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I have found that you do need the vac mouse with the UMAi bags to pull a vac on the bags. I also find that if you have a larger UMAi bag, place the vac mouse from one factory sealed edge inward to where the vac mouse stops, then make a corner angle seal there. Then place the vac mouse from the sealed edge to where you made the angle seal and then vac your UMAi bag using the mouse. I see you say your sealer started before the vac happened? Is your sealer the auto start, meaning when you place the end of the bag into the sealer its starts? Remember the vac bags with the cross hatches will draw more air from the bags.