Question about Vacuums
Try this link-- for a wiring diagram--- let us know if this helps-- Mack
Posted on Nov 04, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That actually sounds correct, if it's the model I'm thinking of. As long as you're talking about connecting to the wires that are held in by the wire nuts you should be good to go.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
SOURCE: Connecting motor part
Hi Charlotte, Yes, colour coding of wires is a nightmare, isn't it!? Red and brown both signify "live", and blue and black both signify "neutral". So you should connect brown to red, and black to blue. I hope this is helpful. If you need more guidance, please post here again and I'll see what more I can do for you. I value your feedback, so please remember to rate my response. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
yes but make sure the motors are exactly the same.check the voltage on both of them and see if they are both ac motors and not dc motors.if the new motor is dc it won't work.i have a hoover savvy that has a dc motor that i want to replace with a ac motor
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Are you talking about the power switch. The new power switches have 4 wires sautered to the power switch, where the old ones have 6 wires that slip in and lock into the power switch.
The blue ones are for your power cord, and the black ones are for your vacuum motor, and your power nozzle plug.
Secure one motor wire and one power nozzle plug wire to one of the black wires out of the new switch, and secure the other two, to the other black one from the power switch. It does not matter which ones that you match together. Secure one of each of the power cord to the two blue wires from the power switch. It does not matter which one of them goes to each wire neither. It is AC so power goes both ways.
Use twist on wire nuts to secure the wires to each other, and put some electrical tape around each of them, after you secure them securly with the wire nuts.
It is best to secure the cluster of wires to each other with a pull tie, after you are finished wiring everything.
If you have any more questions let me know. I am a Rainbow seller, and a Rainbow expert also.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
SOURCE: I put brand new T8
Are they actually flickering on and off?- or just sort of Twirling patterns of lighter and darker shade of light? -- That is normal when the bulbs are new-- That should become steady in a few days.
If not-- tell us more what is happening-- in detail.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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