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SOURCE: replace suction hose on Hoover steamvac agility cleaner Model F6215-900 The replacement hose is no longer available online or from Hoover. The water in carpet is not suctioned up due to broken hose.

Alternatively, you can repair the hose using silicon self-fusing repair tape which can be found at Walmart (I found it next to the duck tape in the painting area) which is good for water-tight seals and remains flexible. This will benefit you later should your new part break again.

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SOURCE: How do you change the suction hose on bissell 9400-3

Hi. This is not as easy as you'd think. If I were you, I would go to YouTube and type: bissell 9400-3 hose replacement in the search box. They will most likely have a video of someone working on a similar machine.
Good luck!

Posted on Apr 30, 2017

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How do you change the suction hose on bissell 9400-3


Hi. This is not as easy as you'd think. If I were you, I would go to YouTube and type: bissell 9400-3 hose replacement in the search box. They will most likely have a video of someone working on a similar machine.
Good luck!

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