Flymo Garden Vacuum Impeller Fan

Stock Number: ES1006583

Manufactured by Flymo

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Has your garden vacuum's impeller fan worn out? This replacement impeller fan is a genuine Flymo spare part manufactured especially for the 'GardenVac EV650' garden vacuum.

Short part number: 5117740-67
This is Flymo spares reference: 5117740679

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  • Q Fitting the impeller fan. 1 Answer

    I purchased the above item recently and when I fit it the vac starts off okay but then the impeller tightens up and jams on the base of the unit. I have tried placing a couple of washers between the motor and the impeller fan and it still tightens down. I have also tried leaving the lock nut off but it still tightens down again. Can you help me, please. Fraser Beard

    By Beard - Australia - 30 June 2010

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      Unfortunately we cannot give out technical advice. Please contact Flymo directly or an engineer for support with this problem.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 30 June 2010

  • Q can i come and pick the part up myself from your company ? 1 Answer

    By mack - 21 November 2008

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      Hi Mack We stock over 300,000 parts, and therefore use warehouses all over the country - not just in London. We don't have a customer facing shop at any of these warehouses either so couldn't deal with any transactions that aren't web based. If you order using our secure, encrypted web service, this impeller will be with you in 6-8 weeks. Apologies for the long wait, this is a special part which will need to be ordered from a special supplier.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 26 November 2008

  • Q What is the diameter of this product in INCHES. 0 Answers

    By Anonymous - United States - 23 December 2010