Question about Hoover F6025-900 SteamVac Wet/Dry Vacuum
Water comes out the bottom of the machine while it is running. It seems to happen with either the hose attachments or the power head turning and sucking. I can't tell where the water is coming from or how to fix it.
First item to check is the valve on the machine where the upper ank sits. If you install the tank and then remove it, you will have a small ammount of water in the black gasket area. this means that this is ok. if not and there is no water you will need to replace it. also ( a way to also verfiy this is to remove the brushes and put a dry towel under the fron and install the tank. if water comes out the diffuser then the resevoir is faulty. if it comes out from the right side then the pump is your problem.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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