If your Samsung vacuum overheats, you’ve come to the right place. Here we will help you identify the problem your Samsung vacuum might have . . .
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Samsung Vacuum Cleaner Overheating – Why and How To Fix
If your Samsung vacuum overheats, it could have one of many problems. Keep on reading to figure out the problem your Samsung vacuum might have . . .
The dustbin too full
If the canister of your Samsung vacuum is too full, the machine will overheat and shut down. To solve the problem, empty the vacuum canister and then leave the machine to cool for about thirty minutes before you start using it again.
The filter is dirty
Another thing that can cause your Samsung vacuum to overheat is a dirty filter. To solve the problem, you will need to wash the vacuum filter. Follow the steps below to clean a Samsung vacuum filter . . .
Step 1. Turn the vacuum off before you begin the cleaning process.
Step 2. Open up the vacuum canister.
Step 3. You will find the filter in the dustbin. Put your hand inside and take it out.
Step 4. Tap the filter on the side of a dustbin or sink to get rid of loose dirt.
Step 5. Wash the filter under a tap and make sure you do not use any cleaning agents on it.
Step 6. Leave the filter to dry for about twenty four hours.
Step 7. When the filter is completely dry, put it back into the dustbin.
Step 8. Check if the vacuum works properly now.
The vacuum brush is dirty
Another thing that can make your Samsung vacuum overheat is a dirty brush. To solve the problem, you will need to clean the vacuum brush. Follow the steps below to clean a Samsung vacuum brush . . .
Step 1. Turn your vacuum off before you begin the cleaning process.
Step 2. Disconnect the brush from the vacuum.
Step 3. Clean the brush with a damp piece of cloth.
Step 4. Reconnect the brush to the vacuum.
Follow the same steps to clean the turbo action brush only instead of wiping it, use a pair of scissors to cut any hair that might be stuck to the brush.