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I need a water container for my Lumina sweep and shampoo Model scs 266

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SOURCE: WHERE DO YOU PUT THE SHAMPOO IN THE PRO SHAMPOO

  1. the sprayer will not spray i cant get the water to come out to claen the carpet

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SOURCE: What is the best way to unclog the tubing from the shampoo container to the water supply. My machine, I thought, was working well! Then I realized I did not see movement in tank of shampoo and the car

the machine has to run for few minutes in the parked postion to heat the water or it will not dispense, for one for twoif you turn the heat off and add hot water to the tank instead it will bypass the heating and work in the meantime best way to unclog after following these steps is there is an airlock in tline turn heat off in parked position and motor on hold the trigger down for about 15 to 20 seconds release and turn off, then in parked position (locked) upright pull trigger and hold then turn on power you then will have ceased the airlock if you want to clean the unit after trying this baking soda and apple cider vinegar is best, drop the handle to ground pull the tank out and loof for the round area that the tank plug goes into take a push pin and poke the holes, then dump the baking soda and vinegar that is mixed from a cup by a few drops to sizzle in there, lift and lock and turn on holding the trigger and there ya go, have fun

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Have a D4 model rainbow vaccum cleaner and want 2 no how 2 shampoo with it please help me


put cleaning solution into the proper receptacle lower brushes making contact with the surface to be cleaned. turn the on off switch on. start at the edge of the carpet squeezing the trigger for cleaning solution release and pull backwards.release trigger. roll vacuum back to begining position and pull backwards without squeezing solution release trigger. push back to the top slightly overlapping the first pass and repeat procedure. after rug is been completely shampooed allow to dry. after rug is dry sweep with broom

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How to assembel the kirby accesories to manually shampoo


I just did and it's multiple steps but not too hard.

There are complete detailed explanations if you do a search engine on kirby shampooer instructions. I found one explanation on Ebay, and another on EHow. www.goodvac.com/Articles.asp?ID=153

Step one - vacuum your carpet more thoroughly than you usually do. Each back and forth pass - four times.

Take off the dirt bag and the head off of your Kirby.

Where the dirt bag attaches to the Kirby is where the shampoo mixing container goes. Before you attach the mixing container on there take your container and fill it to the 1st line for a very small area, 2nd for a medium sized area, and to the third line for an average sized bedroom. A large living room may need a second container. For the solution - you must use Kirby shampoo. If you fill to the first water line - use one capful, 2nd line 2 capfuls, and etc. Make sure the sponge filter is positioned on the mixing container in the spot where it hooks onto the vacuum (mini-emptor).

The shampoo brushhead I find to be the biggest challenge because that L-shaped tube attachment gets in the way of the belt lifter when you try to hook on the belt. The belt is going to hook on the brushroller the same way it does on your vacuum head. Pop the brush roller in the head of the shampooer and then sit that head onto the tray mechanism.

Once you puzzle piece everything together and now ready to shampoo. Let me tell ya this - after the hassle of putting everything together - just do the whole room and make it worth the bother.

Turn the machine on, and lower the shampoo head ALL THE WAY DOWN, unless your carpet is ultra thick and then maybe just one click up. Turn the dial on the shampoo mixing container to on. Push the machine forward rather quick and pull back slow. Do overlapping passes.This will spread the foam nice and evenly. Let the foam sit for about 5 minutes, then turn the dial to off and go back over it slowly forward and backwards massaging the foam solution deep into your carpet fibers. Then let it sit for 2 - 3 hours. Then vacuum really thoroughly. Right after I go through the shampooing process and the carpet is still moist - I use a carpet brush and I scrub the foam even deeper into the carpet.

Good luck. Hopefully you will be motivated in the fact that I just did mine and the high traffic carpet looks really good. I just had clients come in and they noticed the difference right away, as it looks like a pro came in and did the job.

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WHERE DO YOU PUT THE SHAMPOO IN THE PRO SHAMPOO MACHINE THERE IS A CONTAINER IN THE BACK AND THERE IS THE WATER BAG IN THE FRONT SECTION


The shampoo solution goes in the back container. The clean water goes in the water bag in the front section.

If you need parts you can find them below

http://www.usavacuum.com/category-s/387.htm


Make sure to give positive feed back.

Thanks. USAVACUUM.COM

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My bissell pro won't **** up the shampoo or water. What do I need to check??


make sure the water container is closed properly and also attached on the machine properly also...

Dec 07, 2009 | Bissell 9500 ProHeat 2X CleanShot Upright...

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The bissell pro heat I am useing uses to much cleaning solution


Hi there SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au here,your question seems to be cut short but i think you were going to say it uses too much shampoo. If this is the case then the most common problem is that the water container is slighlty warped and its not that it uses too much shampoo but rather it pumps too litlle water. Hold the tank up and look along the base it may be slightly warped. If this is the case (normally from using water that is too hot) you need a new one. Send me a message with model and i can get you a new one.
The other likely cause is that your valves are not closing properly. Check all the red rubbery bits where the tanks join the machine and give them a good clean this may help.
Hope this is what you need.
Happy Vacuuming ! :)

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A solution to many "non-spray" problems.


The Scotchguard is going to be dicey inside the Bissell, yes, as you have learned the hard way.

I think the Bissell and the Hoover shampoos sold for their carpet cleaning machines are reasonably safe to use in the Bissell. My own personal favorite for use with the Bissell is the Hoover Premium Pet Formula, which is pricey but effective even if you don't own pets. I also pre-treat stained areas with Resolve Carpet Cleaner, a few minutes before using the Bissell.

I don't know what will happen with your home brew containing Dove. It may work well.

Jun 06, 2009 | Bissell 9500 ProHeat 2X CleanShot Upright...

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Bissell steam cleaner will not spray shampoo


My Bissell stops releasing shampoo when the handle is lacked upright, when there is no water in the tank (the most common cause of this issue), or when water is not flowing through the machine because the sprayers are clogged.

Make sure the shampoo container grommet is releasing properly when you press the trigger. To check this, remove the shampoo tank from the Bissell, stand over a sink, and use a finger to push up inside the grommet on the shampoo container, the part of it that mates with the rest of the Bissell. Shampoo should dribble out when you do this. If it won't, the grommet may be clogged.

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Cleaner Solution Not Dispensing On Bissell 9200 Pro Heat Cleaner


I haven't had this particular issue (yet... knock on wood!) with my Bissell, but remember that the shampoo will not dispense with no water in the tank (the most common cause of this issue because sometimes you think it has water but it doesn't) or water not flowing through the machine due to clogged sprayers-- another issue-- but since you're getting water on the floor that is not your issue-- or with the handle locked in position. If none of that fixes it, try removing the shampoo container, stand over a sink, and push your finger up inside the grommet where the shampoo container mates with the Bissell. Shampoo should dribble out. If it doesn't, unscrew the grommet (holding the container upside down of course so the shampoo doesn't gush out) and use your finger and running water to try and the grommet cleaned out.

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You have the vacuum and the basin, you put them together just like when you vacuum but don't put water in the basin. There is a large white container that comes with the shampooer. you fill that up with water and then you place the vacuum cleaner and the basin on top of that. Now you will need the water hose (not the one that has the gas pump hadle). Hook that in the same spot that you do for vacuuming. Then you take the shampooing handle( it will have a trigger and a little white bottle and some tubes hooked to it) the one end of it hooks to the water hose and the other end hooks to the wands. There are 2 wands that come with your shampooer. At the end of those the shampooer head will be attached. There are two separate tubes there is a thick tube ( there two tubes fused together) and a thin tube, they hook to the large white container that you fill with water. Just look and you will see where they go. Then there is a tube that hooks to the shampooer head at the bottom. The you take the little bottle and fill it with your shampoo. You should have gotten some clips to hool onto your hose so that you can keep the tubes attached to it so they aren't in the way. You should be set. I hope I helped.

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