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    Hi, I bought a used delta 40-601 last night for my son. This afternoon he had it going at low speed and was playing with the blower hose plugging it with his finger and the machine shut off and will not start. Any suggestions?

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    Couple things to try. #1 check to see if the unit has a circuit breaker or fuse that popped. #2 Assuming you have access to an air compressor trying blowing the switch out. There might be a heavy coat of dust in the switch. #3 check the power cord for breaks or a bad connection. #4 check the brushes on the motor.
    Scott
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    • #3
      I agree with Scott. Don't think you can blame the kid on this one :-)
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      • #4
        thanks alot for the info. will check it out
        Daryl

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