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try to clean the filter of the vaccuum wash it with water.or dispose the dirt inside maybe your vaccum is full of dust. check the suction hose maybe it clog up or check the rotation of the motor maybe it has reverse rotation try to replace capacitor.
There are several filters on bag-less vacuums that need to be cleaned. Dig out your owners manual or open the one below. See section 3 for filters and maintenance. If you are vacuuming a house bigger than about 1500 square feet, you should be cleaning the filters every other use. Personally, after using a bagless for a couple of months, I went back to my bagged vacuum. http://www.hoover.com/pdfs/manuals/U6630900.pdf
You must flip the Tri Star upside down to reveal hidden body screws. Generally 2 at back near the wheels and one at front below the cord retainer. Once removed the body will separate at the bumper. Before removing the motor , note the position of the carbon brushes relative to the body housing. They will be offset allowing the housing to close without striking the motor. This is a metal vac body, your connects must be clean and should be taped after using twist terminals as a precaution. Your cord will go first to the switch, then power runs from the switch to one side each of the power head and motor, then from the opposite power head and motor lead back to the switch. You should secure a knot inside the body of the vac as a strain relief so the cord cannot slip out after connecting
Does it try? Or is it just totally dead, doesn't even grunt when prodded? Some will shut off if overheated, and will later start just fine.
Some will shut off if an internal filter gets too clogged and the motor is straining too hard. Open it and clean/ replace any internal filters - often it's just a piece of mesh/sponge in a frame near the motor housing, inside the machine. Remove, rinse, shake off any water, re-insert. Try to start.
If vacuum is the bag style, is there a lever/switch inside that gets pressed when the bag is too full?
For a removable bag, try removing the bag and see if the machine will run for a couple of seconds without the bag present. Of course it might have a sensor and refuse to run if _no_ bag is found... but at least if it did try to run, that would give you a clue.
If it's the kind that has a rug-beater/spinning-brush cleaning head, is there a small (usually red) button possibly labeled "Reset"? What happens if you press that? If no beater head is involved, try looking all over the outside of the machine - and then start opening cover(s) and looking inside for anything like a reset button. Or a fuse. Can't really be more specific. Not a real expert... just spent hours poking around inside my own vacuum for a different problem.
It usually gets louder as the filters clog up and eventually burns out. Try replacing all the filters and giving the bin and the vortex generator a good blow out with compressed air. Fluff can stay inside and cause the motor to strain hence the increased noise.
It must still be under warranty -used to be 3 but now 5 years -so if it doesn't improve contact Dyson and they will repair it free of charge.
Vacuum works with the battery but does not work with 120 volt. Every time I plug it in it blows the internal fuse. I have replaced the fuse inside the vaccum several times and every time i plug it in it blows. What do you think it could be?
Did you check the inlet hose down by the brush roll, it may be clogged there. Your system says that that must be a clog. Did you drop something like a big marble down thru the hose and have go all the way thru?