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Bottom container does not catch water when I vaccuum

I clean my carpet and the water and soap goes into the carpet and is not diospensed into the bottom plastic container. The carpet is very wet as a result!

Heather

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  • victoria29 Apr 01, 2008

    I have the same problem as well. I made sure there was no obstruction, however, it still didn't work. I saw a few bubbles float up, but that was it. Please post if you get yours to work.

  • porcha Apr 02, 2008

    I still have the problem. I will call Sears as I have a 3 year warranty on the product. If they can't help me over the phone I will take it in for them to fix it.



    Thanks for your time!

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I am about to go wrestle with the vacuum once again. I read somewhere that I should check the tube that extends from the handle and also check the other tubes to make sure there are no holes in them and to also check the seals. If I get it to work I will let you know.

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