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