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BEAM Serenity Plus 2900 has shutdown

Was vacuuming dirt in the basement for past day and a half off/on. Today tried to fire it up..no go. checked the back - emptied it. Wasn't all that full. Checked the power - no prob there. Is there a reset button for this unit if it had overheated??

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    So there is power to the machine but it wont turn on?
    Or it's turning on with no suction?


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I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. OK, there is a reset button on the unit but i think it could be that your vacuum could be clogged in the vacuum lines and that you should check all the inlets/outlets in your house with your vacuum hose - or get a vacuum cuff and go to each individual outlets and check the suction by feel - if the outlet is clogged you may have to call someone to unclogg it or by going to each oultlet the system may unclog it self -- or you can use a plumbers snake and be careful because the lines in a central vacuum are thinner than the walls in a plumbing situation or have it professionally unclogged by a priofessional. When you are using another vacuum to unclog the unit make sure the central vac is runing and to try to pull the clog apart from both directions. Below is a link to the factory for Beam and if you need a owners manuel for the Central Vac
http://www.beamvac.com/usa/

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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