Question about Nilfisk Vacuums
Hi, sounds as though you have a clogged hose somewhere which in turn makes the motor get hot.
Try running a wire up through there and see if there may be a piece of something stuck crosswise, that happened to my vacuum.. I would recommend running a broom handle through the hoses if you're going to search for clogs in the line. A wire hanger could rip the hose.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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