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Post# 138641   6/5/2011 at 22:08 (4,654 days old) by vacmaster0000 ()        

Hi, I have heard the fans in Sanitaires are very easy to break. Is this true? If I was using one, and I picked up a coin on accident would the fan shatter? Thanks!

Post# 138642 , Reply# 1   6/5/2011 at 22:17 (4,654 days old) by Brandon_W_T ()        

I have sucked up coins by accident. They can break the fan but sometimes it doesn't. Nver had one break.

They are easy and very cheap to replace though

Post# 138643 , Reply# 2   6/5/2011 at 23:20 (4,654 days old) by twocvbloke ()        

I put a metal fan in my ZC-880 and I've yet to break it, and I've picked up some pretty bad things before now, but I do have two spare plastic fans just in case... :)

I think pretty much any dirty-fan vac could suffer if you consistently pick up stones, coins or large screws, it's just down to how lazy the user is... :)

Post# 138704 , Reply# 3   6/6/2011 at 12:58 (4,653 days old) by vacmaster0000 ()        

LOL. Thanks Everyone. Sometimes I am lazy, but I still cant bring myself to sweep up coins. But, I have with a few. :)

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