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Hi! No the vacuum doesn't have a restart button, but it does have a thermal protector that will shut the vacuum down when it is overheated. If your dirt cup was too full this will activate the thermal protector sensor. Clogs and dirty filters can cause this as well. We recommend emptying the dirt cup, tapping out the filter and checking the hose for clogs. The vacuum will come back on usually within 45 minutes to an hour. Hope this helps. If you need further assistance don't hesitate to reach out to us here on Fixya, Facebook.com/dirtdevil or Twitter @DirtDevil
The Motor has locked up due to over heating. Once that happens the only way to go is either replace the motor drive or get a new cleaner. Do not try and keep energizing the Vacuum as you could blow circuit-breakers or start an electrical fire.
may be the carbon brushes are short or motor connectors have become bad connection by moisture and dirt by use temporay a wrong filter sometimes its a very light and simple motor johnson motor with hammer brushes DeWALT DC500 Type 1 Vacuum Parts
The clean solution with the shampoo mixed in goes into the top tank, and when you **** up the water it goes into the lower tank.
Here's a link to the manual online that will show you precisely how to use this machine. If you have any questions, or need help with something else, please don't hesitate to use the clarification request form here on Fixya.
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I looked at the user instructions guide online and saw where the 'other end' of the belt should be fitted. It was extremely hard to fit but eventually managed it. Thanks for this solution site. I wouldn't hesitate to use it again.
You may want to check the handle position. On the base of the handle there is a little tab (see picture below) that has open one side, closed on the other. If for some reason the handle is not completely down, this can cause the machine to cut on and off. Just unlock this tab, push the handle all the way down, and then close the tab again. Hopefully this should take care of it for you.
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