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I need to find a way to replace the attachment hose on this unit. the tube to spray the detergent snakes into the base next to the wheel and i'm unsure of how to take it apart without breaking it. is there a simple way to remove the wheel? do i need to do something special to replace that tube?

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The best thing for that situation is to look on the side of the road and you will find a Bissel, I see one or two a week. Take one home and experiment on that one not yours. I have brought many and never have I bought one. I never see a Hoover by the road I used mine for years and never had a problem. But I do enjoy my free Bissel and they use to much solution!!

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