Question about Polti Vaporetto 2400 Canister Steam Vacuum
My steamer is leaking badly underneath, no sign of wear around the drain area. It seems to be happening at the back casing?
Not sure this is the solution as my steam/water was coming out from the front. Although it didn't look like it initially, it turned out to be coming from the hose. There's a little o-ring that fits on a spike in the hose attachment and that was split. I replaced it and it's working fine again. I got my o-ring (in a pack of 200 assorted sizes) from eBay for about £3 but that was only because I was too lazy to go down to my local plumbing/bathroom shop which probably would have sold me 1 for a few pence. Much better than £50 to replace the hose!
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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