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Aerus Lux 9000 Guardian Canister Vacuum Cleaner no. C134F

Electrolux Canister Vacuum

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#1 7Katz

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Posted 09 September 2011 - 04:53 PM

Grasshopper seeks manual for same. Have machine apart; not sure if motor impeller cowling is sealed. I was able to remove it from the motor. Attempting to take cowling off. I do not want to damage the unit. Cutting (lathe) is very last option. I have tried oil, (some) heat, puller device, tapping with drift pins. Nothing has budged the cover. Lots of dirt, dust and rust inside. I am doing an overall repair and cleaning. Any suggestions? I can send image if that will help.

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A confused grasshopper



PS: Serial no. is B 19605 K

Edited by 7Katz, 09 September 2011 - 04:54 PM.


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