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I need to replace the "hose assembly" for a PANASONIC MC-E852. wHERE CAN i GET ONE? Ykanks

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I bought a new one.

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There are a few potential solutions you should try. You can check the hose and canister to make sure nothing is lodged in them. If nothing is there and it does not fix the problem, your issue could be related to your brush-roll. Check your brush-roll to make sure that nothing is interfering with it. If that does not solve the issue, the next area that should be checked is your vacuums filters. Filters should be replaced every 3 to 6 months for optimal performance.

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