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Replacing the hose

I'm attempting to replace to hose on a Kenmore vacuum. What's the secret to getting the collars off either end of the hose?

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Re: Replacing the hose

Usually these hoses are glued into the collar, and the only real way to re-use them is to carve the hose/glue out of the collar by hand with a chisel. some will screw out with enough force, but dont break the collars trying. If there is glue it is probably a long shot but you could try some acetone (dont get it on your skin - it is very nasty and absorbs through) - try a little on the plastic first and wait overnight to check that the plastic itself will not be affected, then see if the glue will dissolve out of the join - probably not with the type of glue probably used. Another possibility is that the whole hose and collar are moulded as one piece - if so take it to a workshop with a lathe and get them to try and lathe holes in the collar part for a hose. Sears have proven to be next to useless when it comes to spares, so i would suggest try and find a vacuum repair shop locally and just see if they have a hose that fits hanging about. Hope this helps - please post again if not with a photo - might make it clearer?

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