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If you want to save some money, doing it yourself is always the best way. Now I'm not sure how you would get to the motor on this vacuum, but just start from the most convenient point to take it apart and either take pictures after each part removal or write it down so you know exactly how everything came off in order to put it back on correctly. If it is just a loose wire, it should be fixed with some electrical tape to hold it in place?

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Poor electrical connection on Hoover


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Dyson has no power


The most common cause of this problem would be breakage of the wires in the power cord at the point of entry to the vacuum cleaner body. With the power connected you may be able to prove this by flexing the cord at this point, particularly by pushing the cord toward the body of the vacuum cleaner. If you get any signs of life from the vacuum cleaner you can know that this is the issue (not a foolproof test, but one that can be performed safely, provided that there is no visible damage to the lead).

A qualified repairer will ensure that the vacuum cleaner is not plugged in to the power, open the vacuum cleaner casing, note the wiring connections, disconnect the wiring and and strip the external sheath of the cable back to a point beyond the breakage, cutting off the damaged section of wiring and reconnecting the wires.

See also: http://www.vision6.com.au/em/message/email/view.php?id=638671&u=19329

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No power


The most common cause of this problem would be breakage of the wires in the power cord at the point of entry to the vacuum cleaner body. With the power connected you may be able to prove this by flexing the cord at this point, particularly by pushing the cord toward the body of the vacuum cleaner. If you get any signs of life from the vacuum cleaner you can know that this is the issue (not a foolproof test, but one that can be performed safely, provided that there is no visible damage to the lead).

A qualified repairer will ensure that the vacuum cleaner is not plugged in to the power, open the vacuum cleaner casing, note the wiring connections, disconnect the wiring and and strip the external sheath of the cable back to a point beyond the breakage, cutting off the damaged section of wiring and reconnecting the wires.

See also: http://www.vision6.com.au/em/message/email/view.php?id=638671&u=19329

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Does not turn on we have checked the fuse. Went to turn it on yesterday, made a small noise and not worked since.


Typical problem with vaccuum cleaners anytime after about a year is that the wire in the flex fatigues at the point where it enters the cleaner. This results in an internal break in the wire. If it has only just happened, a good test is to turn the machine on, take hold of the flex about an inch before the point it enters the cleaner and shove it upwards firmly, if there is a fatigue break, it will make the circuit and the machine will burst into life. THIS IS NOT A FIX, THIS IS A TEST! If this action does demonstrate that this is the problem, you will need to remove the flex, cut out the failing couple of inches and re-make the connections.

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Eureka Boss 4D (5892BVZ) - Switch Replacement & Fried Wires


If you got the handle apart, Id say you can probably fix it yourself. You might be able to patch it but I would say to maximize your effortrs please visit RepairClinic.com to find the exact replacement parts you need. They also have expert advice and guidance available.

I hope this works for you.

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Hi-My power head won't work anymore. How do I know if it is the switch or the wireing or how to fix it.


Can you take a test reading with a meter from the vac socket or the hose handle. If you have power there test the cord for continuity before the motor. Disconnect the wiring from the switch and bypass directly to the motor.
TIP Most power head cords fail at the stress point where they enter the head, but inspect your cord connections at the vac and hose as well. Please post make and model

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This sounds like a relay sticking on the control board inside the unit. The only other thing I've seen cause this, would be a short in your low voltage wiring. I had a service call where the wires were laid across the top of metal studs and the insulation had been damaged to the point that the wires would short out on the stud. To be sure it's not something in your wiring, disconnect the low voltage wires from the unit while it's "stuck" running. If it continues to run, then have your control board replaced. This is a somewhat common problem on these units. Good Luck!

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