My Miele Solaris vac died on me today and it could be the cordreel assembly, a power switch, or the motor itself. I've done a motor re-install before but it was dead and therefore a straight up replacement. Id like to test the vac with my Flukemeter to see what's up.
Anyone good with vacuum repair and voltage meters? I never quite know how to set up the Fluke to measure. Just don't use it enough.
I don't want to just start replacing stuff on a $800 vacuum. The cordreel died on another Miele S3 we have, and the motor was in my parents' S3.
Edited by alexeinspruch, 02 August 2012 - 01:39 PM.
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