Question about Vacuums
If you used WD40, you should have the unit inverted so the WD40 runs down into the beater socket.Use a small piece of wood and place it against the bottom of the beater and tap lightly with a hammer while pressing the beater release button/lever, just enough to break any crusty seal that may have formed.
If this does not loosen it enough to remove, using two pieces of wood about 1"x1"x12" put them around the stem of the beater, above the beater cage and tap with a hammer while pressing the release button/lever for the beaters.
This has me a bit intrigued. Please let me know how you make out. All the best.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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