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Hoover Senior Ranger UK U 4064 Suppressor ussue
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Post# 413030   8/23/2019 at 08:58 by tommymilan (milano)        

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Dear friends,
very sorry for not having posted anything for a while but I'm back with a problem I'd like to ask you suggestions for easy resolution.
As it might have happened to many of you guys, the supprssor of one of my Hoover seniors exploded some time ago and I removed it; Could any of you kindly tell me, even posting a drawing or a diagram, how to bypass it? Is it necessary to do something different than just removing the blown out suppressor and reconnect the four wires accordingly ( two wires going in, two out). Maybe you Roger IBAISAIC?
Any reply will be much appreciated. Tired of explosions and being in the digital era I'd like to remove suppressors from all of my Hoover cleaners.
Thank you in advance,
Tommy


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Post# 413059 , Reply# 1   8/24/2019 at 11:17 by gsheen (Cape Town South Africa)        

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Hi Tommy
How are you.
It's a easy fix, simply remove the suppressor by connecting the in going to the out going wires using a connector block.just dont connect the in going wires together. I will post a pic a little later for you


Post# 413064 , Reply# 2   8/24/2019 at 19:45 by tommymilan (milano)        

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Thank you! But... Iím posting pics of the cleaners opened!
Thanks
Tommy


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Post# 413073 , Reply# 3   8/25/2019 at 09:33 by gsheen (Cape Town South Africa)        

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Hi Tommy
You can connect the wires with the plastic caps to each other and the two with out the plastic caps to each other


Post# 413095 , Reply# 4   8/26/2019 at 10:30 by tommymilan (milano)        

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ok I will do it and let you know!!!
Thank you very much for the suggestion!
Tommy


Post# 413242 , Reply# 5   8/30/2019 at 12:09 by gsheen (Cape Town South Africa)        

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Hi Tommy
did you come right ?


Post# 413256 , Reply# 6   8/31/2019 at 03:45 by tommymilan (milano)        

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Hello Gareth,
yes I succeded, I had to extend one of the wires a little bit using mmamuth connectors to make it lay more comfortably, but it works hust fine!
Thank you very much for your assistence!
Tommy





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