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Can the damaged hose 8 inces from handle be cut then replace hose

Crushed the hose of central Vac about 8 inches from top of handle. Can the damaged hose be cut and replace the remainder back into the handle?

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If the hose is non-wired then you can fix this yourself. When you Plug the cuff into your wall inlet does the vacuum turn on automatically? If so then you should be able to trim the hose with no ill effects other than losing eight inches of cleaning area.

If the hose has a switch on it's handle that turns the vacuum on and off, you will probably need a technician to fix the hose. Some wired hoses even have High Voltage lines in them and should never be taken apart.

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