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Where do u attach the the hose to get suction for cleaning furniture?

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Tried to track this down, but did not find anything specific. I did find a URL that shows the detachable hose with written instructions (very short) about attaching it to the unit. If you have the owners manual and go to the URL, you might be able to answer the question.
http://www.vacuumpartstore.com/mof59f59f59f.html
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Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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