Question about Vacuums
This is usually a sign of overheating caused by a blockage. You don't tell us what make and model of machine this is, but basically you need to check all possible places (usually the User Manual tells you where to look) and clear out any blockages you find. Another possibility is a fault in the flex - after a while a wire inside the flex may break, even though nothing is visible externally - if this is the case, you can get the motor to switch on and off by waggling the flex.
I hope this helps. If not, give us more details (including make and model) about the circumstances under which the problem arises. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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