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hi, no if the **** doesnt have a screw to clamp it tighter then all you need to do is get some big pliers like mole grips and just push either end together then slide it over the kink in the hose this will then allow you to work the hose off do this at both ends and then you should find it will just pull off. The same putting it back on but just make sure any air is out of the pipes before starting else it will over heat their should be something so you can bleed the system for air.
Hope this is some help if you have any problems or questions then give me a shout back ok

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