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Broken hose The hose on my Hoover F5837-900 Steam vac Supreme broke away from the coupler on the bottom of the unit - under/behind the recovery tank (solution tube is till attached). It might have gotten pinched in there a couple times. Problem - it was glued in the coupler really well, and I cannot get the whole thing out - hose will be too short anyway - is there a way to fix this or a part I can order instead??

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    Thanks very much for the information!

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You will have to replace the complete hose asm, part # 90001337

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