Question about Hoover S5620 Vacuum
Recently when I use my vacum cleaner Hoover S5620 for more than 15 mins, the machine stops. I have to reset the breaker in the electrical panel.
I have cleaned the container as well as the dust catcher via other portable vacum cleaner. But the problem is still there. Not sure why? Can you please help? Thanks
Find the current rating for the vacuum cleaner motor (on a plate somewhere on the machine). Is it somewhat less than the breaker rating in the panel? If so, then either the motor is overloading the breaker due to bad bearings or a shorted winding in the motor or the breaker is failing. Check the current draw of the running motor with a clamp-on ammeter (a friend with one or an electrician). It should be close to the rating on the plate. If in excess, then the motor needs to be repaired or replaced. The motor normally works harder when it is pulling full vacuum--it speeds up if the air flow is plugged.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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