Question about Panasonic Vacuums
The solution to my problem which is located at the lower electrical plug on the long wand was to expermint using a nickel and placing this in an area where the long wand connects with the beater bar section, here there is a gap which allows too much clearance thus losing electrical contact at times and then making contact. A nickel is about .075 thousands thick so I hacksawed a flat piece of metal that was this same thickness, the other dimensions of this little piece are 3/8 inch wide by 5/8 in length, I then forced this little piece in the above mentioned gap which places tension maintaining electrical contact. It works fine now, there is either wear in the electrical contacts plug in, a new lower electrical plug in line will fix this but I can order one later I need to vacuum the whole house so now I can. Jon Olinger
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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