The dishwasher will fill up with water but will not spray through the sprayers. I took it apart and cleaned the sprayers. Put it back together and can hear the motor working but no water is going to the sprayers.
Mine was doing the same too. I check if the float swich was working, It rises and falls when filling and draining. Then I ended up having a leak around my moter which was coming out the bottom.So again I took everything apart. There is a small washer that fits on the spindel of the moter,on that there is another plastic peice that attaches to it .it has some groves on it .Mine is warn down. I think that is why The water dosent spary. Because it wont spin or catch. I am bringing all the washers and peices to a store and repacesing them.I thing that will fix the problems.
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water is getting to it but not passing through, i have never seen one of these but deal with sprayers all day long sooooo open it up there is a valve somewhere that is stuck clean all components and lubricate with petroleum jelly put back together if it doesnt work u need a new one
I had this problem. It was small pieces of debris that got into the solution lines and clogged all the nozzles. There is a nozzle for the handheld attachments, one on the front of the machine for spraying spots and two nozzles underneath just behind the rotating brushes.
It was a royal pain disconnecting the clear rubber hoses inside the machine and blowing out the nozzles and the hoses with compressed air. If you are mechanically challenged I'd suggest you take the machine to a vacuum/steam cleaner repair facility.
I'm not sure how the debris got into the solution system, but it may have been when the dirty water tank was emptied some of the dirty water entered the internal, clean water bladder.
A note to Bissell engineers: This issue can be prevented if you simply add an easily accessable solution and/or water filter that the customers can remove, clean and reinstall. Just a suggestion.
limescale inside the sprayers, try to remove the sprayers normaly a plastic colar turns then it comes off, give it a shake and it will probly rattle with the limescale in it, i think you can put limescale remover inside give it a shake then put it into a bowl of boiling hot water, be carefull you dont splash yourself, if this dosent solve the problem you may have a faulty circulation pump.
Check your spray arm holes for any food clogs buildups. You can clean holes with a toothpick. If there is lots of clogage inside the arms, you may have to remove and dismantle them to clean them. Check water valves to make sure they are fully open
Check the pump out. Even though the Hose is and tubes are clear it does not necessarily mean that the pump is not pumping water to the top sprayer. One way you can do this is take off the upper spray tube and lay it in a glass or bowl and turn on your machine for a minute or so to get the water flowing if it flows then I would take off the spray assembly itself and make sure that there is no blockage on the bearing race
Air gap is clean Garbage disposal is clean Dishwasher fills with water OK Drain pump runs after a wait of several minutes and seems to run slow but drains most of the water out of the reservoir. Dishwasher is not running the wash cycle (spraying water on dishes)
I had the same thing recently. Everything appeared fine mechanically, but no water would spray. I inspected the bottom arm as closely as possible and actually found a half melted clear plastic straw inside of it. 30 minutes, tweezers and a small pick eventually got it out and all is fine.
Hose end sprayers are the simplest and least expensive of the category. A sprayer jar is attached to a regular garden sprayer. Concentrated material is added to the sprayer jar. An adjustment on the jar determines the amount delivered. The force of the water through the hose pulls the material up from the jar and mixes and dilutes it with the water. A built-in anti-siphon device prevents unused material from being pulled back into your water supply.
Compression or tank sprayers are the most common type of spray equipment. Concentrated material is added to the tank. Water is then added to a marked fill line. The remaining air is pressurized by pumping the handle a designated number of times. A control lever on the wand controls the spray pattern and amount. Compression sprayers provide a precise, on target, non-drift spray good for soil and lawn pests. Adjust the sprayer for a coarse, drenching spray, a concentrated stream or a fine mist.
Tank capacities range from 1 quart to over 3 gallon for handheld models. Homeowner type backpack sprayers hold up 4 gallons. The tanks may be made from polyethylene plastic, galvanized steel or stainless steel.
In addition to treatments for pests and diseases, compression sprayers are designed for applying cleaning solutions for decks and siding.
Backpack sprayers are operated in the same manner as the handheld compression sprayer. The over-the-shoulder configuration makes it easier to carry the heavier load of material. Some backpack models also use a lever-style pump to maintain pressure without removing the unit form your back.
Powered sprayers rely on a gasoline engine for spray power. Great for larger yards or gardens due to portability and capacity (12 gallons).
Dusters are a slightly different breed. Dry powders (mostly for blooming plants such as roses) are added to a canister and applied by manually pumping.
NOTE: Compression sprayers deliver liquid under pressure. Compression sprayers are powerful and efficient tools. This fact also makes them potentially dangerous. Always read the manufacturer's instructions and safety precautions carefully.