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The powerhead keeps needing the reset button pushed, I've changed the belt and cleaned the roller bar, the bag isn't to full, do you have any suggestions?

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It worked great and then suddenly won't turn on- don't have a manual, bought it on clearance- is there something i am not doing? i emptied the dirt out of it and brushed off the filter. Does it stop...

It sounds like the reset thermal switch has to be reset. Most vacuums have a reset switch on them some were and that is usually by the motor or the very bottom of the machine. If the switch was activated you just need to push it to reset it but there might be more to your problem then you know. The switch might have to be reset because of these problems that need to be handled first or it will happen again. First is the motor might be getting hot caused to pluged air ways, bag to full, hair or something like that wrapped around the spinning brush at the bottom of the machine. You need to make sure the roller on the bottom is not tied up that would over work the machine and cause the switch to come on. Also their are on some machines small air filters for the fine dust see if those are plugged as well these could casue the problems as well. thanks

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Won't come on when I plug it in. Does it have a

Greetings from GoVacuum,

Yes, the Riccar 4812 does in deed have a reset switch. Unfortunately some dishonest repair man will tell you at this point that your motor has gone, but 7-10 times it's the reset switch.

If you look down at the base of th vacuum cleaner at the vacuum bottom in the back, right above the rear wheels, you will see a small red button. Take a ball point pen, and while the vacuum is plugged in, go ahead and push the red button or the reset switch. Did the vacuum come on?

If not, it may another simple problem of the cord/ plug going bad.

I hink if it just stopped workint all or a sudden, it's prbably the reset switch.

If it's not, please email me or give me a call and I then diagnose the problem for you.

Chris Jones

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How to reset?

The button I think you are talking about is the bag switch. It is located in the bottom right corner where you put the bag. If the bag does not cover it, the machine will not run.
Also, when the machine cuts off when the bag is full, you have to push the power switch off and back on to reset the full bag switch located in the switch control housing inside the machine.

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The vacuum stopped running and won't turn back on?

While there's no reset button it's not uncommon for the internal thermal switch to trip to an "open" position. This internal, no-access-switch opens when the motor gets hot, it protects the motor from overheating to the point of failure. Bissell's website states that if the thermal switch is tripped let the vacuumm sit for a half hour and then it try it again.

If it doesn't work you might then try Tech610's suggestions.

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