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H2o steammop x5 ..water leaking at the bottom from a holefrom the tank

Steam is not coming properly even after cleaning the nozzle (just used 3 times) water is leaking fromj the bottom of a=the tank from a small hole and it makes sound as if no water in the tank

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Steam cleaner doesnt spray water anymore


Hello, this is Ava with Think Crucial.

Check to ensure there is a full tank of Bissell Hard Floor Solutions and water. - Make sure the clean water tank is inserted properly by removing the tank and re-inserting it. Ensure the gasket is attached to the water tank and did not fall into the machine. Reattach this gasket if necessary. - Check the valve on the bottom of the clean water tank. The water should come out of the X-valve when pressed. If the valve is blocked, soak the cap and insert in hot tap water until the blockage clears. Check the handle to ensure it is installed properly. Remove the handle and re-attach, making sure the handle is pushed down all the way. If you need to re-install the handle, remove the solution tank and lift the tab as you lift the handle. Check to ensure the solution tube is inserted properly into the floor nozzle. Clean the spray tips by bending a paper clip and inserting this into the spray tips to clean. If you continue to experience no spray, you may need to call Bissel at 1-800-237-7691 for further assistance.

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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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No steam comming out of my h2o x5 cleaner


see the causes and proceed with common sense. and fix it. God bless you
If the spray function has quit working on the carpet cleaner, check to make sure there is a full tank of water. If the water level is adequate, check the position of the gasket on the bottom of the water tank assembly. The gasket can become lodged, damaged, or removed. If this has happened, fix the gasket to the proper position according to the user manual, or replace the damaged or missing gasket.

  • 2 Change the belt on a steam cleaner that has inoperable brushes. From time to time, belts on carpet steam cleaners become worn, and you must replace them. If the brushes on your unit have stop moving or do not turn on, you may have a damaged belt.
    Replace a belt at home easily with little expense. Refer to your user's manual for replacement instructions and the part number for purchasing the belt. Remove and replace the belt according to the model of steam cleaner you own. Purchase a new belt at home improvement stores or directly
  • Sep 22, 2012 | H2o TR220002 Steam Cleaner

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    My brand new h2o mop won't steam. Green light comes on and thats it.


    bought it a few years ago - I used it a few times and it was fair but did leae a lot of water on the floors. My wife had wanted it as it was supposed to be a miracle device, but she had some health issues and not able to do heavy housework. She is better now and decided to try this miracle device she had wanted so bad - so we took it out and no steam - so this would be it's 3rd use and it's was dead. I'm a bit of a tinkerer so decided to take the thing apart/clean the nozzles etc per the troubleshooting guide. Well, none of the obvious/accessable nozzles were clogged, and the filter seemed to pass air and water ok (probably does have to be changed due to time vs uses. Anyway, took the unit apart and ended up having to take the pump motor apart - there is a little nozzle/connecter on the back of the motor that passes the water into the heating chamber. cleaned that with a pin - put it back together, and tons of steam shooting half way across the room. So - she did the floors, they are wet but clean. Bottom line - does an ok job but leaves a lot of water behind, and it appears the internal nozzles can be a problem, and not something the average householder would want or be capable of fixing. (they do say you can try using WD-40 in the unit to clear nozzles - not sure how it would get through to the pump nozzle, but maybe this would work ??
    Anyway - may end up buying some more filters as we will want to get a few more uses out of this thing for our $100 bucks, but will stay away from them in the future (go back to the wet swiffer - does about the same job but much less cost and hassle).

    Mar 07, 2011 | H2o TR220002 Steam Cleaner

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    Using my hoover steam vac tonight and too much water coming out. once it's turned on, water and shampoo continuously come out underneath until tanks are empty. looks to be leaking from left side bottom as...


    make sure that you have filled everthing properly and the hoover steam is in a good condition. or check else is there any loose coonections in the bottom of the hoover, which makes the tank empty.
    if the problem persists take it to service.

    Feb 25, 2011 | Hoover Steam Vac Dual V w/ SpinScrub...

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    Cleaning mr coffee ecm3 how


    Deliming

    SUGGESTED CLEANING SCHEDULE

    Type of Water Cleaning Frequency

    Soft water every 80 brew cycles, Hard water every 40 brew cycles

    Your espresso maker may be delimed using one quart of white household vinegar. Clean the water tank first, following steps l-5:

    1. Make sure the steam control knob is in the center off position and that the plug is disconnected from the electrical outlet.

    2. If the machine is cool and the pressure has been released, remove the pressure cap and pour 10 ounces of undiluted white household vinegar into the water tank.

    3. Screw on the pressure cap and allow machine to sit overnight with the vinegar solution in the water tank.

    4. Remove pressure cap and discard vinegar through the top opening of the espresso maker.

    5. Rinse the water tank thoroughly with tap water, repeating this step twice.

    To wash internal parts:

    Make sure you clean the inside of the water tank first. Remove the pressure cap and pour 10 ounces of fresh white household vinegar into the water tank. Screw the pressure cap back on top of the water tank. Make sure the cap is on tight. Insert the filter holder into the brew head and place the glass decanter with lid on the drip tray. Plug the machine into the electrical outlet and turn the power switch on. An indicator light on the power switch will tell you the machine is on. Place a cup with cold water under the steam nozzle. When vinegar begins to flow into the decanter, insert the nozzle into the water and open the steam nozzle slowly by turning the steam control knob downward. After a few seconds, close the steam nozzle by turning the knob back up to center. This will clean any residue left in the nozzle from frothing milk. When all the vinegar has been pumped into the decanter and the flow has stopped, turn the power switch to the center off position and allow the machine to cool. Repeat steps 1-7 twice using only tap water to rinse any remaining traces of vinegar out of the machine.

    Decanter cleaning

    1. Pour warm white vinegar in the decanter and let soak for 20 minutes.

    2. Discard the vinegar, Wash and rinse the decanter thoroughly using a

    soft cloth. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners.

    Dec 12, 2010 | Vacuums

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    No more steam coming out.


    The channel between the steam chamber on the pump side and the exit chamber of the steam chamber is probably plugged, I opened up the chamber at both ends and cleaned it out with CLR and a heavy wire.

    Apr 19, 2009 | Bissell 1867 steamMOP Stick Vacuum

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    Hoover steam vac spin scrub leaking cleaning solution


    The hose leading from the tank to the sprayer head on the bottom of the unit, or the tank is not seated properly or the tank has a hole or crack

    Feb 14, 2009 | Hoover SteamVac F5914-900 SpinScrub...

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    Water wont come out


    Does water squirt out of the hose nozzle, if it does, then check the heater inside the handle asm. Make sure that where the tubes hook up to it are not clogged. If water doesn't squirt, check for the seal at the bottom of the tank, it needs to be on the tank, not in the hole, this is for the soap bottle, there is a seal on the bottom of it as well. The flow indictor cap is leaking air or maybe is too tight. If you had the top cover off, make sure that the tubes are routed right so as not to get pinched when the cover is put back on, the smart mix knob should be in the water setting and that the piston is on the bottom of the smart mix knob. Pump is bad. Try running a mix of vinegar and water to see if that unclogs the lines. Is the top cover and the base tight together in the back, sometimes the top breaks loose and it will raise up and it can't spray, just re-fasten it down.

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