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My carpet cleaner is not spraying out water or solution. motor is working, heater is working but nothing coming out when i press the button

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Check if bottom of solution tank and/or lines are gummed up. Clean and blow out lines and inspect check ball assembly.
Hope this helps. Could use more info.
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