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Apr 21, 2009 - Uploaded by general0ne
I think Ill make one for the Dual V steam cleaner and provide some tips on maintenance. Good job ... The ...Missing: lock
Jan 12, 2010 - Uploaded by general0ne
Dismantling the Hoover Steam Vac Deluxe. general0ne .... Aftercleaning the screen as shown on the video ...Missing: f5915905 lock
Hi there! Disassembling the cleaner beyond detaching the nozzle, wand and hose is not recommended. If you need further assistance we recommend taking your cleaner in to a Hoover authorized service center for inspection. Follow the link to locate the nearest service center to you. Service Center Locator
See if the company will fix it under warranty. If not, you can take it apart and look for the obstruction. It sounds like something is inside obstruction the air-suction flow path. Normally the motor or controller would not cause the motor torque to drop.
Vacuum cleaner repair manuals seem rare and difficult to obtain. The instruction booklet does not contain dismantling and repair details because to do so would make them responsible for encouraging incompetent people to electrocute themselves.
Vacuum cleaners are generally fairly intuitive to dismantle and the circuits fairly simple. The switches are sometimes found to be faulty but it would be wise to assume nothing. I once scrapped a cleaner assuming the motor was defective in the absence of other faults but when I had already removed everything but the motor, when I finally lifted out the motor I found a (faulty) bimetal thermal breaker...
We can't provide instructions on dismantling the cleaner head, and would advise against attempting to do so as this procedure should only be carried out by a Dyson engineer. Dismantling the cleaner head will also void your 5-year warranty.
If you feel the cleaner head is not working correctly or requires replacement, please get in touch with us directly so we can provide further assistance. You can call us free on 08002980298 (UK), or 1866MYDYSON (US). If it's necessary to replace the cleaner head, this should be covered by our 5-year warranty, as long as the cleaner has been used in accordance with the terms and conditions listed in the user guide.
hope you have checked the obvious first ..the plug are all the conections tight including the fuse? if so check the vac's switch for loose conections .lets face it the mains feeds the switch the switch feeds the motor unless you have a speed switch. sounds like a fault that could be cured with a bit of investigation good luck farr64