Question about Broan-NuTone VX475 Bagged Central System Vacuum
When nutone central vacuum unit is turned on it trips the circuit breaker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: nutone cv353 central vac blew up
My guess would be that the motor is done. Impossible to diagnose for sure without seeing it of course. If you were happy with the unit before the trouble, a replacement motor will probably run $250-$300. If you are interested in a new unit, shop around. There are definitely better designed and more powerful units out there, although some of them can cost quite a bit more than $300. Good Luck!!
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
If the central vacuum tank will not turn OFF even with the switch in the “OFF” position, then the low-voltage wires should be disconnected from the tank. If the tank continues to run and still will not turn off, then most likely the relay inside is defective (but it could be a defective and/or shorted ON/OFF switch). If with the low-voltage wires disconnected the tank is able to then be turned off with the switch, then there is a short in the low-voltage wires or a hose is plugged into an inlet somewhere. ~ TTURAMBAR
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
i agree your dishwasher should have nothing what so ever to do with a central vacuum the piping is completely seperate. sonds to me like somone really screwed things up. i would get someone out there to look at that ASAP.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Dec 31, 2009
Some units have an on/off switch on the power unit itself. Check to make sure that is not turned on. Unplug your power unit and remove the 2 low voltage wires (not the power cord itself) . The low voltage wires start at the unit and run throught your home and attach to each hose inlet. They are usually attached to the unit by simple wire terminals or wire capped to small wires coming out. Just unlug the terminals or unscrew the wire caps and pull the connections apart. Plug your machine back in. If it still comes on the problem is the relay or circuit board/switch/ relay assembly inside the unit. If it doesn't come on with the low voltage wires unattached then you may have two wires touching somewhere in the low voltage wiring.
Posted on May 21, 2010
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