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How to... I have a Black and Decker 900 watt hand vac. I can't seem to find my manual i was wondering how the attachments go onto it..If anyone could help that'd be great!!

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  • Anonymous Nov 21, 2008

    I picked up a used Black & Decker HV8000 with various attachments and would also like to find the owners' manual. It was listed as discontinued on Amazon.com , although replacement filters are being sold online.




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My HV8000 is a 900 watt - not sure if it's what you have or not, but it you go to blackanddecker.com and click on customer service (then parts or replacement parts & manuals), it will pop up a window where you can type your model number (or other info.) and get the manual as well as replacement parts - item number and cost.

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Install upper control rod

Hi, it's Jeremy from Crucial Vacuum.

To attach the upper handle to your Hoover Steam Vac remove the clean solution tank (upper tank) from the deep cleaner. Then, attach the upper handle to the lower handle by pushing the upper handle down onto lower one. Use the provided bolts to secure the handles. Push the bolts into the accompanying holes on the front of handle. If the bolts do not go through the holes easily, your handle is not pushed completely down. When the handle sections are completely together, squeeze the trigger on the upper handle to snap the trigger rod into place.

If you require further help with your assembly, you can find a step-by-step manual at: http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/user-manuals/f5865900-hoover-parts-steam+vac-manual

You can also purchase all of your Hoover Steam Vac replacement parts from Crucial Vacuum with free shipping and an exclusive 10% coupon for Fixya.com readers, use code: FIXYA10

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I hope this was helpful. If you would like further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at 877.750.9239. We have helpful and friendly customer care representatives on the line ready to assist you.

Jeremy Lerner
Crucial Vacuum Customer Care
http://www.crucialvacuum.com
Jun 10, 2014 • Vacuums
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I have a Hoover SteamVac F5914-900 SpinScrub... The last time I used the hand tool attachment, it worked fine. Just tried to use it again, and now I only drips of water will come out of the hand sprayer,...

The brushes can be turned off on most of them via a switch on the hood. There shouldn't be water coming out onto the floor unless you are pulling the trigger at that top. You probably broke this when attempting to use the tools.

http://www.vacuummedic.com/product.php?id=231


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Hoover Steam Vac leaks like a sieve

I have the same problem with my hoover steam vac, different model but same problem. So I have had it for 2 years and never used the attachments because the thing leaked out the bottom when i tried. So today I tried to find a solution online and found nothing. So I started toying with the thing and found a solution for my model and I hope it will work for everyone else. I don't have a stair attachment so this goes for the upholstery cleaning attachment. I noticed right where my upholstery attachment connects to get soap, there is a second hole that is covered by a white rubber seal when the cover for the connection area is closed. I put a plastic bag, or anything to seal it, into this hole to make a tight seal. Tried the machine and worked like a champ. So Would be nice if hoover supplied a plug for that, but oh well worked for me hope it works for others with a hoover steam vac.
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I just purchased a black and decker corded hand vac/blower/inflator. I plugged it in (for the first time ever) it started and then shut off immediately. I tried different outlets thinking it blew a...

Unfortunately those units are prone to breakage they are also usually a sealed unit (not able to take apart). The best thing to do would be take it back where you bought it and try to get your money back. They just aren't worth fixing. Visit www.stevessewandvac.com they have a selection of hand vacs if you don't see what your looking for contact them by email they can help.
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No problem. Just bought a new Black & Decker Corded Hand Vac and want to register @ BlackandDecker.com/New Owner

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No problem. Just bought
Posted by jmrowe on Apr 28, 2008
No problem. Just bought a new Black & Decker Corded Hand Vac and want to register @ BlackandDecker.com/New Owner

Hello,
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure.
I checked the website and if you go to the BlackandDecker.com website you can register on line clicking on the contact us tab @ the top of the page and then scroll down to register your product on line, feel free to contact the factory with the information listed below:
http://blackanddecker.com/
Contact Us -- Customer Service and Produce Support
1-800-544-6986 (M-F from 8am until 5pm, Eastern Time)

Black & Decker
101 Schilling Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21031 USA
Thanks, Don – The Vac Man
Go Ahead. Use Us.
Apr 28, 2008 • Vacuums
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Hoover Windtunnel 3 air cordless vacuum: Broke the brush-head off the body & can't get it apart to fix it. I broke both legs off the Fork which holds the vacuum head to the motor housing / body of the vac while trying to engage the upright-position-lock. I can't get the remains of the swivel-piece off to glue the fork legs back on to it. I took the screws out of the motor housing, but the housing halves still seem to be joined by the swivel, and I don't dare pry too hard. Any help out there? ************************************************************* HEY! I figured it out! All I had to do was take out the chrome screw & washer at the pivot point for the brush-head (which I thought was the motor housing, but it's not), opposite the brush-head itself, and force the metal shaft which the screw was in out of the housing, which was hard as hell. I got another screw similar to the original (metric, M4 x 0.7 x approx 35mm long) and screwed it part way into the hole the previous screw came out of, then I hammered on it fairly gently but repeatedly and it came out the other side bit-by-bit. (If you use the original screw to hammer on, you'll destroy the phillips-head recess.) It's extremely awkward to figure a way to brace the vacuum against the hammer blows without damaging anything, but if it's not braced solidly I doubt the shaft will ever come out. I can barely believe a press-fit in a plastic part held SO tight!

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