Wet&Dry use,Blow fuction,with Hook
* Unit dimension
* Input voltage
* Dust tank capacity
* Air flow
* Cable length
* Dram material
2-in-1 small tool, 1.5m hose
1pc metal telescopic tube or 2pcs plastic tubes, 1pc HEPA filter,1pc dust bag
1pc plastic or metal bottom brush
* Nominal power
* Gift box:
* Master carton:
* Packaging material:
Double corrugated cardboard
* loading qty (20'/40'/40H'):
Packing:Gift Box / Export Cartons
Standard:CE, GS, CB, EMC
Q: My Vacbag keeps splitting when I use it, why does it keep doing that?
Your Vacbag may not be the one suited for your unit, as it will split if it is not the right size for the vacuum cleaner. The bag itself is not an issue with size or shape, but if the hose doesn’t fit into it then it breaks it. We have a range of Vacbags for many models of vacuum cleaners, we can always see if one fits your model or if there is a distributor near you.
Q: My vacuum just stopped while I was using it! What do I do now?
All of our vacuum cleaners have been fitted with a thermal safety cut-off switch which activates to stop the motor from burning out. When it does that it will prevent the unit from turning on again until it has cooled sufficiently to reset, which is between 2 – 4 hrs. The most common reason for safety cut-off switch activated is the filters needs to be cleaned. Please read the instruction manual and follow the instructions on how to clean the filters.
- Q:Hoover VS Kirby vacuum?
- Kirby is outrageously priced and is not worth half the cost. Same with Rainbo and Rainbo has been tested by Consumer Reports and recieved a very low rating. Sara has posted two different Ph. numbers now without the area code.
- Q:Manufacturing Engineering?
- Look at the hand held vacuums they have in the store. If the housing is plastic, it is a 99.99% chance it is injection molded. If it is made of metal it could be extruded if it has a constant cross section along its length. Aluminum is a very common extrusion metal. I would doubt any high volume hand vac would have a forged housing, but I don't get out that much. Casting and machining is a possibility. As far as costs, it all depends on the life of the tool, and the number of cavities for a mold or a casting. If you mold/cast one part at a time it is much more expensive than two or four or eight. The more you mold at once, the bigger the molding/casting machine and the more expensive the mold/casting. So it depends on how many you want to make in a given amount of time, and how many through the life of the product. Finally, for your modification, do you have a design with drawings and a volume target? That is the first step to figuring out costs.
- Q:what do i do with my dog?
- Go ahead and take him to the vet to make sure nothing was damaged. If they take the rest of the tooth out, it won't bother him. We rescued a Katrina dog that had a lot of teeth problems and had to get his teeth pulled and it didn't make him think twice about eating and chewing on stuff after. Of course, right after, he'll be a little uncomfortable, but he'll be fine. He'll adapt in no time!! If he doesn't have to get his tooth pulled and everything's fine, at least you checked to make sure.
- Q:Why do vacuum cleaners have lights on the front of them?
- Well.. I am sure that it is NOT because they expect people to vacumn at night but there are rooms that are dimly light and the light helps a little... but when one really thinks about it.. it was a poor question and obviously the person who thought of the IDEA of putting a light on a vacumn did not have his IDEA BULB brightly lit
- Q:Why do British/English accents always sound so pompous and arrogant?
- Same reason all American accents make the speaker sound slow and stupid.
- Q:What is a good vacuum?
- Oreck, it's very pricey but well worth it. My last apt had berber and it worked wonderful on it!!
- Q:As a consumer, technician, or enthusiast, would you buy a book about vacuum cleaners covering everything?
- no i have instruct already
- Q:Do Kirby vacuum cleaners really live up to the hype?
- I have a Kirby that is 18 months old and a Dyson that is about 2 years old. I have 2 dogs and 2 cats that shed like crazy. I use the Dyson first (which doesn't clog) which does a great job picking up the hair and then deep clean with the Kirby. I have bad allergies, and using the vacuums this way, I save a fortune on bags for the Kirby and get up far more dust mite droppings than I would otherwise. I thought the Kirby did a pretty good job with its dry foam carpet cleaner, but I also use steam and chemicals for some areas.
- Q:Why do you think there are headlights on vacuum cleaners?
- So the dog will chase them.
- Q:irobot vacuum cleaner that sucks up dog hair?
- Don't waste your money - you will be extremely unhappy with the results. Cleaning one of those robots does not just involve dumping the trash - you need to clean the brushes and rollers as well. The bad part about irobot is that pet hair will wrap tightly around the guides on the sides of the rollers. You can't just pick that off - it takes a tool to pry the stuff loose.
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