before.

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The air switch used in jetted tubs is mounted in the box on the bath pump.
Remove the pump from under the tub and take the top of the little box off by removing the two screws holding it in place.
Once the screws are removed you may lift the lid off and you will see two wires going to the air switch, one wire coming from the pump power cord and the other from inside the motor.
Remove the two wires from the air switch and then remove the air switch from the pump by taking off the nut that holds the air switch in place.
Reinstall the air switch by putting the two wires back onto the air switch and put the cover back on the box on the motor.

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No power to te 72


You can test most of the TE72 electrical with a continuity tester. first make sure the drill is unplugged. Put the clip on one of the plug prongs. then touch the cord on both contacts where the screw holds the cord on. To get to the switch you have to remove the 3 five mm screws holding the handle on. two you can see the other one it at the top and can be accessed by the hole at the top of the handle. Pull the handle loose and remove the two phillip head screws. touch both cord leads where the attach to the switch. If one side lights up then pull the switch and check the contact where the stator wires attach to the switch. repeat with the clip on the other prong. If you have continuity through the switch then it is the brushes, rotor or stator. That involves removing the three 3mm screws holding the endcap on. carefully tapping the endcap off at the brush holder caps with a hammer. then taking to small screwdrives and gently popping up the fan after you have removed the washer and oring above it. Putting the clip on the stator wire at the switch and then checking power at one brush and then at the other brush. Hope that helps

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How to replace the power switch on a Kirby G4


This repair requires extensive disassembly. First remove the handle, bag assembly, and switch "scuff" plate. To remove the switch plate, remove the screw at the bottom, and the upper screw that secures the cord. Insert a screwdriver into the rectangular slot in the plastic and pop it off. The cord must also be removed. One screw holds the cord cover to the lower motor shell. Remove the screw and push with a flat screwdriver on the back of the cover to unlatch it. Next remove the upper motor shell ( 4 screws ). The next piece to come off is the switch button. Pry upward on it's attaching lugs to free it, pull it upward far enough to disconnect it from the switch rod. The power drive assembly is next to go. Three screws on the bottom of the motor unit hold it in. DO NOT remove the center screw beneath the shift lever. The drive pedal must be in DRIVE for removal. The transmission drops down to get it out ( you may have to wiggle and pull on it to free it). Next the headlight frame assembly must be removed. You will see 2 screws at the rear, and 2 long screws in front which also secure the fan housing. After removing the screws, the headlight frame can be removed. Be careful to note the proper location of all wires! The right carbon brush assembly must be removed to allow the switch to slide back for removal. It is held in place by 1 screw and a tab on it's holder. Two screws hold the switch itself in place. One is on a tab on top of the switch, and the other is on the right bottom of the lower motor shell. The lower screw also serves as a motor mount screw. The switch can now be removed by inserting a small screwdriver along it's front edge and prying it backwards. It is wise to clear dust and lint from the motor contacts prior to re-assembly. Be sure the terminals on the field coil have not gotten bent before putting the new switch in place. Snap the new switch in place and replace the screws. It is easiest to replace the wires in this order:
1- Holding the headlight assembly off to the right, install the lower headlight wire.
2- Next connect the wire from the left carbon brush to the upper switch terminal.
3- Connect the upper headlight wire.
4- Gently replace the right carbon brush assembly, secure it with it's screw ( do not overtighten ) , and connect it's wire to the lower switch terminal.
After the switch is in, install the headlight frame screws, transmission and belt, and switch button in reverse order. Be sure the shift arm on the left side of the drive unit engages the slot or pin on the handle pivot assembly. The cover and trim pieces can now be re-installed.

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How do you hook the four wire electric cable to the terminal marked L1, L2, L3? the wires are colored red, white, black and green.



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To connect power cord:
• Remove the screws from the cover of the
junction box located at the top rear of the dryer.
• Loosen/remove the two screws on the strain
relief clamp and remove from 4-wire supply
cord.
• The strain relief splits into two indentical parts.
• Insert the large flange of both sections into the
hole located on the left side of the junction box
housing. The short flange of both sections and
screws must remain positioned on the external
side of the junction box housing.
• Insert the 4- wire supply cord through both
sections of the strain relief and re-install strain
relief screws, do not fully tighten until electrical
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• Attach the power cord ground conductor (green
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• Attach the power cord neutral conductor (white
wire) to the neutral terminal. (marked N)
Tighten screw until neutral conductor is secure.
(See Fig. 7)
• Attach the power cord phase conductor (black
wire) to the phase terminal (marked L3).
Tighten screw until power conductor is secure.
(See Fig. 7)
• Attach the power cord phase conductor (red
wire) to the phase terminal (marked L1).
Tighten screw until power conductor is
secure.(See Fig. 7)
• Tighten the screws on the strain relief so that
the power cord cannot be moved.
• Re-install the cover of the junction box and
secure with four screws removed earlier.
• The dryer is now ready to be connected to the
power supply receptacle.

This is from the manual for the Danby DCD5505W. You did not give the model # so I went off of what you listed it under.

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No power to Dyson Animal


Hi There,

I'm almost 100% positive that the cord on your Dyson DC07 Animal has shorted out and needs to be replaced. Usually what causes this spark, and cord failure is when the cord is pulled out of the wall to hard. I have to admit that I'm guilty of doing this same thing. If I'm on the other side of the room from the plug, and I need to change plugs, I have been known to try and swing the cord out of the plug, and I have myself burned through a cord or two. The spark is usually caused when the wires inside of the plug touch each other, or short circuit.

No worries, this is not an expensive, or difficult repair to do. Here's what you'll need in order to complete this repair:

- T15 Torx Bit Screw Driver
- Dyson DC07 Power Cord For All DC07 Models, Part 905449.
- A 2mm or Smaller Flat Head Screwdriver (width of the tip)
- Needle Nose Pliers
- Patience (haha)

IMPORTANT: MAKE SURE YOUR VACUUM IS UNPLUGGED BEFORE DOING ANYTHING ELSE!

Step 1. First thing you'll want to do is to unwrap the cord from the machine, and remove the handle from the upright part, then slide the hose all the way down the wand, and remove the hose from the handle assembly completely and set it aside. Also remove the dust bin assembly completely from the machine as well.


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Step 2. Once you've remove the handle from the machine I find it easier to work on if you lay the vacuum on it's back, with the switch button facing upwards. Now remove the T15 Torx bit screw that is directly below the switch actuator. I have circled the location of this screw in the picture below:


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Step 3: After you have taken off the screw, you're doing to need to remove the switch box housing from the vacuum that the screw was securing. Simply use your flat head screw driver, and pry the two small arms upwards. Be careful when prying, the plastic components on Dyson vacuums are really cheap quality plastic, and I can't tell you how many times I have seen these plastic parts break. Here's a picture of the location of where you should pry the switching off:


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Here's what the vacuum should look like after the switch housing has been removed:


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Step 4. Use your needle nose plyers to remove the terminals from both of the switch poles. Also be careful when removing these terminals, don't force it or it will break the pole right off of the switch, and you'll then have to replace the switch along with the cord. Also you'll need to remove the two white wires that are connected together apart, also using your needle nose plyers.


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Step 5. After you've removed the two terminals connected to the switch, as well as the two white wires that were connected, follow the electrical cord up until the point that it enters the vacuum cleaner to the rubber cord protector. Lift straight up on this cord protecter to remove it from the vacuum.


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Step 6. You'll have to now slide the cord out through the cord protector so that you may install the protector on your new cord. Unfortunately as you'll see, your new cord does not come with the plastic terminal protectors that are on the end of the wires, so you'll need to take off these plastic ends on both the black, and the white wires that come from the cord. The other wire that you see in there that has a white wire with no plastic cover, and a black wire that does have the plastic terminal. There's no need to remove the plastic terminal from the wire that runs down into your motor, just leave these alone. If you look closely at these plastic terminal covers, you'll see that one side of them have two little ridges on the inside, also that the bottom is flat, and the top rises upwards on one end. To remove these plastic parts, use your 2mm flat head screwdriver and insert it through the top part that has the two ridges on the indside. While your screw driver is in as far as it will go, lift upwards away from the wire while pulling out the wire at the same time. Repeat this on the other wire as well.


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his is how the wires look like without the terminals:


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Step 7. After remove the plastic terminal covers from the wires, pull the cord through the rubber cord protector and remove your old cord. Open your new cord, and now you'll have to feed the two wires through the cord protector. Simply push the cord through the ribbed end of the cord protector. You normally can push the cord hard enough so that the ends of the wires will come out the other end fairly easy. If the wires don't come out, use your needle nose plyers to pull the metal ends of the wires through the rubber cord protector.

Step 8. Reconnect the wires to the switch, as well as connecting the two white wires together. Here's how the wiring should look like when done properly:

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Step 9. After reconnecting the wires to the switch, and to the other white wire, you'll need to put the switch back in place, along with the cords, and the cord proector. You can see little channels that the cords actually sit in to keep them from pulling out. Place both the wire on the bottom that goes to the motor, as well as the electrical cord into these channels. The two white wires that are connected together go to the left of the switch. Here's how it should look like when you're finished:


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Simply put the switch housing cover back over the switch and cords, and screw the Torx bit back in, and then test the vacuum to make sure that the cord works.

I hope that this repair was helpful to you with fixing the cord on your Dyson DC07. If you have any questions about this repair, or need further help on replacing the cord, please use the Clarification Request, or leave a comment on this repair and I'll be more then happy to help you further. If this was helpful to you, please be sure to rate the review helpful by clicking the thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner. Again, if you ever need any supplies for your Dyson, we do carry most parts and accessories on our site under our Dyson Parts Section .

Thank you,

Chris J.
GoVacuum.com

Apr 15, 2010 | Dyson DC07 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic...

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Need to reclace power cord


Greetings,

I have gone ahead and taken pictures of how to change the cord on a Dyson DC07 upright. Here's what you'll need to have handy in order to complete this repair:

- T15 Torx Bit Screw Driver
- Dyson DC07 Power Cord For All DC07 Models, Part 905449.
- A 2mm or Smaller Flat Head Screwdriver (width of the tip)
- Needle Nose Plyers
- Patience (haha)

The cord above is actually a link back to our site if you have yet to purchase your cord. We carry most every Dyson part.

IMPORTANT: MAKE SURE YOUR VACUUM CLEANER IS UNPLUGGED BEFORE DOING ANYTHING ELSE!

Step 1. First thing you'll want to do is to unwrap the cord from the machine, and remove the handle from the upright part, then slide the hose all the way down the wand, and remove the hose from the handle assembly completely and set it aside. Also remove the dust bin assembly completely from the machine as well.


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Step 2. Once you've remove the handle from the machine I find it easier to work on if you lay vacuum on it's back, with the switch button facing upwards. Now remove the T15 Torx bit screw that is directly below the switch actuator. I have circled the location of this screw in the picture below:


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Step 3: After you have taken off the screw, you're doing to need to remove the switch box housing from the vacuum that the screw was securing. Simply use your flat head screw driver, and pry the two small arms upwards. Be careful when prying, the plastic components on Dyson vacuums are really cheap quality plastic, and I can't tell you how many times I have seen these plastic parts break. Here's a picture of the location of where you should pry the switching off:


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Here's what the vacuum should look like after the switch housing has been removed:


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Step 4. Use your needle nose plyers to remove the terminals from both of the switch poles. Also be careful when removing these terminals, don't force it or it will break the pole right off of the switch, and you'll then have to replace the switch along with the cord. Also you'll need to remove the two white wires that are connected together apart, also using your needle nose plyers.


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Step 5. After you've removed the two terminals connected to the switch, as well as the two white wires that were connected, follow the electrical cord up until the point that it enters the vacuum cleaner to the rubber cord protector. Lift straight up on this cord protecter to remove it from the vacuum.


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Step 6. You'll have to now slide the cord out through the cord protector so that you may install the protector on your new cord. Unfortunately as you'll see, your new cord does not come with the plastic terminal protectors that are on the end of the wires, so you'll need to take off these plastic ends on both the black, and the white wires that come from the cord. The other wire that you see in there that has a white wire with no plastic cover, and a black wire that does have the plastic terminal. There's no need to remove the plastic terminal from the wire that runs down into your motor, just leave these alone. If you look closely at these plastic terminal covers, you'll see that one side of them have two little ridges on the inside, also that the bottom is flat, and the top rises upwards on one end. To remove these plastic parts, use your 2mm flat head screwdriver and insert it through the top part that has the two ridges on the indside. While your screw driver is in as far as it will go, lift upwards away from the wire while pulling out the wire at the same time. Repeat this on the other wire as well.


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This is how the wires look like without the terminals:


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Step 7. After remove the plastic terminal covers from the wires, pull the cord through the rubber cord protector and remove your old cord. Open your new cord, and now you'll have to feed the two wires through the cord protector. Simply push the cord through the ribbed end of the cord protector. You normally can push the cord hard enough so that the ends of the wires will come out the other end fairly easy. If the wires don't come out, use your needle nose plyers to pull the metal ends of the wires through the rubber cord protector.

Step 8. Reconnect the wires to the switch, as well as connecting the two white wires together. Here's how the wiring should look like when done properly:


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Step 9. After reconnecting the wires to the switch, and to the other white wire, you'll need to put the switch back in place, along with the cords, and the cord proector. You can see little channels that the cords actually sit in to keep them from pulling out. Place both the wire on the bottom that goes to the motor, as well as the electrical cord into these channels. The two white wires that are connected together go to the left of the switch. Here's how it should look like when you're finished:


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Simply put the switch housing cover back over the switch and cords, and screw the Torx bit back in, and then test the vacuum to make sure that the cord works.

I hope that this repair was helpful to you with fixing the cord on your Dyson DC07. If you have any questions about this repair, or need further help on replacing the cord, please use the Clarification Request, or leave a comment on this repair and I'll be more then happy to help you further. If this was helpful to you, please be sure to rate the review helpful by clicking the thumbs up incon in the top right hand corner. Again, if you ever need any supplies for your Dyson, we do carry most parts and accessories on our site under our Dyson Parts Section .

Thank you,

Chris J.
GoVacuum

Apr 03, 2010 | Dyson DC07 Animal Bagless Upright Cyclonic...

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Power cord bad


Greetings from GoVacuum,

Greetings from GoVacuum,

From the picture of your question it seems that you have a S514 Solaris, but even if it's a Flamenco you have, this will be a very similar repair. I'll attempt to try and walk you through this repair with a detailed explanation of it, and along with some pictures to help you. You'll first want to buy the new Miele S500 series cord reel (hopefully from GoVacuum), You may purchase the S500 Series Cord Reel Here; Miele Cord Reel - s500 Series #5240304 .

So once you have the cord reel, you'll need either a Phillips head screw driver for the older S514 models, or a T20 Torx Screwdriver for the newer S514 model vacuums. The picture below is actually of the Miele S518 Cat & Dog series, but for this repair the procedure and parts are identical to the S514. You'll need to remove the hose, wand, and power nozzle from the vacuum cleaner2_bing.gif before you begin.

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The first thing you'll wand to do is open up the bag housing, and remove the vacuum2_bing.gif bag, as well as the exhaust filter which may be either the Cloth Super Air Clean Filter, or the HEPA Filter catridge which is blue in color. If you're using the Super Air Clean filter, remove the filter, and then remove the bracket that secures the filter in place as well. Simply pull straight up on the bracket and it will come out.

Once the bag and the filter have been removed, you'll need to take off the entire tool lid. While the vacuum cleaner is open so that you can see into the compartment where the bag just was, you need to pry two arms from the tool lid off of the main body housing. Simply put a screwdriver behind one of the blue arms, and pry inwards. Here's a picture of what this looks like;

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Once you have removed both of these clasps, the tool lid will pull straight upwards and off, leaving you with only the bottom part of the canister. This is how the vacuum cleaner should look now;


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Now you'll need to remove the black speed control box from the canister. There is one screw in the front of the black speed control box that needs to be removed. After the screw has been removed, turn the vacuum cleaner around so that the back of the machine where the cord reel goes into the vacuum is now facing you. If you look where the black speed control box meets the bottom part of the canister, you can see two clips that you'll need to release before the variable speed control box can be removed. Simply put a screw driver and push in on the clip while lifting the black speed control box at the same time. Here's where the clips are located on the vacuum;


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Ok, now that the speed control box has been removed, it's time to separate the colored plastic from the base of the vacuum cleaner. There are 7 screws that need to be removed in order to get these housings separated. I have circled the location of each screw in the picture below;


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After removing all 7 screws, you can then simply pull upwards on the colored plastic housing, and remove the housing from the base of the vacuum cleaner so that the motor and cord reel are exposed. Once you have exposed the cord reel, you'll need to remove the internal wires (white wire is in the higher posistion, and to the left of the lower right side black wire), as well as the rubber hose part. The rubber hose part simply pulls off, just like the wire terminals do. After removing these parts, you'll need to remove one more screw with your screw driver. Here's the picture of which screw needs to be removed;


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After the final screw has been removed, you'll have to remove the rectangular shaped wire harness that sits at the top of the cord reel. Pay close attention to how this wire harness is correctly seated which will save some aggravation when putting the vacuum back together. Here's a picture of the wire harness that needs to be removed from the old cord reel;


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Once the wire harness has been completely removed from the old cord reel, you may simply pull up on the cord reel and remove it. The new cord reel will come completely assembled, with all the parts and compontents that your faulty cord reel had. You simply need to line up the screw hole on the new cord reel with the hole in the bottom of the base of the vacuum. When installing the new cord reel be very careful that you don't pinch any of the wires down by putting the cord reel on top of them.


If this repair guide was helpful to you, please click the four thumbs up icons in the top right part of this solution to rate it has helpful.

Thank you so much,

Chris Jones
GoVacuum.com

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I'd like to know how to change a heating element in my dryer (29' whirlpool) I'd like to know exactly how to take it apart and where to find the element. I'am not sure of the dryer #


first you nead to unplug the dryer,next you nead to remove the vent hose,next you nead to remove the back panal and the power cord cover,on the left side you will see the heater housing,at the bottom you will see the heating element,there are four wires,the two at the bottom are hooked to the element,you nead to pull them off,the other two wires are hooked to the high limit switch,you nead to pull them off,next there are two 1/4"screws,one on each side off the heating element,remove them,now pull out on the bottom of element,with element removed,remove the high limit switch from old element and put it on the new element,take new element and put it back in the heater housing and replace the two 1/4" screws,you will see that the two wires that go to the element are biger than the two going to the high limit switch,put the two wires to the element,now replace the two wires to the high limit switch,replace the back panal and the power cord cover,replace the vent hose,plug power cord in and check element out.

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