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Hoover Steam Vac Clean Water Streams from Unit

My Hoover F6025900 just streams clean water to the carpet whether it is turned on or off. I have inspected the unit for poor o-rings and seals and this is not the case. The clean water tank does not have any problems unit after it sits in the unit, then without using the control lever, the water streams out like I am in ''rinse'' cycle whether it is on or not.

I may be wrong but it appears that the solution and water are gravity fed until it reaches an area where electrically it turns it off and on. I just cannot locate that area.

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Hello there,

Are you certain on the model number of your Hoover vacuum, I can't seem to find any reference to that anywhere online.

Either way, I am familiar with these steam cleaning type vacuums. The electrical control for the spray portion is located in the actual base of the unit, below where the water / solution sits. It is actually very complicated to take this portion apart and attempt a manual repair without extensive knowledge of the vacuum system. It is very easy to damage the unit further without thorough knowledge of the electrical systems in the vacuum. You would be much better off taking it to a local service center. On Monday I would give Hoover a call at 1-800-944-9200 and they can direct you to the nearest location that is certified to work on Hoover vacuums.


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