Question about Vacuums
John, as you know air flow and CFM of the air is what makes the vacuum work. There is rubber seals or gaskets all along the air way to keep the air moving from the floor through the vacuum motor. You need to be sure a gasket has not wore out and allowing the vacuum air to escape. The vacuum motor must have a place exhaust the used vacuum and that pathway also has seals to insure it leaves the machine at the place the engineer who designed the machine wanted to go. Check for worn seals/gaskets in both incoming and outgoing airways. D&R Services, Inc.
Posted on Dec 17, 2014
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