Over the years, all of us have heard the old saying that "a machine is only as good as its operator". I'm not only referring to the results, but also the way the machine is taken care of.
How true. In fact, as a manufacturer, I have witnessed this to be true! Let me state an example.
If your wish and desire is to compete in this industry, then in order to do so, you will require some competitive results producing equipment. Bissel has its place in the consumer market. However, it is far bottom line for this industry and you will end up burning out if not, thrown out...
Johnny Bravo stated it clearly and directly which I agree with when he said:
"Facebook didn't help things, but I watched the place decline before Facebook did it's thing."
IMHO, The reason for this as Rob also recognized, were the influx of a few "trouble makers" with specific agendas.
So very sorry to hear this news, Rob.
As unfortunate as it is, the reality of it all is that None of us are going to make it out of here alive, however, all of us will have those terrific memories of the past which we will always cherish.
Make these final days one of joy, appreciation, and...
I know a little through my own experience, thus, I can easily understand your position.
I purchased the smallest pool They had available some 32 years ago. Capacity: approx: 5,200 gallons. And, man I am so glad I did. My kids were small at the time. Extremely easy to take care; hardly use any...
my cam bearing seems fine, but it's a 110 on a 1/3HP Baldor motor, which seemed to run fine, made some hammering noise, I see some mushrooming on the plunger, but the pressure was on again off again.---I would change the piston/plunger.
Is a 110 cam a good match for a 1/3 hp motor?---Probably...
Just wonder how many Operators are wearing a face mask? And, I really wonder how effective they are since most everyone re-uses them. And, how about ones clothing? Do they wear a cap and wash that to after one use? Just how safe is the common person or is most of this safety "just-in-their...
I sincerely thank all above since we work very, very hard to help anyone asking for help in this Industry. You deserve it!
James, I think you'll love that system once you "unleash it"!
Thank you, Qbguru1987, for that comment.
We try to treat every customer like family. We wish everyone in this Industry the very best and help them along the way toward success. After all, anyone in their own business needs to suround themselves with a handful of people they can trust will be...
"A good deal?"
Call us and we just might give you a GREAT DEAL!
IMHO, a very important thing to always remember when buying used:
"Is it used; or, used up!" But, in the end, we eventually obtain experience from doing things wrong. Thus continue to move ahead and never look back!
Hard to say with limited information. However, here is what I would do: Eliminate the variables by not using your heater for a few jobs. Then see if your machine makes that sound again.
I would guess that the heater could be cavitating and thus producing that sound.
Hope this helps.
Most of businesses, now, have been given the go-ahead to open. I was wondering how many of you are back and have a few of those customers who have been on hold prior to this pandemic , now cancelled? In other words, for obvious reasons.
Fortunately here, We have had more inquiries than we ever...
1. Chinese QD"S or using two different manufactured QD's.
2. Restriction on inlet side of pump (ex: kinked hose)
3. PSI pump Drive motor not large enough
Most likely, one of those above.
Hope this helps.
I agree; most of these so called "journalists" are nothing than spewing their opinions rather than investigating and reporting the truthful news; good or bad. One doesn't have to be affiliated with either party to realize this. Just have to be smart, investigate, have common sense, and be honest...
Correction update: The Cross-American JAGUAR MX-2 ETM has always been available in 240v and always will be regardless of what anyone has heard or of any "rumors". Specific confidential circumstances will not honorably be shared within this or any public forum.
And, btw, we do not blame JRH for...
I totally agree with Spazznout above.
You must remember and realize that all businesses have their ups and downs, especially when new/upstarts. Even in "good times".
However, use this particular time to your benefit. Review your strategy, the way you are set up to run your business, your...