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It is no longer sucking up the water

It is no longer sucking up water

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Make sure the cartridge is in where you use the attatchments...i had the same probleb..that was why .its a sqare plasti thingy,it must be in the shampooer to **** up water..hope this fixes ur prob..

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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