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Open the bottom of 6594

How do I open the bottom to clean out a clog

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Re: open the bottom of 6594

Remove the bottom plate covering the brush roll and belt, usually has some screw holding it on.

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I cleaned it out but it still wont **** into the dirt container it all ends up getting cloged in the opening on the bottom

Double check the elbow at the base on the right hand side (back facing you) of the vacuum for clogging.

Many times it will appear free but be packed solid at the elbow just out of sight, there should be a screw on lower right that when removed will detach let you detach the elbow from the base of the plastic tube that holds the upper attachment hose this will help you straighten it bit to free any clogging, remove the beater bar & belt, apply suction with a shop vac or another vacuum to the front tube just behind the beater bar, you should feel suction at the elbow where you detached it if it's clear. If not you may need a stiff piece of wire or something similiar to help carefully clear it out.

I've worked on many of these and they somehow seem notorious for clogging in that particular spot.

Feb 12, 2011 | Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright...

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My bissell power force bagless model 6594-w vaccuum is not sucking up when vaccuuming but if i use the hose it works

Remove the bottom plate that covers the brush assembly and check the air passage that goes out where the vacuum is jointed between the vertical parts and the sweeper head. Look for any clog in that area. A bent hook on the end of a piece of coat hanger wire is a good tool for cleaning clogs. Hope this helps!

Dec 10, 2010 | Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright...

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Not picking up dirt

clean ALL the filters or buy new one it would be better to buy all new filters also check for clogs in the vacuum also check the belt if the belt is broken it will not pick up much 1. check all tubes for clogs if still dose not pick up 2.check the belt and replace if broken if it still dose not pick up the filters that worked on my bissell

Feb 02, 2010 | Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright...

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I have a bisell vacuum but no suction The spinner at the bottom is not spinning how do i reset

You have a clog somewhere in the hose. You may have a belt off. You MIGHT have a air driven brush, if that is the case, dont look for the belt ... look for the clog. You may want to use a shop vac to help you remove the clog. Loosen what ever you have to to assure the hoses are CLEAR.

Good luck

Oct 14, 2009 | Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright...

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I recently cleaned all the filters in my Bissell powerforce, now instead of suction I get all blown back instead.

take all the filters out put the dirt cup back in then try it again.3 filters 1 on the bottom of the dirt cup and one above the dirt cup and one in front at the bottom behind the little door.if thats not it at the bottom on the right side you will see a clear hose thats your intake hose,one screw holds it on,take it out and bend a coat hanger so the tip is rounded ,then work it down into the clear hose ,you should be able to push the clog out through the bottom

Apr 28, 2009 | Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright...

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It will not suck up materials on the vacuum part. the hose works just fine when it remains plugged in to the upright part

hi pop into bissel web page faq page type you querry see if there an answer


Sep 19, 2007 | Bissell 6594 PowerForce Bagless Upright...

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Bissell powerforce bagless upright vacuum 6594-w

Be sure when you put the dirtant dust container in place that it is in properly. I have had this and believe it or not this container has enough room to fit without it seating properly. Take the dust container out and reseat it making sure the bottom is secure and then turn the lock lever in place. Try it again. What happens is you get an air gap which allows some air to flow but the vacum does not function properly.


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