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My hoover sucked up water. I dried it out but I think some may have got through the filter to the engine as nothing happens when I turn it one now. Fixable? Miele c2 compact allergy


If the bag was wet and the internal filter that sits behind the bag on that model was wet then water will have penetrated through to the motor.

All you can do is remove all possible components from the inside of the cleaner (the bag and filters) , get a powerful hair dryer, set it on cool and run air through from the inside of the cleaner into the electric motor compartment to try and dry up any residual moisture. Leave it open to air out and wait a few days before refitting the components and starting it.

If it will not start after drying it then you will have short circuited and damaged the motor and you will need to buy a new machine.

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My dyson DC50 smells when hoovering


many things can make it smell bad wash filter top and lower in hot soapy water and rise well and dry well in sun
wash bin and all it's parts in hot soapy water and dry well
clean brush roll and check for any bad smells in head
could be from motor over heating or near to failing if above does not get rid of smell i would say it's the motor

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Hoover H3030-006 240 V Motor making a loud sound and burning smell


If you have little to no suction, that sound is happening because you most likely have a clog some were in the vacuum.

smell is probably your motor over working itself do to the clog.

also double check your belts on your brushes that they are moving with the motor. smell and sound could come from the brushes being jammed which would cause the belt to freeze and heat up and could burn the belt and or your motor.

if it is still running though your not in the red yetm so triple check that the machine is cleared off all clogs and jams in the belts and brushes.

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My Hoover Steam Vac model f5915-900 no longer heats the floor to reduce drying time. I have cleaned the bottom of the machine where it says "heated cleaning." Anything else I can try? Thanks.


The SteamVac blows warm air from the motor into the carpet to help loosen oily types of soil. If the motor is running, the air will be exhausted. This system is not meant to reduce drying time, but only to enhance cleaning.

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Hoover SteamVac F6030-900. Does not **** up


check the black plastic motor cover. these frequently melt and loose seal due to the extreme heat of the motor. if the plastic is warped, then that is the problem. also check for hair and cloggs throughout the suction ports

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Heat dry feature not working on hoover spinbrush steamvac. It worked the first few times I used it , but now after sucking up the water the carpet is cold, not warm like it had been on other occasions.


If you are not mechanically able, then you best take it to a service place because it could be the heat element neesd replacement, or the selector switch that turns on the element, or a wiring connection that got loose or burned. Goodluck,Macgivor

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Water keeps coming out of my hoover spin scrub


The bottom of the solution tank has a rubber stopper, if this tank is not installed just right that rubber can get caught, or damaged. Here is the manual for your machine.

http://www.hoover.com/pdfs/manuals/H3030.pdf

I hope this helps.

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I just bought a hoover floor mate for hard floors. The problem is the water with cleaner is not coming down to the brissles at all. Help please. It is brand new. any ideas???


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Posted by serdmann4 on May 17, 2008
I just bought a Hoover floor mate for hard floors. The problem is the water with cleaner is not coming down to the bristles at all. Help please. It is brand new. Any ideas???

Hello,
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. Hoover Floormate H3000 Upright Wet/Dry Vacuum. You can down load the owner manual from the Hoover website www.hoover.com . It looks like the one of the holding or recovery tanks my not be in place, leaking, cracked or damaged, or the clear tube is leaking and needs replacing. I looked 2 the owner’s manual and it does not show the clear tube but the vacuum does come apart and just back track the clear tube and mark the screws when you disassemble the unit. Other wise , please call the factory or a local Hoover warranty station in your area. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions.

http://www.hoover.com Telephone
Contact our Customer Service Department at 1.330.499.9499
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST

Thanks, Don the Vac Man
Go Ahead. Use Us.

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