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I have the rainbow E series and the coupling that locks the hose in the wand has broke. I have ordered some coupling, but I believe half of the coupling managed to be sucked in by the powerful vacuum cleaner. Is there a way I can disconnect the hose to see if I can reach the coupling?

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  • udab May 29, 2011

    Hello,
    That you for your simply strategy, however there is not a lock to press.

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Good day!

Please try this simple strategy to pull out the host.

If you hose have a lock press it then shake,shake it while you pulling out the host with mild force.

I hope this simple strategy will help you to pull out the host and if you have other question just add a comment.

thank you

Posted on May 29, 2011

  • bonifacio gomez
    bonifacio gomez May 29, 2011

    If you don't have lock to press,

    try to twist the hose in counter clockwise while you pull the hose with pull force.


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