Mytee air hog vac booster 7303

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You know, one LX motors pulls probably double what both of my three stage EDIC motors pull.
I'm thinking about replacing both with just one LX motor.
Its double the suction and way less amp draw!
It will be a really nice little back up machine.
 
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If a hole was cut out on the side, a nice looking plastic flange could have been bolted into the hole. This could have secured the exhaust onto the side of the box. I dont see that really taking a whole lot of research and or money to do.
the problem is we didn't read the manual it's not made to work you're not even supposed to use it at 500 PSI for the first month
And read about the vacuum motor shutting off
 
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Wow! I have seen "Trouble shooting". But never "no brainers".
What brand is that pump that requires a 30 day break in???
 
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Wow! I have seen "Trouble shooting". But never "no brainers".
What brand is that pump that requires a 30 day break in???
I'm sure that you should take some screenshots of the manual like I have cuz I'm sure it will be edited by tomorrow lol
 

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Well after 30 days you're supposed to be married to it.
it's hard to send it back.
Did you read about overheating lol
Motors shutting down "Occasionally"
Wow! So is this due to:
1. Inadequate design for motor performance? Ie....too small a area. Poor layout?? Motors not mounted sufficiently? All the above??
Move ready anything like that for the LX motors in my mytee.
And it does blow off some heat for sure. But so far, never a motor shut down.
I wonder if that larger motor is not adapted well for enclosed areas...
 
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Any data on temps from the LX or the 8.4 motors as far as running temps??
 

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once you start using the LX motors it’s hard to like much else. When I went from the Powr Flite to the Jag the difference in air movement was/is incredible. Afterwards you just can’t believe it can get better.
Then the LX! I’m getting excellent results. Sure the machines not perfect, but it actually works.
 
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once you start using the LX motors it’s hard to like much else. When I went from the Powr Flite to the Jag the difference in air movement was/is incredible. Afterwards you just can’t believe it can get better.
Then the LX! I’m getting excellent results. Sure the machines not perfect, but it actually works.
This just flipping cracks me up lol
Industrial temporary labels
And it only requires you to put it together like
and he made a video saying vacuum motors do not require break in but yet he has a statement talking about essentially break in lol
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This just flipping cracks me up lol
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And it only requires you to put it together like
and he made a video saying vacuum motors do not require break in but yet he has a statement talking about essentially break in lol
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You should see the crap my kids do to break in their slot car motors. And it makes a HUGE DIFFERENCE!!!
They go through great lengths to break those motors in. Same basic design!!! Armature, magnets etc etc.
It makes a big difference!!!
 
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And why are the toggles backwards?? Up should be "on" and down should be "off" in my opinion. Is there a reason there backwards???
 
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And why are the toggles backwards?? Up should be "on" and down should be "off" in my opinion. Is there a reason there backwards???
Maybe this will answer we're just dumb and so are all the other manufacturers.

So people wonder why you get mad and then you read this.
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Yes, I’ve been told that the motors were originally designed for blower use.
 
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