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The yellow bearing cups in the Electro Plus power head (which is attached to an S758) have partly disintegrated) cannot find a location or purpose for the thin bare wire coming out of the bearing assembly. Thanks, George.

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Posted by leo_bateman on Apr 30, 2008
Power down while vacuuming Comment by leo_bateman, posted on Apr 30, 2008
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