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One of the silicon tubes have split inside my steamer. Where can I get replacements please?? Thank you..

notify or look up manufacturer and check for parts number and if they sell the part / or for the distributor in your area that carries parts
Repairing an H2O Steam Mop

Aug 27, 2016 | Thane H2o Mop X5 5-In-1 Steam Cleaner

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I have a Dewalt model D55166. It will not shut off when it reaches the maximum allowed air pressure. What could cause this?

If safety pressure release valve pops open then electric pressure switch is bad, however if compressure keeps running and never pops safety valve then most likely tubing / joint leaks or cylinder / ring worn out. Spray soapy water on all joints and drain valve , if no leaks suspect cylinder. Good luck

Feb 23, 2015 | Dewalt Air Tools & Compressors

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X5 H2O Steam Mop dripping water from small hole at bottom and not producing much steam

john, I would try cleaning the mechanism with vinegar or CLR to dissolve any buildups you can't see. Rinse, fill up with fresh water and powerup. good luck

Mar 13, 2014 | As Seen On TV H2o Mop X5 5-In-1 Steam...

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Where to buy the nozzles for h2o mop

I got mine from amazon in a pack. I just typed in h20 mop and loads of bits and pieces came up.
hope this helps

Apr 09, 2013 | As Seen On TV H2O Mop Ultra

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My h2o steam mop does not produce steam.I have only used it 6 times. I have tried using 1 part vinegar and 2 parts water to clean the system but no joy.

The H2O Mop X5 is designed to thoroughly clean floor surfaces, such as marble, ceramic, carpet, stone, linoleum, and sealed hardwood floors and parquet. Not all floor types are suitable for steam cleaning. For more details about h2o mop please visit ADS TUTORIAL

Oct 28, 2012 | Vacuums

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Excessive air pressure buildup that's blowing safety valve and can hear air leaking inside unit.this compressor is only about a year old!thankyou.

Excessive air pressure...if your safety valve is truely popping off, is caused by a bad pressure switch or a loose wire connection at the switch. It's a little odd to be leaking too. There is a couple a possibilities here. The most common spots for leakage is the "tube seal", the aluminum transfer/supply tube, or the outlet air hose. Usually a leak will keep a unit from acheiving full pressure causing the unit ot run continuously. The other common leakage spot is the "check valve" and a leak here usually makes the auto restart (upon using air from the tank, taking pressure below the set lower limit), not work,stalling the motor and popping a breaker. See ereplacementparts for a proper breakdown and identification of parts. Spliting the clamshell is a "pain in the neck" for these little units, but you"ll likely have to do that to find your internal leak. Carefully avoiding electrically exposed parts, spray a soapy water solution at suspected joints if the leak is not obvious.

Oct 20, 2012 | Dewalt D55141 Oil-Free Hand Carry...

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How to releive fuel pressure

On most fuel rails serving the injector bodies there is a shrader valve (similar to that found on a tire). Put plenty of cloths around the valve on top of the engine to mop up fuel spill and press the central valve pin to relieve the pressure. From a safety point of view only do this with the ignition off and with the engine cold.

Apr 19, 2011 | 2000 Plymouth Neon

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I am comparing Shark steam mop and H2O steam cleaner. Which would you reccommend?

Judge from the volume of helps I see here I would get the H2O.


Jun 23, 2010 | Euro-Pro Shark Steam Mop - Gray/ Purple...

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4 hp 13 gal--i think a needle valve is cloged no

I'll try and make this cover as wide a range as possible in regards to compressor type. Thing is C/H has a couple different 4hp 13 gal models.

First ? would be how long has it been since you last drained the tank? Depending on your altitude and average climate best case would be once a week. Worst case every couple hours of use.

If it's been to long and there has been a lot of moisture while it was in use then there could be an issue with the tank check valve.
If it was in front of me the first thing I would want to know is where is the psi going. If it's not pressurizing the tank then is the motor just continually running after you turn it on? If that's the case then it would be a matter of seconds to pressurize the line leading to the tank. At which case the safety release valve would blow.
Has that happened?

The tank check valve as I said could get clogged but you have to remember that the valve is on top of the tank. Even with a lot of moisture it's almost impossible for it to interfere withe the check valve.

Please drain any water out of the tank. Using a wire insert it into the drain to unblock any corrosion that could be blocking the valve. after this try running the compressor. Respond back and let me know how long it ran for and if it popped the safety valve.
If the safety valve doesn't blow by itself wait 15 or 20
seconds and manually release it. Also keep an eye on your tank pressure for any movement.

Nov 27, 2009 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2002 Ford Taurus, and an engine sign showed up. However, I pulled out the code which is P0442. what is the problem, how much would that cost me and when do I need to fix it, can I wait for the...

P0442 code relating to the EVAP (Evaporative Emission System).a small emissions leak. also check the gas cap .Try cleaning the seals first and then try putting a little vaseline on the seals before getting a new gas cap. -------------
Code P0442-Evaporative emission control system. Canister Purge system failed the monitor test indicating a large leak (over 0.040”). Enabling conditions: Engine running after a 6 to 8 hour engine off period called a cold soak. The test runs when engine load is between 15 to 45% and inlet air temperature between 40 and 130°F. Blocking Action: This code can block the following monitors: Fuel Control, O2 monitor, Catalyst Monitor, misfire monitor. Testing: Check the purge hoses for leaks, leaking vapor management valve or loose gas cap.

This simply indicates that there was no flow from the evap system when the purge valve was energized. This could be cause of a few different reasons. First, check for leaks by visually looking at all evap lines for cranks rips or any tears. Basically, anywhere that fuel vapors can escape.
----------- Here is the test that will smoke the system for leaks with a smoke machine.

Evaporative Emission System Leak Test


CAUTION: The evaporative emission system must not be pressurized to more than 3.48 kPa (14 inches H2O)or damage to the evaporative emission system may occur.
  1. Connect the Evaporative Emission System Leak Tester to the evaporative emission test port.
  2. Close the canister vent solenoid.
  3. Pressurize the evaporative emission system to 3.48 kPa (14 inches H2O) .
  4. Monitor the system for two minutes . The system fails the leak test if the pressure falls below 2.0 kPa (8 inches H2O) .
  5. Repair any leaks as necessary.
  6. Repeat the leak test until the system remains above 2.0 kPa (8 inches H2O) after the two-minute test period.
---------- get it repaired ASAP because if you drive the car in same condition the emisson system can get damaged.and code will be p0445 ,now the code is p0442 its for leak in the emisson system. ---------------- This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya.

Oct 15, 2009 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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