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Hoover f5835-900 will not pick up water. seems to be blowing air

Out. i have put the water down and now cannot pick up dirty water. what is wrong

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Click HERE toget the manual. Go to figure 3.1 and clean the filter if necessary. Goto figure 3.8 and make sure pate E is clear. Make sure the part isslides up against when inserted downward is clear. Go to figure 3.11.The slotted holes in the recovery tank lid must be clear. Finally therecovery tank lid must fit snugly and air tight. I hope this works

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  • firehead Jun 28, 2009

    Hello again. Sorry, I just discovered that the link I gave you won't work anymore. If you e-mail me at firehead@rogers.com I will send it to you.

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