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Hoover F5858-910 doesn't spray water

The water runs out instead of spraying when the trigger is pulled

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  • osuguy101 Sep 30, 2008

    mine does the same thing...i get lines of water instead of spray.

  • dc42 Jan 21, 2009

    Took me a while to get back here sorry. I tried the vinegar suggestion but it didnt work for me.

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Hello dc42 & osuguy101. I suggest using a cleaning solution, 50/50 vinager/water, in the fluid tank to clean the ports. #2 Unit may have a fluid pump problem. Please update me on results.

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