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I own a hoover steam vac model # F5915900 inside the recovery tank the seal broke. Where can I buy a new rubber seal?

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Here is the webpage for vac parts warehouse. This shows a diagram of your steam vac. You pick the part and buy it.

Hope this helps.

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