The upholstery **** hooks into the dirty water collection tank. With the lis off the tank, you remove a flat plastic part from the tank on the side and replace it with the flat plastic part of the hose. Then put the lid on and you're good to go.
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Here's instructions on how to use the hose assembly on your Hoover SteamVac Dual V:
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE WALL.
Attaching The Hose
Open Hose Connection Port (Figure A).
Insert Short Hose End, Matching the tabs on the hose with the same-sized slots in the connection port.
Plug Hose into Port and twist to lock it in place.
Plug the solution Tube that protrudes of the suction hose into the solution connection port (Figure B)
Removing the Hose
Squeeze Latches (Figure C) on top and bottom of the hose. Remove hose from port. Close the Hose port door.
Remove the solution Tube from the Solution connection port by pressing on the white latch.
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Check the roller brush to see if anything is wrapped around it. If not, there may be a loose connection or wire between the canister and the power nozzle. I assume that's the accessory you're referring to. I could also be a defective switch, but loose connections and broken wires are more probable.
the hose is especially susceptible to broken wires due to the stress of constantly pulling the vacuum, and improper storage.
Sounds like you have a small clog in the hose in the head cleaner. Unplug the machne, turn it upside down on the floor with the brushed facing up. Look at the hose that comes from the underneath to where it connects to the expandable hose. Most of the time the clog is in that area. The debris stays in the hose ans it just does not have enough power to go all the way to the bag area from lack of suction. When you disconnect the hose the particles fall back down and the spinning brush kicks it all over the place. If it has a screw holding the hose in place unscrew it and push something solid through the hose. No not use anything sharp or use eccessive force as you can tear the hose. Try losening it then hook up the hose and turn it on to see if the suction from the hose clears it out.
Check that the filters are completely clean. If there are clogged they would have to be washed and then dried to room temp (or a low temp tumble dryer, put the filters into a pillow case with a towel and install into the machine) Tip the bissell backwards to make sure the bottom bin is pushed and locked all the way in. Only when the two seals meet will you know that the bin has locked in properly. Unhook by prising the main hose at the back off to check for clogs as well as the main hose at the bottom and the main dust channel at the sole plate where the roller bar is. You may have to remove the bottom plate to check for any obstructions behind the brush bar.
I have the Easy vac myself. Its not an Easy machine to maintain when it gets clogged!
Is there suction at the end of the hose, if not then the blockage is in the hose, unhook the hose and dig out the debris, if hose isn't blocked, then clean out the filters, if they get clogged, then air can;t flow thru them and you won't have suction. If you have suction at the end of the hose, then it is clogged down in the nozzle asm. there is an inlet by the brush roll and it comes up to where the hose plugs into. Clean the clog out.
roro, There are two possibilites: One is that each hose does something different (suck and exhaust) or both suck. Find the one that sucks. That should be the one that you hook tools to now. If the attachment has an electrical connection, it will be needed to do scrubbing. If the shampoo unit is from a different brand, you'll have to make up something to do that. If you do, be certain that the connection is fully taped up so no liquid can get to it!!