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Is there a diagram on how to position the wires inside the elbow. I just ordered and received a new elbow and can't get the two small wires position back to put it together

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  • jlkowerysr Sep 23, 2014

    I need e information.Did you get the whole elbow or just the wire harness? Where are you tring to put th wires,inide the elbow or inside the power noze?

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The hose is blocked, how do I get it off to unblock?


Hey, this is Tristan with Crucial Vacuum,

In order to remove the hose to start unblocking it, do the following:
1. Put the vacuum in the upright position
2. Press the release button of the telescopic wand and remove the handle from the hose
3. Push the hose elbow downward into the catch hooks.
4. Undo the suction hose by twisting it at the elbow.

If the blockage isn't in this location you can do the following to search further for blockages:

5. Open the service flap on the back of the vacuum.
6. Unscrew the screws and pull the cover free.

Below I have attached a link to the users manual for the Miele S7210. You should refer to page 30 to view the diagrams pertaining to my suggestions.

http://www.sylvane.com/media/documents/products/miele-s7210-twist-upright-vacuum-users-manual.pdf
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I hope this was helpful! If you would like further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at 877.750.9239. We have helpful and friendly customer care representatives on the line ready to assist you.

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You need to remove the cover of the nozzle housing. Remove the screws from the bottom to gain access to the elbow. Remove the screws holding the elbow in place, take notice of where all wires go to insure you hook it all back up correctly.

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The elbow can be disassembled by removing the two screw covers. You will need a flat head and small star. Also, you need to release the retaining clip on the back of the elbow. You will have to remove the elbow completely if it needs replacement. You will then have to remove the top cover of your power nozzle. That is easily done by removing all screws in the bottom base of your nozzle. Once you remove your cover you should see 2-4 screws holding in the elbow

When you remove the cover, you will see metal contact rings and two contacts. If one of them isn't contacting the ring your power nozzle will not turn on. You can try shaping it back into place but from experience the new revised elbow that does away with that kind of connectivity is a lot more effective. The new elbow runs about $40-$60. Between eBay and Aerus Electrolux Dealer.


http://www.ezvacuum.com/electrolux-power-nozzle-elbow-assembly-graywhite-p-3542.html

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