Your vacuum pump isn’t working. Or maybe it’s making a strange noise that you haven’t heard before. Perhaps the pump is functioning below the standard you are used to. Any one of these reasons might prompt you to call Intlvac to get your vacuum pump serviced.
Chances are that there's plenty of life left in your pump and Intlvac will help you maximize its value and extend its life. Here’s a step-by-step process for how we handle a standard pump repair:
If you would like to send your pump in for repair evaluation, please complete our Service Request Form found on any of our Service repair pages. We will contact you within 24 hours or as soon as possible to discuss next steps.
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