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WTAC
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Hi, I've had a WTAC for about 15 years and today it lost it's suction. It looks like there is dust on the side where the motor is. I have no idea what is wrong with it. I am so upset because I won't work without it and I don't want to buy a new air cleaner because I plan on retiring in two to three years. What I'm trying to find out is if I were to take this somewhere to have it hopefully repaired, who would I contact, a machine shop? I know there are people out there that work on different kinds of motors. I just can't think of who or where? Has anyone had to have their WTAC repaired?
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Try doing a google search for small motor repair NEAR (your zip code) chances are the motor needs a serious cleaning or replacement
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(04-15-2017, 01:53 PM)NailTech.com Wrote: Try doing a google search for small motor repair NEAR (your zip code) chances are the motor needs a serious cleaning or replacement

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