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Genesis hydrovac extreme thin wire from the amshire/motor to brushes when switch on sparks and broke off

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You're going to need to have to get the motor repaired at an electric motor shop

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3- a motor brush is losing contact due to poor pressure due to the carbon brush being worn- of the two motor brushes, their length is normally sufficient to last for years with trouble free service. However, if a vacuum is neglected, as in the filters never cleaned or replaced ( use 10/ $2.99 electrostatic register vent filters from any home store's furnace filter section. Cut to fit, and in the case of the Hepa filters, if you have a dusty family you'll go broke changing these so just cut your electrostatic ones and maybe stack a layer or two, but since they are cheap be liberal and change often). What happens with dirty neglected vacuums is they overheat causing the motor brushes to glaze the copper commutator they ride on and eventually wear out the carbon. The added brush dust cakes up and acts as an abrasive.
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That's the story of how a vacuum cleaner works when it's stressed and strained. Ironically when all of this goes on the bearings also overheat due to the arcing motor brushes. And because the belt for the roller is on this motor as well, when you shut the vac off the belt will heat up and even melt slightly. Then when you go to vacuum again the belt will vibrate causing more damage...
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If you can hear a clicking inside, this is the vac's relay trying to start the motor. If the vac is more than 5 years old , or used more than 2 hours a week, you may need new carbon brushes, or a motor overhaul or replacement depending on wear. Carbon brushes are specific to the motor model # inside the vac, most often an AMTEK Lamb motor.
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