Question about Craftsman Blower Attachment
Look at the very bottom of the unit. See the vented spring loaded cover where the air is drawn in? The key is the "air is being drawn in". This doesn't change whether the machine is blowing or vacuuming. It HAS to draw air in as quite frankly every machine uses air to cool itself and operate..including computers. Open the vented bottom to the machine and insert the large vacuum tube there. You may have to twist it into place. Now where the blower tube is...take that off and attatch your collection back to the tube outlet on the machine. Done.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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