Flymo Garden Vacuum Cutting Head

Stock Number: ES1008695

Manufactured by Flymo

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Flymo Garden Vacuums

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Garden Vacuum Cutting Head

If your garden vacuum just isn't cutting the mustard these days, eSpares may have just what you need. This genuine spare cutting head holds the garden vac's shredding line in place when shredding leaves and debris to ensure the smoothest cut possible. You'll soon be tidying your garden with ease again in no time.
 
Genuine spare part suitable for select models of Flymo garden vacs.
 
Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 (20 customers)
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  • OEM replacement

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    By - Deeside

    Compared with the price of the cutting line (pack of 5) this has to be seen as value for money especially as it is a manufacturer's original part. Fitting is straight forward (the tail of the motor armature has a screwdriver slot in it to prevent rotation and the cutting head screws off anti clockwise (viewed from the cutting end) and is separated from the fan. Assembly is the reverse. As there was a bit of wear detected in the motor support I took the opportunity to add plastic shims to the square rubber boot that surrounds the motor to prevent movement of the assembly that might allow the cutting head to rub against the surrounding body (the reason why I had to replace the item in the first place).
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    By - Reading

    Good quality, hoping better than original. Easy to fit and fixed problem of no blow or suck. This due to original part's thread stripping and not driving impeller. Part price is good but postage for size of part is steep but did come is a very large box for it's size.
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    By - east sussex

    Fitted and working well very fast delivery very pleased with all your help and fast delivery

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  • Q What Part 2 Answers

    Motor stopped bowling. found cutting head in vacuum bag no damage to head what part do i need. Thanks (WILKIE)

    By Wilkie - 26 January 2009

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      Check that the Cutting Head fits tightly onto the drive shaft. The drive shaft cuts a thread in the plastic Cutting Head. Mine was stripped. You need to identify the model no. of the Gardenvac to ensure getting the right part

      By kappajo - Cheshire - 05 March 2010

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      Hi Wilkie, in order to find the right part I'll need the model number of your garden vacuum.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 06 March 2009

  • Q How do you remove the broken cutting head from the impeller? 2 Answers

    By mikeatromsey - 12 November 2008

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      Pity a simple photocopy of Sailor's reply wasn't supplied with the spare part. It would have been invaluable.

      By GRUPen - North Wales - 16 March 2011

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      Make sure the machine is switched off and disconnected from the mains supply. You will have to separate the main body sides. Use a Pozidrive screwdriver. Once the main body is in 2 sections, disconnect the 2 power leads from the motor. Remove the motor from the body noting its position first so it goes back the same way. Remove the cap from the top of the motor (this is plastic and just lifts off). The end of the impellor has a screwdriver slot using the correct size screwdriver, and an adjustable spanner on the cutting head, unscrew the broken part and replace with the new. Re-assembly is the reverse of dismantling. Good Luck Sailor.

      By Sailor - South Wales - 18 November 2008