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The system was removed to another location and one

The system (nu tone vac sysem cv353w) was removed to another location and one hose hook up was moved to another wall, now the system will not come on when I plug the hose in unless I turn it on by the buttom on the unit, do you think maybe that the the hose hook up that was moved to another wall was not hooked up right, because none of the hose hook up are working as they once did in the house. could moving just one hose hook up to another wall mess up the whole house hose hook up if it was not done right?

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  • Chemist1961 May 11, 2010

    Each, "hose hook up is called an inlet and is wired to a circuit running back to the vac. So moving that vac or one inlet caused a change in the wiring. You need to turn on the vac and first test that each inlet still has suction. Tthen you need to backtrack on the changes which wee made to ensure there is a wire connection running from each inlet to the vac to the main wire which runs to the vac. Behind each inlet in the wall there will be a paired wire which should be connected to two screws on the back of the inlet and then runs from the inlet back along the pie and to the vac. Each inlet should have at least one set of this wiring running back and connecting into the vac wiring. Check it out and post back

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Yes it could. It sounds like your low voltage wires are not hooked up properly. You need to get your contractor back out there.
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