Question about Shop Vac Vacuums
well if you can find the motor ( find a place that deals with the manufacturer directly so you get the right part ) and it isnt to expensive, most shop vacs are pretty easy, if you look under the top you should see about four screws, remove those and the top should come of giving you access to the motor, take note about the wires and what they hook up to. i doubt the motor is fastend down other than that.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
I am not familiar with this model but some of the consumer wet vac models are build with a module and motor as one part. You will need to replace the entire module
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
Yes replacing the link would work, but that would not fix the cause. You have either pulled the wiring to the point of pulling apart the connection or there is a short. Which would be in the way of a grounding effect causing the link to heat and melt. A safty issue to be sure. Check all contact with housing and motor to make sure there is not an underlying problem to start with. Unpluged of course
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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