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Ive got a sock in the tube

It is in the flexible tube and cannot be reached

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Lie the hoover down (on it's side); un-attach any hose extensions, pop super glue on a straightened out wire coat hanger, push this down hoover hose. hold for 3 seconds, pull sock or whatever out. (May need to be done repeatedly to remove sock) (: just removed one from mine today! >w<

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    Lie the hoover down (on it's side); un-attach any hose extensions, pop super glue on a straightened out wire coat hanger, push this down hoover hose. hold for 3 seconds, pull sock or whatever out. (May need to be done repeatedly to remove sock) (: just removed one from mine today! >w<


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Remove dust bin from hover and remove handle from hose then remove hose from hover and push a peice of doul up hose to remove sock and rebuild hover or buy new hose hope this helps

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