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My SpotClean/MultiClean is leaking

What to do if your SpotClean/MultiClean is leaking

LEAKING FROM BOTTOM

  • Tilt machine to see if leaking is coming straight out of the center of the bottom 
  • Remove the dirty water tank and unscrew the bottom of the tank
    • Replace tank making sure the arrow and lock match up

SpotClean MultiClean leaking

LEAKING FROM CLEAN WATER TANK

  • Remove clean water tank from machine
  • Check that the black, round valve is not stuck or pushed up
    • If it sticks, push the valve with your finger to see if it comes back down
    • If not, replace the tank
  • Check the clean water tank for any cracks or damage
    • If there is any damage, it will need to be replaced
  • If clean tank is still leaking, please contact BISSELL Consumer Care

DIRTY WATER TANK LEAKING

  • Check that the "duck bill" gasket is pushed all the way in place
  • Make sure there is no debris in the crevices in the "duck bill" gasket
    • Some duck bills include a screw you must remove to pull gasket out and clear debris 
  • Remove dirty water tank
  • Line up the bottom separator stack with the lock icon on the collection tank
    • If it is not locked into place, the collection tank will leak
  • If dirty tank is still leaking, please contact BISSELL Consumer Care

LEAKING OUT OF THE HOSE

  • Check that there are no cracks or damage to the hose
  • If leaking is coming from the hose where the attachment connects or where the hose enters the machine, please contact BISSELL Consumer Care

LEAKING FROM THE VENT

  • Be sure the dirty water tank is seated properly
  • Check that there is no excessive foaming
    • Try using the machine with a new formula 
    • Watch for foaming and wait for the foam to settle prior to using the machine
  • If the float is damaged or not working properly, a new one will need to be ordered

 SpotClean float

  • If machine is still leaking from the vent, please contact BISSELL Consumer Care
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