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I am looking to find out if there are attachments for the WAP SQ 440-11 RDF. I am looking for a HEPA beater bar, HEPA filters and HEPA debris collection bags.

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Parts are expensive , only available from wap. a local vacuum repair shop should be able to fix you up with a hose and tools. wap ia a odd size . but they should be able to adapt / downsize the hose.

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