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PHV1800 nozzle removal

The flap that keep the dust from coming back out of the nozzle came off and I'm trying to remove the pivoting nozzle assembly (called the bowl assy in their parts guide). I've removed the three screws that attach it to the main cylinder, and removed the screws that hold the two parts of the nozzle together, but it still won't come off. I need to take it apart to replace this. I'm sure there's a tab or something somewhere....any ideas?

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  • George Rokos Jan 07, 2008

    I have the same problem but to put it back !!!!!

    It was very hard to remove it also..



    HELP !

  • maddogprod Jan 08, 2008

    I've seen that and if it's correct, then there is no way to take the nozzle off the bowl assembly, which means there's no way to fix this without getting a new bowl assembly. The weird thing is, there are screws that attach the nozzle to the bowl and screws that hold the two halves of the nozzle together, so it looks like it should come off....but damned if I can get get it off!

  • crazydocb
    crazydocb Nov 18, 2012

    Somehow... I seem to have gotten it apart no problem!!!! Getting it back together again is TOtALLY perplexing me.... i can't even see what's in the way.... sigh.... glad I'm not alone...

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Here is an exploded diagram which seems to show that the whole nozzle assembly is removed as one piece.

See if it helps:

http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/Products/DocumentView.aspx?productid=65223&typeId=14858&documentId=34001

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

  • muckleloon19 Oct 22, 2010

    seems this is a common problem. call black and decker. they will send you (FOC) a complete nozzle assembly. To install it you have to remove all screws in the main body and take the unit apart. Not the easiest job in the world and quite awkward to reassemble but a bit of perseverance, a few swear words and a shot of whisky and you can get the thing back together.

  • reno Aug 27, 2011

    exploded diagram which seems to show that the whole nozzle assembly is removed as one piece. IS NOT ON THAT
    LINK

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