Question about H2o TR220002 Steam Cleaner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My h2o mop will not
Try running a solution of 1 part white vinegar to 2 parts water,turn on & let run through if this dosn't work take the mop head off ( unplugged of course) & poke a needle or paper clip through the hole replace head & try vinegar solution agian. It worked for mine you need to clean out lime scale.
Posted on Oct 15, 2011
SOURCE: my brand new h2o mop
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).
Posted on Oct 14, 2012
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