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Post# 196568   8/21/2012 at 15:35 (2,780 days old) by kirbykid (Horseheads,New York 14845)        

Hello i am new to vacuumland. i need to know some part numbers. i have a filter queen majestic 360 and need a couple of parts but i dont want to spend $100 on a new hose and $100 on a new extention tube. here are some pics




Post# 196569 , Reply# 1   8/21/2012 at 15:37 (2,780 days old) by kirbykid (Horseheads,New York 14845)        

the part that im holding has one of the prongs stuck in it. and this picture showes the two prongs, one of them with the broken off tip. any info would help.
thanks
-Evan


Post# 196612 , Reply# 2   8/21/2012 at 21:02 (2,780 days old) by sbakerde (Millsboro, DE )        
bad design

The At1100 style hoses and wands on the current filter queen power nozzle are notorious for burning out just like that. Filter Queen does not offer just replacement plugs or connectors for these. I have actually been selling my customers a complete replacement kit which includes a plastiflex crushproof hose, and a wessel work power nozzle with wand. This combo is far superior to Filter Queen in quality and performance. I saw the issue your having one a daily basic when I was working for the local FQ distributor. After so many complaints I concluded that their latest set up was just garbage from the start, no where near the quality HMI had become known for.

Post# 196614 , Reply# 3   8/21/2012 at 21:10 (2,780 days old) by kirbylux77 (Orillia, Ontario, Canada)        

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Seth, that's a BRILLIANT idea to offer that to your customers! Lord knows not only would the quality of the hose & wand you're offering would be much better, but that Filter Queen PN they have now is VERY wimpy performance on the rugs. The Wessell Werk would clean circles around the PN that originally comes now with the Filter Queen. You are doing your customers a real favor by offering them this.

Rob


Post# 196638 , Reply# 4   8/21/2012 at 23:28 (2,780 days old) by kirbykid (Horseheads,New York 14845)        

how much would that cost?

Post# 196640 , Reply# 5   8/22/2012 at 00:04 (2,780 days old) by kirbykid (Horseheads,New York 14845)        

oh and thanks for the info. it's to late for me. my mind isn't working right now

Post# 196797 , Reply# 6   8/22/2012 at 21:39 (2,779 days old) by sbakerde (Millsboro, DE )        
Thank you!

After working for a Filter Queen distributor I saw a need for a better solution to the hose and power nozzle problem. It didn't seem right to tell someone they paid almost $2000 for crap so I came up with a replacement kit as the solution. To be honest my grandmother who has my old 75th anniversary was the first one to buy the replacement kit. After patching her set back together for the 5th time we decided it was time to start fresh. So far she is loving the new lighter weight hose and swears the new power nozzle works better on the dog hair than the original ever did. I have been selling the kit for 349.00. The regular AT1100 attachments do still fit on the fit all wand which is great so you can still use them and keep them stored on the canister. Anyway If you wanted to purchase a kit let me know ill give you a deal on it.

Post# 196831 , Reply# 7   8/23/2012 at 07:02 (2,778 days old) by countryguy (Astorville, ON, Canada)        

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Seth, do you have pics of the hose and power nozzle in the kit you are selling?

Gary


Post# 196832 , Reply# 8   8/23/2012 at 07:07 (2,778 days old) by sbakerde (Millsboro, DE )        
ill try and get one later today

Don't have a pic at the moment but ill try to upload one in the next day or so.

Post# 196929 , Reply# 9   8/23/2012 at 17:52 (2,778 days old) by Good-Vac ()        
I Have Two Filter Queen

I have two New Unused Filter Queen Like This One On Sale

CLICK HERE TO GO TO Good-Vac's LINK


Post# 196938 , Reply# 10   8/23/2012 at 18:39 (2,778 days old) by kenkart ()        
Filter Queen Power Nozzle...

These do a excellent job,a friend who sells Rainbows says the only vacs he has problems getting dirt behind are Filter Queens and Hoover uprights, dont let it fool you, they really do clean well.




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