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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have pasted a link to the Bissell ProHeat series carpet extractor repair guide below. This guide is like my Bible when I'm working on these machines, and is EXTREMELY helpful on explaining how, and where hoses and parts go, and possible explanations of problems, and how to fix them.
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Bissell ProHeat Repair Manual
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Posted on Apr 15, 2010
In order to spray anything out of this machine, you need to have water in the bladder and water or solution in the smartmix bottle. If you don't have both, it won't work. Try this first, if it doesn't work you can access the tubing under the housing cover. You'll need a phillips screwdriver and pliers. Lay the machine handle down and take out the water bladder. There are two screws just in back of the bladder compartment; two in the middle of the compartment and two at the front of the floor noozle. You will also have to loosen and take off the round clear cover, red pinwheel and white strainer of the smart flow. (Mine is on the top left of the cover). Take the screws out and gently lift the cover up. This exposes all the tubing, the pump, etc.
I took off each hose separately and used an air canister to make sure the tubes weren't clogged. I just couldn't figure out how to get to the two ends that go into the inside of the wheel.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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