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Tornado vacuum overheating

Vacuum cleans good but overheats and shuts off.

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Overheating can be caused by several things. First check the bag and filters, clean or replace them if needed. Also check the suction path for any clogs or obstructions. Most vacuums have a thermal cutoff designed for safety to turn off the motor in the event of getting too hot. If all of the above does not solve the issue, the next to look at would be electrical connections and checked out by a qualified technician.

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