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How do i replace the
Posted by lmurray1 on Apr 23, 2008
How do i replace the fan blade assembly which are broken in my eureka model the boss
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure.
There are 2 different models of the boss by Eureka – there is a standard old style upright that the belt that the belt would unscrew from the bottom of the motor and you would have to remove the top of the vacuum cover to remove the main motor and gasket assm, and then the fan has a reverse thread on the plastic fan and you would unscrew the fan after removing the belt pulley. Then you would screw on the new fan, belt pulley, replace the gasket and re-install the motor. If you have a new style with a side mount motor you would remove the top cover, the motor would be in there sideways, un-screw the motor, remove the silver tape around the fan housing and un-screw the fan housing – same as above un-screw the fan from the motor, there is a nut on the end of the fan holding that on – (remember, the fan has a reverse thread) re-install the fan. Then the fan housing, replace the silver tape, and then screw down the motor and replace the top cover, then you can test. As always free to contact your local vacuum dealer in your area in the yellow pages or contact your Eureka factory manufacturer listed below:
http://www.eureka.com Customer Service Phone Number
1-800-282-2886 Hours of Operation
Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 7:30 pm CST
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am to 6:30 pm CST
Thanks, Don – The Vac Man
Go Ahead. Use Us.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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