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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is there a Johnstone Supply in your area? How about an ACE Hardware. A vacum repair place? Sewing machine repair place?
If you have the data, ACE or Johnstone should be able to help you. Don't discount other electrical supply places. You will not get help at a big box place.
When I Googled "Filter Queen parts", I found lots of places on the WWW. There must be something close to you.
Give it a try. Let me know if this works for you.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
SOURCE: spin brush will not spin
There is a plastic rod that sticks out of the back of the spin brush, this makes all of the brushes rotate. The motor would need to be replaced if it was not turning on anymore. this doesn't sound right...?
I think it is just a broken piece of plastic on the block brush which will need to be replaced.
You can find a schematic and the parts you need on this link
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
I am so sick and tird of this happening to me- it seems like the sammlest things cause my brusj motor to stop. It has happend 4 times, 3 of which were covered under warrenty and cost $80 in shipping to have fixed everytime!!! I am now out of warrenty and refuse to pay that kind of money for a machine that was alreaydy over priced. So I would love to know if you found an answer to your question...
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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If it fills with water it is probably not the door lock suggesting a fault with the programmer or motor. If you are getting a voltage to the motor and it is not turning, the motor is likely to be your fault.
Motors can be replaced or new brushes may be all that you need but you are likely to have to take the motor out to check it as they are not usually easy to get to. Brushes are relatively cheap (£5 - £10) but can be difficult to find and a new motor probably around £50.
If you are able to tackle the repair yourself is worthwhile trying the brushes (but be prepared for the repair to take several days to get the parts unless you have a local repair shop around the corner that carries parts). A problem with the windings of the motor would require a new motor in any case.
If you get someone in I expect they would change the motor and not mess about with brushes. An experienced repairman should be able to fit a new motor in an hour and if you outline the problems and they bring a spare motor along with them the cost to repair is likely to be of the order or £100 - £150 (say £80 callout and £50 motor).
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