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Hi, I would say the motor is overhesting and there is a heat sensor in the motor that shuts it off w3hen its labouring. Check your hose for a clog . If that does not help check the filter aorund the motor to see if it is clean. Hope this helps. Chris
The switch could be bad. Make sure there are no clogs anywhere that could be causing it to overheat. Try to bypass the switch and run it just long enough to see if you can go longer than the normal 5 min. you're getting. If you can then replace the trip switch. Do not continue to use the machine without the trip switch operating properly or it could catch on fire.
Remove the low voltage wires (top left) if the vac unit still runs the problem is with vacuum if the Vac stops running then there is problem with the low voltage wires in the home possible short some where in the system Chech the inlet doors first. Easy Flo vacuums have a lifetime warranty call 1800 easy Flo.
you are over heating the motor ...that is caused by low airflow ... make sure the bag is not full, hoses not clogged and secondary filters (sometimes on the output side) are not clogged ... make sure there is lots of air going thru the motor .. the motor cant run long without air to cool it ... it has a thermal switch that trips when it gets too hot .. the thermal switch resets itself when the motor has cooled ...