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What ae the symptoms of an inactibe gall bladder?


Severe pain on the right side of the abdomen, sweating.

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Took inner bladder out now won't hold water


Inner bladder is needed to hold the fresh water for spray. Make sure the bladder is pulled through the bottom of the tank and that the black cap with a red rubber seal on the bottom of the tank.


If the black cap is missing you'll need to purchase a new one. Here's a quick link.

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Here's a quick link to locating a BISSELL Authorized Service Center if you need more assistance.

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How do i fill the water


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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I have a billell Pro Heat 2X without a manual. How do I fill it and what ratio water to cleaner?


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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Rubber valve at bottom of blader tank


It is called the (#69)auto load asm, part # 2107041. It would be wise to replace it, It will come as one piece. Is the bladder ok? You can call Bissell and maybe buy the part thru them or they can tell you where to go to get it(800) 237-7691 ) .

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The tank has a bladder in it, the clean water goes into the bladder, the dirty water will go on the outside of the bladder.

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