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BISSELPRO HEAT CARPET CLEANER

I HAVE TAKEN THE TOP HANDLE OFF, SO I CAN CLEAN THE HOSE OUT, BUT I CAN'T GET THE TOP COVER OFF. DOES IT JUST POP OFF. I'VE TAKEN ALL THE SCREWS OUT.

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With the top part of the handle off, lay the handle back and at the top in the middle, there is a catch, just push it in to release it and the front of the handle will come off.

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Hi There,

I'll be happy to walk you through step by step how you can attach the hose to your Hoover SteamVac.

Here are step by step instructions for you:

Step 1. To prevent possible leaking, remove
clean solution tank by pressing down on
tank handle (D) and pulling forward; set
tank aside (do not set tank on furniture2_bing.gif).
Remove hose from storage rack.

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Step 2: Step on handle release pedal (E) and
lower carpet cleaner handle until it rests
on the floor.
Unlatch back part of recovery tank and
remove lid.

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Step 3: Remove recovery tank front panel (F)
by sliding it straight up.

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Step 4. Replace panel with converter (G).
Slide converter halfway down opening
until it is firmly in place.

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Step 5. Before connecting tube (H) to
cleaner, make sure black tabs are
extended by pulling tan collar toward
tube.
Open door on hood labeled “Stair/
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round solution tube connector onto
round projection inside door. Press connector
collar down firmly to ensure
that it is fully connected.

b95cee8.jpg

Step 6. The tank replaces in a hinge-like
manner. Position front of lid under tabs
(I) on front of tank. Rotate lid down onto
tank.
Make sure lid is secure on all sides
before cleaning.
For full suction, it is important that
the recovery tank lid is properly
secured before cleaning.
Reverse procedure to remove hose
and solution tube.
Raise carpet cleaner2_bing.gif handle to upright
position.

7d36490.jpg


I hope that this was helpful to you in hooking up your Hoover SteamVac hose. If you found this helpful, please be so kind and rate my repair helpful by clicking the 4 thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner of the repair, this is really appreciated.

Thanks again,

Chris J.
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Hi There,

I'll be happy to walk you through step by step how you can attach the hose to your Hoover SteamVac.

Here are step by step instructions for you:

Step 1. To prevent possible leaking, remove
clean solution tank by pressing down on
tank handle (D) and pulling forward; set
tank aside (do not set tank on furniture2_bing.gif).
Remove hose from storage rack.

23501df.jpg

Step 2: Step on handle release pedal (E) and
lower carpet cleaner handle until it rests
on the floor.
Unlatch back part of recovery tank and
remove lid.

c8d927f.jpg

Step 3: Remove recovery tank front panel (F)
by sliding it straight up.

5524d04.jpg

Step 4. Replace panel with converter (G).
Slide converter halfway down opening
until it is firmly in place.

2b79b23.jpg

Step 5. Before connecting tube (H) to
cleaner, make sure black tabs are
extended by pulling tan collar toward
tube.
Open door on hood labeled “Stair/
upholstery Cleaning Connection”. Press
round solution tube connector onto
round projection inside door. Press connector
collar down firmly to ensure
that it is fully connected.

b95cee8.jpg

Step 6. The tank replaces in a hinge-like
manner. Position front of lid under tabs
(I) on front of tank. Rotate lid down onto
tank.
Make sure lid is secure on all sides
before cleaning.
For full suction, it is important that
the recovery tank lid is properly
secured before cleaning.
Reverse procedure to remove hose
and solution tube.
Raise carpet cleaner2_bing.gif handle to upright
position.

7d36490.jpg


I hope that this was helpful to you in hooking up your Hoover SteamVac hose. If you found this helpful, please be so kind and rate my repair helpful by clicking the 4 thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner of the repair, this is really appreciated.

Thanks again,

Chris J.
GoVacuum.com

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Hi There,

I'll be happy to walk you through step by step how you can attach the hose to your Hoover SteamVac.

Here are step by step instructions for you:

Step 1. To prevent possible leaking, remove
clean solution tank by pressing down on
tank handle (D) and pulling forward; set
tank aside (do not set tank on furniture2_bing.gif).
Remove hose from storage rack.

23501df.jpg

Step 2: Step on handle release pedal (E) and
lower carpet cleaner handle until it rests
on the floor.
Unlatch back part of recovery tank and
remove lid.

c8d927f.jpg

Step 3: Remove recovery tank front panel (F)
by sliding it straight up.

5524d04.jpg

Step 4. Replace panel with converter (G).
Slide converter halfway down opening
until it is firmly in place.

2b79b23.jpg

Step 5. Before connecting tube (H) to
cleaner, make sure black tabs are
extended by pulling tan collar toward
tube.
Open door on hood labeled “Stair/
upholstery Cleaning Connection”. Press
round solution tube connector onto
round projection inside door. Press connector
collar down firmly to ensure
that it is fully connected.

b95cee8.jpg

Step 6. The tank replaces in a hinge-like
manner. Position front of lid under tabs
(I) on front of tank. Rotate lid down onto
tank.
Make sure lid is secure on all sides
before cleaning.
For full suction, it is important that
the recovery tank lid is properly
secured before cleaning.
Reverse procedure to remove hose
and solution tube.
Raise carpet cleaner2_bing.gif handle to upright
position.

7d36490.jpg


I hope that this was helpful to you in hooking up your Hoover SteamVac hose. If you found this helpful, please be so kind and rate my repair helpful by clicking the 4 thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner of the repair, this is really appreciated.

Thanks again,

Chris J.
GoVacuum.com

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i There,

I'll be happy to walk you through step by step how you can attach the hose to your Hoover SteamVac.

Here are step by step instructions for you:

Step 1. To prevent possible leaking, remove
clean solution tank by pressing down on
tank handle (D) and pulling forward; set
tank aside (do not set tank on furniture2_bing.gif).
Remove hose from storage rack.

23501df.jpg

Step 2: Step on handle release pedal (E) and
lower carpet cleaner handle until it rests
on the floor.
Unlatch back part of recovery tank and
remove lid.

c8d927f.jpg

Step 3: Remove recovery tank front panel (F)
by sliding it straight up.

5524d04.jpg

Step 4. Replace panel with converter (G).
Slide converter halfway down opening
until it is firmly in place.

2b79b23.jpg

Step 5. Before connecting tube (H) to
cleaner, make sure black tabs are
extended by pulling tan collar toward
tube.
Open door on hood labeled “Stair/
upholstery Cleaning Connection”. Press
round solution tube connector onto
round projection inside door. Press connector
collar down firmly to ensure
that it is fully connected.

b95cee8.jpg

Step 6. The tank replaces in a hinge-like
manner. Position front of lid under tabs
(I) on front of tank. Rotate lid down onto
tank.
Make sure lid is secure on all sides
before cleaning.
For full suction, it is important that
the recovery tank lid is properly
secured before cleaning.
Reverse procedure to remove hose
and solution tube.
Raise carpet cleaner handle to upright
position.

7d36490.jpg


I hope that this was helpful to you in hooking up your Hoover SteamVac hose. If you found this helpful, please be so kind and rate my repair helpful by clicking the 4 thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner of the repair, this is really appreciated.

Thanks again,

Chris J.
GoVacuum.com

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