Craftsman
Wet/Dry Vacuum

Model #315175980 Craftsman shop vacuum

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Shop Vacuum Foam Filter Sleeve

#6

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$12.36

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Tank Foam Gasket

#25

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Tank foam gasket

Part #019023001038
This item is not returnable
$2.49

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Mtr Cushio

#15

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Mtr cushio

Part #019023001008
This item is not returnable
$2.58

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Tank Assembly

#24

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Tank assembly

Part #019023001037
$18.05

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Switch

#13

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Switch

Part #019023001059
This item is not returnable
$2.49

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Warning Label

#14

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Warning label

Part #019023001075
This item is not returnable
$2.16

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Wet Nozzle

#8

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Wet nozzle

Part #019023001052
$32.48

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Fuse

#18

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Fuse

Part #019023001014
This item is not returnable
$2.16

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Tank Cover

#22

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Tank cover

Part #019023001032

The manufacturer no longer makes this part, and there's no substitute part

Data

#2

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Data

Part #019023001057
This item is not returnable
$2.73

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Symptoms common to all vacuum cleaners

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Main causes: damaged vacuum hose, clogged motor air filter, bad suction motor
Main causes: lack of power, bad power cord, drive motor failure, wiring failure
Main causes: weak suction motor, vacuum bag is full, clog in suction air path, dirty exhaust filter, leaky vacuum hose
Main causes: broken drive belt, damaged brush roll, tripped brush roll motor overload, bad brush roll motor, wiring failure

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