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Hoover will not release water/solution

I took the unit a part and cleaned everything. I also ran pressure water through the hosing. No clogs, everything snapped in correctly. No what?

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Maybe the reservior asm(#24). isn't working, when you push the trigger, it pushes a rod inside the handle to hit the reservior asm. so the water will release. Could be the rod isn't hitting the reservior asm. Maybe these pictures will help.

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