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Changing my Numatic Henry hvr200 bag?

Does it matter which way up i put the bag in?

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Not really but should only look right one way

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How do i bypass pcb on henry numatic international"?"


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My henry wont pick up any dirt and how do i change the filter ...


The filter on a Henry does not need changing (unless torn or
damaged). It simply neeeds cleaning, either by vacuuming with
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must be able to flow through it. Next, change the bag. Finally
remove hoses and pipes etc and switch on, the suction that you can feel by putting your hand against his "nose", is the same suction that you should feel when pipes are back on.

If it is not, then you will have a blockage, usually in the flexi hose, but drop a coin through in order to establish where.

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How do i fit the hoover bag


If you remove the top of the vacuum via the clips on the side you will see the empty bucket. Where the hose connects is where you will fit the bag from the inside. On the bag you will see a hole with cardboard around, this will then push over the outlet.

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My hoover smells of ammonia


Hello,
I too have a problem with a bad smell coming from my henry hound hoover, but thats probely because i haven't used a hoover bag. I took the cloth filter out,banged all the dust off, then sprayed it with 'RugDoctor' pet stain remover for carpets and upholstery. It still smells a bit, but not half as bad as befor. I have now ordered a reusable,zipable,washable cloth hoover bag especially made for Henry's. It cost £8.80 from ebay with free postage. Hope this helps Nikki.

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Numatic henry making strange spluttering sound


Sounds very poorly. If you have renewed the brushes and contacts it is now more likely to be the motor. If you check, I expect the copper windings or the armature are black and burned. A new motor can be obtained from the manufacturers www.numatic.com or in the UK you might find it cheaper at www.a1cleaningsupplies.co.uk

Mar 25, 2009 | Numatic Henry Bagged Canister Vacuum

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Numatic henry making a strange spluttering sound coming from the motor


Sounds like the carbon brushes in your motor are worn out. They can be replaced with new ones, but you may not feel like doing the job yourself. Best not to mess with electrics unless you are completely sure you know what you're doing... in which case, take Henry to a repairer. The job is simple, quick and should not be too costly.

Mar 13, 2009 | Numatic Henry Bagged Canister Vacuum

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Electrical Burning Smell from Henry HVR200 Vacuum Cleaner


Hi! Highly unlikely that you need a new motor.  Highly likely that you need new carbon brushes.  The smell is caused by excessive sparking between the worn brushes and the copper commutator segments.  Most carbon brushes (and from memory I suspect this includes Henry's) have a copper wire buried in their last few millimeters, and you really need to change them before that becomes exposed.   The longer you run it like this, the more likely you are to damage the commutator, so change them sooner rather than later.  When you change the brushes, you can smooth off the commutator with very fine abrasive paper (the objective is to smooth it, not scratch it!), and then blow all the dust away (or **** it away if you have another vac, of course).  Incidentally, you don't say if you are using a paper bag in your Henry. Some people, because the top-hat filter is so good, try to manage without a bag.  This is false economy!  You should always use a bag. I hope this helps! I value feedback, so please remember to rate this response.

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Numatic Henry Micro HVR-200


motor is over heating. you need to clean bag, filter and hose first then re test

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They should just pull out with a little pressure and a pair of pliers. Good luck with your repair

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