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NuTone CV750 Central Vacuum won't shut off. The on/off switch on side of unit has no effect. Did continuity test on switch, it tests ok. I've disconnected the low voltage wiring at the side of unit, that had no effect.

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I will assume that you disconnected the switch from the circuit when you did the continuity test -- that is really important.
If so, then i think that the relay inside the top of the unit is stuck on, or the low voltage wires (inside the top) going to the relay are shorted together.
You can easily remove the top after removing 3 (or 4) screws from the upper side of the unit. Be careful to align the vents in the top with the cooling ducts from the motors when replacing the top.

Posted on Mar 11, 2011

  • lynngrim Mar 11, 2011

    You should be able to buy a replacement relay.

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