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Hoover windtunnel will NOT turn on

I checked the switch, that checks fine, there is power going to the vacuum cleaner.

The bag and air filter are clean.

How can I get to the motor. I removed the roller tray below but do not how to get to the motor to make sure its okay?

Thanks

Ruben

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  • fititmeself Mar 04, 2008

    How can you tell if the thermo open?

  • Anonymous Aug 12, 2008

    It was running fine, then just quit. Now, it won't turn on.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    Hoover windtunnel supreme filter bag check will not turn off

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You have to remove the motor cover, There I believe 5 screw, take off the light lens and remove the screw holding the light. It should then pull off. You say you have power to the Vac, but do you have power to the motor. There also is a thermo by the motor, sometimes they open up, then the motor won't run.

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

  • A Bowen
    A Bowen Sep 05, 2015

    I have the same question. I found two screws under the circuit panel, and three on the front of the cover (seen with the vacuum fully reclined and front facing up). Am I overlooking some screws?

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