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i would try plugging it in at someone else's house and see what it does.
I need more info on this matter. i assume it will trip just one breaker in the breaker panel. if it is tripping more than one your breaker, your box is not wired correctly and you need to call an electrician immediately before your house burns down. is the sweeper new or used? if know for sure your wiring is ok in the house then your sweeper has a loose connection or bad motor and you need to have it fixed or throw the sweeper away. the money you loose by fixing or throwing away is a very small price compared to a fire.
1) test the power cord for break or ope 2)see if the c.breaker are tripped or blown fuse 3) see the vacuum has reset switch do it 4) Power button defective or open 5) switch inside defective or open repair or replace 6) Motor defective. see basic diagram God bless you
No reset button. It sounds like you might have one of several possible problems. Some ideas I have that you could try yourself would be to check the lockout switches: there is one behind the head nozzle, maybe the nozzle is on crooked, if so, maybe not engaging the safety switch, the other lock-out is located where the bag screws on, unlock the bag and re lock it to ensure proper fit. Otherwise, take it to the shop because it could be the motor, the cord, the switch. Hope this helped ya. Let me know. Thanks, Rene (the Vacuum Doctor)
If this is a CENTRALUX metal bodied 1590 series vac vac there is a reset breaker on the side of the motor housing of the vac. Depending on the age of the vac there is also a filter lockout switch . If you are using a cartridge filter and it is misaligned and drops down the switch will shut the vac off to prevent motor damage. Check those two items. The internal filter must be fully inserted so its twist lock/washer device can rotate holding it up in place. Then take a pair of insulated pliers and short across the low voltage terminals where the wiring system enters the top of the vac . If the vac starts, it is fine. If not your problem lies in the motor , the relay or the filter lockout switch. If you have a plastic bodied Electrolux, a recent model the test procedure is the same but there is not the same lockout for the filter
Next test the nearest inlet in the house. If it fails to start you have a break in your internal wiring, possibly at a connection or a an inlet which may have a loose wire connection behind the wall. Post back with your results and if you have more questions. If so post the model #
Make sure the 'Power brush' switch on the contol panel on the hose is depressed. Check the circuit breaker on the power nozzle; it will either be a button or a breaker that looks like a rocker switch, try to reset it.
Is the power nozzle motor running but the brush just isn't turning? If so you may have a broken belt. Not a likely solution since the belt is a lifetime belt, but still remotely possible.