Question about Hoover Telios Canister Vac Vacuum
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Telios has a bad design on the handle and it sounds like something has definately got stuck. Unfortunately the nature of the cheap European design means the handle can only be removed by someone who owns a vice in their garage without breaking the removal points. Alternatively find a long bamboo stick or pole to put inside the hose mount which connects normally from the main bin of the Telios (not the other way around up the handle) which has no sharp edges and push up and down vigourously to dislodge any clogged dirt which may have inadverntely got stuck either by the handle or in the hose itself.
Another thing to do is to check the suction from the Telios itself by removing the hose. If there is suction coming from the main dirt bag/bin door with the hose removed then there is no problem other than a clogged hose and handle. Hoover updated the handle and hose in 1999 and spares can be found by looking on Ebay.co.uk for cheaper prices.
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
Generally, there are 'hidden' screws which are found under plastic plugs. Look for them. You may also find some screws on the opposite side of the plate holding the lead. Finally, sometimes the plate will slide up or down from its fixed position. I'm not familiar with your exact unit, however.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: telios 2000
This is normally caused by restricted airflow, causing the heat sensor switch to trip. Please make sure the hose and bag are not clogged, verifying you have good suction and airflow to the hose end when you initially turn it on. The heat sensor switch is intended to shut off the motor if sufficient cooling air is not present.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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