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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have a look at the switch first they can get worn but if thats not it look at the motor brush's if you have power to the motor but no "get up and go" no broom broom like! buy a new hover as a motor will cost you both arm's and one leg!!! plus its still needs to be fitted
hope this helps you? mike.t
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
you will need to take the unit apart find the screws that hold the unit together 2 under the the bin cover at the hinges 1 holding the black control cover when you have removed the screw then just lift the cover it will be stiff just pull it up under this find all the screws and remove them remove the motor and you will see the pcb on the side of the motor it will have a dry joint on the solder this back up and that should do it make sure you unplug the unit b4 you work on it
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
I had this problem with a different model. It's caused by a thermal cutout switch in the motor. My problem was a result of a filter being removed and the bag not seated correctly, hence dirt got into the motor and clogged the turbine, reducing airflow through the motor and causing the over heating.
If your motor runs at all, you probably have a blockage. Replace the filter inside the bag compartment just before the motor vent. Check the hose isn't blocked. Check the exit air filter.
If your turbine is clogged, it's a big disassembly job best done by a professional. If you really want to know how to cure it and feel you can tackle it yourself, email me. alan_at_alanjohnston_dot_com.
If your motor doesn't run at all and the light just quietly comes on, you have a break somewhere in the thermal protection circuit, either in the wiring (unlikely) or inside the circuitry buried inside the motor itself. I had an open on the thermal switch where the combination of heat and vibration deoldered the thermal switch from its board.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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