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Could be draining from your sink outlet. Ensure the outlet pipe is routed higher than the sink trap. Normally attached underside of the work surface.

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If you email Hoover with your product details & the timer details as above they can have an engineer contact you via email or phone, or most have an online live chat service which has engineers who can answer your problem in minutes.. Truly hope this helps & your problems are soon resolved..

ps you could google the part number & find images on the item that will show you the wires in situ, this may solve the issue for you as well...

Hoover Washing... | 180 views | 1 helpful votes

It's because the belt is stretched out and has lost elasticity. It can turn the brush in the air but is not tight enough to turn it in the carpet. Replace the belt at least once per year even if the vacuum is never used.

Hoover U5753-900... | 164 views | 0 helpful votes

Probably very repairable but impossible to say how much without looking inside and fiddling around and checking a few things.
Fault could be caused by several possible faults at widely varying cost.

I suggest you call a friendly local white appliance engineer...

Hoover Nextra... | 144 views | 0 helpful votes

MMMmmm... WOW this is a 'old puppy'... get your manual here:


Now go to THIS Link and Page 17
(actual MANUAL page: 29)
Look for "Dispenser Troubleshooting"...

Hoover Soft Wave Instruction Manual Page 17

Then THIS Link for "General Maintenance" as well:

Hoover Soft Wave Instruction Manual Page 14


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There is a known problem with these washers whereby a small electrical current 'leak' from the heater element causes the machine to think it still has water in it.
Disconnect the wires on the heater (tape them up or otherwise make safe) then run a cycle to verify that part as the problem.

Hoover H130E... | 128 views | 0 helpful votes

Take vacuum and belt to Hoover vacuum cleaner belt dealer and try smaller belts until one fits.

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You'll need to tilt it or remove the back or pop the top to see where the leak is coming from. Unplug it first. I had my water pump crack and leaked. It was a plastic part not related to freezing though, and it only leaked when it ran a cycle. Perhaps your leak is prior to the water pump.

Hoover Washing... | 38 views | 1 helpful votes

It seems it must be blowing out from somewhere. Try to figure out where by feeling for air blowing to try to determine where it's coming from and why.

Hoover Vacuums | 28 views | 0 helpful votes

turn the light assembly on the front one half turn to the right to release the belt then remove the brush holder it tilts out then remove the hidden screws on the front and the bottom of the case

Hoover Vacuums | 28 views | 0 helpful votes

Was the burning a burned rubber smell? Maybe its your belt. either off track or worn down and motor is spinning but the belt is not turning. Just something to check.

Hoover Washing... | 30 views | 1 helpful votes

I recommend blowing it out with a air compressor, some can be washed with water but water can make the fine dust pack into the pores. If it is over a year old it should be replaced as should the other filter or filters depending on your specific model.

Hoover Vacuums | 28 views | 0 helpful votes

This is usually caused by one or more of the following.

Worn out brushroll.
Belt not spinning brushroll fast enough on carpet.
Scratched or damaged bottom plate.
Dirt or gunk on bottom of vacuum.
Height not set properly for type of carpet.

Hoover Vacuums | 42 views | 0 helpful votes

Start by replacing the belt and cleaning the bottom

Hoover Vacuums | 40 views | 0 helpful votes

check with hoover , we have no idea here

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Copied this from the owners manual off of Hover internet site. Brushrolls are not spinning 1. Belt needs to be changed. 1. Refer to how to change belt. 2. Something is jammed in the brushroll. 2. Remove jammed item from cleaner with unit turned off and unplugged. There is a diagram on page 26 of the owners manual if you have it. I have the same kind of machine. One thing i have found with this type of unit it likes to be clean. So you may have to just take it apart and clean it out. You also could take it to a repair shop to have done if you are not sure how to do it.

Hoover Vacuums | 23 views | 0 helpful votes

Probably a poor design factor that really cant manage the dog hair in the first place !! I always suck a few small coins up and you can hear if they get a unrestricted journey to the dust bag , if you have a blockage you will not hear them clank around as they will get jammed !! this will let you know that your machine is blocked or jammed up causing poor suction !

Hoover Vacuums | 25 views | 0 helpful votes

Bank's Vacuum has the manual for the Hoover Spot Scrubber (Model FH10025, aka Hoover MultiSurface Deluxe Portable Cleaner):
They also currently show it in stock, whereas most places no longer carry this model.

Hoover Vacuums | 27 views | 0 helpful votes

Most anything can be fixed if the needed parts are available. You will first need to examine closely to determine where the water is coming from to determine what the problem may be. It is most likely a valve, hose, seal, fitting, tank, etc.

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