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Water will not spray out of the bottom of the vacuum i have checked all the connections and they seem correct.

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Hi this is a very common problem, whats happened is the cleaning solution has turned to gel and is blocking the pipe and not allowing the solution to come out what you can try is drain any cleaner out of the container and fill it up with hot but not boiling water and put a couple tea spoons of salt in then leave this to rest for 10min then switch the vac on and try the trigger and see if the water comes out you may need to hold it down for few minutes.

if after doing that its still not coming out then tip the vac up onto its back and have a look at the jets where the cleaner should come out now get a long pin and give the jets a good poke out with the needle doing this should unblock it.

if it dont then its going to need the bottom taking off to get to the hose and so you can squeeze any blockage out but let me know how you get on you may find cleaning the jets gets ot working it does most of the time.

remember when you have finished using it empty the cleaner fluid container and fill it up with warm water then let this run through the cleaner for 3 or 4 min just hold you finger on the trigger and let it drain through the whole vac doing this will prevent it from clogging up in the future

plz rate this solution as i have a whole page of unrated posts, thanks

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