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I bought a townhouse that has a Black and Decker Walvac Model 719
central Vacuum in it. There are no hoses or accessories and the
previous owner also had no user guide for it. The vacuum unit seems to
work fine. I wanted to get some info on the system.

Does anyone have this system? What hoses and accessories can I buy for
it?

Thanks

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On Mar 3, 7:40�am, "Joseph Meehan" wrote:
� � This should be a good start:

http://builtinvacuum.com/help/black-decker.html

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I bought a townhouse that has a Black and Decker Walvac Model 719
central Vacuum in it. There are no hoses or accessories and the
previous owner also had no user guide for it. The vacuum unit seems to
work fine. I wanted to get some info on the system.


Does anyone have this system? What hoses and accessories can I buy for
it?


Thanks


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you will find its more work to haul around the hose and power head
than just push a regular sweeper, the only advantage to the central
vac is exhausting the air outdoors. althoiugh a hepa filter on a
regular vac is close.
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Personally I find it easier, but each person has their preferences and
each home has a different set of issues.

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I find the central vac easier too unless using a top quality self propelled
upright. But they only work well on carpet.



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you will find its more work to haul around the hose and power head
than just push a regular sweeper, the only advantage to the central
vac is exhausting the air outdoors. althoiugh a hepa filter on a
regular vac is close.




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did ya happen to try google?



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I bought a townhouse that has a Black and Decker Walvac Model 719
central Vacuum in it. There are no hoses or accessories and the
previous owner also had no user guide for it. The vacuum unit seems to
work fine. I wanted to get some info on the system.

Does anyone have this system? What hoses and accessories can I buy for
it?

Thanks

Rich



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