lnfs84: A zoom would've been kinda nice. Trying not to ruin it. How do I know what tubds I'm supposed to remove? I think this could fix my steamed buf cant see ANYTHING OF WHAT YOUR DOING!
HometownComputers: After cleaning every other part I tried this and it works again. I also shot some air through the pump while I was there. Thanks!
Robert Plowden: Check out this video on YouTube:
alilsomethgtight: THANK yOU VERY HELPFUL VIDEO
Amandapixie23: My mother in law took my cleaner apart to clean everything and now it wont suction at all! It also sprays like a maniac even when i am not pushing the button down..how can i fix this??
VS24AT: not my model # bissell proheat 2x model 47A26
Bare Knuckles: Great video brother. Every time i thought you were about to stumble just a sec on delivery, you showed up like an Oscar winning carpet steam machine gladiator. Yes, sir. This did entertain me. (Movie reference? ) Cmon it's an easy one. Lol. Great video bud!
Josh More: If this helps you im Stoked!
David Schmidt: MINE WONT SUCTION THE WATER BACK UP AND THE ROLLERS DON'T WORK
Rick Hernandez: My neighbor moved out and gave me his Proheat brand new looks like it was rarely used but he had a small dog that shed alot and I removed lots of pet fur from it. Watching your video may have saved me about 100.00. I will try this method and see if I can restore suction. It will pump water but will not suction it back up. Thanks for your video.
James Watkins: Thanks. Worked great.
Nate Osmonson: how do you change the belt
kashmir chander: i have bissell ready dtry and now it won't start i don't know what to do? can anyone help
Seth Williams: My Bissell Pro Heat Pet Hair (Model # 66e1c) is a 2013 model, but it's been used quite a bit. I take very good care of it, but when it started to slow up, I ran some CLR through it. I'm in an apartment so I put the machine in the bathtub, filled the "soap water tank" with CLR, started the machine, pulled the trigger and let it all spray out. After that, I did the same thing, but with hot water. Then I cleaned out the traps, and it's working like a charm!
Litterbaux: I wish I would have found this video 3 hours ago. Thank you so much! Took me 2 minutes with your method. As someone said below me, I just used air and it worked perfect.
G Ke: This was good advice and I get the concept but cannot see what you are doing too well. Thank you for trying. Wish you had someone videoing who could take close ups.
grammanow: there are vents underbed of machine, can I hose/clean/ spray over to clean those areas, I borrowed the machine, and they gave it back extremely dirty and caked over with gunk!
Tracey Ellis: I need to take the housing off. My dog chewed through the electrical cord and I need to replace. I've removed all visible screws. Do I need to remove the wheels also? If so, do the wheels have caps over the screws? I'm a little scared to remove these in case they are more than caps.
Paul Warren: Thanks for the video this did help--except I used air pressure. My 1698 Bissill Proheat (over 14 years old) has not had any problems until a month ago. I was losing spray pressure. I took it all apart cleaned out every part while it was apart. The heater was not too bad and did not show any clogs as well as tubes did not show any clogs. I disconnected the pump hose accessable from the belt door and then put air pressure through it. At first nothing but could see air pushing through the lines. After a couple air pressure blows the clog blew out the top of the rotating check port. Plug most have been behind inside of tubing at wheels out of sight as was only place that did not get checked earlier.
azclarkdc: I just took my Bissell ProHeat Cleaner apart and I took the heater out, took it apart and cleaned it out, but I think the procedure described here would have worked as well. I was getting real minimal flow before cleaning the heater out. It works great now. This should be a routine maintenance procedure to keep the machine working efficiently.
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