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Our Bissell rug cleaner won't spray any water onto the floor. All of the jets are clean and the hand held sprayer works. The water line goes up into the handle full of water but when it returns to go

Our Bissell rug cleaner won't spray any water onto the floor. All of the jets are clean and the hand held sprayer works. The water line goes up into the handle full of water but when it returns to go to the floor jets it is full of air...any suggestions? Thanks!

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Hey Mike, you should contact one of BISSELL's Authorized Service Centers for assistance.

Here's a quick link to locating one in your area:
http://www.bissell.com/service-centers/?cid=ccsocial

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SOURCE: Bissell ProHeat Clear won't spray from floor nozzels but it does stray from hand cleaner

I agree - just got done fixing 1 of these tonight. The heater plugs up and no spray. Easy Fix, the heater is in the handle and pretty easy to remove. then a straightened paper clip and a blast of air and you should be go to go.

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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The heater is probally clogged. Remove the upper housing and locate a rectagular shaped object in the middle of machine. Remove six bottom screws and clean with stiff brush, clear all lines then run 3 tanks of hot water trhought he system to clear it.

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SOURCE: Bissell carpet cleaner won't spray water on floor setting

I have the same problem, can someone help.

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SOURCE: I have a Bissell ProHeat Turbo 2x Carpet cleaner.

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