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Pro Heat is not releasing water to do the job! Works only briefly.

We have looked through the machine and tried to make sure all was clear for water to flow but it doesn't. I don't have instruction manual. Please help!

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You can find a cop of the instruction manual at http://www.bissell.com/Product_Search.aspx?Criteria=9500+pro-heat

Click on User Guide and a PDF will download.

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