We use a NSS Pacer 112 for the doctors office we clean every day,
Yesterday while cleaning, it was turned off to move to another location, but when we plugged it back in and turned it on, nothing happened,
Of course it could have nothing at all to do with the sweeper. Has anyone checked the outlet you tried to use? It may be at fault. Someone may want to check the circuit breaker box for a blown breaker leading to that particular outlet. If that is not the problem, you should be able to call for repair services as the NSS Pacer is an industrial sweeper and must have a pretty good warranty.
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Try to check the circuit... as when there is an circuit fault it gains high amperage and hence fuse shut the current till it regain. It happens to save your device.. don't be doctor. Get it done by authorized person or somthing or it will cost your more then your device cost...
If you wet cleaned and vacuum extracted yet find carpet still quite damp, The most common methods to dry are: With windows open on a warm day... Air movers (High speed squirrel cage fans with low exhaust openings) Designed to shoot air across the surface of the carpet...Evaporation occurs that way. Alternatives are: Depending on climate..running your central air or room Air conditioner with fans set around the room ,...This option is what I normally use when humidity is high in Kansas Another option..And actually the best would be to use a Dehumidifier...They are a bit pricey new...but rentals are available
I have the same steamcleaner and had the same problem, I took mine apart a found a clog between the turbine and the wheel that the turbine moves by vacuum when it gets glogged there is no vacuum to move the wheel. If you are not mechanically inclined in suggest you do not take it apart unless you think you can get it back together properly.