Question about Vacuums
I have an everstar turbo vac 180. bought from home depot last xmas. on the back there is a small circle the size of a dime of plastic inset. now, for some reason, when i try to vaccuum that plastic circle is drawn inwards thus sucking the air in from there instead of the front part of the vacuum cleaner. ergo, it doesn't work. i'm not sure how or when this happened. . .my roomie does the vacuuming and commented on how funny it sounded. . . sigh. . does anyone have an idea how i can fix this or a link to everstars website so i can find a manuel?
I had same exact problem. It stopped sucking, just spitting out trash back. You need to clean all pipes, all of them. Then take canister apart and clean and wash top filter. It works like new now again
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
I had the same proble, i pulled out the spring and put it back in, also i checked all my pipe lines to clear them from dirt and found some dirt clogging one of the pipes and that fixed my problem, check your pipes they may be clogged
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
I think that is a temp of the motor responsive vacuum bleed to cool the motor. If the motor gets to hot it safety cuts out.
I tried putting a piece of platic film over the "dime" hole and the vacuuming was much more effective, but then the motor overheated and the safety switch cut in. The motor is probably too small for the job it is doing. Alternatively it needs a motor with a separate cooling line and fan. I would just use it for carpets and gat myself a $70 shop vac for any heavy stuff.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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