|The yellow hose end has been bent due to frequent use. No longer makes a tight seal.
For those of you who don't know this, simply go to a nearest hardware store and pick up some new attachments. You'll need the following:
1.) hose end attachment (male or female)
2.) threaded clamp
3.) sharp pair of pruners (real sharp)
4.) flat headed screwdriver
Hint: You generally find clamps and hose end attachments together in packages. This is ideal.
|First, cut the old end off with sharp pruners. If there is a leak in the hose at this point, cut beneath the hole to fix.
|Make as flat of a cut as possible.
|Before anything else, thread the clamp over the hose end before you proceed. Push it down the hose about 6 inches, so you have room for the next step.
|Take the new brass fitting end and place at the mouth of the newly cut end. With the flat head screwdriver, insert it through both and...
|Push the brass fitting down, until the rubber meets the lip of the brass end.
|No more leaks!