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Filter Queen accessory power failure
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Post# 201522   9/23/2012 at 13:32 (2,746 days old) by troopersam (Perris)        

The accessory power outlet on my 360 has failed. For those that regularly perform repairs, is this a pretty simple problem to fix?

Thanks in advance!





Post# 201553 , Reply# 1   9/23/2012 at 21:17 (2,746 days old) by kirbykid63 (Wilmington Delaware)        
Yes

The filter queen is easy to disassemble,remove the screws under the handle and lift the dome and replace the socket its simple.

Post# 201570 , Reply# 2   9/24/2012 at 07:13 (2,745 days old) by sbakerde (Millsboro, DE )        
Which outlet?

Do you mean the outlet on the canister or the connection in the hose handle? If your canister outlet isn't working you may need to replace the PC Board.

Post# 201888 , Reply# 3   9/26/2012 at 18:47 (2,743 days old) by troopersam (Perris)        

The outlet on the canister is correct. And replacing a PC board sounds a bit on the pricy side.

Post# 201895 , Reply# 4   9/26/2012 at 19:01 (2,743 days old) by troopersam (Perris)        

Oh, I guess not too pricy.



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