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The 3-pin mains plug will have a plastic fuse holder which can be levered open with a small screwdriver. Look on the pin side of the plug. There will also be small writing on the plug to tell you which size of fuse is fitted to the plug. Replace with the same size of fuse. It is important to note that the fuse in the mains plug is only likely to blow if there is an electrical issue inside the machine, so replacing the fuse may just result in the fuse blowing again. If this happens then the vacuum needs proper checking and repair. DO NOT try using a bigger fuse, as you may cause more damage to the vacuum, or cable overheating or risk of electric shock.
The are a number of reasons why your H20 mop doesn't steam. Ensure that the water tank has correct level of water. Check if the Steam Nozzle has a blockage and clean if it's necessary. Also, check for limescale deposit and removed it. You may refer to your unit's manual for procedures to remove limescale.
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Please stop using the mop before you have the thing catch on fire, or even your house/apartment.
What may have happened is the steam/water may have gotten in to the motor some how and is shorting it out.
Make sure no other appliance is running at the same time. Some other appliance on the same house line is causing the fuse to overload. Example: If we have the space heater on in the bedroom and my wife tries to use her hair dryer then the fuse blows as they are both on the same circuit.
If the fuse is busted look at the fuse if only disconnect the wire
inside so that you can determine the cause of blowing of fuse..if the
fuse is dark or have color black inside your machine have a short
circuit..if not got fluctuate high current in split second (that is
normal)..just replaced the fuse with the same type and ratings..
If the fuse always blows after power ON your machine need further repair it have short circuit..
your descriptions are understandable and sound about right. as long as the wire is securely fixed to both pins, you should be ok. if there are any problems, especially if the fuse blows again fairly soon, then i strongly recommend calling a qualified electrician to check the system.