hank you for that information. If the cord is in good shape then the problem with this model is either one of two things. The Thermal fuse has failed or the motor brushes need replacement.
If the unit was worked hard that day, its very possible the thermal fuse which is soldered in place near the motor inline with the motores hot lead is bad. That can be tested with a meter. Actually all of this can be tested with a meter but the unit needs to be opened up for this repair.
Also the motor brushes will also fail if the unit has a lot of run time on it and they are a but more difficult to replace. None the less, this one worth the cost of repair. And we can not rule out a bad plug or cord. All of this could be tested with an inexpensive meter available from any local hardware store. But if you dont want to go through all that and the expense of the meter and possibly tools for this task, you can simply bring this one in to any vacuum repair shop. The repair should not be too much unless the armature as failed( motor core winding). Which is doubtful anyway.
This repair should be less than $50.00 US form any vacuum repair shop;-)
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