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Re: Need to know how to take it apart
You should be able to grab it and pull it out. It just sits in the hole, if you have to use something sharp that you can push into it enough to pull it out. You also didn't give me your email addy to email you the picture.
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You have two model numbers showing.
I could not find anything on the F7425-900, but I did find an exploded view of the F7452-900
If you go to this URL:
you can see the exploded view. This itself does not provide directions on changing the brush, but it does indicate that by removing a few screws on the brush and squeezing some plastic tabs (looks like any way) that you can pull the brush off.
If you have the new brush already, it may indicate some of the connection points.
Hope this helps a bit.
try taking a sharp knife and shaving a little off the edge of the plastic, or a small file if you can get to it, see if it is getting binded. If its getting stuck internally, you will have to replace the switch instead of risking takin it apart.
Your problem is inside the vacuum hose where they have installed a small coiled hose that carries water to the smaller power head for upholstery. After taking this apart I found the inner smaller coiled hose was broken at 2 different places. A very poor design and poor quality material. The hose looked like it was rotted. This could be from old detergent left in the line or maybe the wrong detergent. A job to get it apart but if you remove the three screws that hold the side plate over the electrical you can block that hose off and the machine will work on floors only as the water to the power head is terminated.