Second on the above, I fixed mine with a long self tapping screw, the shaft the lever broke off of is hollow from the forming process, you need a screw big enough to cut into that. You also need to move the lever around as well as the door to find out where the lever has to be in relation to the shaft. Just study it a while, it'll come. Oh, the vacum motors snap out, they are on a U shaped bayonet type mount, you will need to remove the one once you start working on it and get the lever reattached. You need to hook the end of the vac motor on the lever first then snap it into the mount. Oh, and it should have a little clip on it to hold in place.