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The unit has no power to it. The plug in which the unit is plugged has been tested and is fine. Unfortunately I'm not at the property as it's a rental. Is there something obvious that we are missing?

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First you need to check if it is receiving power, try to connect the cord to another device to see if it will power it up. If it does, then it means the power cable is okay and does not need replacement, but if it does not power it up, then it means the power cord is bad and need to be replaced.
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Often if the plug or cord is a problem, it can be seen. Look carefully at the plug, are the prongs straight? Is the cord damaged where it enters the plug? Is the cord damaged where it enters the vacuum? If the plug was rotated, it is possible that the wires inside the cord may have frayed insulation and are making contact with each other.
If it is the plug or the plug end of the cord, you can get a new plug at Home Depot and replace your old one.
Also, if you have a switched outlet or switched multi outlet extension, you can shut the power to the outlets off, plug in the vacuum and turn on the switch so you are not near the plug when you plug it in to test it.
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Dear Davehibshman,

Firstly; dismantle the plug and replace the fuse with the same rating as the one you have just taken out. Replace the plug cover, put the plug into the socket and try again. If this doesnt work, there may be a problem with the internal fuse (if one is fitted). Two choices here, either refer this unit to a qualified service personnel/ the place where you got it from, or do the job yourself (which will save you a whole bunch of cash). In your circumstances, I would take it back to the place you got it and ask them to put the fault right, or replace the unit completely; if it is past its warranty or guarantee time, then get back to me with a make and model number of the unit, and I will give you step-by-step instructions on how to solve this.

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Same thing happened to my Wertheim 4030. It turned out to be a broken connection in the retractable cord plug, no doubt due to continual shock upon retraction. How did I find it? By pulling the top off and first checking the internal switch was working with an ohmmeter (definitely no power for this test) Then plugged in, powered up & checked if any power to switch with AC voltage tester(be careful and have unit RCD protected for your safety) None showing, so checked if power at internal reel. None, so switched off power and checked continuity of cord for active and neutral continuity. None in one so cut off plug and checked again OK so new plug fitted and reassembled. If I had power to the switch originally, the motherboard/rheostat or motor may have been the problem. Hot wiring the motor would have determined which(unlikely to be both but a possibility) Repair or replace faulty item, obviously checking motor brushes first. Electrical is simply a matter of isolation and elimination.
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