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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kirby sentria
Hi There, The machine does not actually suck the suds up. Basically the machine lays the foam down which then crystalises and absorbs the dirt in the process. Once this has had around - 4-5 hours to dry then you vacuum up as normal taking the crystalised dirt away. You should really use the Genuine Kirby product as it's very good but you can also you any other DRY FOAM shampoo. Hope this helps Chris www.elidistribution.co.uk
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
SOURCE: Bissel Proheat Carpet cleaner
My Bissell had the same problem. The hand attachment does not use heated water. So I Found a clog of calcium and dirt in the heater portion of the unit. The heater is in the handle behind the red heater light on the front. Remove the upper portion of the handle. Remove the lower two screws in the lower portion and the parts will split apart. Remove the hoses and remove the heater. (mark where the wires go) The bottom of the heater can be removed with a screwdriver. The tubes leading into the heater is where the clog was but there was a lot of debris inside Make sure to clear it all and the hoses as well. I put it together and it works great.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
SOURCE: bissell carpet shampooer
- Remove the tool from the end of the hose and see if the hose will spray. If there is spray with the tool removed, the tool is clogged. Clean out the spray tip of the tool with a safety pin or paper clip.
- Stretch the hose out and give it a few light tugs to release any kinks in the internal water supply hose.
If there is still no spray through the hose, please take your machine to a local BISSELL Authorized Service Center. To locate your nearest BISSELL Authorized Service Center, please go to www.bissell.com under the Customer Center tab near the top of the homepage. Enter your zip code in the Service Center box on the right of the page to perform your search.
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Posted on Jul 20, 2008
Bissel proheat turbo 2x ipx4.
I don't have the instruction the this machine if you could help me with where to put the water and cleaning solution and how much, also how to use it.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
There are a couple areas to check:
1. The black gasket where clearview water collecting unit and the base's front meet. Ensure gasket is in good condition.
2. Check if you're getting sufficient suction: remove the water collecting unit. When you turn on the the unit, you'll feel suction out of a black hose pointing upwards next to the grey dial. If you're not getting sufficient suction you need to check that all the gaskets are seated properly. there are 3 gaskets: (1) an orange one seated between the black hose and the base unit (2 and 3): On the bottom of the unit there is a removeable panel. This panel has a gasket (red) and inside there is a white gasket.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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