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The cleaig solutio is ot comig out...the jets are ot clogged

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Replace the belt or belts depending on your model. The heater may be clogged. The jets could be clogged. The pump could be clogged or needs replaced.

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What do i do if my jets are not working on my windsor commordore 20

You should be able to take off the jet nozzles and clean them out. You may need a socket wrench possibly to get them out or they may be a quick connect kind that only take a quarter turn to remove the jet from it's holder. I would also suggest running a vinegar/water solution through the system to help clean any chemical residue out of the lines. Put a couple of gallons of hot water in the solution tank with a couple of cups of white vinegar and then plug the unit in and press the solution button and let the solution run for a minute or so and then let it sit over night if you can. Then push the solution button again the nest day and let it run for another minute or so and then drain the vinegar/water solution and put in fresh hot water and run it through for several minutes. Also, soak the jets in some of the vinegar/water solution over night as well and do all of the running of the water with the jets off so that you do not clog them up further. Hope this helps.

Jul 31, 2014 | Windsor Vacuums

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How do I get the jets to work, I think they are clogged in the line

Your extractor is equipped with two quick change jets. They require a quarter turn (push in and turn counterclockwise) to remove. Remember to never use any metal tools to clean the jets (pin, scraper, razor etc.). If you are not able to pump solution with the jets removed, there may be a problem with your pump or solenoid. If you can hear the pump building pressure, but solution is not escaping your jet bodies, your solenoid may not be opening to allow the solution to flow. You should be able to hear the solenoid opening and closing (click). You may need to disable the vacuum motor to hear this happen. Be sure not to leave any solution in your tanks when storing. Especially high PH (alkaline) detergents. They will corrode and cause problems. I have included service manual for your machine in case you need part #'s or reference to where your parts are located.

Twice a month, flush a white vinegar solution (One
quart vinegar to two gallons of water) or anti-browning
solution (mixed as directed) through the extractor. This
will prevent build-up of alkaline residue in the system. If
spray jets become clogged, remove the spray tips,
wash them thoroughly, and blow dry.
NOTE: Do not use pins, wire, etc. to clean nozzles as
this could destroy spray pattern.
Windsor Vacuums from HomePro Vacuum Centers Mini Promax Jet Windsor Commodore 20 86013200 8 601 320 0 Solenoid Valve Windsor Commodore 20 86258870 8 625 887 0 84168

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Water not pumping out

It could Be one or more of a few problems. It may have soap clogging the pump or heater (if your model has a heater) or the belt turning the pump may be stretched or broken. I start by making sure water is coming from the tank. Make sure the belts are good. Make sure the pump is working. If water comes from the upholstery tool. But not at the floor it may indicate the heater Has a clog or restriction. Make sure there is not anything clogging the spray jets.

Mar 14, 2014 | Bissell Vacuums

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I have a Vax turbo force 2000w hoover and it doesnt pick up theres hardly any suction and then it cuts out. Any ideas what the problem could be?


Your filters are clogged. As a result the motor is straining and overheating, then a thermal cutout operates.

Clean the filters in the top of the vax and if you are ussing a cloth bag empty and wash ot. If a paper bag, replace it.

All should be well

Jun 29, 2011 | Hoover Vacuums

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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.

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

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Neither the water or the formula is dispensing.

Either your screen in the bottom of the fill tank is clogged, or the jets that spray are clogged and need to be unscrewed and poke a needle or paperclip through them. If you want to check the hoses, only remove one at a time so they don't get mixed up and blow real hard through them.

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My hoover floormate h3060 has not been used for some time, when I went to use it, it would not dispense the cleaner..The last time I used it, I used a mixture of amonia and borax. I think the hose is...

You most likely have either a clogged screen at the bottom of the fill tank or the jets that spray fluid are clogged. You can unscrew them and power a paper clip through them. If the hoses are by chance clogged which doesn't happen often, Pull one off at a time and blow real hard to unclog, then put it back on, then move to next hose.
Do NOT take all of them apart at the same time or they can get mixed up and it's a pain to figure out how it all went back together.

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Not dispersing water all I need is a manual.

I had the same prob. If you have water/soap solution at the upholstery handle, and no water/soap at the front jets, then the jets are clogged. remove the water tank, and you'll see the 2 jets (mine are red) at the front of the machine. Carefully release thw jets by squeezing the 2 tabs on top and lift out. Remove the hose that goes to the jet and clean out the jet (I used a toothpick) and rinse well. I also flushed out the system (hoses) by leaving off the jets and replacing the tanks (water and soap) I filled the soap tank with water too. Then I turned on the machine and let it run for a few minutes (I taped open the lever on the handle) to make it easy on me. Then replace the jets where you took them out, and all should be fine now. I suggest that when your finished using you machine to do your carpets, rinse out the lines with water in both tanks, to prevent soap from drying in the hoses.

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