Question about McCulloch MC1275 Steam Vacuum
I had the same problem today. It turns out part of the steam hose was kinked. If you feel along the black tubing - this covers the actual steam hose, you may feel a hard spot where the inner hose may have kinked. Mine was near the end so I cut into it, cut out the kinked part, and reattached the hose to the endpiece - where it screws onto the body. If you do have a kink you will at least have to cut through the black tubing - careful not to cut the inner hose; you will see the nylon wrapped hose inside and can try to fix it. I was unable to unkink it without cutting it, you may have better luck, or you can do what I did. If you decide to, once you take apart the endpiece you'll see how it all goes together, pretty easy to figure out. Alternatively you might be able to buy a new hose through http://www.topinnovations.com
Hope this solves your problem, if you haven't already. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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