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The red push down button to releaes the steam has come off and I cannot find it. I can use the steamer without it. It is just harder to push down on it without the red button. Can I get a replacement?

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SOURCE: parts for Mcculloch MC 1275 steam cleaner

The McCulloch MC1275 is made by Top Innovations.  You can get some replacement tips on their website http://www.topinnovations.com/index.html.  I had my steam nozzle bust in half and called customer service and was able to get it replaced.  That number is 1-800-711-6617.

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Hi. Go to Steamfast's website. They sell accessories and pads for McCulloch steam cleaner.

Posted on Oct 17, 2010

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