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Hyla vacuum It appears that the part which turns the brush on the powerhead is melted/siezed up. Where can I get another part?

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If there is no suction when you disconnect the beater bar assembly near the hand hold where you grab the vacuum, then there may be either a restriction in the vacuum line between there and the vacuum section (that rolls around behind you), or the vacuum line from the handle point to the rollaround section is not properly connected. This all assumes the vacuum motor in the rollaround is running.

The beater bar section does nothing but cause dirt particles to be sucked into the vacuum system. The vacuum or suction is created in the rollaround unit.

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be sure at 1st there is no materials blocking the hose then it seems to me your m/c is good if normall condition around
try to test your cleaner by use less length hoses
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Hi there, as per your information i guess its a problem of power transformer. He can't supply the proper power in the motor & thats why the noise will come from the transformer. Thanks & waiting for your feedback.

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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Where can I get a Hyla vacuum instruction manual?

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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SOURCE: The powerhead cuts in and out on power as you

had the same problem with mine check all the prongs on the 2 wands and on the power nozzle and on the handle itself you will probably see that one of them is discolored or burned looking you will need to replace that section, I had to replace one of my wands, and then a second time I had to replace the hose section with the handle attached.

Posted on Oct 24, 2010

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