On Saturday, 3 April 2010 11:43:27 UTC+1, Peter Twydell wrote:
This happened to our machine, no blockages, the trigger mechanism needs a
5p piece putting underneath the trigger - pull out the orange securing cli
p from the base of the handle, lift off the handle and place a 5p piece on
top of the release button (you might want to put a bit of blue tack under t
o hold secure), re assemble the handle and no more problems!! Bryan
On 13/10/13 15:03, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
alternatively get a warranty replacement part. we now have about half
ours replaced under warranty.
It truly is an even bigger peice of shit than the dyson SWMBO also bought.
By making a nuisance of yuourself with VAX they MIGHT just realise a
better design would save them money. Though I doubt it.
(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) – a system of government where the least capable to
Its always the small design things that ruin a good design though. I have a
Vax vacuum, and the three main idiot design decisions are.
Cleaner too low to the floor resulting in any raised areas like carpet
securing strips at doorways gouging lumps out of the bottom
Rotating brush tool that has its swivel made of such thin plastic that it
breaks off most of the timees you use it
Terribly designed muck container that needs such precise alignment to
replace that it needs some minutes and lots of swearing to get the thing
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On Saturday, April 3, 2010 at 11:43:27 AM UTC+1, Peter Twydell wrote:
had same problem what I did was remove the brushes and bottom one with I th
ink its 7 spinning brushes underneath is a fitting look like a large allen
key socket turn upside down and fill this socket with malt vinegar at first
didn't move few seconds later the vinegar had gone fill it again .
next put cleaner right way up no brushes plug in switch on and press trigge
r water should then come through, testing this should be over sink as spray
could make a mess. hope this helps a lot of other as it did me.
all the best Peter
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