Question about Eureka 4700A Maxima Bagless Upright Vacuum
I don't believe any special tools are required to do that . Just unscrew it or un bolt it which ever is required and then put in the new one. you will ba able to access this by removing the bottom panel whick is also held on by screws. The best thing is to have a multi-driver so you can change ends if you need to. There should be 5 or six different bits in the handle of the multi driver and they are kept there for easy accessibility.Just take your time and go slow and just look closely at it as it is not a terribly difficult task.Some are more tricky than others but to my knowledge you have one that is quite straightforward if I am not mistaken. If you run in to problembs just write me back and I will try to guide you through it . Good luck and dont forget to click one the yes if this helped.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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