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Post# 109758   9/29/2010 at 18:47 (3,304 days old) by motojoejo (MO)        

A while back, my friend Joe22 posted about a sucker that took his Grandma's 1970 Hoover Convertible to a vacuum repair crook and got taken for a ride. I asked that the old motor be taken care of as the bearings were getting dry and the brush roll worn. When I got the vacuum back it sounded winding and shrill and picked up poorly. After two years I got the nerve to try andfix it myself and found a small rusty Eureka motor in side. I completely replaced to motor with a new Hoover guardsman motor and it was an amazing fit. I'm happy to say the vacuum runs amazingly well and will last another 40 years with out a problem.




Post# 109776 , Reply# 1   9/29/2010 at 20:19 (3,304 days old) by joe22 ()        
glad your here now

mister...




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