Introduction

Is your power cord frayed or damaged? Follow this guide to replace it.

  1. Insert the back of a plastic opening tool into one of the beater holes
    • Insert the back of a plastic opening tool into one of the beater holes

    • Apply force to pull the circular plastic part off.

    • If necessary, use the other side of the plastic opening tool to pry the circular plastic part off.

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  2. Use a plastic opening tool to remove the speed knob.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to remove the speed knob.

    • Pop up the panel with a plastic opening tool.

    • Use a plastic opening tool to pry the white plastic switch assembly out.

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    • Use a Phillips 2 screwdriver to remove the two 20.0mm screws that hold the bottom plastic piece.

    • Your screwdriver may not be long or narrow enough to reach the screws in these holes. If that's the case, use another screwdriver.

    • Remove the bottom plastic piece using a plastic opening tool.

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    • Using a Phillips 2 screwdriver, remove the three 20.0mm screws holding the motor assembly in place.

    • Use your hands to remove the motor assembly and circuit board.

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    • Firmly grip the circuit board, and using pliers, remove the black and white power cord connectors from the circuit board.

    • Some force may be required. Be careful not to cut yourself on any electrical components.

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    • Using a plastic opening tool, remove the white plastic clip on the inside of the bottom plastic piece.

    • Once it's loose, remove it with your fingers.

    • Pull the power cord through the hole.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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