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25A3 Bissell Carpet Cleaner procedure to clear no floor spray trouble when hand tool spray is good.Tools: goggles, 2P Phillips screwdriver with minimum 6 inch length, small flat blade screwdriver, 2 small containers, small pliers.Step 1: unplug cleaner, remove water tank, remove handle by removing 2 marked screws,remove lower body cover by removing 7 screws including the one for the upper cord wrap.Step 2: remove valve, top of lower body, by sliding toward you. Release clamp on black hoseby releasing tension and sliding to the left. Using some heat, i.e. from hair dryer, disconnectblack hose from valve.Step 3: Install water tank with clean water , plug in cleaner, using a small container to catchwater from disconnected valve, turn on power switch and operate valve by pressing downto verify water discharges OK.Step 4: Disconnect power, remove water tank, use a small compressor (tire pump) with a tapered adapter, apply air pressure to open end of black hose and air should clear congealedsoap and water from floor spray tips.Step 5: If air only clears one spray tip, take small flat screwdriver and place between apertureand deflection tab on cleared spray tip and press blade against it’s aperture. This shouldclear the other spray tip.Step 6: Reconnect black hose to valve and reclamp. Plug in cleaner and install tank with clean water. Test to make sure both floor spray tips are working and connections at valve arenot leaking.Step 7: Unplug cleaner, remove tank, reinstall lower body cover and handle. Make sure clean water is flushed through system after each use as directed in owner’s manual. The floor spraytips have very small apertures and will clog easily, possibly not a good design.