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No water comes out when trigger is pulled - Bissell 9500 ProHeat 2X CleanShot Upright Deep Cleaner, Red Berends Vacuum

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Hi Karen! Sorry you're having difficulty with the spray on your CleanShot. Here's a quick link to troubleshooting steps.

http://www.bissell.com/faqs/?c=282&sc=304&searchtext=no%20spray&cid=ccsocial

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The Machine storage tanks are 2 - one clean water, one dirty water.
I understand that, when OFF, no leaks happen.
I understand that when on a leak comes from "the side". Also, water comes from the bottom.

So, water comes out near the bottom brushes (even without trigger). Then, with trigger, MUCH water comes out near bottom brushes. Am I correct so far?

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