I purchased a home with a Housekeeping CV110 model but it was not connected and I have no idea if and how to run it. Do you have manuals online? Should I get it tested by a vac dealer? I live in the southwest area of Orlando, Florida. Any local dealers you recommend?
I'm trying to get my dad's (94 year Old) house ready for sale and we're in the process of doing some cleaning. I noticed that he has a Rittenhouse Central Vacuum, Model No. CV-110 and we don't have the disposable bags for the canister. Where can I get these disposable bags? Do you carry them. This unit seems old but still works but I didn't know where to get the bags. Thanks in advance for any help. Bob.
I tried grabbing the filter, but it doesn't seem to want to pull loose, and i don't want to tear it up. there seems to be a small tab on one side but it doesn't want to pull either. Is there an easier way to get the bag out? It is up in the motor housing above the house in-pipe.
Really the only way to remove the center-weighted cloth filter is to pull inward until it flexes in.
CV140 Filter and Hose
We have a Rittenhouse Housekeeper Central vacuum system in our house. When we bought the house, the previous owners never told us about replacing filter bags. The garage unit says "self cleaning filter". The unit is about 20 years old, model # CV140. Do we need to replace the filter (looks like a cloth bag). Also, do you sell the hose (30 ft or so) that plugs into the wall. Low voltage, has to contacts that connect when you plug into an oval type plate on wall (with a trap door). There was a switch on the hangle that turned it on and off. My wife had a local company make a hose for it, but it doesn't suck as well as it used to, and seems to not fit right and leaks air. It also starts as soon as you plug it into the wall with no switch.
Thanks for any help.