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How do i release. the hose to attach the attachments?

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Near the carpet attachment, on the lefthand side of the hose, there should be a release mechanism that you simply push in with your foot while pulling on the hose/wand. Once the carpet attachment is removed, you can connect the other attachments. Push the release toward the hose.

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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