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Hi,

What make and model steamcleaner do you have?

Thanks,

Handie Andie

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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    Handie Andie Mar 31, 2011

    Noticed you posted this under Bissell vacs.

    Most of the Bissell Steam Cleaners have a 2 part tank. To remove the tank, release the handle by pressing the foot lever. Then you can take the tank off. Release the catch in the back and lift the lid from the bottom tank. Note the lid catches at the front of the tank. Be sure to fit the catch securely when putting it back together.
    The tank has 2 parts. Inside the clear tank is a bladder. This is where your clean, hot water goes. Fill it through the round hole in the clear tank. You can empty the bladder by unscrewing the cap at the bottom of the tank.
    Your dirty water collects in the clear tank around the bladder. When you want to empty it, just dump it over and drain.

    Hope this helps. If it does, please place a vote for me. Thanks,

    Handie Andie

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