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Im tring to find a free diagram on under the hood vac. hose line on a 92 f150 302 2 wheel dr.

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Sorry, you need to repost this in the auto. section, this is for vacuum cleaners.

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Hi, it's Ambrai from Crucial Vacuum.

I have inserted a link that will direct you to your ProHeat's User Guide: http://www.bissell.com/assets/0/132/134/228/37c9e5f4-f551-4b35-917f-33c0e7055ea9.pdf

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Here's the correct belt:
http://vacuummedic.com/product.php?id=86



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Remove the hood by popping the 4 tabs holding it on with a flat blade screwdriver. There are arrows on the bottom telling you where to pry. Lift the hood off you will see where the belt runs clearly. Stretch the belt into place and replace the hood. I'll include the link to the correct belt as well.

http://www.vacuummedic.com/product.php?id=8


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If you want to take the hose off you can just flush it with a garden hose or in a wash tub. Just back flow it a few times. All the parts are plastic and water proof you wont hurt it. The black seal I believe you are looking for is this:

http://www.vacuummedic.com/product.php?id=422


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The question makes perfect sense assuming we are talking about the ShopVacPumpVac. These devices are, essentially, a combination shop vac and sump pump. For those answering the question, you can see literature on these vacuum/sumps here: https://www.shopvac.com/includes/streamPDF.asp?loc=pdf&id=Shop-Vac-Pump-It-Out .

When I have experienced the loss of drainage, I have found a couple obvious problems and solutions.

First, make sure that the garden/discharge hose is not kinked at any point along the line from the vacuum to the outside. If kinked, the line will not drain.

Second, the baffle can become blocked or clogged. Take the following steps to determine if your baffle is clogged and to clear the clog:

1. Turn off and unplug the vacuum.
2. Unclip the two lid clips.
3. Lift the lid of the vacuum. When properly set up, the baffle hangs below the filter housing on an opaque hose about 1 foot in length.
4. Grasp that hose and pull firmly downward. Once removed, I take that hose and the attached baffle to an outside garden hose.
5. Pull the baffle off the opaque hose.
6. Spray water from your garden hose through the opaque hose to make sure it is clear.
7. Spray the baffle clear.
8. Lightly tap the port of the baffle, where the opaque hose has been inserted. Most of my clogs have been the result of hair balls (or worse) at this point. Just tap any blockage out and rinse.

Third, reattach the baffle to the opaque hose. Reattach the opaque hose and baffle to the motor under the filter housing. Set the vacuum top on the canister. Click the locking clamps closed.

If this doesn't result in clearing the clog and allowing it to drain, then you are in the exact spot I am right now. If I figure out this new problem, I will update further. But I have cleared this kind of clog maybe five times in the six months I've been using this new Shop Vac Sump Vac

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Carolyn, The 1401B is one of a family of US built LUX models , now sold by AERUS Electrolux. It shares common info with the MARQUISE, Super J , Olympia and 1205, etc so if you come across a used manual for any of them you will be in good shape.
Try an AERUS Electrolux dealer but the manual may be out of print.Also try a local vac shop
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Set the dial at front between medium and fine and don`t adjust, this is the bag fill control, NOT a suction control.
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When you wheels squeak while vacuming spray the axle shaft behind the neck with a drop of WD 40.
If you feel air venting thru the hose behind the handle or if it is crushed and kinked there or at the vac replace the hose for better suction. The weight of this vac weras out hoses. When the castor below the body cracks and it will, match it with a small SHEPARD castre at the hardware store.
If your rewind is sluggish, pour a tablespoon of talc or baby powder in a tissue and run it up and down the lenght of the vac cord end to end. Then drop the tissue into the vac bag fro fresh scent.....
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The power will not come one remotely!!


The reset is not the problem. If you have suction at the vac itself , but no elsewhere., you have blockage in your main line, or your hose. Try dropping a coin thru the handle of the hose and shake it all the way thru the other end. If your hose is clear the obstruction is in your piping. If your hose is clogged you must back out the blockage by sucking it back thru the handle.
Go to each inlet with a coin and touch the contacts inside the throat of the inlet...., 2 little brass spring loaded pins. If you can feel suction move on one inlet at a time. If you have no suction at any inlet your blockage is in the main line. If you have suction at some inlets , your blockage is in a branch. Try to pinpoint the closest inlet to the vac where you have no suction. Then put another vac like a shop vac up to the inlet and **** the blockage back out if possible. ..What wedges in must back out the way it went in. Post back with more info if this doesn't work

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Need an owner's manual on line


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Need an owner's manual on line
Posted by LinJay on Jun 09, 2008
I have lost my owner's manual for my shop vac and need to figure out how to set it up so I can pump out my flooded basement using a garden hose.
Is there anywhere I can find an owner's manual on line??
The model stated on my vac is not what I clicked on your site....my vac states:
Model QPV 10.5


Hello,
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. I am supplying you with the contact for the Shop Vac Factory Service for owner’s manuals listed below: for the website and the customer service line, but make sure you include the Shop Vac Model # and the Serial # as well. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions.

http://shopvac.com/contact.asp Customer Service 570-326-0502 Phone #
Shop-Vac Corporation Customer Service 570-326-7185 Fax #
2323 Reach Road
P.O. Box 3307
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours are: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (EST)
Thanks, Don the Vac Man
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