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Taking off the cover

Any idea on how to take off the cover the the Hoover Floor Mate? I have to replace the water channel hose and I can't tell which screws to remove or if it snaps in place somehow.

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Maybe this pic will help. There are screws and some pieces do snap together. These are very diffuicult to work on.

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