Your wet/dry vac has a "detachable blow-
er". It has the capability to be used as a
dedicated blower for yard work, patio
cleanup and workshop applications to
blow sawdust and other debris.
_, WARNING: Always wear safety
eyewear complying with ANSI Z87.1
(or in Canada, CSA Z94.3) before
using as a blower.
_, WARNING: To reduce the risk of
injury to bystanders, keep them clear
of blowing debris.
Ai, CAUTION: Wear a dust mask if
blowing creates dust which might be
_, CAUTION: To reduce the risk of
hearing damage, wear ear protectors
when using the vac/blower for extend-
ed hours or when using it in a noisy
1. Familiarize yourself with the detach-
able blower portion of your wet/dry
2. Remove the detachable blower of your
vac by pressing down on the latch
under the handle of the detachable
blower. This latch holds the detachable
blower to the lid assembly.
3. Lift the detachable blower up by rais-
ing the handle upward and pulling the
unit away from the nested position of
This may be assembled two ways.
1. Insert the small end of one of the
extension wands into the blowing port
of the detachable blower. Insert the
male-to-male adapter into the exten-
sion wand and install the blower noz-
zle onto the male-to-male adapter.
2. Insert the male-to-male
port of the detachable
blower. Connect the large end of the
wand to the male-to-male
adapter. Connect the blower nozzle to
the extension wand.
3. Turn the blower "ON" by toggling the
switch in the handle of the blower to the
The wet/dry vac may also be used for
blowing using the seven foot hose sup-
plied with the wet/dry vac.
Install the male-to-male adapter in the
blowing port of the wet/dry vac.
Assemble the hose to the blowing port
and connect the blower nozzle to the
opposite end of the hose.
The unit is ready for blowing applications.