CARBON BRUSHES for vacuum cleaners

In general, carbon brushes are replacable at least once
in the life of a good quality motor.
Since over the years manafacturers may switch motor styles and even different brands, these examples are only general.

                If you have these brands of vacuums you will likly have this motor style, and this shape carbon brush.                                                 

       HOUSEHOLD AND LIGHT COMMERCIAL
 

   ADVANCE       BEAUMARK       COMPACT     DUSTBANE  EUREKA   
  FILTER QUEEN      KENMORE   G.E.   LEWYT    MICHAELS      
 NUMATIC   REGINA    SINGER    TASKI  BORA     TREND VAC     TRISTAR     VIKING

 

 

     

                                                                                       

 LAMB electric carbons

 LAMB top load narrow
This carbon fits all top load motors
(wire attaches to top of tube)
$14.95 CDN pr
LAMB top load narrow
This carbon fits all top load motors
(wire attaches to top of tube)
not HI-PERF.
$14.95 CDN pr
LAMB top load wider
This carbon fits all top load motors
(wire attaches to top of tube)
 HI-PERF.
$18.95 CDN pr
 
LAMB top load wider
This carbon fits top load motor
116-765 00
previous carbon may be used if this one not available. (softer)
check mod. #
$18.95 CDN pr
LAMB earlier design
side and bottom load.
split carbons no longer available
$24.95 CDN pr
LAMB newer design
carbons are visible on top of motor.
There are two different carbons
for these style motors.
check mod. #

$28.95 CDN pr

                          

-                    BUILTIN AND HEAVY COMMERCIAL

 

   ADVANCE   ALL CANADA VAC    BEAM     CLARK    COBEX   DUSTBANE     EUREKA    ELECTROLUX    EASYFLO     FILTEX    
G.E.    HOOVER     HAYDEN      KENMORE     M VAC      NINJA     NUMATIC   SHOP-VAC     SINGER   TASKI BORA   
                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

           


       See our page Q + A 116 765
 for general info on motor rebuilding and trouble-shooting LAMB MOTORS