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#1 posted 08-28-2016 11:18 PM

My first thought would be that the motor unit is too close to the cyclone and it’s just sucking everything up and not giving it a chance to “cyclone”.Maybe moving the motor unit and placing hose there and then to the unit may help.Look how the commercial units are setup,the motor unit is separate from the cyclone filter section.
I know nothing but that’s what I would think.


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