Question about Hoover F5906-900 Upright Steam Vacuum
Hi, The attachment hose also has to be plugged into the dirty water recovery tank. The other end of the hose which has the square plug, must go in the spot on the recovery tank where the water comes up from the floor. To do this, Remove the lid of the recovery tank, slide out the little rectangle (usually same color as the recovery tank) which is located just above the clear water channel from the floor there, and insert the square piece for the attachment hose. It should only fit in one way. Replace the lid to the tank and you should be ready to attack the ****. Good luck. Mark
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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