OK, so I made a spelling mistake!
I often hear the above phrase when owners of an EVS Electron ducted vacuum system, call us to service on of these otherwise, very reliable ducted vacuum cleaner system.
The sound of the machine is good, the vacuum is still picking up, the householder has checked the dust container, cleaned off the filter, by vacuuming it, and rinsing it with water, and allowing it to properly dry in the sun, but it still lacks something in it's air-flow performance.
Testing it against your hand will make the system ramp up to full vacuum, but the air-flow is down.
This is when EVS Electron ducted vacuum cleaners, DO need a service.
You see, they are so well made, they do what few other ducted vacuum systems do, they put a conical mesh screen, between the filter and the motor.
This mesh screen protects the vacuum motor, by collecting fine dust particles migrating through the filter, or if the filter is not replaced correctly, and drops away, this screen collects any dust, that may make it's way into the motor, and lead to premature failure.
It's a relatively simple fix for a competent electrically trained person, who can remove the motor, and then the mesh screen, clean it and then replace the screen and motor.
At the same time, we can also check the fan impellers for the ingress of dust, as well as the bearings, and the condition of the carbon brushes, which can be replaced at the same time, and properly bedded in to the commutator, for a completely successful job.
So before Christmas comes around, with it's flotsam littering the house, avoid the risk of a serious ducted vacuum cleaner blockage, due to the airflow being reduced in your EVS Electron built-in ducted vacuum cleaner system, arrange an in-home service from us at TVD from $165, not including parts, by calling Perth 9362 6044
Thanks Eve Jihan Jeffers-Cooper