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The unit will not turn on at wall outlet. the unit works fine at other outlets

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  • mdasurvey Sep 09, 2009

    where do I begin to look for the power? When I say wall outlet I mean the vacuum inlet not a power outlet

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Check the outlet to make sure you have power going to it.

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