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Rare Dormeyer Upright Vacuum Cleaner Pamphlet!!!
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Post# 97852   5/6/2010 at 15:46 (3,451 days old) by crevicetool (GA )        

*ahem*......

Uh, huh. I recieved this wonderful pamphlet in the mail from John Lucia. Many, many thanks John. Someday I will have to find one of these machines, to add to my collection of "all things Dormeyer". It seems to be a very unusual machine, yet standard Hoover/Eureka (ish). I wonder how that suction regulator works! From the shape of the attachment converter, I guess it clips on over the fan intake - after you have removed the belt/brushroll cover.





Post# 97853 , Reply# 1   5/6/2010 at 15:50 (3,451 days old) by crevicetool (GA )        

Another thing I found interesting is that the hose has a short straight section, rather than a regular handle. Perhaps they thought that the tools might just be used very occasionally. Only one section of wand is included too. Here's the inside of the pamphlet...

Post# 97854 , Reply# 2   5/6/2010 at 15:52 (3,451 days old) by crevicetool (GA )        

Thank you so much again John! By the time you have read this, I will have E-mailed you.


Rick


Post# 97856 , Reply# 3   5/6/2010 at 15:56 (3,451 days old) by electrolux~137 ()        

WOW, what a beautiful vacuum cleaner! I wonder if there are any in captivity. Would love to see photos of it.

John, you're such a nice guy. :)



Post# 97857 , Reply# 4   5/6/2010 at 16:16 (3,451 days old) by crevicetool (GA )        
John......

As a matter of fact, you will not be getting an E-mail from me! I just tried to send one, and it came back. Please E-mail me so that I can E-mail you.

I don't know what happened.....


Rick


Post# 97858 , Reply# 5   5/6/2010 at 16:16 (3,451 days old) by crevicetool (GA )        

Never-mind......I think I figured it out.



duh.


Post# 97859 , Reply# 6   5/6/2010 at 16:20 (3,451 days old) by crevicetool (GA )        

yep. I got it.

Post# 97860 , Reply# 7   5/6/2010 at 16:21 (3,451 days old) by arh1953 ( River Park, in Port St. Lucie, Florida)        

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Nice Dormeyer there Rick, looks like it could suck the nails out of the floor. Who does have one?

Post# 97868 , Reply# 8   5/6/2010 at 19:16 (3,451 days old) by portable (Corvallis, OR)        
I remember.....

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as I told Rick, that Sears had a very similar looking machine, probably made for them by Universal. I STILL can't figure out that tool conversion...

Rick, do you think that converter goes through an opening behind that rubber bumper thing near the base? JL


Post# 97880 , Reply# 9   5/6/2010 at 20:19 (3,451 days old) by electrolux~137 ()        

Something I just noticed ... the machine shown on the front of the brochure is slightly different from the one on the back side.

Look closely at the bumper. With the one on the front, the center (taller) portion of the bumper goes all the way down to the front of the nozzle. But with the one on the back, it only goes down to the top of the longer part of the bumper. I am wondering if maybe this center portion of the bumper pops off to access the suction port for the hose.



Post# 97887 , Reply# 10   5/6/2010 at 21:52 (3,451 days old) by luxg ()        
Very Interesting!

That sure would be a fun machine to see and use. Do we have any idea what year this ad might be from?

Post# 97892 , Reply# 11   5/6/2010 at 22:40 (3,451 days old) by joe22 ()        

dormeyer made rebadged mixers for universal, vacuums ??? i question that. as far as known only kitchen appliances


Post# 97907 , Reply# 12   5/7/2010 at 11:31 (3,450 days old) by petek (Ontario)        
fool me once

NOT!
A valiant effort but when you play with me remember I'll always top you.

lol


Post# 97917 , Reply# 13   5/7/2010 at 14:16 (3,450 days old) by crevicetool (GA )        

Really. How pulchritudinous of you.



bring it......


Post# 97919 , Reply# 14   5/7/2010 at 14:58 (3,450 days old) by petek (Ontario)        

I pulchritudinously will along with my Funk & Wagnals




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