|Here at Great Vacs we sometimes get asked how you replace a kirby power switch. We are not liable for any mistakes or damages that you may do if you repair this vacuum yourself. Their are many reasons a power switch could go out but the main reason is its one of the few parts of a kirby that are made of plastic.
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The main steps to adjusting the transmission is taking the vacuum apart to be able to get to the transmision. The following steps are how to take it apart.
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With the completion of this step the vacuum is taken apart as far as we need it to be. Now the motor, transmission. and other main parts of the kirby vacuum are exposed.