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How do I fix my 3 yr old vacuum Panasonic mc-ul596 upright cleaner rattled smelt electrical fume then stopped.

Checked fuse etc opened up loose bolt so fixed back on motor. Still no power could it be an internal fuse or switch? There is also a overload cut out on this model but not sure what it looks like as I Dont have a manual.help?

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Smell the moter if it smells like burnt electrical it may be fried but check the wiring real good before u give up alot of the time the wires start to melt before the moter

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