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I changed the dust bag on my 700 yesturday, what a difference it made to the suction! I couldn't believe it.

I forgot just how powerful the suction was - Go change your old dust bag today! (mine was as old as the machine and I got that 14 years ago!)

Very easy to change, took arround 2 hours including customers.

 

Lee

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Blimey Lee, I have been trying to tell people this for years, just goes to show the difference.

 

It will benefit you in two ways, your health and the shop as in, you won't have to clean the blinkin place every day :lol:

 

I always suggest a bag change every 2 years, I wonder how many out there have been changed at all since they had the machine? :shock:

 

Keith

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TEL

 

mine was also on its original bag, and I too could not fault the extraction, always seamed superb, UNTIL I CHANGED IT, then I realised just how bad it had got! the draft on my hand this morning made me make a cup of tea to warm my hands up!

 

Lee

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Keeping you rmachine clean, shaking the bag regularly and emptying the dust draw daily, will assist you in keeping your machine in much better order. Change the contact wheels and brushes as necassary. Change abnds when they are worn! Other than that, you don't have to to do alot to finishers, thankfully!!

 

Keith

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Here we go again.

Fire retardent bags??????????????

Are they not all fire retardent??????????

some say they are some say they are not?????????????

Dunno.

Do we pay a premium for a "fire retardent" bag?????????

What/who defines a fire retardent bag??????????

£££££££££££ ????????????????

come on guys lets know what the score is???????????

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Just invented a new way of retarding fires and keeping the shop cool during the summer.

 

Get a water supply over the bag to drip constantly onto the bag.

The bag gets soaked.

The bag then cant catch fire.

The damp air circulates around the shop keeping everyone cool.

 

A burst water pipe in the flat above is a bonus :lol:

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