Question about Bissell 1425 Little Green ProHeat Handheld Steam Vacuum
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bissell 1720-1 Little Green
If it isn't spraying, the pump is most likely bad, leaking from tank, depending where it is leaking, may need a new tank. But Bissell has obsoleted this unit and its parts. So unless you can find the parts somewhere, it may be time for a new one.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
SOURCE: will not spray
I have had to take mine apart every time I use it. The passages in the heater get clogged with cooked soap residue and this keeps the fluid from flowing properly. The crystalized soap has also plugged the tube in the handle, and the attachments, quite a few times. I am now having trouble with water leaking out the bottom when running the cleaner. I have traced this back to the heater. It seems that the soap, or something, has eaten a couple of holes in the removable metal cove that seals the back of the heater. This is the same cover that I have had to remove quite a few times to clean the passages out. I have fixed this temporarily, but now I need to order a heater assembly, as this piece is not sold separately. I like the machine and the way it cleans, but it sure has its share of problems. Hope this helps somebody. One way I found to slow down the heater plugging up, although it still does it eventually, is to make sure I have fluid coming out the attachment before turning the heater on. It seems to cook whats in the heater less.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: little green machine
The pump motor solution worked on my Bissell 1400. I did not have to take the vacuum motor out. I also lubed the motor although it looked like it might have sealed bearings, figuring a little WD 40 couldn't hurt.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Go to www.bissell.com then click the Customer Service tab. In the next window click on the User Guides link (in green on left hand side), then enter your model number. You can then download the full instructions.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
We had the same problem. After dissassembling the whole machine we could not find a clog or any other obvious problem. The manual suggests priming the pump by putting the solution reservoir in and out a few times. This did not help much. What did work was to raise the unit up a few feet above the trigger while depressing the holding the spray trigger. (That is, use gravity to fill the tube.) After solution was flowing freely, we turned the machine on and it seems to spray fine again.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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