Nortek Security and Control KB

One inlet has good suction, but another one doesn’t.

You probably have an inlet that is clogged, or the section of piping which feeds the inlet has a clog or a break in it.

Check the inlet for a clog. If you don’t see anything, you may want to call a local dealer for assistance.

To find a dealer in your area, please refer to the dealer locator on our website at http://www.nortekcontrol.com/locator/.

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