• Multifunction steam cleaner

    STEAM,
    the most natural way of cleaning

    Ready to clean in as little as 30 seconds,  clean everyday messes and eliminate many invisible germs and bacteria. Give your family the clean home they deserve.

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Multifunction steam cleaner

With 2 machines in 1, you get a powerful steam mop for sealed hard surfaces and a portable handheld steam cleaner perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, garden furniture, BBQ’s and lots more.

Ready in 30 seconds
Steam control
22 minutes per tank
1500 watts steam power

Ease of use

Detachable steam pod with built-in hose that allows you to clean above the floor surface everywhere around the home.

Powerful 1500W flash heating system provide super heated steam and is ready to use in 30 seconds.

Cleans and sanitizes as the super-heated steam breaks down dirt, grime and bacteria to leave surfaces truly spotless, eliminates 99.9% of germs and bacteria*.

Manual variable steam control lets you control steam pressure to suit different surfaces around the home, with the steam on demand feature you can even decide where and when you want it.

Easily fill the steam mop water tank at the sink without using cups or funnels, on-board water filtration system to remove impurities from any tap water.

Includes two circular scrubbing brushes, grout cleaning tool, window squeegee, flat surface pad with two cleaning pads to help you clean more with the power of steam.

*when used as directed

Technical Specifications

Surface Sealed Hard Floors, Low Pile Carpets, Area Rugs
Color White & Red
Wattage/Power 1500 W
Steam Run time 20-25 minutes (depending on setting/usage)
Ready to Use in 30 seconds
Variable Steam Yes
Heater type Flash Heating System
Water Tank Capacity 0.57 l
Removable Water Tank Yes
Steam Filter Yes - replaceable
Telescopic Handle Removable for easy storage
Steam on Demand Trigger Yes
Mop Pads 2 x Mop Pads (1 x delicate / 1 x scrubby pad)
Mop Pad Composition White flat pad - 80% Polyester, 20% Polyamide, White/Grey - Polyester 58%, Polypropylene 42%
Cord Length 7.6 m
Weight 4.2 kg
Easy Swivel Foot Yes
Foot Type Large oblong design
On-Board Hose Yes - 1.5 m

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Frequently Asked Questions

Leaks between filter and machine
  1. Check the filter to ensure it is pushed securely onto the unit.
  2. Check the connecter on the filter. If it is broken off inside the receiver, you can attempt to remove the broken piece from the receiver by using a tiny screwdriver. NOTE: UNPLUG THE MACHINE PRIOR TO ATTEMPTING REMOVAL OF BROKEN CONNECTOR. The filter is not a warranty part. If you cannot remove this, please take your machine to a BISSELL Authorized Service Center for assistance.
  3. Check the filter for cracks or damage. Replace filter if needed.
  4. Ensure the o-ring is in place. If missing, a new filter needs to be ordered.
  5. If the o-ring is in place, check for deformity. If you are using anything in addition to water in the tank, this will deform the o-ring. Vinegar will cause deformity. Other solutions may cause breakdown of the o-ring and/or other parts of the machine. Per the manual, ONLY water is to be used to fill the tank.

    If you continue to experience difficulty with your machine, please take your machine for inspection to a local Service Center.
Leaks between tank and filter

If water is leaking, ensure it is not coming from the bottom of the filter.

  1. Make sure the filter is in place.
  2. Check the tank and cap insert for damage or if it’s misassembled. The cap on this model needs to be on tightly.
  3. Check the tank and filter to ensure they are securely pushed onto the unit without gaps.
  4. Check the filter for cracks or damage.
No power
  1. Check the entire length of the power cord for damage. If there is damage, take the machine to the nearest authorized service center.
  2. Make sure the unit is plugged into a functioning outlet.
  3. Make sure the unit has had ample time to heat up before trying to steam mop.

If you continue to experience difficulty with your machine, please take your machine for inspection to a local Service Center.

No steam

1) Does the trigger have tension? 
If NO; handle is assembled improperly. Unplug the power cord from the outlet and re-attach the handle.Unplug unit and reassemble handle 
If YES; check the filter… 
  a) Remove filter. 
  b) Check to see if there are any cracks in the filter on the side or the top. Check the whole filter and look at the plastic mold lines for any cracks. They may be difficult to see, so inspect the filter in a well-lit area or room. If there are cracks the filter needs to be replaced.

2) Check the color of the filter grains – Filter grains should be green. If filter grains have turned blue, the filter needs to be changed. To maximize performance of the filter, distilled water may be used.

3) Check the filter to make sure it is seated correctly, and that the connector is intact. The filter may need to be pushed in until any gap between the bottom of the filter and the machine is gone.

4) Ensure the tank is full of room temperature water and the cap is installed properly. The cap on this model needs to be on tightly. Check the cap over a sink. If it doesn’t release water, it may need to be replaced.

5) Check to see if the Ready Light is on. The heater may take up to a minute to heat. 
   If the Ready Light is not on… 
  a) Make sure the power cord is plugged into a functioning outlet. If the ready light will not come on after a minute and/or the unit does not heat up, the machine should be inspected at a BISSELL Authorized Service Center. 
   If the blue Ready Light is on:
  a) Depress the trigger, which may take up to 2 minutes to steam initially. 
  b) Check for steam with the tank and filter off the unit, by pouring a small amount of cold water into the hole where the filter connects to the unit and depress the trigger for up to 2 minutes. Make sure the pod is connected to the base before checking for steam.

If there is NO steam when pouring water into the filter hole, remove the mop-head and check for steam at the spray tip by taking off the single screw at the base of the unit. Make sure the pod is connected to the base after mop head is removed before proceeding.

If there is NO steam with the mop-head removed, unplug and clean the spray tip with a paper clip, making sure to remove the pod before cleaning the spray tip. If there is still no steam, take the machine for inspection to a local BISSELL Authorized Service Center.

If YES, there is steam with the mop-head removed… the mop head may be clogged. Pour white vinegar through the top of the mop head to clear the clog.

If YES; there is steam when pouring water into the filter hole,  check for water in the filter. When the filter is new, it may take a couple of minutes for the unit to pump water through it. The unit may make a louder noise while it is doing this, but should soon subside. The filter can be soaked in cold water for 10 to 15 minutes to saturate it.

Check the trigger for tension. If there is no tension, remove the upper handle and re-attach this. Make sure the handle is completely tightened to lock into place. If there is still no tension, the handle should be replaced.

6) Is the pod properly seated on the unit? You should hear it “click” into place.

7) Remove the pod and make sure the hose on the pod is locked into place correctly. If the hose is not secured properly into the base,  secure the hose and then place the pod back on the base.

If you continue to not have steam, please take your machine to a local BISSELL Authorized Service Center for inspection or repair.

Steam coming from the side vent

This hole is a pressure relief valve. The valve is designed to release steam if something is blocking the steam path inside the unit. *CAUTION: This area may be hot*

2) Check for clogs at the spray tip with the mop head removed by taking off the single screw at the base of the unit. 
*CAUTION: The spray tip may be hot* 
 Using a paper clip, clear any clogs from the spray tip. Make sure the pod is removed before these steps are performed.

3) Check the filter. The filter may need to be replaced. If the filter is blue in color it needs to be replaced.

If you continue to experience difficulty with your machine, please take your machine for inspection to a local Service Center.