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You don't need a new hose. Remove the two Phillips head screws which hold down the wand cover. Be very careful when removing these parts. Pay close attention on how these parts are assembled. They are spring loaded and will fly out the end of the hose assembly when the cover is removed. The wand valve assembly or the nozzle valve assembly or usually the parts that break. Vac Parts Warehouse Here is a link of the parts breakdown.
The parts are available for this model but rather than throw money at it by buying parts that you may not need, take it to your local vac shop and let them assist you. It will probably save you some money and time.
Hello, if you GOOgle Hoover you will be able to find your nearest Hoover center, they will then be able to help you with parts and bags. We did this last year and it was emensely helpful. Hope this helps.
Today I shortened my hose by 4" to get around a tear problem. You can use an Ohm meter to find the right 4 wires. When looking from the top of the canister with the hose heading to your left, the wires should be:
White (furthest connector away from you)
Black - to the switch
With the Red and Blue going to the speed con trol curcuit board.
http://geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=0&thid=673664 Generic problem for all Vacuums Where can I find an Posted by 1socalgirl on Jun 15, 2008 Where can I find an extension hose and wand for a Hoover wind tunnel bagless canister model S3755 (59134002) Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. You can check with your local vacuum cleaner dealer and sometimes they have them in stock or they can order them for you. Or you can call the Hoover Factory customer service line and they will get you in touch with the Hoover parts Dept and they can ship you the extension hose and wand need for your vacuum. Please include the Model # and the Serial # so they can get the right item and color. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://www.hoover.com Telephone Contact our Customer Service Department at 1.330.499.9499 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST http://www.a-1vacuum.com/1-800-657-1874Customer Service Thanks, Don the Vac Man Go Ahead. Use Us.
Very likely it's the cord at the nozzle neck. These cords flex when you vacuum and they often break internally where the cord goes into the neck. Turn the vacuum on and wiggle the cord at the powerhead and see if the powerhead comes on and off. If this happens, then you will have to replace the cord.
On some of the early models, the receptacle in the hose, where it plugs into the top of the wands, will break away from the plastic pins it sits in, and the receptacle will slide back into the handle, which means that it will not plug into the powerhead connection when you connect the hose. You can check this by looking at the end of the hose and observing if the receptacle is sitting flush with the opening it sits in. If it is pushed back, it will not make a complete connection with the powerhead cord that is sitting at the top of the wands.
if you have an extension wand, the replacement will cost about $100.00. there is a way to repair both the pwr-cord on the brush assemble and the wand, but it depends on how much damage there is. also you need to check the contacts where the wand connects with the handle,and the prongs on the handle.