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see this causes and fix it. God bless you If the vacuum cleaner motor does not run the motor itself might be
burned out. Check the power switch first to be sure the motor can get
power. Then, be sure the motor shaft can turn freely, that nothing is
obstructing it. If the motor can turn freely and is getting power but
still won't run it will need to be replaced If the vacuum cleaner motor doesn't run the on - off switch might be
turned off or defective. Test the switch with an Ohm meter or continuity
My Hoover F7458-900 was doing the same thing, brushes not turning and since it is about 7 years old and out of warrenty I decided I had nothing to lose so I took it apart after reading all the other posts on this problem. The brushes are actually turned by a turbine motor (no belts involved) that runs off air produced by the vaccum motor of the unit. The air turns a metal spindle that then turns several nylon gears in the turbin the last of which turns the brushes. The nylon gear that engages with the metal spindle was worn down to the point that it was no longer engaging with it and thus not turning. The only fix for this problem is to buy a new turbin motor which is not that expensive about $34 plus shipping since they don't sell just the nylon gear. Hope this helps
The Dyson DC15 All floors is actually a 2 motor upright, meaning the suction motor is separate from the motor that rotates the brushes. The first thing you should check is the reset switch on the brushes. Behind the brushes there is a little red pole, push this down to reset the brushes, and see if this fixes the problem.
If not, then you may have a bad on/off switch for the roller brushes. Try pushing the switch next to the main on/off switch that controls the brushes up and down, up and down, can you hear the brushes attempt to come on at all? If you could hear them come on even somewhat, this means that your brush on/off switch is bad and needs to be replaced.
If nothing happens when you push this switch, it still may be bad and not getting any power at all to it.
Does the machine make any sound at all when you try to turn the brush switch on and off?
Please try pushing the reset switch, then testing the on/off switch first. If neither one of these solutions works, please just use the comment field on the repair and let me know, and I can then walk you through some more advanced diagnosing of your machine.
The motor could be burned out or you have a carbon brush in the motor that is stuck. The motor will need to be taken out and tested on its' own. A electric motor company can test it for you or a Vacuum Shop.
if the motor doesn't run sounds like you either have a bad motor or your motor armature might have gotten wet and created a dead spot.if you have any contact cleaner spray a little on the armature then turn the motor by hand make sure its uuplugged first if you can turn the motor then plug it in and try to start it
http://www.geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=34170&thid=580414 Hose buckling/crumpling when Hoover is turned on Posted by mildwarthog on May 08, 2008 Hi - I'm having a problem when I turn my Dyson DC07 on, that the suction is causing the hose to buckle/crumple out of shape which then means I can’t Hoover through the hose. After a short while the motor starts to overheat from trying to maintain suction through the crumpled hose is it simply time to buy a new hose, or is there anything else I can do to fix this problem? Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. Dyson DC07 All Floors Bagless Upright Once you hose starts to breakdown there is really nothing you can do other than replacing the hose. This is true on almost every vacuum on the market because they are using in most case the plastic hose and the heat and the product you pickup breaks down the hose and starts to lose its strength and starts to collapse. You may want to check with your local vac dealer to see if he has a new one or a good used one for ½ the price. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://www.dyson.com/homepage.asp Contact Us 1-866-MY-DYSON (1-866-693-9766) Dyson Customer Care is available 7 days a week. ·Mon - Fri: 7am - 8pm, CST ·Saturday: 8am - 6pm, CST ·Sunday: 9am - 6pm, CST firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks,Don – The Vac Man Go Ahead.Use Us.