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These units have a automatic resetting thermal fuse near the motor to help to protect it from burning up by running too hot. This will need to be inspected and tested to see if it's holding it's proper temps., if not it will have to be replaced. There should also be an inspection of the machine to detect what was causing the reset to shut down that quickly, so that can be repaired as well.
More than likely you have a short in your power cord. however if you want to know for sure take machine apart until you can put an elec meter on switch where cord is attached. plug machine in and test the end of cord that is attached to switch if you have 120volts at that point its your switch thats bad. if you have no voltage or anything less than 110volts at the switch replace cord
Check all the wiring connections to make sure they're tight.
1/2. Wiring to power nozzle motor or reset switch is loose.
1. Cord from power nozzle to upper wand. If the plastic portion of the wand is cracked near the cord connection, or the connections are blackened, they need replaced.
2. Wiring connection from hose handle to upper wand. Check for cracks and discoloration as in 1 above. Replace if necessary.
3. Hose connection to vacuum. Not likely, but possible.
4. There could very well be a break in the hose wiring.
You may need to take your vacuum, with hose and power nozzle, to an authorized Aerus Electrux service shop. They can try a new hoze to see if that's the problem. If there is a break in the wiring, the hose is probably worn in other areas as well, and should be replaced.
you know the cord is broke? and you wish to remove and replace the broken one? well it has to be opened to remove or reconnect the broken wiring. is there screws attaching the removable parts in order to get to the broken cord? recommend you locate broken wires and reconnect each wire to its color either white and black. and use electrical tape to cover each wire reconnected.
Did you try a different outlet? The cord may have gone bad, most of the times I find that people don't pull the plug out of the outlet by the plug, they just pull the cord, or it got yanked out some other way and that will break the wire inside the cord. Other then that, it would have to be taken apart to find the problem.
Could be the cord reel causing the problem. Sometimes the contacks on the inside of the reel loose contact and won't conduct. If this is the problem, then you will have to replace the reel cord asm. Part # 06777540, may cost about $150 approx.
ok so I took this vaccum apart completely except for the electrical and motor systems. It seems to me that without dismantling both of these systems on the vaccum you can't replace the power cord. And I wouldn't recommend taking them apart unless you know what you are doing since replacing the power cord seems to require cutting the old power cord and soldering the new one onto the old terminals. All in all its probably easier to get a new vaccum altogether.