Question about Hayden Industries SuperVac 2400 Central System Vacuum
Disconnect the wiring from the unit, and go back and plug in your hose.
Get a volt tester and test the voltage coming from the lines at the machine. It should read 0 volts. Check both AC and DC voltage.
Also, check the same setup if you have a security system. Arm the security system (or have someone do it for you) and test the voltage at the line again. Again it should read 0.
If both come up 0 volts, the security and the hose I mean, unplug the hose and try one more time again AC and DC volts.
The only other thing i could see it being is a problem with the motor, if the unit is 7-10 years or more, it may need a set of motor brushes for the motor.
Let me know how this goes.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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