Question about Hoover SteamVac Carpet/Upholstery Deep Cleaner Vacuum
I have been trying to hook up the upholstery attachment to clean my chair. I have no problem attaching the hose to the cleaner and the brushes spin and the vaccuum works but I can't figure out how to get the water to spray. There is a small tube attached near where it attaches to the body of the cleaner and I know it is there for some reason, I just can't figure out what that reason is. Is there anyway you can tell me how to hook the upholstery attachment so that I can clean my furniture?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cleaning uphoustry
Posted by renee123456 on Apr 23, 2008
Hoover ScrubVac F5914-900 Scrub Upright
I can’t figure out how to attach the hose to clean furniture
don’t know how to hook up attachment to clean upholstery.
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure.
The manufacturer brand name is Hoover – most on board upholstery machines have an on board hose attachment and any type of upholstery tool would hook on to the end of the suction hose and would be controlled by the trigger assm on the machine itself and some upholstery machines have a revolving brush that would hook up to the end of the attachment hose and you can spray the part you want to clean and then use the straight suction upholstery tool to agitate the fabric and then vacuum us the excess water. So feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages or contact the Hoover manufacturer listed below;
Contact our Customer Service Department at 1.330.499.9499
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST
Thanks, Don – The Vac Man
Go Ahead. Use Us.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Bissell Proheat
I have a Bissell "Little Green" cleaning machine that acted like yours. I found several clogs in the fluid system. The power for the fluid in my unit is provided by a small AC motor independent from the vacuum motor attached to a small plastic pump. This pump then fed into the input of the heater. Inside the heater is a sort-of mirror-image, redundant labyrinth that the fluid passes through before it exits. My heater was completely blocked on both sides, and exhibited signs of corrosion. My choice was to disable the heater and to instead hook its output line straight to the pump. I also found clogs in the fluid line, particularly where there were bends. One of the clogs was where the vacuum and fluid line made a right angle turn out of the base of the machine. The other was in the trigger handle itself in a jog of the small line that connects the valve to the spray nozzle connector.
I would suggest examining the trigger handle first. The only thing to watch for is the position of a small flat metal spring with a square hole in the center that lives between the trigger and the valve (which is also sprung).
I made good use of some slightly smaller standard aquarium air line so I could blow water and air through without having to actually taste the internal lines of the machine.
My new resolution is to run clean water through the fluid system before putting it to bed!
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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