Question about Broan-NuTone CV570 Central Bagless Central System Cyclonic Vacuum
The unit works fine for about 10 solid minutes then trips it's internal breaker. I wait a few minutes and push the reset and it's good for another 10 minutes and the same thing happens. What do I need to fix this problem? Thanks, Jim
I doubt that's an electrical breaker - because it wouldn't take 10 minutes to flip, it would happen almost immediately. It must be the heat breaker. There are two reasons your vacuum system could be overheating and tripping that breaker. Either you need to replace the filter - if it's partially clogged then the motor may have to work too hard to get suction and cause it to overheat. I'd suggest checking the filter first, because that's the easy fix. If it's not the filter, then your motor is going out. You'll want to replace that. Check the filter, and let me know. I'll see if I can find a place to order a new motor for it.
Posted on Sep 01, 2007
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