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it is not a computer so I moved you to vacuums.
and is MIELE maker, blue moon is just a model.
reading the manual on this crazy expensive vac
Due to its typical life expectancy of 1200 hours, Miele proudly warranties this motor for seven years, 1 year on the rest.
get it serviced in a shop , ?
deal wall jack, AC
dog eat the cord to it?
the vacuum is defective (broken)
ours runs on 120vac 15 amps , if you moved outside USA that voltage is wrong, so check that first. if moved or bought a vacuum from outside USA or the REVERSE.

Miele S5211 Deep... | Answered on Sep 28, 2019

Good afternoon Kristen.

Vacuum cleaners usually pop the 'bag full' indicator when they lose suction due to the load of dirt in the bag impeding the motor pulling air through.

If you are still getting the indicator with a new bag, and already did the prudent re-seating of the bag, the next thing is likely a clog or blockage elsewhere in the vacuum. You don't specify the model, so I can't be too specific.

Safety first. Please please please make sure the unit is unplugged before you start disassembling.

As you are able, detach hoses, look in the back of the brush unit, see if there's a blockage. Wads of crumpled paper are particularly good at wedging themselves into corrugated flex lines. Depending on location, I've found that a wire coat hanger, bent into marshmallow-roaster configuration, with the old hook bent with some pliers into a long straight section with a small half-loop at the end, can be a good probe for the long sections of tube to see if it runs into anything, and then perhaps hook it and pull it out. Be careful if you do this to not hook the tubing walls and tear them.

Hoping this helps!

Miele Vacuums | Answered on Sep 18, 2019

Check for clog. They turn off when clogged to protect motor. Do you have suction from hose, can you see through wand. Or you may have pulled cord away from cordwinder which would probably need to be replaced.

Miele Vacuums | Answered on Jul 16, 2019

Hi bndennis,

Please check the spring on your lid, it may be keeping the door open. Miele vacuum cleaners mainly use a spring concept for keeping lids open - merely pushing it down will lock it at the bottom.

Kind Regards :-)


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Miele S4210... | Answered on May 26, 2019

Most likely a bad circuit board or it could be a bad motor. Take it to your local Miele dealer for repair or replacement.

Miele Vacuums | Answered on Apr 30, 2019

Torsion spring ? Take it to your local Miele dealer for assistance.

Miele Vacuums | Answered on Apr 30, 2019

Turn it down. All Mieles have a speed control

Miele Vacuums | Answered on Apr 30, 2019

The hose is incorrect for the vacuum.

Miele Vacuums | Answered on Apr 17, 2019

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