Tip & How-To about Bissell 12005 Spot Bot Handheld Vacuum

How To Replace The Hose On A Bissell Spot Bot, SpotBot, and Little Green Machines

Replacing the Suction Hose on a Bissell SpotBot can be a challenging repair. We frequently get this question, how do you remove the old hose, so we decided to shoot a video repair demonstration on how to replace the hose assembly.
This repair works for all Bissell SpotBot models in the 1200 Series, as well as the 7887, and some Little Green Machines.
If you need to purchase a new Hose Assembly, you may find it on our website below:Bissell SpotBot Hose Assembly Part 203-6665

Here's the video showing how to replace the hose:





Please feel free to email us with any questions or clarification requests, and please be so kind and rate the video helpful if you found it to be.
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My Bissell Spotbot Pet cleaner stopped working. Took it out of the closet, plugged it in, No power? It worked great the last time it was used.


Well, if cycling it manually doesn't work and replacing the controller board didn't make a difference did you check the flex hose sensor? Bots won't run unless everything is clicked into place.

"Testimonials" don't continue the thread :)

I managed to dig up a copy of the service guide since I haven't owned a spotbot in years. http://evacuumstore.com/images/spotbot-repair-guide.pdf

Mar 22, 2017 | Bissell SpotBot Pet Spot Cleaner

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SPOT BOT NO SUCTION


Hey Courtney! Sorry to hear about the suction problem on your SpotBot. Here's a quick link to troubleshooting steps to assist you.

http://www.bissell.com/FAQDetail.aspx?id=1040&cid=ccsocial

Jan 04, 2013 | Bissell SpotBot Robotic Wet/Dry Vacuum

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Automatic Clean on Spot Bot 1200 dosent work


Ted, it can be bear when the auto settings aren't working. One of our service centers can inspect and fix any warranty repairs needed.

To locate a BISSELL Authorized Service Center, please click on the following link:http://www.bissell.com/service-centers/&=ccsocial

Oct 22, 2012 | Bissell SpotBot Robotic Wet/Dry Vacuum

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cracked hose for Bissell SpotBot


I found a site that carrys them, not sure if they are out because just as I was about to order one I decided to try and fix mine since the crack was right up next to the handle. http://www.svcvacuum.com/bissell/steamer_hose.htm
All I did was unscrew the two screws where the button is for releasing the water on the hand piece. I thin squeezed the clamp together to remove the water hose. Once that was removed I cut the hose and then PRYED out the part of the hose in the hand piece. I then cut the hose down where the crack was. Feed the "water hose" back through the hole in the handle (I heated it with a lighter just a tiny bit to make it soft and worked it through the hole which I just enlarged a slight bit) and with pliers work it back on. Don't forget the clamp. Next just work the outter hose back into the handle but make sure to use a glue or silicone sealer or both.
Even if you get a new hose Im not sure it will come with the handle. To connect the hose to the Machine part just push in that little plastic "dot" and pull out the hose at the same time. Then remove the old hose by the directions above. There is no need to remover the inner clear hose from the machine part, only the handle

Jan 17, 2009 | Bissell SpotBot Robotic Wet/Dry Vacuum

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