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We have a Dixie Narco DNCB 240M/138-6 PE2299 Soda Vending Machine How do we increase the amount per soda?


Check behind the coin mechanism. When you open your machine, pull out the coin mechanism. You will see a set of dip switches there. Go to this page for more help. http://www.vendingadvantage.com/troubleshooting.htm

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The vacuum only allows the brush to spin & has a high pitch sound?


This is usually caused by a clogged air flow. Start with making sure the filter is clean.
Check behind the filter, at the inport hole. This is a common place for clogs to form, then back up into the hose.
Detach the hose at both the tank and powerhead. You may be able to see a clog at either end. If not, hold one end up and drop a coin in. Lift hose so coin drops through. If the coin doesn't exit, there's a blockage. You can clear it by using a broom handle to push it back through.
Check the powerhead where the hose attaches. If a clog isn't visible, drop a coin in the opening. If it doesn't fall through, the clog can be cleared by using a wooden spoon handle, or similar blunt object, to push it through to the brush and out.
For additional troubleshooting, see the manual located below.

http://www.eureka.com/service/manuals/77418_r2.pdf

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My Oreck XL is shooting dust out from the roller when I try to vacumn


This is a sign that the bag is full or there's a clog in the air flow piping. Check behind the brush for clogs and remove if there is. Open the cloth bag, remove the paper bag, and check inside the tube. If no blockage is visible, drop a coin or marble down the opening and see if it rolls out. If not, there's a clog that needs removed. You can use an air pressure hose to blow it out..

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The vacum will run until the hose is inserted and then the motor shuts off. The vacum switch must be hooked up incorrectly. Do you have a schematic?


Before trying to take it apart, check the hose for a blockage. Disconnect the hose at both ends, drop a coin in one end, lift that end of hose allowing coin to drop through. If it doesn't come through, there's a clog. You should be able to clear it by plugging the hose into the exhaust port of the vacuum, holding the other end to the in port, and turning on.
Another possible problem is a dirty afterfilter. Remove the air diffuser/tool holder on the back of the vacuum. If the filter is dirty, it blocks the air flow and the vacuum will shut off due to overheating. Remove it, connect the hose, and turn on the vacuum.
If you don't have a manual, you can download it at the below site. Click on the space under "older models", click on Ambassador III, and download.
Information for removing the air diffuser is on page 9.

http://www.aerusvacuums.com/support/manuals/

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Problem is system cuts off after 10-30 seconds. Is this a common problem?


It is if the motor overheats. Overheating can be caused by several things. Clogged pipes, hose, wands, or power nozzle, or a dirty filter are the most common.
First, disconnect the hose from the wands, plug the hose into the wall outlet, and check the suction. If it's weak or non-existent, there's probably a blockage in it. You can double check by dropping a coin in one end and lifting the hose until the coin drops out the other end. This can best be cleared by using a shop vac or air compressor to blow air through it from the wall end. Plug the shop vac hose into the exhaust port, with the other end in the wall end of the hose Turn on. If this doesn't clear it, you'll probably need to take it to a repair shop.
Visually check the wands. If clogged, simply push it out with a broom handle.
With the wand detached, drop a coin into the wand opening of the power nozzle. If it doesn't fall through, use a wooden spoon handle to push the clog back through toward the brush. Clear it from there.
Check the filter. Remove it and rinse thoroughly. Allow it to air dry thoroughly before reinstalling.
If none of these help, the vacuum needs to be taken to a repair shop for diagnosis and repair.

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I have a new Hoover vacuum the one designed for pets...and it constantly is throwing dust out when I vacuum...I can't seem to get the hose unplugged...how do I do this?


First, complete detach the hose from the machine. Drop a small coin through the hose to ensure that's where the clog is. If the coin doesn't go through, connect wrong end of hose to the intake and turn vacuum on. This should loosen the clog and possibly clear it completely. If not use an air hose or shop vacuum exhaust to blow the clog out. Borrow one if necessary.
Check inside intake for a clog between hole and filter. If it's clear, check the tube in the power head. Because of the bend there, it's a good (bad?) spot for clogs. This can usually be cleared by using the hose with a nozzle to vacuum it out. Or try needle nose pliers to grasp and pull out.

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Low suction at end of 30' hose, after I snaked the hose


Snaking the hose won't change the suction unless you pushed an obstruction deeper into it. Try dropping a coin through the handle and shake it through to the other end. If the coin stops it will rattle at the obstruction. If the coin passes through your issue is either and inlet with the door ajar or a loss of suction due to an obstruction in the pipe or a leak at the machine, either the gasket or filter or similar. Post back.
To test each inlet for suction, mark a tissue with a # for each and move your hose inlet to inlet , then go to the pail and see what came through.This will help to determine if you have a blockage in your main line or a branch of the internal piping.

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Hoover Mach 4 Overheats and shuts down after a few minutes


You have lost air flow due to blockage. Look for blockage in the throat of the machine where dirt enters from the floor. Do this by removing the base plate or opening throat inspection flap if so equipped. Also detach the hose and drop a coin through to see if there is and obstruction in that area.

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Hose Collapses When I Try to Use Wand


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Ok you have A blockage, Remove flexi hose completly from rear of machine & completly remove wand & handle from the hose.

Now check flexi hose for obstruction if none present move on to the wand & hanndle look down through tha wand for any obstruction look very carefully where the plastic handle meets alloy tube there is A slight bend here often A coin gets stuck here & flips accross to block oppening when you try to use wand.

If you cant see anything coin etc put hose back on machine & switch on there should be good suction from the flexi hose,
Now with machine still switched on push alloy pipe back on if the hose suddenly pulls back & there is poor or no suction you definately have A coin stuck at the bend.

You will need A broom handle or other long solid pole to hit it out.
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