Question about Vacuums
I think I have bad news for you. It sounds to me like you put the flashlight made out of metal, that conducts electricity across the pins of your cordless vacuum cleaner charger and accidentally short circuited the charger and it went poof. Poof is not a good thing. It may be possible, though I doubt it,
that there is a fuse inside the charger that can be replaced. I would check a small appliance repair company as to the cost of fixing this before I gave it to them. I think it would be more expensive than it costs to purchase it. That is, if there is a replaceable fuse. If you can tell me the name and company, I could do a little research myself. I hope this is helpful to you. Let me know if I guessed right about what happened. Thanks.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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