Question about Bissell 1699 ProHeat Clear View Upright Steam Vacuum
A little hint.....there is a slot for the piston to fit into beside the knob. to get it there, turn the knob just past (about a 1/2") the water only setting. If you are watching from underneath , you will see that you can lift the knob slightly out of the way, just enough to slide the piston into position. hope this helps!!!!
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
Both answers above will get you going. The small slot that looks like an axe kerf is what the screw ramp on the solution knob works against. The long ear on the needle valve runs up and down in the slot racheal is describing. I had to take my cover off again to align the vacuum port. I put the solution valve on full soap position. The needle valve didn't drop out and was easy to reinstall. HTH
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