Question about Bissell SpotBot Robotic Wet/Dry Vacuum
I suggest empty the waste tank and look underneath it. Remove the black rubber
gasket right under the tank and rinse it out and try clean over that spot.
You should see the dirty water being suction out and the finished area
should not be as wet as before.
Other previuos diagnostic, could be the vacuum motor is defective or you have the vaccum line clogged. Keep in mind that you comment that your device are working and run except the suction cycle. You'll can hear the "suction" phase when is activated this or when it loudens like a whine? That would be the vacuum phase. Have you removed the hose assy and rinsed it out? I think it is still part of the auto cycle even if you don't use the manual tool. Try and test it.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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