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On first time use of above item Lot: 336416 0348, Cod: 8213350BWA022 2012, the air hose provided developed three holes-failed to move air to the tool. Would appreciate replacement hose soonest. Jim Corbett jcorbett@wyoming.com

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If you remove the steel left side panel you can see that the drain hose only extends a short way into the machine. Where the hose enters the pan is a white clip that has a small square hole this clip can either be removed by pushing on it from the inside or prying the small square hole with a screwdriver. the drain hose is held in place by a black triangular clip on the plastic drain loop simply pull the clip off and slide the drain hose down then pull it out from the back of the machine.

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7 light error refers to paddle or speed
potentiometer problem, if you feel confident taking the covers off then check that all the connections are nice and firm, also on other scooters if the paddle is not located in the neutral position when you turn the scooter on the control box will detect this and "lock out" the scooter, you can fix this using trial and error but it can be very fiddly! (yes iv had to do this before!) if all the connections seem quite solid and on the control box this would possibly suggest that either the potentiometer has failed and will need replacing (which would mean reconfiguring the paddle when its in) or there is a fault in the control box, if you dont feel comftable/cant fix this problem then obviously i would reccomend taking it to an authorised repair shop, i hope this helps you if i can be of any furthur assistance then my email is rick @ lxrixta.co.uk (remove the spaces!)

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There is an oring that is probably broke in half, It is referred to as a purple o ring. You can buy the whole trigger assembly but I think that just replacing the one will get you going. Let me know and I will try and help more

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You can get good tubing at Home Depot or Lowes. Get the reinforced clear poly tubing, it will hold up better. It has webbing built in to it. You can also go for the stainless steel braided type, if they have it large enough.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly

This is usually caused by either a restricted drain, (usually the problem) or larger than usual particulate under the lower wash arm tower.
The restricted drain can manifest itself:
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- At the sink connection. This can be either a direct plumbing connection or a garbage disposal connection. (remove the hose and inspect drain port hole for the connection.)
- At the pump outlet, (remove hose and inspect drain port)
If after doing the above you still have drain problems you will have to remove the lower wash arm and support to inspect the sump area for debris. NOTE: Pay close attention to how the lower wash arm is assembled.... they can end up being a rubitz cube!

Your illustrated parts list is here: (I will list item numbers below)
http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=44530&diagram_id=28395557#d28395557

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The parts schematic can be found on this page:
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Pop-ups have to be enabled to see the pdf file schematic that will come up with this address:
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It is possible that the motor itself has failed but on a unit 5 months old the pressure switch is the most likely suspect.

The warrnaty Service has an "At your expense shipping" statement.

To obtain warranty service, return the product at your expense together with proof of purchase to a

Bostitch Regional or authorized warranty repair center. You may call us at 1-800-556-6696 for the
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Bostitch, Inc., warrants to the original retail purchaser that this product is free from defects in

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Maybe you live in area where you could do a carry in service.

For sure I would call them.

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Have you checked the pressure switch to ensure the rubber air hose is still attached? It is common for the air hose to come loose, or develop a small hole or crack and give the same symptoms. This may save you from having to purchase a new switch. On your model washer, the switch will be located behind the load level selector knob behind the front panel. To access, follow these steps:

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