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Replacing Power Cord to Power Nozzle

I am trying to replace the power cord on the "power nozzle" to my Kenmore canister vac and need info on removing the height adjustment mechanism. The cord runs along and then under the height adjustment mechanism and I can not figure out how to get at it. Once it is removed replacing the cord appears to be a snap, or is there a way to do this without removing the mechanism? The part number for the power nozzle is 116 51612001.

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The height adjust mech. has 2 tabs, that you have to unlock, It also is easier when you tip the power head so as not to puit pressure on the Ht. Adj. wheels. Use a flat blade screwdriver and if you look down bertween the ht. adj. mech. and the elboe where the wire is, you should be able to see the 2 tabs, just pry it away form the elbow and it will come off. When you put it back on, make sure all wires are routed where they were and tip powerhead, it will snap into place.

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