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Bissell 6590 wheel unit pins snapped, where can I get a replacement part

The wheel unit on my bissell 6590 had two plastic pins, one on each side that held it into the bottom of the machine. The numbers on the part are BODY H/A 3
DJ61-00197
ABS WS 4
Where can I find a replacement part, or is it time for a new vacume. The vacuum still works, I hate to spend the money on a new one if I can fix this one. Thanks, Darlene

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This is a very easy repair. I got a hose clamp. 1/2" wide, solid edge. Take your time and bend it the inside shape of the holder. drill 2 matching holes, It's a perfect fit.

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(In all cases where I use left vs. right or front vs. back, as when these terms are used with a car, I am facing the front of the Bissell. I am NOT behind the Bissell, where I would stand when cleaning carpet with it.)


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