Question about Hoover Vacuums
Look at the bottom, where the water comes out and comes back
in? Is it filled with hair/dirt? It might need to be cleaned out where
the water sucks up in at. Otherwise I would go to Hoover.com website for
f.a.q.s or technical support.
If you find that your cleaning solution will not dispense, check that the tank is securely in the locked position. There is also a chance that the solution tank is empty, in which case fill it with cleaning fluid. Ensure that the recovery tank lid is firmly in place.
Prime the pump. Priming means to remove air from the system so that the cleaning fluid can flow to the tool. You "prime the pump" by attaching the tool to the hose and turning the carpet clearer to ON. Then put the tool on a hard surface or against your hand to block the suction. It may take up to 15 seconds to remove all the air. Once this is done, squeeze the trigger on the machine and begin to clean.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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