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Rewiring a Henry Hoover

I want to rewire my Henry hoover to blow instead of ****, I'm assuming swapping the wires around will just make the motor turn backwards, blowing air out the hose. I can't find any circuit schematics on the web though, so I don't want to connect it and blow any components I wasn't expecting to be in there. Anyone have a circuit diagram or done this before?

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No it wont work it wont make any difference , the field coil connections have to be altered , suggest buy a george it has a place to screw the pipe on to blow

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Henry hoover doesnt require a bag!

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Ignoring for the moment the fascinating question of why you would actually want to do this...  I'm sorry to tell you it won't work. Swapping the wires over will make no difference.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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