Bissell Vacuums - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Cleaning The Brush Head
I got pretty good results this way (and mine was trashed): Hot water first. Dry the exterior enough to tape the suction end with duct or electrical tape to get a good seal. fill from the other end with bleach. Shake it around and then let it sit in the sink full of bleach for a few minutes. Then remove tape and flush with hot water. The sides of the window may still have debris, hair, or mildew left over. With hot water running, I would alternately add water, and tap the whole attachment against the side of the sink to loosen it up. I kept doing that until i was happy with the results.
I have model # 1653-4,
Squuze the bottle to get out trapped air then try again ...turn off and on and squeeze...it will work eventually mine does this often
Bissell 3750-t part
WOW just spoke with bissell, and they are sending me out a refurbished 3750-r. This thing has been sitting in my basement for over 5 months, who would have known.... Thanks Guys
Bissell 6035535 & 2035538 latch assy
Bissell 6035535 & 2035538 latch assy is a great replacement part for Bissell vacuums. This latch assy is made to fit Bissell models including bissell powerforce helix review
and 1522, 1523, and 1525 series; 46Q4, 68U7, and 3 n 1 series. It is easy to install and use. Keep your vacuum running like new with this replacement part from Bissell.
Roller brush won't spin (bissel 6390/3910 series)
I just fixed mine. It took me all of 10 minutes. Pull the brush out. Stand the brush on end on the edge of your study work bench/table top. while holding the brush vertical( on end) take a small phillips screwdriver and tap using a hammer on the metal pin you see in the middle of the brush. Keep tamping and the whole assembly will come apart. What you will have then is a long metal shaft, 2 bearings(they are acutally skateboard wheel bearings same number same make). Clean the gobbed up hair with a razor blade and then reassemble by tapping back together. The bearing wont be worn out because they are way too tough for a vaccum. We used ride down hills on them! a ten minute fix wow and you wont have to drive to vacuum shop and spend $$ and time
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