Question about Toro "Toro" Super Blower/Vac
I live in zip code 02675
I have a Toro Super blowervac and the plug has melted
Do you know where I might bring it to find out if it can be fixed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It appears that for some reason, the connection at the extension cord, overheated. Could be caused by: 1. a problem with the vacuum unit (bearings, jamming up, something like that)
2. The extension cord itself was defective. Could have been abused, moisture could have broken down the "contact" or the point of contact or blades of the extension were loose and caused excessive current draw at that point, overheating the device.
Or, it could have been a factory fault with the extension.
Plug your blower into a good receptacle, and see how it runs. If it is
sluggish or not coming up to speed, the problem could be in the unit.
Check manufacturer's recommendation for extension cord size and length.
Posted on Dec 02, 2016
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