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I have a VS106 and I'velost the drip pan an now it's not working.My question is , is that why it's Not working????

Lost the drip pan and tried to use the sealer and it will NOT work. No sealing no sucking of course

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Not sure of the product but some items like this will have some type of a sensor to see if the pan is in place before it will work.

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