Question about Ridgid 9 Gallon Wet/Dry Shop Vac 96882 Canister Vacuum
Detach hose, turn on vacuum, hold hand in front of intake to check airflow/suction. If it seems good, you either have a clog in the hose, are bad leakage.
If it's a clog, try placing end of hose in the exhaust port, turn on machine, and blow clog free. You may need to place other end into intake. This should clear it.
If hose is cracked, punctured, or smashed/collapsed, replacement will be necessary.
If there's not much suction at the intake, it may be time to replace your vacuum, or at least the motor.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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