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sounds like the motor maybe clogged and over heating. if you can take apart the vacuum and find the motor. if you have a shop vac use that to clean out the dust and debris. put it back together and try it again. if this doesn't work i would replace the vacuum or get it repaired. i would NOT continue to run the vacuum if the plug gets hot after 3 minutes.
This is from an Amazon review. I have misplaced my manual and was searching for a pdf file without any luck. I think I have it under control if I only knew where to put my distilled water.Basic operation of the WhiteWing is:
1. Fill the tank with distilled water 2. Attach the hose to the steamer. 3. Attach the extension handles and attachment you want.(Be sure to watch the video and read the instruction booklet. Some of the attachments have specific uses and setup instructions) 4. Lock the finger trigger. 5. Plug it in. 6. Turn it on. 7. Wait 20 min. or until the pressure gauge reads between 3.5-4.5. 8. Get ready to rock - press the steam release button, unlock the finger trigger and start steaming.
For many jobs such as countertops, shower stalls, stovetops, you will need to follow behind the steam, wiping with a cloth to remove the released dirt from the surface. Some jobs may require you to start with a non-toxic cleaner or grease remover such as Orange Clean or Method brand cleaners. Remember, you'll be breathing in vaporized cleaner. So be sure it's something non-toxic and non-irritating. I prefer the Method brand cleaners.
Did you make sure that it was closed all the way? Sometimes if the water canister is not on all the way it can cause this. And depending on how old the steemer is maybe that part went out. But I would check all the lines to make sure nothing is clogged or pinched
The reason for this is to keep the HRSG warm to reduce fuel costs. Due to the price of Nat Gas, it is adventageous to supply sparging steam to keep the HRSG warm so that when the Comb Turbine is called upon to start the HRSG metal temperature will be greater than ambient temperature.