Question about Vacuums
Having problem with lose of suction
Is the suction poor at all inlets? If so, you may have a clog in the hose. If just certain inlets, then you may have a clog in the piping. Run a small slip of paper with a number on it (number for each port) then see which one didn't make it to your cannister. Then you will know which section has a clog. Disconnect the pipe at the cannistor, turn it on and see if the suction is good there, if not then you have a problem within the main unit.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
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