Question about Vacuums
There are two types of coupling that plug in. One has a solid metal ring. There are two metal electrical **** inside of the inlet. When you press the coupling into the inlet the metal ring completes the circuit. If the ring or the **** are badly tarnished, they may have to be scrubbed before they complete the circuit.
The other type of coupling has a double split. There is a switch on the wand that completes the circuit from one side of the split to the other. If when inserted, this split lines up on one of the **** and the *** doesn't touch either part of the ring, then it is not going to operate either.
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Posted on May 29, 2009
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