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13-04-2018, 10:23 PM
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Re: Problems with A Vax Cordless Vacuum Cleaner.

Hi, thanks for that...looks interesting.
I'll have to look out my taps and dies and see what I can do.
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13-04-2018, 10:31 PM
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Re: Problems with A Vax Cordless Vacuum Cleaner.

Originally Posted by Doug_J ->
Hi, thanks for that...looks interesting.
I'll have to look out my taps and dies and see what I can do.
Good luck Doug, keep me posted on progress......
Mine has been running great for the last six months since I made the modification....
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13-10-2018, 04:59 PM
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Re: Problems with A Vax Cordless Vacuum Cleaner.

hi ogf
have same problem could you send details for fix please

The solution is to fix the steel shaft securely to the plastic housing allowing only the wheel to rotate on the steel shaft. I have drilled and tapped the steel shaft (4BA or similar size) and drilled a clearance hole in the plastic cover and then the steel shaft can be secured to the clear plastic cover with a screw as seen here.....
cheers john
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