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IT LEAKS FROM THE FRONT, NO WATER IS HOOKED UP TO IT AND THE WATER BLADDER IS EMPTY, WHERE IS THE WATER COMMONG FROM?

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Check for obstructions on the condenser motor and make sure that the coil is free of dirt and lint and dust bunnies. A dirty coil makes a compressor work extra hard and produces more condensation.

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We have a well. Hooked to a 36 gallon bladder tank. Lots of air coming thru the water line. Your thoughts? We were told we needed a tank without a bladder. Your thoughts?


The bladder is there to prevent the water from coming into contact with the metal tank. This is important when your drinking water is coming through that tank. If the tank is just being used for irrigation the bladder is not really necessary. You also have air between the bladder and tank so create pressure on the water and prevent short cycling of pump motor.
If air is coming up then there has to be some sort of leak on the piping or fitting on the suction side of your well pump. This can cause you to also lose your prime. Check the Check valve (prevents water from suction line going back into ground) for leaks around the fitting.

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There is a tank within a tank design on these deep cleaners. Use warm tap water and fill the inner bladder.

The Tank-in-Tank system is designed with a bladder inside for

clean water. As you clean, the bladder will empty. Dirty water

collects in the tank outside the bladder.

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One way to check for sure with everything hooked up. The air valve on top of the tank if pressed you will get water out of the valve which should be only air. This will let you know it should replaced.

If Tank bladder is low in air and not water coming out.

2-If it checks ok put an air gauge to tank to check the air pressure, with a standard 40 gal tank you will have 28 psi of air in tank for it to function properly.

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The cleaner goes into the small bottom at the very rear of the machine. It is uses full strenght (don't add any water to it). You add clean water into the bottom clear plastic section on the front of the machine. The clean water bladder is soft plastic and it is filled from the top. When you start using the machine, the dirty water will get suctioned into the section surrounding this bladder. The machine will stop working when either the bladder is empty or the dirty water section is full. Remove the entire plastic section to dump out the dirty water.

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I cant get it to ****


This is from the owners manual that I have provided a link to, so that you can have a copy for your records. I hope this helps.
http://www.bissell.com/images/UserGuides/9500_908.pdf

Possible Causes Remedies 1. ReadyTools dial may be at wrong setting. 1. Set ReadyTools dial to either FLOOR CLEANING or TOOLS setting. 2. Tank may not be seated properly. 2. Pick up both the 2-in-1 water tank and formula tank and reseat them so they fit snugly on the unit. 3. Tank may not be assembled properly. 3. Check to make sure the "lip" of the nozzle is securely hooked into the groove on bottom of Tank (see page 9). 4. Solution or 2-in-1 water tank is empty. 4. Check fluid levels in heavy duty bladder and formula tank. 5. 2-in-1 water tank has picked up 5. Empty 2-in-1 water tank. Refill maximum dirty water and red float heavy duty bladder with clean door has closed. hot tap water and replace. 6. Red float "door" in the tank may have closed 6. Turn the machine OFF ( O ), as a result of bumping an object or moving allowing red float door to release into machine back and forth too quickly. the open position. Turn unit back ON ( I ) to continue cleaning. Be sure your forward and backward strokes are done at a slower pace.

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Depending on the model yes:
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http://www.svcvacuum.com/bissell/tanks.htm

You can also look at Bissell www.bissell.com

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