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Pamela Wertz Posted on Aug 03, 2007
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Won't spray I can't get my bissell to spray soapy water. I got on line to find advice to unclog the nossel by sending water through the opposite direction. I used a water pik to do that. It took several attempts before water came out the other end. Then I tried to spray water again and only got a drizzle. What next?

  • poohspot Dec 10, 2008

    I have same problem. Bought the cleaner, used 2-3 times, would not squirt for at least first 5 minutes of run time. Brought back to store, got another, same deal. Searching for some other user / same problem /

    answers before I take apart and solve myself.

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Throw the piece of **** away and go rent one like I did.

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Your pump is bad.i have one doing the same thing.everything works fine except it won't spray,just dribbles

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ok - this works even though it probably isn't the "best" solution. Unclog the input and output nozzle ares with a pin. The input area (behind the solution) was my clog problem - I put 2 or 3 drops of CLR into the hole, waited 5 minutes, then primed the trigger. This unclogged it! Fill the tank with a 1:1 ratio of white vinegar and warm water. Insert tank into unit and spray out the contents into the sink. This will eliminate any leftover CLR residue and clean the nozzle thoroughly. For the intake (suction part of the tank) I just rinsed through the lines with the vinegar mix and it seemed to unclog the rest. These things are a pain to take apart and if you break any pieces you'll be stuck - replacement parts have been discontinued for older models.
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