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We just were vacuuming and it stopped as if we blew a fuse. I checked the breaker and it is on and plugged something else in the outlet with no problem but the vacuum won't turn on. Any suggestions?

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You said you checked the main breaker but did you change the fuse in the plug

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As a next step you will need to check to make sure that the nozzle, hose and the connection to the dust collector is not plugged or partially plugged. Clear any obstruction and this should correct the problem.

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