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Posted by Anonymous on
Brilliant! Thank you so much. This worked with a Telios 1700, after a little searching for screws, 2 of them in deep holes in the handle, 1 inside at the base of the small spring under the plate switch on the mains switch side. Thanks so much!
Posted on Sep 28, 2017
Remove the 4 screws in the Dust Bag compartment.
Remove the Power button and Cord-rewind botton. This involves using a screwdriver or knife to open/undo a plastic clip located under the bittons near the gril in the top-centre-back of the hover.
When holding the clip back, slide the button towards the bottom of the hover (IE: away from the bag compartment) till it pops out (this can be fiddley).
This will then reveal 4 more screws (within the springs and near the grill).
Then prise the hover open to reveal the motor and power-switch.
Posted on Feb 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: telios 2000
This is normally caused by restricted airflow, causing the heat sensor switch to trip. Please make sure the hose and bag are not clogged, verifying you have good suction and airflow to the hose end when you initially turn it on. The heat sensor switch is intended to shut off the motor if sufficient cooling air is not present.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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