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Hoover F7210-900


it is not supposed to heat and do not tell me it is I had one for four years and it never heated from the time I bought it brand new

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Can someone plz help mei have Bissell Pro Heat 6 cleaning row and were the sope is supose to come out its not how doi get it to come out


Hey Matthew! I understand how frustrating it can be when you're ready to clean and there's no spray.

Here's a quick link to troubleshooting steps to assist you with the spray:

http://www.bissell.com/FAQDetail.aspx?id=1065&cid=ccsocial

Mar 04, 2013 | Vacuums

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I have the euro steam blaster s3325 when I turn it on, the steam ready **** comes on right away not heating can the heating element be replaced? thanks


There is a device attach to the heating element called a thermo fuse, this devise brakes down when it get to hot.
open the machine and replace it with the same value. it is written on it..

Nov 20, 2012 | Euro-Pro S3325 Handheld Steam Vacuum

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It wont get hot


The manual for your EP961 says that it needs at least 10 minutes to heat up before it will produce heat. A yellow light will light up when it is ready. Did you wait the appropriate time? Also, there are 2 switches, one to start the system and another on the handle to start steaming once the water heats up.
Is this a new steamer?
If you have used it before,are familiar with it, followed the directions and still no steam, then I would contact the company for repair.

Hope this helps,

Handie Andie

Mar 25, 2011 | Euro-Pro EP961 Steam Vacuum

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My steam cleaner seems like its heating up but the steam is not coming out of the hose!


It is likely that you have a thermoswitch problem. Mine seems to have the same problem. You plug it in and it says ready, but steam does not come out. Here's a picture of the thermoswitch. If you can find a replacement part, let me know I need one too.

Jan 23, 2011 | Euro-Pro S3325 Handheld Steam Vacuum

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When I turn it on the ready light automatically comes on but does not heat. No steam. What could the problem be?


Did u find the answer to this problem? My beloved shark is doing the exact same thing.

By tmoffett99 on Sep 23, 2010
When I turn it on the ready light automatically comes on but does not heat. No steam. What could the problem be?

Sep 23, 2010 | Euro-Pro S3325 Handheld Steam Vacuum

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Euro-pro iron. red light on. green light blinks on but iron will not heat up. lights do not progress through yellow (does not go past green) purchased from walmart with warranty extention on 12/08. ...


When the green light stops blinking and is solid, the iron is ready for use. Touch the handle and begin using. but as you mentioned that green light is blinking and the iron is not heating then there is definitely a short in wire some where it has to be checked.most probably its the short in the heating coil wire.but if the heating coil wire is proper and not short then your irons heating coil probally went bad its alot cheaper to just buy a new iron .because heating coil costs near to new iron.but still get confirm if its short in wire. This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

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How to get the beater brushes to work


Your belt is broken or has come off the track.

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No Steam after heating up


Sounds like the switch on the handle or the steam release solenoid on the steam chamber is faulty ,use a volt meter/tester to see if you have current to the solenoid when you turn on the switch.

Dec 02, 2008 | Euro-Pro S3325 Handheld Steam Vacuum

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Bex Bissell Pro Heat 7920-E


Remove the cap for the flow indicator, then there 6 screws to remove to take off the top, before removing the top, turn the smart mix valve to about the half way point so the piston won't fall off. When you are ready to re-install the top cover, just before pushing it all of the way down, turn the smart mix valve to the water only setting, then push it into place, re-install the screws and the flow indicator parts.

May 27, 2008 | Bissell 7920 ProHeat Pro-Tech Upright...

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