Question about Rainbow E series Canister Wet/Dry Vacuum
You simply begin with an empty water basin, turn the unit on, and gingerly slurp the water away. Do not plunge the nozzle into a pool of water. Afterall, this is a vacuum cleaner, it moves air and the water/debris you kick-up into the air, not a water pump. The standard basin has a maximum capacity of 2 quarts, before the unit effectively drowns. If you have the special larger basin, then it has a 4 quart capacity. If you are trying to remove a larger volume of water, then you will have to empty the water basin multiple times. Unfortunately, you have to keep a close eye on the water level, so that you do not drown the vacuum.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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