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Leicester24

Does anyone else constantly get blockages in their gutter vacs....watch

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Tuffers

Interesting to see you don't use an attachment. Have you tried using an attachment, and what difference did you find?

 

Where are the blockages happening?

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Leicester24

Thats a good point about the attachment. For nice big open gutters I tend not to bother.

However of the roofers have come over the gutter then a thin ended attachment is added.

 

I do think though that doing it by hand is soo much quicker

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moonpig

What's the diameter of the poles your using I've just brought a new machine with 50mm poles and it's the dogs nuts!!! My old setup only had 38mm poles and allways got blocked so that might be your problem.

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Jimroot

I think it's best to have both methods, I used both today and they wouldn't have worked visa versa. Sticky mud and large stones, sticks and some other stuff will block the vac tubes

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Nick pegler DWC

For first part of clean I turn the nozzle round the other way to remove the heavy crap and if it gets blocked bang it a little on the gutter then turn the nozzle round the other way as all the pics show to use it

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