Thursday, October 08, 2015

PHILIPS CITY LINE SINGAPORE FC8430 VACUUM CLEANER DISASSEMBLING

PHILIPS CITY LINE SINGAPORE FC8430  

VACUUM CLEANER DISASSEMBLING 

DISASSEMBLY- AND RE-ASSEMBLY ADVISE
- First lift and remove the knob and printed knob base and then loosen mounting screws
A.
- Lift the motor housing (item 26) out of the lower housing and take out the cord winder unit.
- To disassemble the cord winder, use TORX screwdriver no. T10, which is one of a set consisting of T20; T15; T10; T9; T8; T7 and T6 .

REPAIR INSTRUCTION
- The spare parts have been standardized as much as possible.
- Cotton dustbags are used in countries where paper dustbags are unobtainable.
- If the reel half spring unit is replaced, shaft
F must be lubricated with silicone grease. Do not apply any silicone grease to or spill any grease on terminals (36) or conductors (35).
- Item 34 is provided with a long cord-winder spring, but both long and short cords can be used in combination with this spring. (L = 9.3 m)
- Depending on the length of the original cord, the spare cord may have to be shortened.
- The cord winder spring must be tensioned to the maximum level and then be rewound approx. 1.5 turn
- The RPM can be adjusted by means of the potentiometer mounted on the PCB (item 25). The RPM is correctly adjusted if the motor starts automatically and continues to run smoothly with the ON/OFF position and the adjustable potentiometer in minimum position.
- If the function of the electronic control unit (item 25) is not required, the Triac must be short-circuited in the manner shown in the circuit diagram.
- When the vacuum cleaner is used to suck up fine dust, the pores of the dustbag may become clogged, causing the passage of air through the dustbag to become obstructed. As a result, the dustbag-full indicator will indicate that the dustbag needs to be replaced, even though the dustbag is not full at all.
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM

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