Question about Vacuums
MY INGROUND POOL VACUUM WORKS FOR A FEW MINUTES THEN STOPS CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHY?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have an inground pool
Generic problem for all Vacuums
I have an in ground pool
posted by sibmrt on May 01, 2008
I have an in ground pool which is clear however
there is sediment on the bottom, how do I vacuum it
This is not a vacuum question as per the website and more of a question fro someone in the in ground pool company and they have pool cleaning equipment that works for the sediment on the bottom of the pool, my friend had one and it was called a vacuum pool snake or something like that. Sorry I could not help you with this question.
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Posted on May 01, 2008
SOURCE: dyson vacuum cuts off
hi this sound like a familiar problem of the motor o/heating due to lack of ventilation ? check the filters ok? remove the cover concealing the roller brush/beater and check for clogging at the underneath and housing clear it out properly easier to remove/lift out roller ? also clear out the clear bucket dust collector and most important the cone that fits into this canister has a cylindrical honeycombed/small holes(looks like hundreds? ) use a small pointed impliment to poke out all!!these holes as these are relative to vacuum within cylinder so if not clear ? motor no vent and result is no/poor vac and o/heat then thermo switch kicks in and shuts down till motor cools hope this helps best wishes from uk
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
It may have a problem of overheating. If you havn't cleaned out the thing that holds all the dirt and dust, you may want to consider doing that. There might be a thermostat in it that shuts down whenever it thinks it's to hot.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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