I get suction at my can, but not through inlets.
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If you find that you have good suction at the canister but less than satisfactory at the inlets, you probably have a clog or break in your piping.
This is a problem that is best handled by an authorized dealer. To find a dealer in your area, please visit our website at http://www.nortekcontrol.com/locator/.
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