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Lost manual I need to know the basics of use for this, it is my fiances and there isn't a manual for it anywhere... Basically what end to put the water in so I can use the darn thing!!!

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    I need to know how to operate the Bissell Little Green Proheat



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If you have adobe "which you can download for free at" you want adobe reader you can print out this free manual.

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    I also have it in file for use here in Fixya manuals.




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