How to Identify the Parts of a Power Sweeper

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Hi this is Jon on behalf of Expert Village in this video clip we would be talking about parts identification. Starting from the very back of our tool we have our polarized plug. Underneath our plug we have our chord feed slot and our chord retaining hook. This is going to prevent that extension chord from pulling out. Up on top we have our primary handle which is located just above our toggle switch. Then we have our secondary handle. Now it is recommend that you always use 2 hands on the tool when using the power sweeper. This is going to give you better stability as your moving it along less likely to cause any injures or get little a little carry away. Below our handle we have some air inlet ports. Now this is where the air is going to come into the tool. The bulk of our tool will house our motor and we have our air ports coming out down here at the bottom. Lastly on our tool we have our air nozzle which the air is going to be blown through.