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Where do i plug the handheld attachment cleaner up so i can clean with it?

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Http://www.hoover.com/pdfs/manuals/F5914900.pdf

page 7, diagram 2-1. more specifically one part of your hose will go where item # 16 is, and the other part will go where item # 21 is.

Good luck with that.
Mark

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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My dog ate thought the hose coming right from the steamer. I need to get a new hose and I never got the attachment that cleans the floor where can I get that? I only got the hose and then attachments that would clean a grill.

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http://www.sharkvac.com/ Customer Tech Support 1-800-798-7398
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