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ELECTROLUX C101H JUST SHUT OFFWHILE WIFE WAS VACUUMING, DOES THIS HAVE AN INTERNAL THERMAL OVERLOAD SWITCH ? HOW TO OPEN UP CANISTER TO SERVICE ??

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    The toe switch appears to be broken and I can not open it to check

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    best way to open the casing

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It does have an internal thermal overload device you need to put the vacuum into the shop they should be able to fix it in a few days

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