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Bissell dirtlifter powerbrush doesn't suck up the dirty water

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HI, I have a very similar Bissell. My problem was that after unscrewing the top plate and looking at the pipes the pipes feeding the front sprays were full of gunge blocking the sprayheads. I managed to flush it through by carefully removing the T connector that feeds the front 2 pipes, placing it back so it stuck out of one of the holes and replacing the water tank and turning on while holding it over a bucket. Black and white bits came out but it did flush through. I am thinking of doing a youtube video - let me know if this will help you!
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It sounds like the suction isn't working right. Check the dirt tank to make sure it is on correct and check the red plastic filter on the dirt tank to make sure that it isn't clogged.

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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Can you see the front of your bissel? Does it show the water getting sucked up or stuck? My bissel had a crack on the front and I'm getting a replacement hopefully this fixes the suction problem.
You can also check the other parts related to the suction such as the rubber seal further down the path. If it's become hard and stiff consider replacing it with a new one.
Good luck

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HI, I have a very similar Bissell. My problem was that after unscrewing the top plate and looking at the pipes the pipes feeding the front sprays were full of gunge blocking the sprayheads. I managed to flush it through by carefully removing the T connector that feeds the front 2 pipes, placing it back so it stuck out of one of the holes and replacing the water tank and turning on while holding it over a bucket. Black and white bits came out but it did flush through. I am thinking of doing a youtube video - let me know if this will help you!
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