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Help I removed all the part of my bissell powersteamer plus 16981, but I do not know how to place back all the water hoses/tubing.

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  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2007

    Good schematic to have . but it still does not show how to place all the tubing back. I have that problem also. Need a detail for how all the tubing is placed.

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2007

    Need a schematic/drawing of how to place all the tubing back after disassembly. I have tried but can not get the cover to fit back on!

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This page should solve the problem
http://www.vacuumcleanershop.com/Bissell_proheat_powersteamer_mod.htm

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Bissell powersteamer


BISSELL User's Guides can be downloaded at www.bissell.com
On the front page under Customer Service click on User's Guides and enter the model number of your unit.
User Guide will be displayed as a PDF file.

Jul 09, 2010 | Bissell 8806 Powersteamer Upright Vacuum

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My Bissell 25A3 ProHeat wont spray water


I had two problems. No water was coming out of the main unit (it was working fine via the powerbrush) and the flow indicator wasn't spinning. Because I'm out of warranty, I did two things (after trying all the options that were posted).
1. Removed the top of the main unit. There are 4 screws on the top back lid. Once you remove those, lift the back up towards the front. The front is snapped under the bottom casing. It should come up with a little pressure, but don't force it. With the top lid removed, I had to clean several of the rubber hosing by removing them and running under warm water. I actually used a long wooden skewer to scrape the grime in the tube. Make sure you do one tube at a time and replace in as it was before moving to the next one. While you are at it, make sure the 2 sprayers on the front are clean as well. They are either orange or yellow and rubber tubes also feed into the sprayers. After I finished, I replaced the lid. It it still wasn't working, so I tried step 2.

2. Remove the hose assembly from the main handle. 2 screws and 2 bolds (don't lose the nuts from the back). Once the hose assembly has been removed, then lift off the top part of the handle. Once the top is off you should be able to open the front lower part of the handle exposing the additional electrical and more rubber tubbing. In the middle is rectangular looking object. That is the water heater. If you just ran the vacuum, do NOT touch this as it will be hot. Wait for it to cool. check the connections of the rubber tubing and make sure they are clean. In my case the tube going in to the heater was all blocked up with cleaner solution. Once I cleaned that up an reassembled in reverse order, the unit worked fine.
Hope that helps you.

Apr 22, 2010 | Bissell 1698 PowerSteamer ProHeat Upright...

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I took my Bissell Powersteamer Powerbrush Deep Cleaner apart and i don't know if I have the hoses connected correctly.


Here's a picture of the tubing on the PowerSteamer from an overhead view. I hope this helps you putting the machine back together. I know personally how challenging this repair can be, this picture really was my Bible when I was putting back together the machine for the first time. If you have a question about a particular tube, please feel free to add a comment to the repair page, and I'll be more then happy to answer any follow up question that you may have. If this was helpful to you, please be so kind and follow the Fixya model and rate the repair helpful by clicking the 4 thumbs up icons in the top right hand corner. This is greatly appreciated.

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Apr 09, 2010 | Bissell 1697-7 Powersteamer Pro Deluxe...

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Not spraying or picking up water


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Here is a tip that will give you all the information you need to fix your BissellProheat Vacuum Problem.

Bissell Proheat Upright Wet/Dry Vacuum Problems

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Feb 02, 2010 | Bissell 1698 PowerSteamer ProHeat Upright...

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BISSELL 1699 :WATER PUMPS THRU HOSE BUT NOT TO FLOOR NOZZLES


Did you blew thru the heater with both hoses off of it? If you did and it was clear, could be the pump, it is just working weakly. Is the top cover flush with the base in the back? If it has broken loose and has risen up, then it won't work. Here is a diagram that may help:

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Aug 02, 2008 | Bissell 1698 PowerSteamer ProHeat Upright...

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I have a Bissell powersteamer proheat. The problem is that the unit will no longer spray water/cleaner out of the bottom of the unit.


Check to see if water will squirt out of the hose, if it does, then take the handle apart, the heater may be clogged. Once you get to the heater, take off the 2 water lines, dig out the clog, try to blow thru the heater to make sure it is open, then put back together. Otherwise it could be the belt, pump, seal not in place on the bottom of the tank or a clogged water line.

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Mar 05, 2008 | Bissell 1698 PowerSteamer ProHeat Upright...

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