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I bought a Eurika upright vacum (the boss whirlwind lite) it is pretty new, keeps shutting off before i am done vacuming, and the hose doesnt **** very well!!!

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Your model mite have a divice that turns the motor off if it heats up if so take it to a repair shop and have them look at it

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