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Ryobi RBV3600/RBV3650

Ryobi RBV3600/RBV3650 Questions & Answers

RBV3600, RBV3650 (Kit)
2.1 from 23 reviews · View Details

7 questions from our users

DanB

DanBasked

RBV3600/RBV3650

After using the vacuum what I have picked up falls out of the end. Any suggestions

No answers
Kim and Alan

Kim and Alanasked

RBV3600/RBV3650

How long should a bag last? The zipper on the bag broke in the first year. Bunnings advised this is not under warranty as it is a consumable. Big disappointment. Even Bunnings staff member suggested we shouldn’t have bought it....

1 answer
Moo
Moo

It should be covered for the first twelve months under warranty or Ryobi should cover it to maintain good customer service.

Terry

Terryasked

RBV3600/RBV3650

vacuum starts but stops I pull the battery out then put it back in and its ok for about 20 seconds then stops again the vacuum keeps doing this until it wont start at all, battery is still charged

1 answer
G.Hawkins
G.Hawkins

Most of the time it comes down to the battery even though it is fully charged it may of lost its amperage capacity
I replaced the battery with a new 5amp and the problem solved

Richard L

Richard Lasked

RBV3600/RBV3650

My blower /vac no longer starts. It is about 18 months old. Have left battery on charger for 1 day and is fully charged but vac still doesn't start. I can't find anything online with an answer to this problem

1 answer
G.Hawkins
G.Hawkins

Take it back for warranty repair or replace.
That model has sensors that fail and shuts the machine off

Nathan B.

Nathan B.asked

RBV3600/RBV3650

how come the bag is a problem for most of the reviews I read.Some indicated the unit was very noisy

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Fossip
Fossip

The reason the bag is a problem is because they have fitted a inferior zipper which breaks and then you have to buy a new bag. I used my vacuum about 6 times before the zipper broke. Then I bought a more expensive version which blew out the zipper about 2 minutes after I started vacuuming again. Because I like the machine I then bought another bag, and took it to a travel bag repairer and had him fit the best zipper available, which means that now I can use the vacuum without having to worry about the bag. I might add that I contacted Bunnings and Ryobi, but guess what.....no answer nor a refund for the money spent on a proper zip.
The noise is not a problem, wear earmuffs like you would with any noisy machine.
Hope this helps.

Malcolm

Malcolmasked

RBV3600/RBV3650

blower stops. I then take the battery out and put it back in and it works again. I do this a few times until it won't work any more even though the battery still has lots of power in it.

1 answer
G.Hawkins
G.Hawkins

Its not just voltage it is amperage that you need.
These machines need a 5amp battery to operate correctly

Deon.M

Deon.Masked

RBV3600/RBV3650

When do you know when the battery is had it I have problems when I put the battery in and I have to give it a few taps to make it go is there anywhere I can get the battery tested

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Jim K.
Jim K.

RBV3600 doesn’t start, turn on, or anything. Battery is fully charged. It works fine in the pole pruner.
Anyone got any DIY fixes for this Blower/Vac ?

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