Now is the time to test the group of fittings that connects to the right of the solenoid. This is really bad because you have to take off the whole back panel.
Well I took off the panel to remove the solenoid and I had to take a picture (second picture) what was behind the panel. (The solenoid was being held on by 2 screws.) So I took off the group of fitting and they look totally clogged with rust. The barbs are the same way. I believe the only way to fix this problem is to order a new part from Grainger.
I know one thing about opening a Coleman vacuum with a drill and that’s that you will not be doing it with a battery power drill. What a pain! Only 3-4 more to go. Actually Greg drove by today and I am going to try some of his suggestions first: TNT, jackhammer or wrecking crane.
Wow that sucks! My Abus lock key broke in the Coleman vacuum today. What makes it worse is I only had one key and I have 3-4 more locks keyed the same. Man I am stupid and no I do not have the key number. Anyone have any hints on drilling out Abus locks without keys in them let me know.
Did you know that Coleman timers have to be set correctly to work correctly? I set up the timer as “fragrance” for my fragrance vacuum and I just could not figure out why it would not work right. Finally I started over and saw “fragvac” and selected that and completed my mission of replacing a bad timer.
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This is from my trip back from the ICA meeting in April.
Front venting area: Dilling & Harris Max-Vend-Master with bill acceptor and an American AC2225 changer
Water Wizard setup and American entry unit install