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Was vacumning watershut off switch would not start again water level was well below the ball

ShopVac QPS series,Quiet Deluxe, 10 gals, 2 1/2 HP

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Left the top assembly which includes the motor out side in the sun for 2 days and this am it started. cwcb

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