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I have a Hoover f7220-900 SteamVac V2 Upright. I recently noticed that the brushes were not moving and replaced the turbine gear assembly. The brushes now turn properly. Before I fixed this problem, I could get fresh water on the floor only with the Shampoo mode, the Rinse Mode did not dispense water. Now that I have replaced the Turbine Gear Assembly, my vacuum leaks when not in use. I have a brand new tank and it does not leak if taken off the machine and left on the carpet with a full tank. My question is regarding the 2 hoses that attach to the Turbine Gear Assembly. Do these handle liquid? Could one have stretched and is leaking? If not, any suggestions would be appreciated. And I would give a Gold Star to someone that could tell me why I can get Water & Soap on Shampoo, but no water on Rinse.

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Benimur
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SOURCE: hoover steamvac turbine and brush control switch

Hi,

There are two (2) kinds of brushes involve in your vac. The first would be the circular ones (5) that do the actually cleaning. the 2nd would be the electrical brushes more commonly called carbon brush. These provide the electrical contact to the commutator segments of the motor. It initially, when the motor was stuck, then it would be very likely that these carbon brushes have burned themselves (if not the motor windings themselves) up. Pls check/replace the carbon brushes. In some instances, they may have been inadvertently wired/positioned the other way around.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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SOURCE: hoover turbine replacement

first you must remove the dirty water tank then the nozzle window on top of the machine. (this is the clear piece that the dirty water is sucked through.) then remove all 8 screws from the bottom along with the 1 screw on the main housing. after all this the top housing will be snapped into the base at two spots in the rear of the upper housing. when these are loose the housing should be out. you will find the turbine in the front along with 2 more screws and 2 hoses that also must come off. attach new part and reassemble.
good luck!!!

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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SOURCE: input/turbine speed sensor circuit

Your speed sensor, is located on top of the transaxle, near the starter. To access it, remove the battery, then remove the battery tray (4 10mm bolts). You will see wires coming from the lower oxygen sensor, and they snap into the bracket that holds the speed sensor in place. The actual speed sensor has a 2 wire clip on it, and is held in place by the bracket and a 10mm bolt.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: hoover steam vac all terrain turbine gear assembly

Hello,

I'd be happy to walk you through this repair. Unfortunately this is a very common problem with the Hoover SteamVacs.

Here's what you'll need to complete this repair:
- Hoover Turbine Assembly For Model F5866-900 Part # 43191001 or 90001354
- Phillips Head Screwdriver
- Flat Head Screwdriver

Step 1. Remove both the clean solution, and the dirty solution tanks from the machine, and press the handle release pedal so that the handle is laying down flat:


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Step 2. With a flat head screwdriver, pry off the rotating brush speed indicator knob:


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Step 3. Unscrew the silver screw that's at the very top of the see thru suction port where the dirty solution tank rests.


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Step 4. Turn the SteamVac upside down so that the brushes are facing upwards. There are four clips that hold these brushes in place. You'll need to remove the brushes from the machine by squeezing the four tabs while pulling upwards at the same time. The picture actually only shows the two tabs on the right hand side being squeezed, but the tabs on the left hand side are in the exact same location:


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Step 5. Once you've removed the brush block from the machine, there are 4 screws on the bottom that need to be removed. Keep the two silver screws on the very corner in place, you won't need to remove these. Remove the four screws that I've highlighted in red:


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Step 6. Turn the machine back over right side up, so that the brushes are on the bottom. There are two clips that hold the top housing in place. Insert your flat head screwdriver in between the top and lower housing in the rear of the machine close to the rear wheels, and pry upwards to unclip these clips on both the left and right sides, then remove the top motor housing from the machine.


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Step 7. You'll now have complete access to the turbine. Remove the two silver screws in the front of the unit that hold the turbine in place, as well as remove the front hose from the turbine:



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Step 8. Once you have removed the two screws you'll be able to lift the turbine up. There's a second hose in the rear of the turbine that you'll also need to remove before you can remove the turbine completely. After you've removed the hose, take the turbine out of the machine. You'll notice to the immediate left of the turbine other hoses that connect to a black circular part. This is actually the pump that sprays the water on the floor. If you ever have the problem where the clean water solution will not spray, it's a good possibility that this part needs to be replaced.

Simply install the new turbine, reattached the hoses and two front screws. When you're putting the top motor housing back on the unit, make sure that the brush speed selector knob that's on the right side of the turbine fits through the **** in the top motor housing. Also before tighting the two screws that that hold the top housing in in front of the brushes, there's two clips. You'll need to snap the top motor housing behind these two clips. Simply push front of the motor housing until you hear it snap into place.

That's about it. If you have any trouble with this repair, please don't hesitate to use the Clarification request form here on Fixya. I'm always more then happy to answer any follow up questions that you might have. If this repair was helpful to you, please help other Fixya members with this same problem find my repair by rating it helpful. You can do this by clicking the 4 Thumbs up icons in the right hand corner.

Thank you very much,

Chris J.
GoVacuum

Posted on Apr 10, 2010

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SOURCE: How do I attach a mini turbine head to my dyson

Remove the handle / hose / wand assembly like you were going to use the tools. The mini turbo brush will attach to the open end of the wand.

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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