Question about Vacuums
The LE has a thermal cutoff. If the bag is overfilled or a bag breaks and clogs the bag chamber the vac will over heat.
This also happens if the hose, wand or neck of the power head is obstructed. Try dropping a coin through the hose, look through the wand and inspect the neck of the head for blockage. If the hose is clogged , remove the rear filter and plug the hose in to blow out the obstruction.
If all these components are clear, you either have a defective motor or bad thermal sensor.
Parts will come from AERUS Electrolux only.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Testimonial: "I should have explained alittle further. THis Lux has been rigged up in the inside. It doesn't have a thermal switch or the clear tubes most of them"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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