Model F7426-900---not F7425-900 (made 11/03)
Sometimes it will dispense detergent-sometimes it won't.
Dispenses clear water ok.
Think I have solenoid problem.
Where are solenoids located and how do you get to them.
Any suggestions as to any other areas that could be causing the problem?????
Service manual available online????
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Hi there! Be sure you are only using the recommended detergent for your cleaner. Sometimes it is necessary to prime the trigger to get the solution to flow. Give these quick steps a try.
1. Recline the handle
2. Pump the trigger 30 times
3. Power the unit on.
4. Squeeze trigger for 60 seconds
If the cleaner still wont dispense you may have an issue with your pump assembly. We recommend taking your unit in to an authorized service center for repair. I have included a link where you may go to locate a service center near you. Service Center Locator
Hi there! Sometimes it is necessary to prime the trigger to get the solution flowing. Try these quick steps.
1. Recline the handle.
2. Pump the trigger vigorously about 60 times.
3. Power the cleaner on and squeeze the trigger for 60 seconds.
The cleaner should start to dispense the solution. Be sure you are using only the recommended cleaning solution to avoid internal damage. If your Floormate is still not dispensing there could be an issue with your pump. We would recommend taking the cleaner in to a Hoover authorized service center for repair. Follow the link to locate the nearest service center to you. Service Center Locator
Hi! Sometimes it is necessary to prime the trigger under the handle to get the solution flowing. To prime the trigger, recline the handle and pump trigger about 60 times. Then, power the cleaner on and squeeze the trigger for about 60 seconds. The solution should start to dispense. If it is still not dispensing there may be an issue with the pump assembly on the cleaner. We would recommend taking the cleaner in to a Hoover authorized service center for repair. Follow the link to locate one nearest you. Service Center Locator
Hello! Sometimes it is necessary to prime the trigger to get the solution flowing. To prime the trigger, recline the handle and pump the trigger vigorously 60 times. Then, power the unit on and squeeze the trigger for about 60 seconds. The solution should begin to flow. It may be necessary to repeat these steps a few times. To avoid internal damage be sure you are only using the cleaning solution recommended for this unit. If the unit is still not dispensing we recommend taking the cleaner in to a vacuum repair center for repair. Follow the link to locate the nearest authorized service center to you. Service Center Locator
No what it means are the tubes that carry the solutions are plugged and most likely full of old detergent that hardened. You will need to clean all the plastic tubing out for the dispensers. When your done using the machine always run clean water only through the dispenser and tube to flush out the detergents.
Check the spring loaded valve at the bottom of the detergent bottle.
Push it up with your finger or a pencil or some such thing and see
if fluid comes out. If it does, then the problem is the valve or tubing I
http://geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=0&thid=766252 Generic problem for all Vacuums Suddenly the automatic detergent mixing Posted by btaha on Jul 10, 2008 Suddenly the automatic detergent mixing system in my Hoover SteamVac WidePath (model F7443-940) stopped from working. It does not dispense detergent anymore. What could the problem be? Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. It could be the trigger assm could be broken and is not releasing the solution and or water, or the valve under the water solution tank is not releasing the solution. Please check with your owners manual in the trouble shooting manual or if you do not have a manual, call the Hoover factory cust serv and give them the brand name and model # so that they can send you a new owner’s manual. Your local vacuum cleaner dealer should be able to do a diagnosis of the problem and can give you and est of the repair. Or if the vacuum is less than one year it should be covered under the Hoover factory warranty. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://www.hoover.com Telephone Contact our Customer Service Department at 1.330.499.9499 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST Thanks, Don the Vac Man Go Ahead. Use Us.
With the tank off, can you see if the rod in the handle is hitting the spot where the tank sits on, if not then there is a problem in the handle. If it is, then the reservior asm may be bad, it is what the tank sits on.