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Business & Economics - 1913

Eureka, Cal., one 6-ton vertical, single-acting, belt-driven enclosed type refrigerating machine and high-pressure side complete. ... Tex., two 21 x 32- inch vertical, single-acting ammonia compressors to replace those of another make.



357 pages

The Consumer Reports 1999 Buying Guide

Creator: Consumer Reports, Consumers Union of United States | 1998-11-25

I* Eureka Bravo II The Boss Plus " 7640BT $95 Weight: 13 lb. Easier to carry and better at edge- cleaning than most. No tools needed to change the belt or brush. 1-yr. limited warranty. But: Noisier than most. Hose is stiffer than most.

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

About this book
An updated, classic consumer handbook contains prices, reviews, repair history, and ratings information on a broad spectrum of brand-name products, ranging from home appliances to automobiles to electronics, and includes manufacturers' phone numbers and a complete multi-year index. Original. 125,000 first printing.


Engineering

Creator: Design Council | Technology & Engineering - 1880

Eureka Mill, at Carson River, near Virginia City. Double 6 80 760 7* 87 Punched 6 47 1.67 Soft Limestone .990 12 Single 5 CO 960 9 90 Punched 150 2.66 Easy Quartz ... It formerly did 2J tons, but on account of a change in the process ...


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    I bought this vacuum strictly for the basement(where our Home Theatre is set up). It was a pain in the *ss carrying our canister up and down all the time, so I happened upon this cleaner on sale at Home Depot for a mere $70.00... I was initially skeptical at first, I mean a $70 vacuum? However, I purchased it anyway, knowing that I would be able to return it if I wasn't happy. The setup and assembly was fairly quick. The instructions were easy to follow and featured step-by-step illustrations. When I had everything ready to go, I decided to give it a "test run", and I was impressed. I was amazed at the junk our Sears Canister was leaving behind, as I watched the cat hair and dust swirling around in the collection bin. My only complaint-and this is common with bagless vacs in general-is that you MUST clean the filter off after every use, otherwise they tend to plug up and overheat the motor. This is especially true if you have multiple pets, or longhaired cats. In conclusion,... 4/5 KarenFan (NOYB) - See all my reviews This review is from: Eureka LightSpeed Upright Vacuum, Bagless, 4700D (Kitchen) I bought this vacuum strictly for the basement(where our Home Theatre is set up). It was a pain in the *ss carrying our canister up and down all the time, so I happened upon this cleaner on sale at Home Depot for a mere $70.00... I was initially skeptical at first, I mean a $70 vacuum? However, I purchased it anyway, knowing that I would be able to return it if I wasn't happy. The setup and assembly was fairly quick. The instructions were easy to follow and featured step-by-step illustrations. When I had everything ready to go, I decided to give it a "test run", and I was impressed. I was amazed at the junk our Sears Canister was leaving behind, as I watched the cat hair and dust swirling around in the collection bin. My only complaint-and this is common with bagless vacs in general-is that you MUST clean the filter off after every use, otherwise they tend to plug up and overheat the motor. This is especially true if you have multiple pets, or longhaired cats. In conclusion,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 27, 2006

    Read BEFORE Replacing - Great Cheap Vacuum

    This vac worked great out of the box, took about 10 minutes to assemble and worked great for the first year. After that it was all downhill. Also, never worked well on hard floors, and I don't think it was intended to. This is a carpet vac, therefore use the wand on hard floors. Rated 5* for price to quality ratio.I'm going to say this vacuum has the "getting fat phenomenon". You know how when you're gaining weight, you never notice unless you look at old pictures or lose the weight and get "back to normal"? Well that's what happened with this vac. I'd been figuring it was always crappy, or the carpet in my apartment was going to hell because it wouldn't pick up lint, fuzz, hair, ANYTHING. It was basically only working on suction mode with the wand.This is because I was frequently cleaning the reusable filter, can and roller brush but it had a bad (NOT broken belt). Long story short, if you notice ANY burning smell, or lack of pick up on carpet with... 5/5 Scott Stegman - See all my reviews This review is from: Eureka LightSpeed Upright Vacuum, Bagless, 4700D (Kitchen) This vac worked great out of the box, took about 10 minutes to assemble and worked great for the first year. After that it was all downhill. Also, never worked well on hard floors, and I don't think it was intended to. This is a carpet vac, therefore use the wand on hard floors. Rated 5* for price to quality ratio.I'm going to say this vacuum has the "getting fat phenomenon". You know how when you're gaining weight, you never notice unless you look at old pictures or lose the weight and get "back to normal"? Well that's what happened with this vac. I'd been figuring it was always crappy, or the carpet in my apartment was going to hell because it wouldn't pick up lint, fuzz, hair, ANYTHING. It was basically only working on suction mode with the wand.This is because I was frequently cleaning the reusable filter, can and roller brush but it had a bad (NOT broken belt). Long story short, if you notice ANY burning smell, or lack of pick up on carpet with... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 11, 2012

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