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Check Flow Indicator Filter under the Flow Indicator. Turn Indicator cap counter-clockwise, remove rotor. Filter is under rotor and pulls out. Clean filter. Additionally, check LINT FILTER in the clean water tank cap. Check you User's Guide if you have more questions or call the Bissell Consumer Care at 1-800-237-7691 The other thing you can do in this case is reseat the tank. It may be blocking the housing connection but the sprayer connection is smaller and open. Cleaning the filters after each use though is recommended.
Check your User's Guide on page 13 for Maintenance and Care. There is a flow filter located under the flow indicator that should be cleaned after each use. To get to it you turn the Flow indicator cap counter-clock wise, lift the rotor out and the then the filter. Ensure you replace the filter with the stem in the up position. Reassemble in reverse.
Try cleaning the Flow Indicator Filter. Turn the Flow Indicator Cap counter-clockwise to remove, lift rotor and filter. Clean filter and replace in reverse order. Bissell's Consumer Care # 1-800-237-7691
Check you User Guide and see where the filters are. They usually have have a filter under the flow indicator. Turn the Flow Indicator cap counter-clockwise to remove it. Lift out the rotor and the filter is under it. Remove it and clean. Reinstall in reverse order. I don't know anything about the specific machine you have but I know they have a flow indicator from other comments I've read so it's worth the try.. Hope that Helps.
Check the filters. There's one on the water tank cap (looks like a screen) and one under the Flow Indicator: turn the Flow Indicator Cap counter-clockwise and remove it. Lift the rotor out and the filter is under it. Clean and reinstall in reverse order. If that doesn't work contact the Bissell Consumer Care at 1-800-237-7691 Hope one of those helps.
Check your Customer Care Guide for the location of the filters. I'm not familiar with this machine but if it has a "Flow Indicator" there's a filter under it. Just screw off the Flow Indicator Cap and you'll find a rotor. Under it is a filter that gets clogged and needs to be cleaned. There's usually a filter on the cap of the water tank as well. It looks like a screen, remove it and clean it too. The back pressure can lead to leaking. If that didn't help call the Bissell Consumer Care at
1-800-237-7691 Hope that Helped.
First try cleaning the filters. One under the water tank cap (looks like a screen) remove it, clean and replace it. The other is a Flow Indicator Filter = unscrew the Flow Indicator remove the rotor and pull out the filter. Clean it and reinstall in reverse order. If that doesn't work the call the Consumer Care at 1-800-237-7691, Hope that helped.
Check your filters. One on Water Tank Cap (looks like a screen) the other under the Flow Indicator. Turn the Flow Indicator cap counter-clockwise and remove it. Lift out the rotor and under it is the filter. Clean the filter and reinstall in reverse order. If that didn't work the contact Bissell Consumer Care at 1-800-237-7691 Hope that helped.
The drive belt for the pump is located under a cover on the front right side as you look for the front of the machine. Just lift it up and the belt will be obvious. If it is not sucking then make sure that the dirty water tank is empty and that all the filters are clean and the front of the machine is not clogged with fibres, dirt or hair. Also check pre and post motor filters and clean them if required. Then check the mix control is working OK to allow fluid to flow out of the machine and not switched off. Bissell's are simple machines.