Looking for a high-quality air purifier and or ozone generator that won't break the bank? Well, look no further. Our CA3500 is one of our best sellers! With 6 different types of filtration: dust, odors, pollen, dirt dander, mold spores, smoke, bacteria, and viruses don't stand a chance!

The CA3500 aka 6-stage air purifier/ozone generator!

DETAILS - (Specs)6-stage

  • 6 Filtration Stages 
  • 5 Fan Speeds 
  • 108 CFM 
  • 3000 Sq Ft. Rating 
  • Item Weight: 16.25 LBS 
  • Color: Clear 
  • 120 Volts

 

Separate controls for Fan.

And Ozone.

UV Light.

6 Stage Filtration.

  • Washable HEPA Filter
  • Charcoal Filter
  • Tio2 Photo Catalytic Filter
  • UV Light
  • Activated Ozone Generator
  • Negative Ion Filtration

 

Comes with a spare fuse!

Get yours today before they're sold out! We have 2 models, the clear acrylic (shown in the video) and a black cherry model (BL3000)  with an LCD screen and remote.

Let us know if you have any questions or concerns by leaving a comment or emailing us at service@greatvacs.com.

The CA3500 aka 6 stage air purifier/ozone generator!

Looking for a high-quality air purifier and or ozone generator that won't break the bank? Well, look no further. Our CA3500 is one of our best sellers! With 6 different...

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"Why did we write this article? At Greatvacs we are the largest rebuild warehouse in the US. We have serviced and rebuilt over 50,000 high-end vacuums. In today's video, we will feature "the GV 8 Quart Backpack Vacuum" so we decided to make this video and article for you. Enjoy :)"

The GV 8 Quart Backpack Vacuum is a high-quality, easy-to-use backpack vacuum with lots of features.

This quick video goes over some of the features, but to really get to know this vacuum, you have to try it for yourself!

 

 

  • 8qt Capacity 
  • 120CFM
  • HEPA Filtration
  • 4.5 Foot Hose

Only weighs 10 pounds! That’s really light for a backpack vacuum.

  • Comes with a Velcro waist strap, which allows most of the weight to sit at your hips and not your shoulders.

Extendable wand. You can extend it to the height that if comfortable for you.

Multi-Surface Air Driven Turbo.

Turbo Head for Low Pile Carpet & Rugs.

Combination Hard Floor Tool.

Convenient Tool Holster.

Tools for Every Job.

If you need any parts, supplies or have any questions, email us at service@greatvacs.com or leave a comment!

Powerful Lightweight GV 8 Quart Backpack Vacuum

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"Why did we write this article? At Greatvacs we are the largest rebuild warehouse in the US. We have serviced and rebuilt over 50,000 high-end vacuums. In today's video, we will "unbox and assemble the Prolux iFORCE Canister Vacuum" so we decided to make this video and article for you. Enjoy :)"

Hey, everyone, it’s Kyle from Prolux Cleaners and today I’m gonna be doing unboxing and assembly.

It’s pretty straight forward there’s tape on both sides and down to the middle. 

Now the box is open I’m just going to be taking parts out and get everything lined up and we’ll start the assembly process.

  • Instruction Manual.
  • Mini Turbo or Pet Tool.
  • Main Extendable Wand.
  • Power Hose.
  • Basic Attachment
  • Floor Tool / Squeegee.
  • Electric Power Nozzle.
  • iFORCE Canister Vacuum.

Now everything is unboxed all the tools and attachments removed from the packaging.

 

ASSEMBLING PROLUX IFORCE

Start with the canister and then the hose grab the hose port and plug it directly into the canister.

Push the button on both sides for it to go.

Grab the main wand and plug it into the hose you’ll hear it snap to place.

Get the power head direct connected to the port and put that into the pivot it doesn't go in at first you might depress the button lock.

The main wand connects to the hose and plugs that into the power head.

Grab your tool caddy connect it to the wand just push it on.

Connect the tools.

So you saw how easy it is to assemble the Prolux iFORCE Canister Vacuum. I’m gonna take some time and go all over the parts and attachments.

 

Where going to start with the canister the Prolux iFORCE is bagless.

To remove the dirt bin turn it around and you’ll notice this unlock button on the handle press that it will detach the dirt bin to the actual canister.

On the bottom part, there is going to latch you’ve pressed it in the trapdoor will release.

On the top of the dirt bin, there are going to be some arrows if you align the bottom arrow with the outline it’ll unlock the top part of the handle.

Here you can find the pre-motor filter.

Remove it get your new one to replace it put the handle back on lock it in place.

On top of the canister, there is a button on each side of the circle with an eye in it will be the power button.

The other button is for cord retraction.

This fake-looking wheel is a hidden compartment for the other filter.

You can twist it to the left take the cover off you’ll find the post motor filter.

I’m going over the main wand. This style of the wand is considered direct connect since one end is direct to the power head and the hose plugs directly on the top.

This wand is extendable locate the button there is an arrow pointing down push it down and pull the other end to collapse the wand push down the button and push it in.

The main electrical nozzle and main electrical hose both have an on/off switch.

On the power head it’s going to be on the right side if you’re looking from the back of it it’ll be a circle with the line in it.

The hose handle switch there be “O” and “I” 

For the power nozzle and the main wand make sure both of them are turned on make sure the vacuum canister is turned on the handle switch is turned on and the power head button is turned on. When you get this item both of them the switches will be off.

  • For some reason the power red button is turned off just make sure the handle switch is on and you press the power head button again.


TOOLS AND ATTACHMENT:

Mini turbo or Pet tool you can use this on couches, chairs, and drapes it’s pretty much an upholstery tool but you can use it on your pet you can rotate or lock the bristle down or you can have it on bare surfaces.

Crevice tool you can use this on the crack between couches or chairs or use it on your baseboards.

Duster brush uses this on dust on tables, countertops whatever else you see fits.

Floor tool with squeegee attachment. the squeegee tool will be used for hard floor surfaces it just keeps any dirt or debris from getting past the bristles. Make sure you use the hardwood floor with or without the squeegee attachment.

COMMON TROUBLESHOOTING:

If you notice your vacuum suction is poor you either have a clog somewhere in the hose the wand or power head your dirt bin is full or your filters are dirty to test the suction directly on the canister unplug the hose and cover the inlet port with your hand the suction is strong from the canister go ahead and plug the hose test it from the hose if that suction is strong connect the wand test it from the wand and then connect the power nozzle and test it if all that seems well your dirt bin can be full go empty it into your trashcan. 

If the power nozzle is not turning on make sure both the switch on the hose and the switch on the power head is turned on also make sure the on/off button in the canister is engaged as well.

Check the filters if the filters are dirty you can blow them with a can of air or an air compressor or you can wash them if you decide to wash them make sure you let them dry completely reinstall any type of water in the filters the vacuum section will suck into motor causing premature motor failure.

Don't forget, GreatVacs is the only authorized dealer of Prolux products, so if you need any parts, supplies, or have any questions, email service@greatvacs.com

Unboxing and Assembling the Prolux iFORCE Canister Vacuum

"Why did we write this article? At Greatvacs we are the largest rebuild warehouse in the US. We have serviced and rebuilt over 50,000 high-end vacuums. In today's video, we will "unbox and assemble the...

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"Why did we write this article? At Greatvacs we are the largest rebuild warehouse in the US. We have serviced and rebuilt over 50,000 high-end vacuums. We get asked all of the time "How to Assemble a Rainbow D4 SE Vacuum" so we decided to make this video and article for you. Enjoy :)"

 

Hi everyone it’s Kyle from Greatvacs we get quite a bit of email regarding how to assemble an SE Vacuum cleaner I’m gonna covering that this also applies to D4, SE, and E-Series.

The first thing to assemble is the canister to the water bowl which is attached to the wheel dolly.

Lock the laches on both sides and latches these two into the water bowl.

Attach the tool caddy with the tools take the tool caddy and set it on top.

On the tool caddy, it’s gonna be labeled where the tools go.

The cool thing about this tool caddy on the back side there are these two hooks you go ahead and strap your cord around.

 

I'm now going to attach the main wand to the electric power nozzle.

Get your main wand you’ll notice there’s a button lock on the back side

That side gonna slide into the electric power nozzle if you push down with force it will lock into place.

Grab your main electrical hose and insert it into the top of the main wand 

Unlike the E-Series, the SE and D4 aren't going to have locks they use friction fit so when you push it in getting a nice twist to stay secure.

On the back of the main wand, you may notice a plastic strip it’s for the cord of the power head you can run it in that strip so it stays secure.

The little male two-prong cord that’s gonna plug into the female connection on the main hose.

Take the other hose end which plugs into the water bowl port.

For the main hose, you will notice a little tab you may have to depress so it locks into the upper groove and won’t come out.

So go ahead and push it in and give it a good pull so you know it won’t come out.

This little two-prong cord

There is an opening above the hose to plug that in.

And you're done.

Alright, that's it. I hope it was helpful and everyone was able to get your SE, D4, and E-Series successfully assembled.

If you have any questions or concerns, email service@greatvacs.com

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