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Answered: Where can I find parts for my Rainbow Vacuum Cleaner?

I suggest you buy new vacuum cleaner. I had the same problem like you and finaly I just bought new robotic vacuum cleaner bobsweep. It is far better than the others. Here's the review of it http://thehightechsociety.com/robot-vacuum-bobsweep-review/ Good luck!

Answered: How long is the longest shark in the world?

Great white sharks have been reliably measured as long as 21 feet. From time to time there are reports of estimated 25 foot sharks. The longest whale shark was 41 feet. Whale sharks and basking sharks are filter feeders like baleen whales, and no threat to humans.

Answered: What city/town has the longest name in the world?

WALES boasts a village called Llanfair­pwllgwyn­gyllgo­gerychwyrn­drobwll­llanty­silio­gogogoch (58 letters), which in English means "Saint Mary's Church in the hollow of white hazel near a rapid whirlpool and the Church of Saint Tysilio near the red cave." The locals call it Llanfairpwll ...
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What does it mean when the Rainbow vacuum cleaner beeps when you press

What model is it? If it is an E2 two speed, then it could be the controller that is bad. Please contact our tech. support at 800-640-2033 for service. You can get manuals and other items at www.rainvac.com Alex Thornton Service Tech. RainVac

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How long doeos the World Series last?

If there is no rain, the World Series might be 2 days in one city, a travel day, 3 days in the other city, travel day, 2 days in the first city. That is 7 days to play and 2 travel days. But there could be rainouts or conflicts with football. The longest World Series was 1989, I think, because ...

How long can passengers in a decompressurized plane live at 45000

Climbers on Mount Everest almost all need oxygen. Even at 25,000 feet, without oxygen unconsciousness may result in three to six minutes. At 45,000 feet, people would go unconscious in seconds without oxygen, with death to follow in minutes. So if you are on a plane that has sudden decompression ...