Model #11620813003 KENMORE Vacuum, Canister

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Q:

How do I get at the wire harness in the extension wand of my Kenmore vacuum 116.20813003?

A:

You likely have an open fuse. The fuse is now a replaceable part. The fuse is made into the Terminal Cover. The Terminal Cover/Fuse is part # 8191782.

I added the direction on how to access the fuse/terminal cover in the image below. I also added a link to Sears Parts Direct with the fuse/terminal cover already looked up for you.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
June 01, 2009
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Joey, I have a bad wand fuse on my Kenmore canister vacuum cleaner (model #: 116.20812007). I've removed the terminal cover/Fuse, and it looks exactly like the one shown in the photo in your June 1, 2009 post. Only problem is that the parts diagram for this vac doesn't shown the cover/fuse to be a replaceable part; only the part number of the entire wand (part #: 4370972)is shown in the diagram. Do you happen to know whether part 8191782 would fit my vac? Also, I'm wondering what caused the original fuse to go bad. I don't believe I have a short in my Powermate head because the problem seem to be intermittent until recently. What's your view on this? Thanks in advance for help. Regards, Pat

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Pat -
December 22, 2012
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How do I install part number 4370563 on my Kenmore vacuum cleaner?

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I assume that you already have the swivel pulled out of the canister. The first image below shows a tab that holds the hose connection cover in place. There is one on each side of the swivel. There is a possibility that you can rotate the hose connection cover to release the ridge shown in the third image from the clip in the first image. The ridge coincides with the seam in the plastic of the hose connection cover. It would take significant force to twist the ridge off of the clip. If you are not able to release the hose connection cover by twisting it, you can use small flat tip screw drivers to release it from the clips as shown in the second image to pry the hose cover off. This is not an easy task. These tips should help you release the cover. You can then disconnect the wires and replace the component.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
May 01, 2009

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