Question about Hoover Vacuums
The majority of hoovers do not have reset buttons. Some vacuums that do, have one that only controls the brush roller when they are run by a separate motor. I would really need the machines model number to properly answer your question.
Although they do not have "reset" buttons, most do have thermal resets. If the vacuum motor overheats. Turn off, unplug and wait for 1 hour or more for the thermalfuse to "reset" itself. Also, clean or replace all bags/filters because that's usually the cause of overheat in the first place.
Also, vacuums go dead for a number of electrical reasons. Many of the Hoover uprights have an internal switch in the upper body below the handle that commonly fails and needs replaced.
Hope this helps.
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