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Motor my motors packed up where can i find where the motor goes as got a new one

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The moter goes under the dust bin and not that easy to get to only if you known what your doing hope this as helped you

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If so, have them check the voltage output of the charger at the plug that goes into the sweeper. Verify that the charger is indeed working ok. Then you will need to check the voltage on the battery pack inside the sweeper to see if your battery is good and holding a charge. A mechanical blockage could be something caught in the vacuum fan blade. You should be able to hold the main part of the sweeper up to your ear so you can hear and then pull the sweeper trigger and see if you can hear the motor try to start. Nothing happening may mean a dead battery pack. Regards, Dennis

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A strong "electrical" smell indicates that the motor is burning out. The cause is possibly worn down brushes resulting in the brush holder/s rubbing against the armature. The motor can be replaced, but I'm not sure what the price would be for parts and labor. You may be better off getting a new one
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However, I'm not going to do this again. The PHV1800 doesn't use a single battery pack, but 2 packs that have to be assembled with very little room for error. You can purchase a combination battery pack/motor assembly for $75 (US currency, price currect as of 10/2011), unscrew the screws that hold the vacuum together, and replace the battery/motor unit as one.

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Hi there,

Well first of all you may check that the charger (adapter) is working or not, you may use a volt meter to check it out or use another charger to make sure....... further you may follow the step below -
1. Remove the battery pack from Vacuum.
2. Hold down the power button for five seconds.
3. Reinstall the battery to reset the system.
4. Plug the Charger directly into vacuum.
5. Charge the battery untill the power light is solid green again and keep the vacuum on the charger for an additional 72 hours (3 days). Important: Do NOT interrupt this charging cycle.
If further you have the same problem it means it's time to change the old battery with new one.

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Here is a copy of the manual for your vacuum

www.thinkvacuums.com/pdf/uprights/Westinghouse-WST1600A.pdf

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Won't charge and barely makes a humming noise


if you have a cheep avo meter check that the charger is charging. it should be charging about 6 volts or so DC volts? just set the meter to DC volts at 20 volts and hold the two probs on the points meter should move up, if not revers probs and try again, if not charging, get new one, but its more likly to be the battry pack in the hover gone bust on you, there a pack of ni-cads and will only last a year or so on charge,
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