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First check fluid levels. Check Bladder level is full and Heater tank level. Sounds silly but you never know
1. Check the tank seating. If the tanks aren't seated corrected they won't work correctly. Turn off and unplug unit. Remove tanks and reinstall them.
2. Check filter. It may be clogged. This is the "FLOW INDICATOR". Remove the cap and rotor. The filter is just below the rotor and cleans by back flushing. CAUTION: don't drop it down the drain.
3. Check pump belt. Belt can break and cause the problem. Turn off unit. Turn unit back on and check too see the DirtLifter PowerBrush turns. Refer to NOTE below if brush doesn't turn.
4. Reprime pump. Loss of prime can happen if fluid levels are low. Turn unit off for 1 minute then turn unit on and press the trigger.
For all checks it is best to turn unit off and unplug it. NEVER USE ELECTRICITY WITH FLUIDS.
BROKEN BELT: Turn the machine off and unplug it. Move it to a dry area. You will need a flat head screwdriver.
Insert screwdriver into the lower slot of the belt access door to release the lower snap (on left side of unit as you are looking from the front about an inch up behind the adjustment knob) If necessary insert the blade end into the upper slot to release the upper snap. Examine the belt for breakage. If broken, refer to your User Guide for replacement parts. Installation instructions will accompany the replacement.
I've never seen this model, but it would suggest that the unit is unable to function due to either an electrical failure or needs a serious deep cleaning (esp.the part that interacts with the water to form mist.) I would completely empty the unit and clean it, then partly fill the reservoir with 50/50 mix of white vinegar and water and let it sit for 24 hours (possibly longer) to remove any deposits. (Doesn't take much build up to kill the ultrasonic process). Other than that, try calling the manufacturer and see what they will do for you. (Think it's Sunbeam).
I don't know your model. Generally, a newer pressure tank has a flexible bladder that separates the water from the air charge. If you have water on the top of your tank, the bladder has broken. It seems that Flotec tanks have replaceable bladders. Flotec Pressure Tanks
That is a link to a company that sells parts for theses tanks.
those seat belt mechanism are built cheap and made out of plastic gears and sort. go to the ju-ck yard a get a use one that work. 99% of the time when it does not retract, the unit is broken, and you cant fix it, no repair parts you can buy. just replace it much easier
Hello! 28 and 29 are not meant to be refilled. They can physically be refilled, but they won't work. That is because Lexmark has put in a smart chip that doesn't allow refill. You need to buy 28A and 29A or 34 and 35, those cartridges can be refilled with no problem.
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This is an issue with the paper feed sensor which may be a electronic eye or a mechanical switch if it is mecanical you may just have to jiggle the switch a few times, occasionally paper may get stuck behind it not letting it activate. If it is electronic you have bad sensors or bad pc board and you'll have to contact the manufacturer for further info.
It is called the (#69)auto load asm, part # 2107041. It would be wise to replace it, It will come as one piece. Is the bladder ok? You can call Bissell and maybe buy the part thru them or they can tell you where to go to get it(800) 237-7691 ) .
You should be able to buy the part from a Ricoh dealer - it's a part as opposed to a consumable. There are, however, two issues to take into account: 1) It costs nearly as much as a complete unit to buy 2) They are really tricky to fit.
I suspect you have used the old oil supply unit in your new fuser. If so the problem is probably there.
It may be that the paper jam has broken one of the upper fuser fingers. In the past I have removed these and the fuser has worked fine. You may find you get the occasional rap around but it should be a rare event.