Question about Hoover Vacuums
There's only 2 reasons that heat switch will trip.
1. Not enough air
2. Bad motor or heat switch.
I would check your filters and suction on the tools. There should be LOTS of suction at the tools on that unit. If there's not follow the air back until you find the plug. It might just be a really dirty filter or carpet powder or something along that line plugging the filter.
If the suction is not a problem it might just be defective and in that case if it's not very old go to hoovers website and find a service center location and have it fixed. They shouldn't charge you for the repair if it's still under warranty. You'll need your receipt for it though, so hope you kept that!
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Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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