How to replace the motor on a Numatic Henry vacuum cleaner

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    How to replace the motor on a Numatic Henry vacuum cleaner
  2. Safety first remove the plug from the mains socket
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  3. Tools required Phillips screwdriver
  4. Release the 2 side clips and separate the cleaner.
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  5. Turn the motor housing upside down.
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  6. Using the phillips screwdriver remove 4 screws
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  7. Carefully turn the motor housing the right way up and remove the outer casing. 
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  8. Outer casing removed.
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  9. Remove the cable spool.
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  10. Cable spool removed
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  11. Using the phillips screwdriver Remove 3 screws.
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  12. Remove the blanking cover.
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  13. Remove the switch from the housing.
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  14. Make a note of the wires ( A photograph is useful) and remove them. 
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  15. Remove the motor casing.
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  16. Lift and remove the motor.
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  17. Motor removed
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  18. Remove the 2 rubber buffers and set aside
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  19. Rubber buffers removed
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  20. Take the new motor from its package ensuring its correct for the appliance.
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  21. Fit rubber buffers to new motor.
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  22. Place new motor into base
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  23. Replace motor casing ensuring no wires are trapped
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  24. Refit and tighten 3 screws
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  25. Refit the wires to the switch and fit the switch back into its housing.
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  26. Refit the blanking cover.
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  27. Blanking plate in place
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  28. Replace 4 roller wheels
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  29. Roller wheels in position
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  30. Carefully replace cable spool.
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  31. Replace outer casing
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  32. Replace outer casing and relocate cable entry.
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  33. Turn motor housing upside down and replace 4 screws and tighten.
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  34. Replace motor housing onto base and secure
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Disclaimer: The information provided has been prepared as a guide only and the steps taken are likely to vary for different appliance models. We strongly recommend using a qualified engineer to undertake major repairs and fault finding.


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