Question about Polti Vacuums
Vaporetto eco pro 3000
I had the same problem with my Polti 715 - every time I powered it up it would trip the circuit breaker on my mains power. I found that it was due to the power cable coming out of the Polti steamer - it had split slightly at the base of the unit exposing a bit of the blue wire inside. I dismantled the Polti - I had to use a long Torx screw driver to undo the screws. I disconnected the power cable in the Polti, I cut off about 15 cm of the power cable from where the split was and then re-terminated the power cable onto the Polti and then it was all good. So a fault int the power cable was the cause.
Posted on May 03, 2014
You need a 60amp to run this have a quilified elec in stall
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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