Question about Vacuums
seal is stuck.
open it with a screwdriver.
then, the side that is stuck, take a plier and remove the metal clip closest to the motor. with pliers again, unstuck the tube that is most likely stuck and remove one side of it. blow into it with your mouth. not too hard.
when unstuck, you can blow and **** air... you should feel and hear the diafragm work fine.
close it up and voilà.
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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