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I can't find the switch to change from suction to blowing leaves. Can you help?

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Hi,
there is no switch - you must place the plastic on the unit and remove the round piece from the suction area. You need a copy of the instructions for sure. It is complicated to switch from one to the other and takes a long time. hardly worth bothering with for me

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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