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sounds like someone inverted the fan motor leads, meaning that the fan is stuck in reverse.
I'd try through the proper channels first, but you should be able to either fix it or have someone skilled in small appliance repair fix it.
First, look through all the troubleshooting tips and instructions. Is there a setting that is supposed to blow instead of suck?
The gauge doesn't work because the air is moving the wrong direction.
Hopefully it's a fan blower, vacuum, but even if it's a pump it should work the same way. There is a AC/DC inverter and then the blower or pump is fed the proper DC voltage to run. The positive and negative wires are probably switched.
Someone else can correct me if I'm wrong, but you should look at the connections to the vacuum unit and see if you can see indications of a positive / negative wire connection.
Taking it to a TV/Radio repair service should be cost-effective as they can diagnose it quickly and resolder the motor correctly. You should be able to do it yourself too if you don't mind soldering or rewiring it.
I wish I had a photo of the guts to look at. Good luck.
- == Update ==
- Well when you take it apart you'll find out what the problem is. . . maybe. There's a good chance that the issue is actually caused by an inversion due to a malfunction in the logic or circuit board. Basically it might not be easily diagnosed when you pop the top off. Hopefully you see the problem right away.
+== Update ==
+Well when you take it apart you'll find out what the problem is. . . maybe. There's a good chance that the issue is actually caused by an inversion due to a malfunction in the logic or circuit board. Basically it might not be easily diagnosed when you pop the top off. Hopefully you see the problem right away.
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-Another thought then is that there may be an internal battery that went bad during the prolonged storage while you were kicking the shit out of cancer's skanky stank (sorry we have a bit of history too).
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-Take a few pictures and upload them per turkey's instructions. good luck.
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-update:
-Well when you take it apart you'll find out what the problem is. . . maybe. There's a good chance that the issue is actually caused by an inversion due to a malfunction in the logic or circuit board. Basically it might not be easily diagnosed when you pop the top off. Hopefully you see the problem right away.
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-Another thought then is that there may be an internal battery that went bad during the prolonged storage while you were kicking the shit out of cancer's skanky stank (sorry we have a bit of history too).
+Another thought then is that there may be an internal battery that went bad during the prolonged storage while you were kicking the $&@^ out of cancer's skanky stank (sorry we have a bit of history too).
Take a few pictures and upload them per turkey's instructions. good luck.

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編集者: Daniel ,

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sounds like someone inverted the fan motor leads, meaning that the fan is stuck in reverse.
I'd try through the proper channels first, but you should be able to either fix it or have someone skilled in small appliance repair fix it.
First, look through all the troubleshooting tips and instructions. Is there a setting that is supposed to blow instead of suck?
The gauge doesn't work because the air is moving the wrong direction.
Hopefully it's a fan blower, vacuum, but even if it's a pump it should work the same way. There is a AC/DC inverter and then the blower or pump is fed the proper DC voltage to run. The positive and negative wires are probably switched.
Someone else can correct me if I'm wrong, but you should look at the connections to the vacuum unit and see if you can see indications of a positive / negative wire connection.
Taking it to a TV/Radio repair service should be cost-effective as they can diagnose it quickly and resolder the motor correctly. You should be able to do it yourself too if you don't mind soldering or rewiring it.
I wish I had a photo of the guts to look at. Good luck.
+ == Update ==
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+ Well when you take it apart you'll find out what the problem is. . . maybe. There's a good chance that the issue is actually caused by an inversion due to a malfunction in the logic or circuit board. Basically it might not be easily diagnosed when you pop the top off. Hopefully you see the problem right away.
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+Another thought then is that there may be an internal battery that went bad during the prolonged storage while you were kicking the shit out of cancer's skanky stank (sorry we have a bit of history too).
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+Take a few pictures and upload them per turkey's instructions. good luck.
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+update:
+Well when you take it apart you'll find out what the problem is. . . maybe. There's a good chance that the issue is actually caused by an inversion due to a malfunction in the logic or circuit board. Basically it might not be easily diagnosed when you pop the top off. Hopefully you see the problem right away.
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+Another thought then is that there may be an internal battery that went bad during the prolonged storage while you were kicking the shit out of cancer's skanky stank (sorry we have a bit of history too).
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+Take a few pictures and upload them per turkey's instructions. good luck.

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オリジナル投稿者: Daniel ,

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sounds like someone inverted the fan motor leads, meaning that the fan is stuck in reverse.

I'd try through the proper channels first, but you should be able to either fix it or have someone skilled in small appliance repair fix it.

First, look through all the troubleshooting tips and instructions.  Is there a setting that is supposed to blow instead of suck?

The gauge doesn't work because the air is moving the wrong direction.

Hopefully it's a fan blower, vacuum, but even if it's a pump it should work the same way.  There is a AC/DC inverter and then the blower or pump is fed the proper DC voltage to run.  The positive and negative wires are probably switched.

Someone else can correct me if I'm wrong, but you should look at the connections to the vacuum unit and see if you can see indications of a positive / negative wire connection.

Taking it to a TV/Radio repair service should be cost-effective as they can diagnose it quickly and resolder the motor correctly. You should be able to do it yourself too if you don't mind soldering or rewiring it.

I wish I had a photo of the guts to look at. Good luck.

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