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Have a hoover steamvac model #6030-900 the tank that holds the water is broken on the bottom. i believe its a valve looks like a screw with a spring. is this part or parts to fix this available to order or do i just have to order a whole new tank

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Yes, the parts are available to replace under $5.00, however a dealer will want to sell you a new tank. (this is accurate as of 2 months ago)

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