Thread Number: 43773  /  Tag: 50s/60s/70s Vacuum Cleaners
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Post# 456811   9/16/2022 at 13:47 by fantomfan57 (Central Texas)        

The bags are Sears 5009 that my chart says fits Whirlpool Imperials. Look at the bottom listing on the chart.

Hope this helps.


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Post# 456812 , Reply# 1   9/16/2022 at 14:02 by gottahaveahoove (Pittston, Pennsylvania, 18640)        
That's very kind to alert

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everyone.  Someone might need them.

 

 I, too, have tons of odd  bags.  I'll list in Supermarket first.

 Thanks, again.


Post# 456818 , Reply# 2   9/16/2022 at 15:27 by HOOVER61 (baltimore maryland USA)        
I AM BACK

GOT MY COMPUTER FIXED THANX FOR THE CONSERN

Post# 456827 , Reply# 3   9/16/2022 at 20:29 by fantomfan57 (Central Texas)        
Welcome back...

Chuck. I know you feel much better with your computer working.

BTW folks, I have this other chart just in case you don't have it already.


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Post# 456828 , Reply# 4   9/16/2022 at 21:58 by huskyvacs (Indiana)        

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Thanks for the post.

For those of us with rare vacuums (I don't have this model so don't panic) finding a pack of rare bags is like finding gold in a silver mine.

For vacuums I want to use often that have impossible to find bags, when I do find a pack, I buy it and then I use one of the bags from the pack as a template to create my own bag out of a HEPA shop vac bag. If the bag does not get too dirty I just vacuum it out and reuse it. That way the vintage pack stays around for historical preference as well as to complete the restoration, and then I do not need to worry about ruining a pack of bags that took 5 years to find. lol



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