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Cannot remove the lid of main housing


I have a model Bissell Proheat Platinum II Model 1699 that was not spraying. It probably is similar to yours.

As stated in other posts, the heater is located within the lower half of the handle where the POWER HEATER switches are. There are quite a few screws. It's easy to miss the one at the very top of the handle. First remove the accessory caddy and then remove one half of the upper handle. The other half of the upper handle lifts straight up allowing you to split the lower part of the handle into a "V". It pivots at the bottom around the wheels. It took me a while to figure out that I needed to LIFT that part of the handle straight up.

Once you split the lower half, you will see the heater (aluminum box). There are two ports on the heater where the two lines connect to the heater (in and out). Use pliers to loosen the spring clip where the tubing connects to the heater to remove each line. My lines were okay. One of the ports on my heater was plugged. I used a 1/16" drill bit and hand reamed out the crud. You don't need to use a drill -- use your hand - it's safer. After you have cleaned out the ports and your tubing (if needed), suggest you try it out after reconnecting the lines to the heater but before you put the handle back together. You may find that the lines or port needs more cleaning. Make sure you have water in both the water and cleaning solution vessels. As you know, no water will spray if EITHER one is dry. Turn it on and then press the little spring that's still in the handle. Hopefully you will get a water spray.

When you put the handle back together, be careful that you don't crimp the tubing. Tuck them back in the notches in the handle.

Hope this helps . Good luck.

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I have a bissell pro heat carpet cleaner. It is model 25a3 and about 1 year old. no water comes out when I press the trigger to clean the floor. The tools attachment works fine, any ideas?


If you are getting water from the tool. But not at the floor the most likely problem is the heater is clogged with coagulated soap or minerals. You will need to separate the upper handle to get to the heater. Insure the machine is unplugged. Remove the cover from the heater making sure you don't lose the little gaskets on each screw. Clean the channels inside the heater and put the cover back on. Be aware of how you are Taking it apart so you will know how to reassemble it.

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Why will it not dispense water


There are four things that stop this unit from dipensing water. Once you fix it NEVER use soap through the unit again. Use a pump sprayer to apply the soap to the floor and use only hot water in BOTH tanks and you will get a better job to begin with. It is like soaking a lasagne dish, after ten minutes the dirt comes right off. Not to mention half the residue.
First check the jets. you can try just looking from the bottom and make sure they are not caked up with gunk.
Next try the attachment or upholstery hose to see if it sprays if it does it is not the pump..Now you will have to start a disassembly to go further. Check both of the belts they must both be on and the one slip belt can stretch. If no solution then you will find it to be a clogged heater. They can be removed and cleaned by disassembly. Be careful there are small o rings around each screw. Very samll and easy to loose. You then will need to scrap all the corrosion caused by the glycol in the bissell shampoo out of the fins in th eheater. Theire are some small holes that lead down into a n internal chamber. Clean them out with a paper clip. I use a samll wire brush to finish the job. Then reassemble. Dont try acid or drano or CLR to clean it without taking it apart. IT WONT WORK. Also all the sampoos do this if run through to heater. Thus another reason for a pump up. Pay attention not all steamers have the built in heater. Your model will tell you and often they have two switches. Onee for motor and one for heater. Check the visiable lines for clogging with a wax like substance that has come out of the heater. It is almost always the heater by the way. Till next time Vac Man

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Delonghi toaster elements are losing their heat


There are three likely problems:
1. The toaster and/or heater elements need to be cleaned. If they get coated with food material they will not function correctly.
2. The heater element could just be going bad. You would need to search the web with your model number to find the appropriate replacement part then open up the unit sufficiently to disconnect the old elements and replace the new elements. You need to ensure that the connections are correct because loose connections would not permit sufficient electricity to enable the elements to heat up.
3. The thermostat could be going or gone. This controls the amount of power provided to the elements and thus determines how much they heat up. Again, you would need to search for replacement part.

Aug 11, 2011 | Vacuums

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Need to know how to program.I cant find the instructions


May I get the make and model # to help you more

Apr 29, 2011 | Vacuums

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It won't spray water!!


I have a model Bissell Proheat Platinum II Model 1699 that was not spraying. It looks to be very similar to your model. From reading other posts, this is what I did:

Frst make sure it isn't the pump. Try spraying with your accessory. The accessory does not use the heater. If you get spray with your accessory, your pump is okay. If you don't get spray, check the belt to the pump. If it isn't the belt, you may need a new pump.

Luckily, I got spray with my accessory, so now you need to check your tubing from and to your heater. As stated in other posts, the heater is located within the lower half of the handle where the POWER HEATER switches are. There are quite a few screws. It's easy to miss the one at the very top of the handle. First remove the accessory caddy and then remove one half of the upper handle. The other half of the upper handle lifts straight up allowing you to split the lower part fo the handle into a "V". It pivots at the bottom around the wheels. It took me a while to figure out that I needed to LIFT that part of the handle straight up.

Once you split the lower half, you will see the heater (aluminum box). There are two ports on the heater where the two lines connect to the heater (in and out). Use pliers to loosen the spring clip where the tubing connects to the heater to remove each line. My lines were okay. One of the ports on my heater was plugged. I used a 1/16" drill bit and hand reamed out the crud. You don't need to use a drill -- use your hand - it's safer. After you cleaned out the ports and your tubing (if needed), suggest you try it out after reconnecting the lines to the heater but before you put the handle back together. You may find that the lines or port needs more cleaning. Make sure you have water in both the water and cleaning solution vessels. As you know, no water will spray if EITHER one is dry. Turn it on and then press the little spring that's still in the handle. Hopefully you will get a water spray.

When you put the handle back together, be careful that you don't crimp the tubing. Tuck them back in the notches in the handle.

Hope this helps . Good luck.

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I have a Model T25/2ED timer. Product #TN004000 I need to know how to program it?


I have the user instructions for the selecttime T25/2ED in Dutch and French in pdf format.
Contact me at andre.peeters3@telenet.be and I'll send it to you

Dec 28, 2010 | Vacuums

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Bissell proheat model 8910 water will not come


  • check pump belt
  • seat tank properly
  • check tank filter
i have repaired many of these and found that 90% of the time its the pump! #41 on diagram < click

9% its the heater clogged up #65 on diagram < click

1st check the small problems i wrote above

if all else seems fine start by removing the heater and disconnect the hoses from it. blow through one end of the heater (should be no restriction)

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Bissel carpet cleaer does no spray or **** up water


Need model #, but if unit is NOT a pro 2X then see following repair. If the unit does not spray from nozzle but DOES spray from upholstery hose, then the heater is likely clogged and the upper handle must be disassembled and heater removed and replaced. If the spray doesn't come out from either place, then check belts. If belts are o.k. you need to disassemble base and likely replace pump. pump replacement is a little tricky.

J G

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Water does not spray


May have a bad pump, belt or a clog. If Bissell, the heater inside the handle may be clogged. Running a mix of vinegar and water sometimes will clean out a clog. But not knowing what you have, brand and model, can't give you more info.

Apr 29, 2008 | Vacuums

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