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How do i separate the pipe,suction from the holder,suction pipe

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Go through this guide to help find the issue www.builtinvacuum.com/flowchrt.html. You should have suction without a filter. The bottom is on the unit, right? It needs to be air tight.

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If you have suction at the actual intake, your issue will be in the house piping. Look for any damaged inlet doors which are ajar, also look at any inlets you may have recently removed for painting or renovation work. Each inlet has an o ring seal which must be properly aligned. If not aligned you will hear a hiss at the inlet when the door is closed.

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