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Title: Numatic Turbo Head Refurb
Post by: beko1987 on August 19, 2014, 10:30:10 PM
Matthew - This is for you!

For everyone else, I answered a call on Freecycle for some electric numatic turbo head and poles! Seeing signs, I popped and grabbed it yesterday (Well, SWMBO did...)

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-e1b772xaDVU/U_Oe9JS0aaI/AAAAAAAAcOs/dbbf4ViRf50/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-uXqBNIQc3lA/U_OfBgLCNTI/AAAAAAAAcO0/ZKkYyFi0ArI/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-cYeQt0P7fpc/U_OfGScofXI/AAAAAAAAcO8/OyqVcKGYi0Q/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

These come with the Henry Turbo (in red) or the Henry Hound (in Green, I had one new once, my first credit card splurge that I'm still paying for now...)

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-EhOB5QvniOo/U_OfLk2O6EI/AAAAAAAAcPE/cAnzlQTv2k4/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

The brushroll is removed by sliding the red lever across and pulling up. It's a very soft brushroll sadly

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-nGpklLYYzTE/U_OfQLh-iAI/AAAAAAAAcPM/t1nlvsFc0Ng/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Undo all the screws (2 thinner ones at the front) and the top comes off

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-Zi4HAlmOCyA/U_OfVE9InGI/AAAAAAAAcPU/6eA3GgKDJzw/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

The 2 black cables go through to the pole connection, unplug those (polarity doesnt matter)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-TAXw4hp7zp0/U_OfZ0L0tiI/AAAAAAAAcPc/qWWSc3yjLJY/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Brushroll motor and PCB (both unkillable I think!)

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-nH7XrXfGG_Q/U_OffCp25qI/AAAAAAAAcPk/K6calJ2PIoU/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-nGbywKC_-o0/U_Ofjo9n7CI/AAAAAAAAcPs/SIJV75gCnYI/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Both these parts lift off now

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-UdHOGPUzHH4/U_Ofp_6Ei-I/AAAAAAAAcP0/gtXbq27PVRM/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

These are the brushroll axles. Both sides lift off, the belt comes off now too

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-cJCz_91Z49E/U_Ofv2UnnuI/AAAAAAAAcP8/qiAGCfn8Hgk/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-DDWnS9Jha6Y/U_Of2kPo0hI/AAAAAAAAcUs/TCdZH3i8FrQ/s512/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-xNjJfPstmUM/U_Of7Ht7elI/AAAAAAAAcU0/afNS3JayVkU/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

The wheels pop off the underside

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-szCOn0H_fOU/U_OgAoG9WqI/AAAAAAAAcQU/JFBJNVB1i28/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Moving onto the pivot and swivel joint, undo the 2 screws golding the cover plate on, and pop it off from the fatter underside, there's a clip on the top smaller end. 2 screws are inside these holes

(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-ZRQwO044oX0/U_OgFeGIMoI/AAAAAAAAcQc/Qow4tlWq3v8/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

and 2 sit under the swivel joint

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-wIArw47ZkM4/U_OgJasWwkI/AAAAAAAAcQk/7YEO049ee6I/s512/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

and it seperates

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-fQNvizsmo2k/U_OgP4vfAAI/AAAAAAAAcQs/uFka9ylMe6g/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

There's a clip to pop out of the swivel joint, which then seperates everything even more

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-mIun38yFXx8/U_OgWdNtiFI/AAAAAAAAcQ0/iuff4soNgSc/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Everything was washed and dried

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-JVBlNyAoLB4/U_Ogg_-Er7I/AAAAAAAAcRE/2El6NqgKPFc/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-v67lBUK689c/U_OglHe1OrI/AAAAAAAAcRM/YU63195oDpw/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Lots of hair was sat underneath this bit

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-euh5B1bXtbU/U_OgqH4A7zI/AAAAAAAAcRU/sY493z6s9UI/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

The axles go in first

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-_Yzs3ZpRHTE/U_OgvqOcArI/AAAAAAAAcRc/-QtLYWE8mI4/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Then the other slip sits just behind it, and gets clamped down by the top housing

(https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-dBndVPlz96U/U_Og0oGrwVI/AAAAAAAAcRk/UMnb_jpm7uk/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-SClzWMWyYx4/U_Og6s8SMBI/AAAAAAAAcRs/EQI8mHD6dYs/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

Cleaned brushroll

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-FJQAuPZ2ucM/U_OhBDcD7NI/AAAAAAAAcR0/hx0TOPc4bAQ/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-SS5aZqZgRww/U_OhGaGKLyI/AAAAAAAAcR8/SjLVYArwBSI/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

And everything back into place. I put a smear of grease on the contact points in the pivot joint, and on the wheel axles.

Gave it a bit of a polish for the ebay photo's

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-UPq_ifLw7eY/U_OhLC_utGI/AAAAAAAAcSE/rYBGKjQMzH8/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-BW-KO6AwwnI/U_OhQQuJCII/AAAAAAAAcU8/etjykzBJ2Tc/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-4UbyGhO47GA/U_OhWGGwSnI/AAAAAAAAcSU/RxcbjC9SUjc/s800/%255BUNSET%255D.jpg)

And thats how to strip a Numatic turbobrush! Had to butcher the power supply for my scanner to test it though, but it'll crimp together!