Haha no, I’ve just been going through some threads to get a better idea of what’s posted and what tweaks/policies we may need. Sometimes to support the thread starter and posters I ‘like’ all of the posts I see in the thread up to that point too
Make the most of it Dex as I won’t be able to do it forever
@Baz46 Sadly WD40 has not helped, I found an old “mole grip” in my tool box, (tool box is an exaggeration, plastic tray thing with a variety of mangled screwdrivers, pliers, a hammer, and some other bits that I have no idea what they are, wouldn’t have known what mole grip was if it didn’t have name on the side) and still couldn’t get broken wheel bit out. Will ask my kind brother in law if he can do it, otherwise new cleaner beckons. Thanks for trying to help anyhows.
@Maver-rik You are welcome to what help I could give.
That’s a shame you couldn’t do it especially as even using molegrips doesn’t move it. I found the YouTube video below on how to change a wheel and it seems so easy that I wonder if your’s the same Henry Hoover? By the look of it on the video there’s a Philips screw that has to be removed and then the wheel seemed very easy to remove. Best of luck with any continuing efforts anyway.
Can you access where the wheel’s stub fits in from inside the wastebag housing? If it looks like you, nor anyone else can get it out, might be wirth drilling into it so you can stick a nail or something it and hammer the bloody thing out? Last resort, obviously!!