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Does not **** water off the carpet

I have tried to clean the sucking shoot amd the machine puys water on the carpet, but does not pick it up

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Check to see if the black oblong gasket is on the top of the noozle and where the tank lid lip meet. Also make sure the filter on the tank lid is clean.

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