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Upholstry attachement Hi, I have attached my upholsty hose, but it will not suck up the water. The hose is spraying correctly. Can you help. I have a Hoover SteamVac Supreme. Thank you, Sarah

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The hose end should have a duct on it that you insert in front of the dirty water tank. It must be down all of the way so it will seal. This is where your suction starts from. Acouple of other reasons could be the dirty water tank lid is not locked down all of the way around, the back end isn't locked. If there is a foam filter on the bottom of the dirty water lid, there mustbe a gap between the top and the filter.

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