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I have the same problem.
I had zero volts on the brush head supply terminals and have cleaned and tensioned the connectors but still no power.
When the brush head is connected and I pull the trigger the vacuum starts then stops then starts again and continues with suction but the brush hasn't moved.
When I pull the trigger without the brush connected the vacuum starts with no stop and start again. Could this indicate a sensor stopping the power for some reason?
After assuming the power to the brush wasn't being given for some reason I manually rotated the brush and found it a little stiff even though there was no hair or the like tangled in it. I tried the power again and noticed it moved slightly then stopping again. I repeated a few times and it has started to work again.
I am now of the opinion that the power isn't supplied if the brush head motor is too stiff due to a fault or tangle, so after cleaning all electrical connections try loosening the resistance of the brush motor by giving it a few turns.
I have just put a tiny drop of wd40 to the brush drive bearing and it's working great. Fingers crossed, if it happens again I will be thinking it's the brush head rather than the supply which is disconnected at source to protect the vacuum.
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-2 minutes ago by david

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Aporte original por: david ,

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I have the same problem.

I had zero volts on the brush head supply terminals and have cleaned and tensioned the connectors but still no power.

When the brush head is connected and I pull the trigger the vacuum starts then stops then starts again and continues with suction but the brush hasn't moved.

When I pull the trigger without the brush connected the vacuum starts with no stop and start again. Could this indicate a sensor stopping the power for some reason?

After assuming the power to the brush wasn't being given for some reason I manually rotated the brush and found it a little stiff even though there was no hair or the like tangled in it. I tried the power again and noticed it moved slightly then stopping again. I repeated a few times and it has started to work again.

I am now of the opinion that the power isn't supplied if the brush head motor is too stiff due to a fault or tangle, so after cleaning all electrical connections try loosening the resistance of the brush motor by giving it a few turns.

I have just put a tiny drop of wd40 to the brush drive bearing and it's working great. Fingers crossed, if it happens again I will be thinking it's the brush head rather than the supply which is disconnected at source to protect the vacuum.

2 minutes ago by david

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