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Replacing motor on eureka multi cyclonic model as2020

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SOURCE: Motor replacement for upright Eureka 4467av

Part # is 60261-11, but Eureka has it No Longer Available. But check with a vacuum repair shop, they should be able to order one for you, but they cost around $80 or so.

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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depends how old it is .if its quit a few years ol i would buy a new one.some of those oplder whirlwinds ar hard to find parts for and some are just not available anymore

Posted on May 05, 2009

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