Question about Vacuums
I know I have power down to the last quick disconnect in the housing base. I take off the cover today and I have circuit boards, capacitors, ect., ect. I have a digital meter. Is there anything I can check and how to check? As in circuit board, burnt motor, ect. Thanks in advance for any and all help.
I'm an engineer for Hyatt hotels and I've worked with the S12 vacuums for a few years now. The most common problem electrically lies in the main switch and the power cord. Almost at no time in the past three years and working for 4 hotels have I had to replace any motor or board component for them. Take out the handle from the bag housing and use your volt meter/circuit tester to test the main switch, if that and your power cord are good, then you might have a bad fuse, which is located on the brush side of the main chip board. Any other questions, feel free to email me directly @ [email protected]
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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According to you your machine's resistor burnt out. This resistor is located above the 240 volt capacitor which white base. change the resistor soon. For color code of the resistor you can follow the manual. You can visit also the product website for tech assistance.
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