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Finally Got The Cord Changed On My Sanitare!!!
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Post# 188942   7/7/2012 at 19:32 (2,824 days old) by henriquesousa7 (California)        

Thanks To TheVacuumGuy and The Vacuum Cleaner Hospital In My Native Turlock, California

I Finally Got The Job Done!!!!:)

Little That I Knew That It Also Needed New Carbon Brushes!





Post# 188943 , Reply# 1   7/7/2012 at 19:33 (2,824 days old) by henriquesousa7 (California)        

I Don't Know Why But I Love To Leave A Little Bit Of Slack On The Cord.

Post# 188944 , Reply# 2   7/7/2012 at 19:34 (2,824 days old) by henriquesousa7 (California)        

The Nice New Cord No Nicks Or Cuts!!

Post# 188960 , Reply# 3   7/7/2012 at 21:44 (2,824 days old) by eurekastar (Amarillo, Texas)        

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Very nice!  Doesn't it feel great to be able to do those things on your own?  Sanitaires are great vacuums too!


Post# 188965 , Reply# 4   7/7/2012 at 22:18 (2,824 days old) by henriquesousa7 (California)        

You're Sure Right! But I Really Wish I Had More Carpet In My House But Never The Less I Still Have Lot Of Rugs and The Living Room and My Parents Room Have Carpet! I Love Hearing It Beat The Carpet and The Sound Of The Metal Motor!

Post# 188993 , Reply# 5   7/8/2012 at 07:33 (2,823 days old) by raycarter (Taylor, Michigan)        

Actually it's very wise to leave slack in the cord when you are wrapping it (particularly at the point where the cord emerges from the cleaner), to prevent unnecessary strain on the wiring or connectors. You have a fine cleaner there, and it's commendable to see that you take such good care of it.

Post# 188997 , Reply# 6   7/8/2012 at 08:27 (2,823 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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I'd never thought of leaving slack in the cord, I always wind mine up tightly. I'll be sure to rectify that in future!

Post# 189578 , Reply# 7   7/11/2012 at 20:25 (2,820 days old) by vacuumfan96 (Oxford, MI)        
sanitaire

your very welcome! i too love the sound of the metal motors and the vg2! it could almost put me to sleep lol! i am getting the newer style st outer bag for my franken eureka. pretty much a sanitaire!

Post# 190203 , Reply# 8   7/16/2012 at 16:35 (2,815 days old) by Durango159 (State College, PA)        

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I completely agree, leaving slack in cords is highly recommended. Tight cords can start to fray and have problems at connection over time. Also depending on how you wind, the cord may lean and kink a certain direction if pulled tight. Anyone who uses a power head canister, in particular older style without the cord built into the wands needs to leave slack in the bottom, or else someday down the road, you'll find yourself with wirecutters and electrical time, splicing and repair frayed or broken wires.

Post# 193302 , Reply# 9   8/4/2012 at 23:05 (2,796 days old) by vacuumman206 ()        

I usually don't even like winding the cord up, especially on machines with those stiff, almost plastic cords, because they become molded in a certain position and make cleaning hard. But most of the time I have to due to not having room to have the cords dangling everywhere.




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