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Return it as defective.

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Feb 06, 2018

the fact is that it is an air stick and not a full on vacuum cleaner
it is meant to replace a dust mop or broom and is designed for a quick clean
The company has every right to refuse to exchange it simply because you want a better product and you have used it for 12 months
IT runs for 20 minutes on normal vacuum operation and for 6 minutes on high speed or boost program
If you want another vacuum cleaner , sell the one you have on e- bay or gumtree and then get a different unit

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Feb 06, 2018

'Hoover' is the proprietary name of the Hoover Corporation. Any other device doing the same job is not a 'Hoover' unless it is made by Hoover.

Despite my best searches, I can't find a vacuum cleaner made by 'Telcos'.

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Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

The dryer heating element weakens over time and use. Replacements are available and installed by a professional technician. In order be certain of the elements demise, the technician must trace the circuit to be Shure the controller board dose not have a fault contributing to the element not functioning.
With any high voltage parts, to avoid a shock; have a pro inspect the machine.

Hoover Dryers | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

I' used to have a carpet cleaner that did the same thing.
The method they used to stop & start the water spray was a pinch system. When the trigger is pulled the clamp releases and the tube is no longer being pinched Or so that is what is supposed to happen but if it has been sitting a long time (witch is always) the tube gets stuck together where the clamp mechanism pinches the tube.
You can either squeeze the tube from the sides to get it to stop sticking or cut a small piece of and replace it using 2 (straight - Male/Male line connectors) to plug it back together.
That way you can do it when ever you need to, only replacing 3 inches or so.
It is usually just fish tank tubing you can buy at any hardware or pet store with the (straight - Male/Male line connectors) they should have in the same area of the store.
Also as I tell everyone - I love this site but youtube is another good site for helpful videos on most anything you can think of.
They should be paying me for all the advertising I do for them. lol
Good Luck

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

tern it upside down and just unclip the 2 clips that are holding the bottom on, takes about 2 seconds.

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

It is usually located on the duct inside the unit. You will have to take off either the front or back cover and follow the exhaust duct back to the burner. I would remove the front cover first as this is usually where the majority of wires are located. Make sure you unplug the unit first and while you have the cover off check as much of the duct work as possible. If you are adventurous enough you might want to remove some of the duct work and see if you have lint build up causing the thermal device to trip. If there is not then you might want to replace it. You should be able to find one online any of the appliance parts places should have one.

Hoover Dryers | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

The cold water feed pipe is attached to the inlet solenoid valve. That's a nylon-looking body with a threaded inlet to which you connect the hose. If the nylon is cracked, you need a new valve, which costs about £20 incl P&P
for an equivalent from Ransom Spares, part no. RS122987

REMINDER: Disconnect from power supply and ensure water is securely turned OFF before you dismantle the machine !
To avoid further frost damage, turn off the water and disconnect the pipe in cold weather. A more convenient solution would be a small thermostatic electric space heater to warm the area when it gets cold.

Hoover UltraCare... | Answered on Feb 03, 2018

A possible fault that is consistent with your symptoms is that the water level sensing is confused. This is usually a column of water in a plastic tube bearing on a diaphragm switch which operates when the weight of water is sufficient to trip it.

The water level is adjusted by a dial which alters the pre-loading on the switch, meaning it needs a bigger or lesser column of water to trip it. If there is a leak in the tube, that would account for the water level trying to cycle. Any water underneath the machine? If so it is a good indicator that is the right track. If not it still may be that fault, but the leaking water is just not making it to the floor.

It is normal that the program suspends for filling, and it will not give rise to an error. Also normal is flow through the detergent drawer whenever there is a fill cycle. What is not normal is the repeated fill cycles.

Also investigate the actual switch associated with the level sensing. It might have bad contacts.

Please post what you eventually find the fault to be. Helps everyone, especially those trying to diagnose at a distance.

Hoover Nextra... | Answered on Feb 03, 2018

The idler arm assembly with the pulley puts tension on the V belt to turn the brushroll, if the idler arm isn't releasing the tension properly the brushroll will keep spinning even with the handle forward. Inspect this area to see if you can find what could be causing the belt to not release tension.

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Feb 03, 2018

There is a known problem with these washers whereby a small electrical current 'leak' from the heater element causes the machine to think it still has water in it.
Disconnect the wires on the heater (tape them up or otherwise make safe) then run a cycle to verify that part as the problem.

Hoover H130E... | Answered on Jan 31, 2018

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