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Sister borrowed vacuum. When it came back it was missing a hose from canister to upright part. Where do I find a replacement?

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If you go to www.dyson.com , Online Store, Parts & Accessories, DC14 Animal, the "internal hose" sells for $8.99. The Part# is 904219-05. This short hose is located on the underside of the machine. (It is not the main hose on the rear of the vacuum.)

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If you go onto the dyson website or give them a call they will be able to help. I would ask your sister where it went to first though.

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I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure.
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