I did some thing wrong when replacing the brush belts. Now they will not turn and I hear the motor making unuse noise. This occurred because the brushes were turning freely. What is the problem and how can I replace the parts?
Your probably going to have to tear down you machine. While you have it down, remove the pump and take it to a small appliance repair shop and have them test it. If it tests bad, there's your problem. If it tests good, then you'll have to go back and see if you can locate any worn or broken parts.
I have completely disasembled my Bissell ProHeat 8920 and can not find any problems (unit does not spray any solution). The heater is clean and open. I do not have a way to check the solenoid but it is getting power to the contacts. The pump motor spins but the output is just a trickle...fluid does pass through. My question...should the fluid passing out of the pump be under pressure. Any ideas?
Double check that the spray tips are clear of clogs. Not very often do the pumps need to be replaced. What is common that does happen is that the soap gets put into the clean water tank and too much is put in causing suds in the pump and not allowing the water to go through.
You can check that the pump is still good by testing the leads with a volt meter on the continuity setting.
does this gasket fit in the front where the water is getting sucked up? I'm having trouble getting the water to suck and some of the black sponge is missing which I think is causing it to not suck correctly
i have done the suggested trouble shooting on my machine and everything checks out. i read there is s switch that can stick or break which will stop the macine from spraying onto the brushes for the floor cleaner and will allow the upholstry nozzel to work properly when switched to the proper setting. i belie ve this is what is wrong but am not sure if i have found the correct part. is that the function of this part, 6760 the micro switch trigger/ custom clean ( figure 17)?