Starter Won't Turn on in a Hoover Vacuum U6425-900

Written by kaye wagner
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Starter Won't Turn on in a Hoover Vacuum U6425-900
Use an old toothbrush if you don't have a long-handled brush. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

The Hoover U6425-900 is the company's self-propelled WindTunnel machine. It can clean carpeted and uncovered floors and has a power tool that can vacuum upholstery, stairs or other hard-to-reach areas. If the machine won't turn on it is likely because the thermal protector is activated. The thermal protector shuts the machine off once it reaches temperatures that could damage components. Letting the machine cool off will allow you to restart it, but fixing the root issue of the overheating will prevent it from happening again.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

Things you need

  • Long-handled brush
  • Screwdriver

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  1. 1

    Turn off the machine and unplug it. Let it cool off completely to prevent yourself from getting burnt on hot metal or plastic components.

  2. 2

    Disconnect the hose from the dirt duct by twisting the hose until the pegs line up with the opening slots. Slide the hose out. The hose is located on the side of the machine.

  3. 3

    Clear any blockages from the hose or the dirt duct with a long-handled brush.

  4. 4

    Connect the hose to the dirt duct by sliding the pegs through the slots and twisting to lock it in place.

  5. 5

    Turn the machine over and remove the bottom plate by unscrewing the screws with a Phillips-head screwdriver.

  6. 6

    Remove the brush roll by popping it out of the machine.

  7. 7

    Remove any lint, hair or other debris from the brush roll. You may need to use scissors but be careful not to snip the brush bristles or scratch the brush roll.

  8. 8

    Remove any lint, hair or other debris from the brush roll compartment.

  9. 9

    Replace the brush roll and the bottom plate.

  10. 10

    Remove the powered hand tool from the hose by lining up the pegs with the slotted opening and pulling it off.

  11. 11

    Remove the plate by unscrewing the screw that holds it in place.

  12. 12

    Remove the turbine and brush by pulling them straight out.

  13. 13

    Clear any blockages from the hand tool with a long-handled brush and your fingers.

  14. 14

    Replace the turbine and the brush. Replace the plate and screw it back on. Put the hand tool back on the hose by pressing the pegs into the slots and twisting to lock it into place.

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