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I need help with my hoover class sensor dry. I have pulled

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I need help with my hoover class b sensor dry. I have pulled the condenser out to clean it and now I can't get it back what am I doing wrong.
Normally the casing that it fits into distorts and prevents it going back in properly.

Take the condenser out.
Look in and see if there's a joint that's come apart in the casing.

If ok, ensure the condenser is the correct way up.
Put it in and when it jams, move it side to side, up and down as you try to push it in.

What do you find? What happens?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Done thank-you won't be doing that again in a hurry
Glad you got it back in.

Good luck with the appliance.

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