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It is not sucking the water after i sqeeze trigger to release the water

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Hoover brush and wash instruction manual


Hi there! To prepare for cleaning, put the solution and water in the top tank. While cleaning, all the dirty water gets sucked into the bottom tank. To clean squeeze trigger to release cleaning solution and slowly push carpet cleaner forward, this equals one wet stroke. Continue to squeeze trigger and slowly pull carpet cleaner back toward you (second wet stroke). Release trigger and slowly push carpet cleaner forward over area just sprayed with solution (dry stroke). Then slowly pull carpet cleaner back toward you without squeezing trigger (dry stroke). To avoid saturating the carpet don't do more than 4 wet strokes over one area. Always end with dry strokes. Here is a link to view the instruction manual if needed.
http://hoover.com/file/604/

Hope this was helpful!

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Leaves too much water on floor. Do I release the trigger to suck up water or keep it pulled at all times?


I don't know the particular brand you're talking about, but in my experience I do one pass with the trigger/sprayer on and then two or three passes with just the vacuum to remove the excess water. Devices with sprayers always need at least one pass over without the sprayer trigger on.

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Is not sucking. Water comes out fine, but when the trigger is released, the water does not get sucked back.


Without more input from you, it is difficult to know what the problem is. Do you hear the vac motor wining ? If so, then ther is a clog in the passage or there is damage to the vac motor/impellor blade. If no sound from vac motor, well of course it will never ****-up the water. YOU WILL NEED TO TAKE IT TO A GOOD HANDY MAN OR AN APPLIANCE REPAIR/VAC REPAIR CENTER. Good luck, Macgivor

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No liquid dispensed


I cleaned the water and cleaning liquid tubes and it solved the problem! Thanks.
GMC

Mar 06, 2009 | Bissell 7920 ProHeat Pro-Tech Upright...

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Trigger on hose attachment not working so water sprays constantly


from your description, the trigger sounds like it is stuck in the release position. this sounds like a very simple repair. The component parts need to be looked at by a service shop

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I need directions for using the Bissell Little Green.


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I need directions for using
Posted by jkcanger on Jun 30, 2008
I need directions for using the Bissell Little Green.

Hello,
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. If the instruction did not come with the Bissell Little Green Machine then I would contact the Bissell Factory that I will provide for you listed 2 the bottom of the answer,

So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions.
http://www.bissell.com/ Customer Service 1-800-237-7691
Hours of Operation Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 10:00 pm EST
Saturday 9:00 am to 8:00 pm EST Mail To: Headquarters, Bissell Homecare Inc
P.O. Box 3606 Grand Rapids. MI 49501
Thanks, Don the Vac Man
Go Ahead. Use Us.

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Too much water coming out.


When you press the trigger an angled piece on the end of the plastic rod attached to the trigger pushes valve button in that then releases fluid. On releasing the trigger, the valve button is supposed to be pushed back out by an internal spring. The button gets sticky with evaporated cleaning fluid and does not come back out, causing fluid to continuously run. Try taking the machine outside, fill the tank with very hot water, pull the trigger, and let the clean, hot water flow through the valve. Perhaps it will free up. If not, the valvle will have to be replace. Either way, once it is working, ALWAYS flush the entire system with hot, clean, clear water to remove any cleaning solution in the system or it will only clog again

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Bissell 1950F Wet Pick Up Vacuum Cleaner


I have the the same problem.. Took machine entirely apart. Inspected the actuator lever, rod, plunger, hose, bar (entire water feed components). Took the tank apart and determined there was a possibility that the curved hose(inside of tank at suction side) could have sucked itself onto the bottom of tank. Modified to prevent this from happening again. Put the machine back together and voila! It worked for a few minutes only if I kept the trigger depressed. I believe the machine was designed for part gravity water feed and part vacuum water feed. Whatever the case, not working too well. Although, I did notice it works better when the clean water tank is full. After inspecting and testing I determined that there is too much vacuum energy being lost to the underside of the brush housing hence not creating enough suction for on demand water supply.

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Dirt Devil Easy Steamer Deluxe


Follow the plastic extension that runs from the trigger through the length of the handle. This requires more disassembly that at just the trigger. At the end of the plastic extension you will find a triangular-shaped "ramp" that pushes against a "button" plunger that opens the valve that releases solution. When you release the trigger, the triangular ramp retreats and the plunger is supposed to be pushed back out by an internal spring in the valve. This plunger sticks because of accumulated soap from evaporated solution. Try cleaning that valve and plunger by running clean, hot water through the system OR replace the valve. In the future ALWAYS thoroughly flush the system with hot, clean water after using the machine.

Jul 15, 2007 | Dirt Devil Easy Steamer Upright Wet/Dry...

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