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Offline apeg

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The brush works/ed if the handle/wand was in certain positions, usually low to the ground like youíre vacuuming under a couch. The moment you lift the handle the brush stops.

I started taking apart and inspecting each connection joint, the entire bottom mechanism and motor are now spotless (dismantled brush and motor to make sure I didnít have that ring of hair problem), the issue persists.
I then started playing with the wand in different positions to see if I could narrow the on/off behavior.

Then lead me to the 90 deg swivel joint where the hose connects to the handle. I took it completely apart and saw nothing of concern (wire fray wise) but since putting it back together I have been unable to get it to go on at all, no matter the angle. 

Any ideas? everything looked good in the handle, no issues with connections or wire fraying.

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Re: DC46 (Canadian) and I am having trouble with intermitted brush spinning
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2020, 08:29:27 PM »
It will be an internal break in the wire, surely?

Do you have a test meter?

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Re: DC46 (Canadian) and I am having trouble with intermitted brush spinning
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2020, 09:59:46 PM »
I can get my hands on one... I'll make sure to post results.

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