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Vaccum shuts off when I go to upright position. I checked the hose and also lower attachment and not clogged.

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  • d_chouinard Feb 18, 2009

    yes it is. 

  • d_chouinard Feb 18, 2009

    will try that right now ...thanks man and will post the result

  • d_chouinard Feb 18, 2009

    it worked = thanks Mike227

  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2009

    Same problem and same solution.

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Is the motor running hot?

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

  • My reply is Feb 18, 2009

    Suggest you remove ALL accessible filters, hand wash them several times in a mild detergent solution (only takes about 10 minutes), squeeze out excess water and be sure they are THOROUGHLY dry before re-fitting.

  • My reply is Feb 18, 2009

    You're welcome. PLEASE be sure the filters are properly dry though or your vacuum may **** moisture into the motor. ......... Not good !!!!




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