2008 Butler System RPM and speed control issues

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  1. Matt Wood
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    It looked solid, just dated.

    Heat from secondary fuel, high pressure pump, blower...diamond plate and an oil barrel. :shifty:
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    Problem solved! There is a T shaped connector that splits the windshield washer style tubing from the blower and plugs into the back of the vacuum gauge as well as the vacuum switch for controlling operation speed (RPM) and mine was unplugged! A simple fix that didn't cost me anything! The Rpms held perfectly on just the right setting all day :biggrin: 20180429_201437.png 20180429_195727.png
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    Happy that you got it fixed!
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    I need to check ours and see if it's is connected.
  10. Andrew from Simply Clean
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    Also Sometimes the small tubing can have a leak or be clogged it's only like 5 bucks to replace it if necessary. Good luck!
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    That is the saddest statement I heard about a company in a while. Come to think of it, I'm wrong. It was just a month or so ago when Mark was dealing with his van. Hmmmm?
  12. Andrew from Simply Clean
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    Butler makes a good machine my only complaint is the prices for parts are really high and sometimes customer service in my experience isn't the greatest. I solved the problem on my own. Why couldn't they mention the tubing? Idk :dejection:
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