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My vacuum cleaner is not sucking. It's overheated and stopped

My vacuum cleaner is not sucking. I looked the hose and it is not clogged. I cleared the bag. After running it for some time, it automatically stopped and was not running any more. May be overheated.

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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    my vacuum cleaner was running fine thenjust stopped

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Vacuum cleaner stopped working. Suspect overheating. After cooling off it still does not start.

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In this case it is motor problem, you can sort out only by calling the technician. Call the customer care and check out the cost for repair, if it is very high you can go for a new one and be in peace of mind.

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