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Re: De clogging pipes
You can try these as long as you have some airflow. http://builtinvacuum.com/tornado-power/ If you have no suction or airflow from one particular inlet, you can reverse the main unit by hooking the inlet piping to the exhaust of the unit. Tape all other inlets closed, and turn the unit on. This should blow the clog out through the inlet door. (be prepared for a some mess with newspaper or something else to protect your floor in front of the inlet) If you still can't unclog it, borrow a portable canister vacuum or a shop vac and try to **** the clog from the inlet while you blow from the other end with your central unit. Good Luck!!
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De-scaling is normally done through the use of vinegar. I prefer the white vinegar myself. This is simple. Instead of water, place a quart of vinegar in your water tank and no coffee grounds in the basket. Start the cycle. When it is all done, repeat with ordinary clear water, again no grounds in the basket. When this cycle is completed. if yours is a integrated tank, turn the coffee maker up side down to remove all liquid. Refill and enjoy your freshly de-scaled coffee maker.
Presto - de-scaled.
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probable scale problem in boiler. Try using coffee machine de-scaler add to steamer heat and rinse. De-scaler available from most stores selling automatic coffee machines. Or it may be an element failure.
OK. This is an actual guaranteed solution to the Shark "No Steam"
problem. The problem is well documented as hard water clogs the steam
mops head. And using distilled water should prevent problem (not
confirmed). But now that you have the problem, how do you unclog?
off, Ive had two now. And my solution probably invalidates 1 year
warranty, but I'm not interested in going through all the rigamarole of
taking my mop back to the store. Maybe yours has expired or you want
solution now like me.
This requires a drill. If you've tried the
white vinegar route like me and it hasn't worked, and the toothpick,
now it's time to get serious.
Remove the four screws. Then
slide connection back and remove final two screws. Try blowing thru the
small round hole at the end of the connector. If you can't blow
through it, the smallest choke point near the hole is your problem.
the smallest drill bit in the standard drill set (not sure the size but
it fits easily in the hole with room to spare) drill gently into the
hole until it breaks thru the first resistance. Now blow through the
hole. It should blow through easily now. Run some white vinegar thru
to loosen up and remove other hard water deposits if you like.
Replace nozel. Replace two screws, Replace 4 screws. Done.
Use only bottled distilled water from now on would probably be a good idea.
my opinion the problem is a design flaw built in by the Shark people.
Appropriate name. Its called planned obsolescence. :( It breaks, you
buy a new mop head (or entire mop if you can't find their part's
Hi - this procedure may work.
Switch off the Bosch and take off the main power head. There should be screws or a flap on the base in which the roller brush can be taken out or inspected. Check the internals and make sure nothing is clogged - if there are toothed wheels at the end of the beater bar on each side, take it out and clean it if it is clogged with dust. Alternatively check the main turbine as it may be stuck down with dust that needs to be de-clogged. Then check the main hose mount that meets the floor head in question - check that the metal strip connection has not corroded. Hope this info helps.
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Inside ,the dust collection container, there at the far end is a white cone shape (another filter). I think you may find this covered in lint etc and if you reach in with your hand you can just pull the stuff off. Happened to me around the two month mark and I THINK, so far, so good. My machine is now not switching off and flashing lights at me and the suction is back to fabulous. Found this information on another obsure website. You would think electrolux would mention it in their "Troubleshooting Guide" GOOD LUCK