Question about Kirby Generation 3 Bagged Upright Vacuum
I do believe o6 the cord goes in to the metal housing of the motor .They are usually held in by a rubber grommet and they can with some patience and force be pulled out slowly does it as you don't want the wires to come off or you will have nothing to tell you which wire goes where one you get it open.If you can not get it out and it is just ripping , I would recommend taking it to your local used Vac sales and service store as they all service Kirby . If you do not want to let them fix it they will most likely show you what to do and then you can finish the job. One thing that I would do if I was replacing the power Cord is get one that is 32 feet long as opposed to the 20 foot cord that comes with it.It makes vacuuming much more convenient if you don't have to re plug it in every two minutes. I hope this helps and don't forget to click on the yes button if it did. Thank you for the question.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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