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Water will not dispense through the attachment hose and come out of the brush in order to clean stairs

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The Dual V has pumps and solenoids that control soap and water flow. This type of problem requires shop service.

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To clean the stairs what combination of tools and Vax do I use


Hi, It's Jim with Crucial Vacuum.

If you're looking to effectively clean your stairs then you're going to want to use some of your vacuums attachments. There are a wide variety of these tools, all of which can help clean your stairs and make it a bit easier than using the vacuum itself.

If your stairs are carpeted a turbo brush attachment would do just fine. If they're hardwood you could easily use a crevice tool to clean.

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Bissell instruction manuals


I think you are referring to the stair/upholstery tool. Attach the hose
to the machine...turn the pump and vacuum on and use....liquid is
dispensed when you squeeze the handle on the tool..

Regards.
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On the first day of getting my new Miele vacuum it started making a clunking noise. It was after I tried doing the stairs which is very hard to do because the it is so heavy. How do I solve this noise...


Is the "clunking noise" when right after depressing the handle release lever? Also your Meile has a 39 foot cleaning radius to cleaning the stairs should not be difficult, unless you're picking the vacuum up and using the brush roll. They make a turbine tool the attaches to the hose end that is fantastic and makes these hard areas easier.

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No suction from upholstery attachment


http://www.hoover.com/pdfs/manuals/F5914900.pdf

Problem: Low suction
Problem: Clean solution won’t
dispense
Problem: Brushes/brush indicator
won’t rotate during floor cleaning
Possible cause
Possible solution
• Not firmly plugged in
• Plug unit in firmly
• No voltage In wall plug
• Check fuse or breaker
• Blown fuse/tripped breaker
• Replace fuse/reset breaker
Possible cause
Possible solution
• Recovery tank full/automatic
shut off engaged
• Remove and empty recovery tank
• Blockage In tool on end of hose
• Remove tool and clear blockage
• Recovery tank lid not on
correctly
• Make sure lid is on securely
• Recovery tank front panel not
replaced after stair or upholstery
cleaning
• Replace recovery tank front panel
(page 14)

Before using tool
It may be necessary to remove air from
the system (“prime the pump”) so the
clean solution will flow to the tool. Follow
these steps:
1. Attach tool to hose and turn the carpet
cleaner ON.
2. Put the tool on a hard surface or
against your hand to block off the suction.
3. Wait a few seconds (can take up to
15 seconds). Then squeeze the trigger
and begin cleaning.

GOODLUCK!!!!

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How do I attach the stair cleaner attachment


  1. remove recovery tank lid
  2. remove tank duct from front of tank
  3. slide flat end of hose into slot where tank duct was<open side up>
  4. place tank lid back on
  5. open water hose door on hood
  6. push waterline onto spickett
  7. clean your stairs.
best of luck

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Soap/water solution pouring out on floor when trying to use hose & attachments


The attachment hose is torn right where it connects to the motor . And there should be a trigger on the end of the hose right below where it connects to the hand tool.

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Shampoo stairs


There is a portable shampooer/sprayer that attaches to the hose ( the long one that makes the kirby a canister vacuum). It should have come with your attachments. Looks a bit like a gun without the tank attached to the bottom...the tank screws on.

To use it you would put the fingerguard attachment on the front of the kirby where the powerhead would normally go and the hose with the portable shampooer where the bag would go.

The tank on the portable sprayer/shampooer has lines to indicate how much water and shampoo are needed.

Be sure to put the mesh nozzle (sort of a triangular shaped thing with a piece of mesh along the front that attaches to the front of the portable sprayer) on the front of the portable sprayer if you want to shampoo..otherwise it will just spray a mist. The triangular piece with the mesh screen is what produces suds.

Vacuum the furniture/stairs thoroughly before shampooing. Cover the stairs/furniture with a thick coat of suds. Once covered with suds, pop the suds into the fabric/carpet using your hands...working the bubbles into any heavily soiled areas with a soft brush. No need to vacuum after shampooing. There is only about 10 percent water to 90 percent air in the suds.

Then let it dry. 15 minutes to and hour depending on the amount of solution used. Hope this helps!!!

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Can't get water to spray out of the hand tool nozzle


When you attach the main suction hose to the front of the machine, you also have to connect the soultion hose to a valve located on the side of the machine. When the machine is running, take a small screwdriver and depress the centre of this valve. You should get a spray of water out of the valve which will confirm the valve and pump is working. Now, connect the small solution hose, making sure you push it on all the way. When you pull the trigger on the handle of the hose, you should get spray. If it does not, you may have a plugged nozzle sprayer.

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Attaching the attachments


Take off the brush that is on the end of the hose, then attach your stair cleaner on the end of the hose.

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