Lifted it up to vacuum under it...........started making a rub-dub sound then motor quit...........only blue light is on now and it is not recognized thru My Computer..........is all lost?.......thousands of music files..........
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The shaft that the solenoid pushes the gear up needs lubrication. If it's been grinding too long, the bearing in the starter is worn letting the armature to rub on the field frame. Might be time for a starter motor.
hi. there is usually a signal embedded within movies which prevents the film being opied to DVD. on some recorders the picture will go fuzzy, on others the picture will alternate between light and dark picture. this is quite normal and deliberately done by sky to prevent people copying films.
depending on the year of your machine, assuming it is the serenity blue, it may be the circuit board on the unit itself. The manual switch "should" start the machine, but if not it will be the circuit board inside the main unit.
however.... if your unit is the green one, it may be the motor inside the unit and/or the circuit board. Hard to say. I do not think that it is the motor as the circuit breaker should have popped out if it was the motor.
Regardless of the colour of the unit, if it is 5-7 years old or less, the unit should still be under warranty. home service calls and labour to install the motor would not be covered.
sounds like a bad motor. if the light is on at the switch and the motor doesn't run, then it could definitely a motor problem, worn down or dirty carbon brushes. the motor on these machines are not the best built, they require cleaning of the commutator yearly.
The motor overheats from the filter being clogged underneath the canister or the canister or both are clogged-without the air flow the motor overheats and shuts off as a precautionary measure.By letting the motor cool off it will start again but will turn off shortly if the filters are not properly cleaned.Hope this helps everyone. Rob
Hoover has a 1 year warranty on their vacuums, so the newer one will be under warranty. The other won't be. It could be bad switches, even tho they sound ok, they could still be bad, One side of the cord could be open, there is also a thermostat on the motors, it may have opened up, then of course could even be the motor. Just would have to be check over.