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I think its a hoover any way,i guess at one time some one vacumed up some moisture i can se it on the bottom of motor,on one of thewires theresa thermol senser and i see rust in the plastic,cause it good and thencuts out i think the senser out because of the rust in it???????

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If mositure got on it, it could have damaged it and hopefully the motor didn't receive any moisture on the inside of it.

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