Question about Vacuums
Suggestion: Someone just might want to peek inside the Electronic Ballast Enclosure mounted within the unit's base when they have the time and inspect for signs of failure similar to what I found in mine before insisting on buying a New Switch and risking disappointment first-cut. Burnt components are a dead giveaway, as (usually) is a blown fuse, although there's nothing wrong with jumpering that fuse to see what lights-up again or smokes, atcmb.
Those little snap-in SPDT switches are really rather rugged - your unit just MIGHT have a defective switch and nothing more - but I for one do tend to doubt that notion. Best double-check first before ordering.
Posted on Aug 15, 2013
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