To reduce the risk of electric shock, turn power switch o
and disconnect polarized plug from electrical outlet before
performing maintenance or troubleshooting checks.
Problem Possible causes Remedies
Blown fuse/tripped breaker Check/replace fuse or reset breaker
Vacuum is in upright position Recline vacuum to operate brush
Brushroll automatically turned off
to prevent damage due to clog or
large debris in brushroll.
Locate brush reset button on lower
back right of unit and press red
button. Follow instructions on page 11.
pick up dirt
Crack or hole in hose Check hose and replace if needed
Rotating floor brush bristles worn Replace brush
Dirt container or cyclone not
Position correctly and lock in place
Variable suction power is set to
the low setting
Rotate variable suction counter
clockwise for full suction power
Filters are dirty Check and clean pre-motor and
post-motor filters, see page 9
Dirt container full Empty dirt container
Filters or secondary cyclone
missing or installed incorrectly
Check secondary cyclone, pre-motor and
post-motor filters for correct installation
Dirt container installed incorrectly
Pull out and re-insert dirt container correctly
Is your vacuum plugged in?
Are all hoses connected?