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Hi there! If the spray trigger is stuck try removing and replacing the handle. Remove the two screws that attach the handle. Slide the handle off. Inspect the two rods inside of the handle for damages. Make sure both rods are pulled down. Replace handle and two screws. If the spray trigger is still stuck or if the rods were damaged in any way a replacement handle may be needed. If so I have included a link where you may purchase a replacement handle. Search Results Good luck!
If it 'came' off it's just a matter of re-attaching it. You weren't very clear in your post. If it 'broke' off, then it's best to order a new top from your dealer. If the unit was something you just picked up at a yard sale. See if you can find another.
Hey there! Sounds like you have no tension in your trigger. This could mean a problem with the trigger spring or control rod in the handle. Try reassembling the handle. Remove the two handle screws and slide the handle up and off. Inspect the control rods for damages. They should be the same length. Make sure they are pulled down as well. Reassemble the handle. If the trigger still has no tension but the cleaner dispenses from the hose, a replacement handle may be needed. To replace the handle, follow the link below. Search Results
Hi! There is a handle screw that attaches the handle to the vacuum that prevents the handle from coming out. I have included a link where you may go to purchase the handle screw if your vacuum is missing it. Hope this helps!
You don't have to "remove" the handle from the hose to attach other attachments, just depress the tab at the end of the hose and pull the upper wand loose then use the "adapter" to use the dusting brush or simply snap the crevice tool in place to use. If the handle won't come loose from the upper wand, then the described "tab" needs replaced as it's locking up the parts. Hope that helps!
Hi! Below is step-by-step instructions for attaching your crevice tool.
1. Place unit in an upright position. Push release button forward, then pull handle from unit.
2. Remove floor tool from nozzle.
3. Attach crevice tool by inserting into nozzle. To remove gently pull apart.
The cord is attached to the handle. Putting the handle up is probably stretching or pulling on the cord. The cord may be bad or where the cord goes into the vacuum is called the switch. The cord may not be making go
do contact with the switch, check these areas first
To remove the long handle with cord attached, there is a press button at the bottom near the top of the vacuum body.. Mine is covered with plastic with press written on it.. You just press the button and pull the handle off.. takes a bit of force to pull the handle out... Lee in Australia
HI.These are the steps that may be helpful since you haven't describe the brand of your unit.Open the storage door at the front of the vacuum.Redmove the powered hand tool. Set it aside.Unsnap and remov any attachmets at the attachment storage area.Unclip and remove the wands from the vacuum and set aside.Pull the end of the hose from the hosed tube rack.Twist the other end of the hose from the dirt duck tube.Remove the hose.Unscrew the back of the handle.If you can't remove ,it is held tightly with nbuts located at the back of the compartment bag.Pull the handle carefully from the vacuum.If it has a non built cord wrap,slidethe wrap straight up from the handle too detach it before removing the handle.Once done assemble back.Thank you for choosing fiXYA.
yes the handle is clipped in place and should come out when the button in front is pushed. Remove the screws you wrote about. After that the puzzle begins. At the bottom of the vacuum where the head is attached, remove the head by pressing the button. This same button now needs to be pressed all the way through while pulling on the top of the motor base. The outer shell will slide off while the motor stays attached to the part where the bag is attached. After this the entire motor is revealed and the brushes can easily be replaced. Hope this helps. J. Franklin / Former salesman