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Husky Storm Central Vacuum any good @ Costco?

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tietherope wrote:
Jun 22nd, 2016 3:05 pm
Any word on another sale?
Probably in a couple of months. The Electrolux was just on sale last month.
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pathfinder35 wrote:
Aug 28th, 2016 9:56 pm
tietherope wrote:
Jun 22nd, 2016 3:05 pm
Any word on another sale?
It's on sale for $589.99 this coming Oct 3-16th, according to the latest costco magazine....
Thank you very much!
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May 20, 2009
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I am waiting for the sale hoping I don't get busy and miss it.
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jdogg69 wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2016 4:44 pm
I am waiting for the sale hoping I don't get busy and miss it.
On sale again now.
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May 20, 2009
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Just picked one up along with the garage kit and filter bags, good deal. In the meantime I almost got hooked on a canavac package from supervacs but then I realized I was going to be paying double the price. Fortunately my wife brought me back to reality.
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Small house here so considering the Husky Sprint after reading here ....does it ever go on sale? Or, what about the Husky Storm? It is overkill (house is 1,200 sq ft) but, when on sale less than $50 more...
My 25 year old electrolux just died ..hoping I can easily convert to a newer Husky...

Another question - after doing more reading I saw that the Green LED light will turn to amber after so many hours (480?) and then you need to schedule an inspection. Is this true?
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Nov 8, 2016
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I've just purchased this Husky Storm unit after extensive research.
Nothing on the market compares on prices, technical performance, warranty.
Canavac is overrated and overpriced. I've had a Canavac LS 750 previously, worked well and no complaints buts it's 3 X the price.
With the Husky storm I've ordered 2 X installation kits.
Install starts Friday!
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Hopefully everyone is aware that Husky central vacuums are programmed to automatically shutdown and disable after 500 hours of operation (that's like 4 years of moderate usage). They go into a lockout mode and expect people to call a service technitian (which I am sure is not cheap) to "service" the unit and reset the lockout.

Good thing car manufacturers haven't caught to this idea (yet?)

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