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I have a central vac beam model BM1372 the rug stick attachment has no power the hose has power and is working fine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: beam central vac
Don't know the exact model, but it sounds like the low voltage relay is stuck. This will be inside the unit, probably mounted on a replaceable board. You may be able to temporarily free it with a quick tap on the top of the relay if you locate it. But I would suggest replacing it to avoid further problems. mdvacuum.com would probably have the part you need. Good Luck!!
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
If the central vacuum tank will not turn OFF even with the switch in the “OFF” position, then the low-voltage wires should be disconnected from the tank. If the tank continues to run and still will not turn off, then most likely the relay inside is defective (but it could be a defective and/or shorted ON/OFF switch). If with the low-voltage wires disconnected the tank is able to then be turned off with the switch, then there is a short in the low-voltage wires or a hose is plugged into an inlet somewhere. ~ TTURAMBAR
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
How are you trying to remove the hose from the body?
With the DC-25, first you have to open the lid at the very top of the handle. Pull straight out on the aluminum tube with the red plastic part and the silver arrow. Pull it until the entire handle comes off the body. Once you do that, you click on the silver release mechanism. If you need further clarification, please let me know.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: Central Vac will not turn on.
These problems are nearly exclusively caused by a bad circut board and replacing it is the fix. Bad boards can cause many different effects so its nearly impossible to be sure. The 9v signal wire is not enough to short out an entire unit so it is unlikely the hose. If it is a direct connect system and you are pulling power from the 110 somehow that would cause main unit problems but that is unlikely at best. Sounds like a failed board to me.
Best of Luck
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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