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Replace Waste Tank Blower Filter for El Diablo

Prouddadx6

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My filter broke away from the threads and I'm going to try to use Marine Glue to reattach it. Interlink quoted me a $140. Anybody know of a cheaper way to get one? Napa couldn't match it and there is not a part number. Thanks for your help.
 

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Just use an inline filter and don’t worry about it. That’s what we have done for years.
 

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Thanks Rob
We do use an inline filter, the Air Hog but I don't want to leave the blower hole open without a filter.
 

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Anything made for another industry used in carpet cleaning gets very expensive as it goes through too many hands before it gets to you and everybody adds their markup.
You need to buy from the source on a lot of parts.
Do you know the thread size? Male or female? Lenghth?
I have several here on the shelf if they are the correct size or I can probably direct you to one that will be <$50
 

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I was shocked that interlink was selling them for $140.
 

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Call SteamAction and ask Sammy what he has and what price
 
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The metal plate on the bottom should have a number on it and manufacturer. Search for it online.
 
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