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Fan kit kirby g4 vacuum cleaner

How do i change fan kit

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Re: fan kit kirby g4 vacuum cleaner

I'm assuming you mean the fan impeller and not the fan that cools the motor...

you can find detailed instructions at this site

hope this helps!

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Re: fan kit kirby g4 vacuum cleaner

Does anyone know where I can get a manual for the Kirby G4 and shampoo cleaner?

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Kirby's are repairable. Find a dealer or a repair shop near you to get it fixed.

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How To Attach Carpet Shampooer To Your Kirby Generation 4 (G4) Upright.


This is an excellent, easy to follow video presentation of attaching the carpet cleaner to your Kirby Generation 3 Upright Vacuum Cleaner. Please note that the model being used in the video is a newer model named the Sentria, but the process of attaching the carpet extractor attachment is identical on the Kirby Sentria and the Kirby Generation 4. The only major difference is that the Generation 4 does not have the lever that extends out to turn the belt to off. On the Generation 4 this is dont by turning the entire white square with the Kirby logo on it in the front of the vacuum cleaner.

Please feel free to ask for a repair clarification if you have a question on how to attach the carpet shampooer. I'm always, more then happy to answer any follow up questions there may be.

Instructional Video On How To Attachment Carpet Shampooer To Kirby Generation 4 (g4) Vacuum Cleaner:

I hope that this helped you change your Kirby into a carpet shampooer. I you found this video helpful, please rate this Tip as helpful by clicking the Thumbs Up Icon. I really do appreciate it, thank you.

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on Mar 21, 2010 | Kirby G4 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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Fan blade cracked

It needs replaced before it breaks and pieces get into the motor.
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Jan 03, 2011 | Kirby G4 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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I need to replace the fan and am not sure Kirby G 4 A

Greetings from GoVacuum,

We've shot a video showing you detailed instructions on how to replace the fan on a Kirby Generation vacuum cleaner. The video is in two parts below. If this video was helpful to you, please be sure to rate this Solution by clicking the four Thumbs Up icons in the top right hand corner of this Solution;

Changing the Fan On a Kirby Generation Video, Part 1:
Kirby Fan Change Video Part 2;


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Mar 03, 2010 | Kirby G4 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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Help on kirby G4D

here is a link to taking the fan off of the kirby...all the Generation Series Kirbys are the same :)

Hope that helps!!!

Apr 05, 2008 | Kirby G4 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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First put the gasket on the spacer, thin end to to out, push it down all the way on the motor shaft, then put the nylon washer on, then the fan, metal washer and then the pulley, just snug it, (don't tighten too much just beyond hand tightening). Put the casing, top and handle back on.

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