Introduction

Using a PH00 screwdriver, wire cutters and a soldering station, this guide will show the steps necessary to replace the ball motor.

  1. Remove one 9.2mm (0.36 in) screw using the PH00 screwdriver.
    • Remove one 9.2mm (0.36 in) screw using the PH00 screwdriver.

    • Remove the battery cover by pulling it away from the vacuum once the 9.2mm (0.36 in) screw is removed.

  2. Remove batteries from the vacuum by pulling them out and away from the vacuum.
    • Remove batteries from the vacuum by pulling them out and away from the vacuum.

    • Remove all seven 9.2mm (0.32 in) screws on the back of the vacuum.

    • Remove the front side covers by pulling them away from the vacuum.

    • Separate the battery compartment from the ball and bead cylinder by sliding the vacuum ball away from the battery compartment.

    • Separate the bead cylinder and the fan compartment by pulling the bead cylinder away from the fan compartment.

    • Remove beads from the container.

    • Remove the three 11.5mm (0.45 in) screws at bottom of bead cylinder container using the PH00 screwdriver.

    • Remove the bead cylinder and motor mount from the vacuum ball.

    • Separate the motor mount from the bead cylinder by pulling the motor mount away from the bead cylinder.

    • Separate the fan from the motor shaft by pulling the fan away from the motor.

    • Cut the wires to the faulty motor using wire cutters.

    • Remove and replace the faulty ball motor with a new one.

    • Solder the new ball motor's wires to the vacuum's wires which were previously cut.

Conclusion

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

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