Black & Decker Garden Vacuum Fan

Stock Number: ES1133172

Manufactured by Black & Decker

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 (7 customers)

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Black & Decker Garden Vacuums

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If the fan on your garden vacuum has worn out, this genuine replacement for select Black & Decker garden vacuums will get you back up and running again. Please check the list of appliances prior to ordering this spare part to make sure it will fit your appliance.

This is Black & Decker spares reference: 587955-00

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 (7 customers)
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    By - Surrey

    easy to select correct part when ordering; arrived quickly and very easy to fit! I'll keep a note of this web site for the future
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    By - Stoke on Trent

    This product is as well made as the original, very easy to fit once you work out that the fixing nut is LEFT HANDED so don't loose it
  • Caution - Higher suction???

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    By - France

    The new part arrived just one day before I left for Xmas break, so I fitted the vacuum which was easy to install on the garden vacuum. I then proceeded to vacuum up the leaves in my garden. The performance was very good, it mulched the leaves up very finely. However the suction appears to have increased also to the point that a trajectile was picked up (stone?), which exited through the vacuum casing shooting past my right ear.The replacement blade is different from the original so the question needs answering whether it has been tested with each of the B&D garden vacuums advertised. There is no doubt that the trajectile would have injured me if it had struck me at such force.

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