I'm trying to get a replacement for the little round brush that came with the vacuum. I have been to numerous websites and most don't have pictures. I went to the Nilfisk site and got the part number, ordered it, and it's a round brush alright, but has two prongs that need to insert into a tube and they are bigger than the tube on the vacuum, so the part is useless. Anyone know a part number for the little round brush accessory that came with the original purchase? And where to get one?
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You are probably right. There is not enough air flow around the motor. It uses the air from the vacuum as the cooling air.
There is a secondary filter after the first filter bag. You may think the bag is not full and don't think you need to change. Sometimes the material you vacuum is so fine that it will clog the filter bag. I've done it vacuuming sheetrock sanding dust. Then just below the main filter is the secondary filter. Depending on the age and amount of use, there could be other problems. Motor brushes about to fail. A wire connection that separates as temperatures rise. Then reconnects when "cool". Plug end may be a problem. Its connection to the switch. The switch it'self could be.
Hi There, If you could provide the model number of the machine that would help. However as a general rule if it is the motor bearings you are after then normally you replace the entire motor. If it is the roller brush you are needing bearings for you can get them from any bearing supplies store. If you are looking for any nilfisk parts in Australia then vacuumspot is the go.
It could be a few issues. It could be a thermister switch, carbon brushes or electrical. you could take it to a repair shop with free estimates. This way they will diog. the problem and might be able to save you some $$$$$
Hi there SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au here. I am a nilfisk vacuum agent and although i havent actually worked on one exactly the same as yours there are no Nilfisk with any kind of washable filters at all. I think you will have to replace it. If you are in Australia i can check out the cost of replacement filters for you just drop me an email with the exact model number. Hope this helps. Happy Vacuuming :)
most likely the hose is blocked, drop a coin down it to confirm. You are best to replace the filters, they are not very expensive; though they are not likely to be the cause of your nilfisk over heating