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Genie Wet/Dry Vacuum replacement part

Where can I get a replacement hose for the Genie We/Dry vacuum

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    parts for dayton vacuum model # 1ug91c wet/dry

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    need replacement parts

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Hi, you can find genie replacement parts on amazon, click here and take a look: WORKSHOP Vacs Suck It Up Get It Done. I hope this was helpful. Cheers

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Lowes carries a line of generic hoses attachments and filters for shop vacs a hose is a hose

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Where can I find a filter for genie sv300q?


I have the Genie 3000 which is a 20 gal. wet/dry vac with a 3.0 HP motor. I had bought at Home Depot some 20+ years ago. I bought a replacement filter at HD made by someone other than Genie and claiming to fit my model...but it did not fit...too loose to stay in place. I did track down some hypo filters that might fit...but at $28+ for the filter I decided it was time to get a new model with better and cheaper and available filters. I bought a Ridgid WD1451 14 gal with 6.0 HP. It is so much nicer and quieter. HD regularly carries the WD1450 for $99 or so. The WD1451 is the same model but also had the car vac hose and attachments (a $40 set) included for free. That was a limited offer probably no longer available. Get you a new one and enjoy it...I did...and I still have the Genie...but I think I'll toss it because it is too big, too loud, and I love this new Ridgid.

May 28, 2014 | Genie Company GV150 Wet/Dry Vacuum

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Have a Genie 1.25 HP wet dry vac; can't find filter's.


Used a roll of toilet paper that what I used when I was drag racing. I am sorry that junky, sorry. Contact you local vacuum cleaner repair shop and see if they one on hand. Go to the Internet and for Genie Vacuum Cleaner web side. I'll bet you they will have it, order more than one. GB...stewbison

Aug 21, 2011 | Genie Company Vacuums

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My genie 10 gallon wet dry vac is hardly picking up any water. what is wrong?


Check the filter in the vacuum to see if it is plugged. Try removing the hose to see if there is better vacuum at the machine. Is there a hepa filter in the exhaust that might be plugged. Hope this helps!

Sep 26, 2010 | Genie Company GV150 Wet/Dry Vacuum

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Where can I fet parts for a Genie SV300Q wet/dry


Depending on what parts are needed Home Depot for instance carries parts for these

Apr 13, 2010 | Genie Company GV150 Wet/Dry Vacuum

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DOES NOT HAVE ANY SUCTION


check for dirt around seal. or could be plugged hose. take off hose and see if you have suction at unit

Nov 12, 2009 | Genie Company GV150 Wet/Dry Vacuum

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USE GENIE WET DRY VAC WITH OR WITHOUT PAPER LINER?


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Because Genie no longer makes any vacuums or blowers, and did not keep a parts inventory to support owners of their products (a reason not to buy one of their garage door openers) it might be best in the long run to ‘garage sale’ the Genie, and buy a new vac from a brand that will be around for awhile. I have two Craftsmen, and one Ridgid, besides the PB15, which is going in the nest garage sale, for the above reason.

As far as your blower to vacuum problem -- The hose is moved from the blower outlet, which is the top black piece with the handle and switch, to the hole in the canister for vacuum. The intent of the PB15 was to use the top piece as a hand held electric leaf blower, or when attached to the yellow canister as a vacuum, when you use the hose attached to the canister.

Apr 16, 2009 | Genie Company GV150 Wet/Dry Vacuum

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