Question about Filter Queen Cheetah II Ash - MU305 Bagless Canister Vacuum
I have a new puppy who chewed the electrical cord on my filter queen that I have had about 20 years. Can this be fixed? If so, is it easy enough that I could fix it at home?
I generally don't like answering questions like this cause it could lead to unwanted problems. But I will say that if the individual wires are color-coded (each wire is a different color and can easily be determined which go to which) and you are handy with some electrical tape and know about how to make wires connect, then you may be able to do this yourself.
If you are NOT able to determine which wires go to which wire, I definitely do NOT recommend you trying to this yourself.
If it is obvious to you which wires go to which, splice them to clean edges, connect metal to metal, wrap two connecting wires tightly with electrical tape, then once all wires are wrapped to one another, bunch all together and wrap all with electrical tape. That's it.
It's fairly simple, but again, YOU MUST, I STRESS MUST be able to distinguish which wires match which wires from the detached (thanks to dear sweet puppy) wires. :) Bad puppy!
Hope this helps at least some. A good repair person shouldn't charge that much to do it for you.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you! Looks like I will leave it to the professionals. :)"
For the Filter Queen. Buy the cord and install yourself. Take a pen and paper, write notes for each wire goes to where. Give yourself enough cord inside to wrap around the motor housing and secure with the cord grommet. Really not hard.
Posted on May 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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