Question about Bissell 1425 Little Green ProHeat Handheld Steam Vacuum
I also had the same problem as you.
Try suctioning up a full tank of hot tap water into the collection tank to soften/release a possible kink in the tubing inside of the vacuum hose that carries solution out to the spray tip.
I did this a couple of times and it worked. This info I found on the Bissell website.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
My Bissel Little Green had exactly the same problem. In mine is was not a plugged hose. The motor had seized.
Fortunately it is a ver easy problem to fix. The motor is actually fine quality .... it is the cheap grease they use for the water seal that yellows and hardens seizing the front bearing. Remove the grease spray with WD40 or spray lithium grease and remove the grease residue. Then regrease with a water proof grease like Phil's. Even with good grease this probably needs to be done every year or 1/2 year. (they don't tell you that in the manual do they)
DON'T RUN THE UNIT WHEN THE SPRAY DOSEN"T COME OUT .......... Thay will fry any motor on about 1-5 min because it isn't turning or coolling.
ALSO Don't service with the unit plugged in.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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