How to Clean a Hoover SteamVac

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The Hoover SteamVac removes embedded dirt and debris from a carpet that traditional vacuums can't reach. Regular steam cleaning extends the life of your carpet and reduces allergens. The Hoover SteamVac utilizes a recovery tank to store dirty water and cleaning solution from the carpet. Clean the recovery and solution tanks after each use before placing the SteamVac in its storage location.

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  • Cloth
  • Set the SteamVac upright in the locked position. Press the handle down and pull forward to remove the upper clean solution tank from the SteamVac.

  • Locate the cap on top of the clean solution tank. Remove it by turning counterclockwise.

  • Empty the solution tank in the sink. Rinse the tank with clean water and shake out the excess in the sink.

  • Set the clean solution tank into place on the SteamVac.

  • Plug in the SteamVac and turn the power on.

  • Press the trigger and push the SteamVac forward and back over a carpeted area to release any excess solution in the system.

  • Remove the upper clean solution tank and set it aside.

  • Remove the lower recovery tank by stepping on the handle release pedal. Lower the handle to the floor.

  • Rotate the two tank latches on each side of the tank to an outward position and lift it out of the SteamVac.

  • Open the latch on the back of the recovery tank and take off the lid.

  • Pour the dirty water into the sink. Rinse the tank thoroughly with clean water and shake out the excess.

  • Replace the lid with the tabs first and rotate it down onto the tank like a hinge.

  • Place the recovery tank onto the SteamVac and push it down. Lock it into place by turning the two latches inward.

  • Place the upper clean solution tank into its position on the SteamVac.

  • Dampen a cloth with warm water.

  • Unplug the SteamVac and wipe the exterior with the damp cloth to remove any dirt or dust. Allow the bottom of the SteamVac dry for three hours before storing.

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