I received a disassembled Model 700 Filter Queen Vacuum. I'm looking for a schematic showing the rubber gasket assembly where the motor sits in the bottom housing base. I have 1 heavy rubber gasket plus a lighter one with metal screen & round filter paper. Each one by itself will assemble together but not both. Do both of these gaskets belong here? If so who do they go together? Dave H
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Re: Filter Queen Assembly
On the rubber piece, there is a groove on the inside edge for the screen first, then the filter. Just have to work them into that slot. Then put over the bottom housing. The round paper filter is put on over the tank, then the top unit sits on that. These filters will keep dust out of the motor and head asm.
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If you remove three screws you can remove the assembly with the foot pedal. Look at how it is installed closely in the assembly, including the spring, shaft and pedal. Disassemble it and install a new foot pedal exactly the same way you took it apart.
Try removing the roller assembly again, and check the end bearing pieces are the correct way around. Often they have 2 or more settings.
Check all debris is removed from location slots, and see if the roller is actually going into position before the cover is attatched.
wow, that motor is one of the most complex in a vacuum and to repair it can be very difficult, if you want to replace it you can but it will be very expensive just for the part. the screws are hidden under that big rubber gasket on the bottom of the machine where the water tank sits. you should also replace that gasket two because it will get ruined when you tear it off.
Filter ?Queen Majestic Canister Vacuum – Motor Motor? I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. If your Filter Queen Motor is out or not working, the customer can replace the motor if they are mechanically minded and mark the wires as they remove the old motor with the new motor or you can have it serviced by your local vacuum dealer in your area, you can pickup the motor @ a local vacuum cleaner dealer in you area by checking the yellow pages or to contact the Filter Queen factory listed below. It requires a new motor and a new gasket; the biggest problem would be the wiring of the new motor. The factory information is listed below: http://www.filterqueen.comFilter Queen Canisters Vacuums Health-Mor World Headquarters 13325 Darice Parkway, Unit A Strongsville, Ohio44149 1-440-846-7800or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org