The same central vacuum wall inlet plates are used in most homes by most vacuum brands, with a few exceptions (Vacuflo series 4940, some Kenmore, and some Vacumaid and Filtex). All inlets have low voltage, but not all have 110 volts. To determine if your inlets have high voltage, look at your inlets and check to see if there are two small holes 3/8” apart, either above or below the main hole.
Parts for central vacuum inlets are not available, but replacing the entire wall plate is not difficult. Watch the video for do-it-yourself instructions.
Your beautiful home and pleasant vacuum experience depend on vacuum wall functional plates. Don't let a broken dirty vacuum inlet ruin the day. Check out the variety of colors and styles that are all interchangeable and ready to be on your wall today!
Replace your vacuum wall oulet with a more durable style such as ones that open fully up, down, or to the side. These are available in Basic or Electric versions.Variety of colors and styles. Click here if you have the electric two pin contact inlets.
WallyFlex is a helpful addition to any central vacuum system. With a hose that stretches 14 feet, there will be no need to use your long central vacuum hose for quick clean-ups in certain areas such as the kitchen, garage, bathroom, and laundry room. WallyFlex is easy to install as it fits into a standard inlet backing plate.
WallyFlex Stretch Hose Inlet
Often referred to as a toe-kick sweep and found in kitchens, bathrooms, and mudrooms, VacPan is down right convenient. Simply sweep and engage the suction with a kick. Takes a bit more effort to install but is a favorite central vac feature.
VacPan & VacuSweep
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