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For a wiring diagram, contact Hoover directly. Be sure to advise Hoover that you are working on a commercial model.

Hoover... | Answered 2 days ago


For an assembly diagram, contact Hoover direvtly.

Hoover F5866-900... | Answered 3 days ago


The battery itself has a release...
activated by gently lifting.

Run your finger over the top and as you go over the bottom edge you will feel a cavity...GENTLY LIFT WITH INDEX FINGER...

While lifting with the thumb and the rest of your fingers.

(got it?)

Carnac the Magnificent

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Mar 19, 2017


SOLUTION#1 If the attachment wont spray water, the white plastic nozzle tip may be clogged. Take the brush attachment off, remove the two screws from the gray retaining cover (BE CAREFUL THE WHITE TIP UNDER THE BLACK PLASTIC TRIGGER MECHANISM IS SPRING LOADED and WILL GO FLYING). The trigger mechanism can be taken apart by lifting the black part off (may have to slide it back slightly), remove the spring from the white plastic valve insert, then take a flat screw driver and carefully pry the two white pieces apart and blow out both ends. You may have to find a hair size piece of wire to push threw it to clear it. The whole process is really simple once you take it apart and see how it works. Putting it together is in reverse order. The white piece will only go in to the black part one way and with the spring on you need to push it through the hole and the trigger part hooks on, slide it back on to the hose, then while holding it all, and put the gray retaining cover back on. Sounds more difficult than it really is. If your not mechanically inclined take some pictures as your taking it apart to refer to.
Solution#2 If the nozzle and trigger are clear, with the trigger assembly off the hose, plug the hose into the shampooer and turn it on (if the hose inside the suction hose is clear you should start seeing water flowing out the hose. If not run a piece of wire through that hose to unclog it. If its still not flowing then the Pump on the unit needs to be replaced.
Solution #3Cost Around $20 with shipping online. Google your make and model, and upholstery attachemnt pump. Mine was called AP4561692 (43582018) PUMP ASSM, from http://www.appliancepartspros.com/. (there real good about the live chat and helping you find the part).There are Youtube videos on taking apart the shampooer, which is pretty easy. The one place that might give you problems after you get down to taking the pump off, there is only one screw holding but there is on the bottom side of the pump a black bump that clips in to the base of the shampooer and you need to stick a screw driver from the bottom up and pry the base one way and pull the pump the other to unhook it.

Hoover SteamVac... | Answered on Mar 16, 2017


i opened it up quite easily, attempted replacing brushes, didnt fix the problem so about to order a whole new motor.

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Mar 16, 2017


There are a lot of places that it could be leaking. The most common is a valve under the hood.you will have to put water in it and watch and inspect to trace where it is leaking.

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Mar 15, 2017


Hello,

This is a pretty clear indication that your filter is clogged and needs to be replaced. HEPA filters are different then say pre-motor filters, or sponge filters. Because they are usually the last filter before the air is exhausted, it's usually catching very tiny microscopic particles. Because of this, trying to determine if the filter is dirty or clogged can be difficult, if not impossible on HEPA pleated exhaust filters.

The fact that your filters continues popping out, indicates that the air is not being able to pass through the filter as it's supposed to, and is instead the air is having to try and find a different way to escape, causing the force of the back up of air to blow the filter out.

I think if you replace this filter, it should fix the problem completely. Because this filter is designed to capture microscopic particles rather then large particles, washing this filter, or getting it wet is not advised, and wouldn't be an effective way to clean it. You really will need to replace the filter soon, but if you'd like to try and prolong the life of your filter, you may use an air compressor, and blow from the top of the filter (the area that looks clean), and clear the microscopic particles, and dust out of the filter this way. If you suffer from breathing issues, asthma, or allergies, I would highly advise against doing this without a mask on. The dust that will come out is extremely fine dust that can cause people with the above conditions to suffer greatly. Doing this outdoors is highly recommended.

An air compressor can certainly prolong the life of HEPA filters, but again, sooner or later you'll need to replace the filter.

If you're in need of buying one of these filters, you're in luck! We carry these filtes on our site, and they are in stock. Here's a link back to the filter on our site if you need to order one. We offer free shipping, 60 day returns, free return shipping, and no restocking fees. Please feel free to reply to this solution by using the comment box at the end of this solution. If you found my solution to be helpful, please be so kind and rate my repair, or leave feedback for me. This is greatly appreciated by the FixYa community, and is really what keeps repair professionals like myself to keep answering free questions, and not just the premium questions which we get paid to answer.

http://www.govacuum.com/10662-Hoover-303172002-Windtunnel-T-Series-Replacement-HEPA-Filter-Cartridge.aspx

Thanks so much,

Chris Jones
GoVacuum.com

Hoover UH70120... | Answered on Mar 13, 2017


I had the same problem with my Hoover Floormate H3000 and found the solution elsewhere on this website. Try doing a search for Hoover Floormate H3000. The posted solution is basically as follows:

Remove the liquid dispenser tank and set it aside. Look into the cavity of the machine where the tank attaches and find the plastic "plunger" piece (the one on my machine is a blue/grey color) that is surrounded by a black rubber circle. Put a small drop of hot glue on the tip of this plastic "plunger" piece and let it harden. Replace the liquid dispenser tank and try the machine again. My machine dispensed liquid properly after this fix-it.

I really appreciate the poster who provided this simple solution!

Hoover Floormate... | Answered on Mar 11, 2017


If the noise is coming from the motor area it could be your motor is bad.

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Mar 11, 2017


The most likely cause of a very loud noise is the motor or brushroll. Dust escaping occasionally could indicate a clog somewhere.

Hoover Vacuums | Answered on Mar 11, 2017

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