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Kirby Suction and Blower Connector

I broke the suction and blower connector (Generation 4) and was wondering if I can disconnect the part and put a new one on without having to replace the hose as well.

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Yes you can. The end of the hose that mates with the suction/blower is flexible. You can use a pair of needle nose pliers to compress the hose end and force it out of the suction/blower connector.

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