Question about Hoover Floormate H3000 Upright Wet/Dry Vacuum
Hoover floor mate is leaking water
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems to be a common problem with this series of floormate... some home quickfixes (a hassle, i kno) but put downward pressure while using the solution.... Check your warranty that came with it, and how long you purchased the floormate... Alot of vaccuums come with 30-90 warranties, I'd recommend having it checked out. That, or if u bought it recent enough,take it back... like i said, these models are unfortunately known to have this problem... Some people have ones that operate normally, but alot do not. >.<
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
SOURCE: Hoover floormate 3060
You should first check to make sure that the machine is set on wet pick up and not dry. When in dry mode ( the front foot pedal on the left side) the machine is held slightly above the floor. When is wet mode, the squeegees drop down to the floor. The other problem may be the wheel assy is broken. Turn the machine over and check the black plastic wheel carrier at the back of the assy to see if the pivots are broken.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: Floor Mate
There is a black shaft with a black circular arm at a right angle to the shaft. The black plastic arm that sticks out of the front ( farthest away from the hinge) of the roller assembly plugs into the circular arm so that moving the scrub/vacuum slider causes the roller assembly to move up and down. I can do it with my finger, or use a flat blade screwdriver. I'm assuming you mean the black plastic thing with the little rollers on it.
San Juan, PR
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
you will need to replace the squeege that is located on the nozzle. 3 screws will take it off. you can get this at a vac shop or order it from the company, filter may also need to be changed
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
First make sure that you are getting suction from the bottom of the
machine. Most of the time the squeegee is worn out which does not allow
it to pick up the water like it use to. Turn over the machine and
the squeegee. If it looks worn or bent then it may be time to replace
it. You may also consider replacing the filter. These are the two most
common parts that wear out.
here is a link the parts for your a h3000 floormate
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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