I need a diagram for replacement vacuum hoses on a seal a meal model vs 107?

My seal a meal would work intermittently. I removed the top and one of the vacuum hoses was barely on the fitting and it would not stay on because the fitting was mostly tapered and the vinyl hose was hardened. I got some new hose and replaced the old hose one at a time  but the confines are so close together that when I put another new hose on ,One the new hoses would pop off with the slightest touch. Now I can't figure out where they are supposed to go and i need a diagram or accurate pictures as to the routing..Model Seal A Meal VS 107.

how many hoses are there? Could you figure out what hoses do what? I wasn't able to find any helpful pictures in 10 minutes but did find another question someone asked which might help you troubleshoot. https://www.instructables.com/answers/How-to-fix-F...

Old Buck 66 (author)  cerberustugowar7 days ago
there are 7 hoses of different lengths. The TEE connections and the ones going to the sensors etc. are very short and most of the connection is tapered so it does not take much for them to slide off with very little movement or touch. I found the loose tubing when I opened it up to see what was wrong and the hose was barely touching the connection . I pushed it back as tight as possible and put the screws back in and thought I would test it before putting it away in the pantry and it would not work. I took it back apart and the same hose was off .So I went to lowes and got new tubing and when I tried to replace the hardest ones in the back, The hoses would pop off the ones towards the front. Thus I lost track of where every hose went. I know I should have taken pictures of the routing ,But after thoughts are always present afterwards. Thanks for any help you can give me. I contacted Seal a Meal and the woman said they do not have any information on the inside of the sealer but they would give me a discount coupon for a new one...

sorry I couldn't help more. Maybe if you get a new one of the same model, you can still salvage your old one by opening up the new one and taking a picture? Could maybe install hose clamps on the new one as well to help prevent future failures. Best of luck