Question about Hoover UH70015 Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum
Hi, I have a Hoover Bagless myself. I also have worked professionally fixing Vacuum Cleaners. There may be some material caught between the roller end and the end bearing or the edge of the roller compartment. This could be causing excessive friction causing the motor to overheat. Like a piece of carpet fabric that wrapped around the end. However, that is not supposed to happen to a vacuum cleaner. If you turn the vacuum cleaner over, exposing the brush, you may find it. And be able to remove.
HOWEVER: This is supposed to be a premium Vacuum. It has a very high rating. It certainly is still covered under warranty. I would take my receipt, be safe, and exchange it.
I hope this helps,
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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