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I have a Challenge GBV 180 Vacuum/Blower and a bit of the suction tube as broken and therefore the machine will not work. Its ok blowing. Where can i get a replacement tube or will i have to buy a new product? Many Thanks

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remove the blower tube by turning anticlockwise. remove cover from air inlet same way. attach large diameter suction tube to air inlet (has to fit correctly as this is where the safety switch is) attach collection bag to air exhaust opening (where you removed the blower tube from)

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# Always unplug electrical devices before you work on them.

# Never work on electrical devices around water or when you are wet.

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