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Default How to do the Oreck tune-up

Oreck touts their 'tune-up' as the way to keep their vacuums running
well. I have an XL 21 Oreck and would like to perform the tune-up
myself. Does anyone know what they do to the unit and how deep they get
into the machine?

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Oreck touts their 'tune-up' as the way to keep their vacuums running well.
I have an XL 21 Oreck and would like to perform the tune-up myself. Does
anyone know what they do to the unit and how deep they get into the
machine?


Here's their spiel http://www.oreck.com/about/press_10_tuneup.cfm seems
if you have a reasonable amount of talent it shouldn't be a problem,
although I don't know how they are "Sanitizing" the machine inside and out.

Happy modeming,
Bill


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Oreck touts their 'tune-up' as the way to keep their vacuums running well.
I have an XL 21 Oreck and would like to perform the tune-up myself. Does
anyone know what they do to the unit and how deep they get into the
machine?



Here's their spiel http://www.oreck.com/about/press_10_tuneup.cfm seems
if you have a reasonable amount of talent it shouldn't be a problem,
although I don't know how they are "Sanitizing" the machine inside and out.

Happy modeming,
Bill


Thanks Bill. This article says it is a free service. I wonder, what's
the catch?


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