Question about Vacuums
You must be in the UK, that is where this model comes up. Anyway, you did you check the inlet by the brush roll for a clog? Hoovers have a thermostat mounted by the motor, they go bad and if this is the problem you will have to replace it. Motor will run but the themo thinks there is a blockage and shuts the motor down until it cools down.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
Reddevil6 is correct. This model number is a no-show. It would help to know if this is a canister or an upright, bagged or bagless. Canister models start with the letter "S" and uprights with the letter "U". You will usually find the model number on a silver sticker on the bottom of the unit, or in the case of some uprights, on the lower back of the handle.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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