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check under neath to see if the bel is connected or it broke if its not sucking im not really sure how to answer that ive never had that happend it can be a wiring issue or switch it sounds like it can be the switch might need replacing the power or the pedal that unlocks it from the stick mode might be pinching somthing that stops it
The replacement bag may not be installed correctly or something in the suction path is being disturbed by the process (maybe a "bag full" detector). In an upright, there is a shutter that directs suction to the floor or the hose and it may be getting confused.
it can be belt or clutch failed. put the vac on its side and on the bottom there will be either two push clips or 2 screws remove them or push them and pull the bottom off. then when this is off you will see were the belt is for the spinning brush. if the belt is still on then the clutch has gone in the motor if the belt has gone take out the broken part and get a new belt, fitting new belt you need to remove the spinning brush it is either clipped in or slotted in , clipped is push the clips out to the side and lift the brush out, slotted it will just pull out. clean out the brush before putting back in also check the brushes bearing to make sure it moves easy as a failed bearing do to carpet string etc can burn the belt, any belt that has been burnt in this way should be removed and changed as it will damage the hover if still used after this part has been cleaned replace all parts and then turn on dont and it pluged in mains while you are doing this and dont use until it has all been fitted back..
Might be a fuse BUT it is enclosed in the unit. You would have to take it apart to see. IT could also be other parts in the power supply that have failed, With that in mind, if you do take it apart, take pictures so that you can put it back together.
Is the fuse in properly? Try popping it out and put it back in, also check it when it is out..just to be redundant since you did it already. push on the bottom of the filter the switch pushes in . I at pushed down my first time.
After cleaning the unit, blue light turns on momentarily then red cleaning light comes back on. Have cleaned and dried unit including the contacts on the end (cleaned with alcohol). Sounds like a common problem, any solution? Bob