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I couldn't come up with the part# or even who manufacturers Betty Crocker's appliances. I do notice on their website (bettycrockerstore.com) that they have an email contact for help with replacement parts. It is on the contact page. Under 'select a subject', choose 'product information'. "Help with replacement parts" is the second option. There is also an 800 number and a mailing address listed. Here is the site:
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First, insert the black plastic control valve all the way into the hole. Make sure that the rounded face with the cut in it is facing toward the tall part of the chamber/hole where you inserted the valve. Try to line up the dial with where the threads would enter the cut in the valve. Hint: the hole in the center of the dial will go over the tall part of the chamber wall. Once you believe you have it aligned correctly, replace the plastic body cover and keep the dial out of the body cover. Just put in the screw on the side the dial is on, so if it is not aligned properly, you can remove the cover more quickly. Once you have the body screwed down, screw the dial into the hole and it should align easily with the valve in the hole. If not, remove the body cover, and try to realign the valve again. Repeat until you get the dial to screw in easliy.
I just did this today because I had to fix a customer's unit. It took me about 20 minutes or so to figure it out, but I finally got it. I was hoping your question had an answer to it when I got on here, but at least I got it figured out anyway. Hope this helps! That is if you still have this unit...
The top and bottom of the canister need to be separated to gain access. I don't recommend this being done by the owner as it is tricky taking it apart, and even trickier reassembling it. Please take it to an authorized Aerus Electrolux store for a trained service tech to repair.
I've seen many vacuum come in to the shop due to the owner being unable to put it back together, putting it together incorrectly , and/or having broken pieces.
First, turn dial on top of vacuum counter-clockwise so the smallest dot lines up with the arrow. See if it stays on. If not, detach hose and turn vacuum on. Place palm of hand over intake. If it turns off, it's possible that the tubes connecting to the CVA (control valve assembly) are clogged and simply need cleaned. This should be performed at an authorized Aerus Electrolux store only.
Second, check the afterfilter. This should be changed after every six bags. It's located beneath the tool caddy on the back of the machine. Press in the tab and lift tool caddy. If the filter is dirty, remove and replace. If you're out, try running the vacuum with no afterfilter.
I mentioned the CVA earlier, and a broken or worn out CVA will cause the vacuum to not start/run. This is an internal part and needs to be replaced by an authorized Aerus Electrolux service tech. Use the same check as above; detach hose, switch vacuum on. If it doesn't come on, it's most likely a bad CVA.
Can you verify the model number? However, based on your posted description, it sounds like the flat belt is either broken or fell off. to access the belts turn it over and remove the bottom plate (4 screws). the Flat belt will connect to the motor shaft in the back and the large black pulley.
Shark steamer that the light is not on and will not heat up. I have found that there is a in line slow blow fuse in side. replace this fuse IF you can find one and the steamer will work. If you let the unit run dry and leave the unit on it will get hot and blow the fuse!
I am looking for the fuse myself. good luck! Dan FL.
there is two C clips on the pin that must be removed first. then the pin will come out. if you need a picture of this or have any other trouble feel free to let me know. I also stock those foot pedals if you need one.
Is the shaft still on the brush block, if it broke off, then replace the block. if it is ok, then the turbine(#13) is most likely the problem. It is what drives the brushs. You may be able to take the turbine apart and clean it, if that doesn't work the replace it.
You will have to remove the top, the knob screws on but has a stop tab. Is the plastic below the knob ok, if not then you need to replace the top cover. After you replace the knob, then put the piston on from underneath, have it set to water only selection, then put the top cover back on.