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Hose connection in bottom of machine leaking right hand side

Hose has 3 connections 2 with clips & one which is connected to drum with glue or mastic.
Where can i order the part ?

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Good day,

what is the extent of the hole or loose connection of the hose? if it is not so bad, you can use some high quality sealant that you can buy from your local hardware. however, if the damage is very bad and could not be fixed anymore as suggested above, you can contact your seller or the local hotline for tecnik or their service center for service and replacement of parts.

i hope this helps

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