Question about Vacuums
What I'm hearing is the canister(Not the Powerhead) portion of the unit is running all the time unless you unplug it. this problem could be caused by a short in one of your low voltage lines running through the house. To determine that just unplug one/both low voltage lines from the canister, and plug it back into the recepticle. If it doesn't start up then you figured out that it is in the house somewhere and not the unit. If it is in the house I would check for water in the valves, or you're just gonna have to chase down the short. If the unit is still running with the low voltage wires disconnected then it is probably the relay on the board, which means you will need a new board unless you're expereinced at soldering and want give it a try replacing just the relay. Which you'll probably need a new board by the time you're done anyhow. LOL
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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