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My lux guardian canister vac quit working. I can hear the brush motor working so there is power to the nozzle but the canister motor quit after changing the bag so there is no suction

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: I have an electrolux canister 5000 lux - power nozzle not working

HAVE YOU TRIED PUSHING THE RED "RESET" BUTTON?

Posted on Dec 02, 2007

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SOURCE: Power nozzle not working on my vac but does on another vac

If pushing the reset button doesn't help try having your local Aerus dealer check out the 2 prongs in the power head where it all connects. Sometimes they go bad.

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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SOURCE: electrolux power nozzle not working

FIRST OFF EACH OF YOU HAS A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT MACHINE. ESPECIALLY THE OXYGEN WHICH IS MADE BY THE "NEW" ELECTROLUX. THE OTHER TWO ARE MADE BY THE "OLD" ELECTROLUX WHICH IN NOW CALLED AERUS. THE ADVICE WITH THE GUARDIAN TO GET IT SERVICED BY THE DEALER SINCE THE POWER NOZZLE IS PROBABLY STILL UNDER WARRANTY IS A GOOD IDEA. (THE 25 YR. WARRANTY DOESN'T APPLY TO THE WHOLE MACHINE SO YOU HAVE TO READ CAREFULLY WHATS COVERED. THE MAIN MOTOR DEFINITELY IS.)
ASIDE FROM ALL THAT
DID ANY OF YOU HIT THE RESET BUTTON ON TOP OF THE POWER HEAD?!

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

SOURCE: Electrolux 2100 vac dies when you attach hose even with new bag.

If the bag full light keeps coming on, you can first try adjusting the dial on top of the vacuum cleaner. If that does not work, then you need to change the control valve. This is an internal component of the canister and is directly below the dial. You will need to follow the instructions on a previous post to open the Electrolux plastic canister vacuum, and remove the bage cage. Once you remove the bage cage you can change the control valve, and this will solve your problem with the bag full indicator.

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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SOURCE: my Electrolux guardian C135 vac has lost suction.

No you have a clog in the hose, wand or at the power head. Remove the hose wand and power head from the the vacuum. Turn on the vacuum, put the palm of your hand over the hole in front, you should feel plunty of suction. Then replace just the hose and put the palm of your hand over the end of the hose. If you do not have suction the clog is in the hose. You can try putting the hose on the blower port to blow out the clog or use the wire from a coat hanger. If you have suction, then add just the wand and repeat. If you have suction, then the clog is in the neck of power head, you will have to use a coat hanger to clear it.

Posted on May 08, 2010

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I vacuumed a shirt. It came out immediately and there is now visible damage. The suction is working but the rotary piece with the brushes is not


Have you pressed the reset button on the power nozzle? If the power nozzle motor isn't running, this is the problem. If the PN motor is running, the problem is more likely to be a broken belt, and it needs replaced.
If the belt, I strongly recommend taking it to an authorized Aerus Electrolux dealer to have it replaced. It can be tricky disassembling and reassembling the PN without damaging something.

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Start simplest always and work back to most difficult... so make sure you have power to the main unit, do you have a cheap voltmeter? If not they're cheap... Second check that connection plug is not stuffed with debris. Point is isolate whether it is the unit or attachment, most likely it's in the connection and repairable by you or used vacuum repair.

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Lux legacy canister vacuum - the top light on the canister went on. No power to the bottom of the roller. What does that light mean. Looks like a plug


The "plug" light simply tells you the machine is plugged in and receiving power.
I'm not sure what you mean by "no power to the bottom of the roller". If the power nozzle motor isn't working, make sure nothing is wrapped around the brush, remove if there is, and press the reset switch.
If the power nozzle motor is running, but the brush isn't turning, then the belt must have broken, and needs to be replaced.
Considering your machine may still be under warranty, I suggest taking it to a local Aerus dealer and having it replaced.
You can find the store nearest you using the below site:

http://www.aerushome.com/shop/

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How do you access the belt on the electrolux guardian


Flip the power head upside down and look for 5 black screws recessed in the bottom of the head...2 mid way back and 3 along the brush area. Once removed the lid should lift off. Be careful not to disturb the wiring harness.
The brush roll has a pulley and bearing end. Both should be cleaned and any hair or thread removed. The motor screws will have tensioning positions for the new belt so leave enough slack so the new belt depresses slightly. You will find a replacement at vac shop or thru AERUS Electrolux dealers

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The brush on the power nozzle N137P does not rotate on my Guardian and I can't get it apart to see if the belt is broken.


First of all, have you tried pushing the reset button?Do you hear the brush motor come on when you push the switch on the hose? If the belt is broken the brush will spin freely without any resistence.
The elbow of the power nozzel has a history of breaking and one or both wires in it will loose connection and the motor will not run.
There are five screws on the bottom of the power nozzel. Four long screws and one shorter screw. Be sure to mark where the short screw goes for re-assembly. Then the top will lift off. You might want to take it to your Aerus/Electrolux shop for repair. Your Guardian should be under waranty.
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The power nozzle works but only on tile. the brush does not turn. the belt is intact. could the motor that turns the belt be broke? is this something i can replace myself or is it better to bring it to be...


depends on you if you feel you could possibly repair it by replacing the electrical motor or you may just have a wire thats nolonger getting continity. enevitably it's your decision if you can repair it you will come off cheaper :)

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Electrolux power nozzle not working


the powerhead gets its power through a connector adjacent to the hose connection to the vacuum end. there's two wires embedded in the hose which make its way to the handle, pipe and powerhead. take apart the handle and see if you can read continuity from one end to the handle switch.

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