Question about Worx "Electric TriVac Blower / Mulcher / Vacuum & Collection System"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To make the unit light enough to carry but still have adequate power the manufacturers use a series-wound, brush-type motor similar to what is installed in most vacuum cleaners but while a vacuum cleaner is long-lasting and reliable lots of other appliances using that type of motor aren't.
Certainly the power lead and all the connections must be tested as they often suffer from internal breaks and then if all is fine take the unit apart and check the input cable and switch all the way down to the motor.
Lightweight high-powered motors generate a lot of heat and will quickly overheat if there is any reduction or stoppage in the blast of cooling air through them and most appliances intended for domestic use have to be fitted with a safety cut-out, some of which are manually resettable and some reset automatically. Often there is a thermal fuse in close proximity to the motor which will blow if overheating occurs.
I suggest you check the instruction leaflet first.
Posted on Feb 06, 2015
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