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Hey I bought a used Snap On Eco 134 recovery machine .It won,t vacum past about 18 and slow to recover .Some vacum is felt but not much.Any Ideals on what to do.Will a pump from somthing else work?

 

You can change the pump oil // make sure lines are not restriced . This unit has a smaller pump on it they make strnger pumps 4cfm or better.

I may be selling a pump if you decide you need it. try changing pump oil first

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You can change the pump oil // make sure lines are not restriced . This unit has a smaller pump on it they make strnger pumps 4cfm or better.

I may be selling a pump if you decide you need it. try changing pump oil first

Hey thanks .Whats a stringer pump? I looked inside and theres a big black refridge looking pump made by Americold.Are you saying that that one doesn,t do the vacum?Because I thought I read somwhere else that that type of pump/compressor wasn,t going to do much vacum.And I also thought I read somewhere that these recovery uints had a seprate pump.But what does the other pump look like ?Is it real small?I,ll have to look againAnd Where canI find a pump.You mentioned you might have one?

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You can change the pump oil // make sure lines are not restriced . This unit has a smaller pump on it they make strnger pumps 4cfm or better.

I may be selling a pump if you decide you need it. try changing pump oil first

Oh sorry you ment stronger pump.

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