Hoover F7220900 SteamVac V2 Upright Vacuum\015 Hello, My name is Steve and I have a Hoover Steam Vac V2 Deep Cleaner. The Model # is F7220-900 I took it apart to fix it because after a long time of no use I found the brushes were not spinning ant longer. I found the drive gears to be frozen up within the turbine drive unit. My problem is, when I was taking it apart to fix it I noticed a small rubber o ring on my table and I cant tell by looking at the parts exactly where it goes. The manual I have and the on line manual do not show an exploded view of all the part breakdowns so I cant use that. I have called several repair places and they basically wont help and tell me I have to buy the turbine assembly. I am not sure if the o ring even goes in that assembly. I cleaned the steel shafts that the gears that are attached to them and cleaned inside the mating plastic housings where the shafts slide into and re-lubed them. That assembly works fine now. Can you help me by telling me where that o ring goes?\015
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If the product is not making steam please check that there is water in the tank fitted at the top. If the product is not making steam please check that there is water in the tank fitted at the top. Pull the tank up and fill it up with water. Please do not add any cleaning solutions to the water in the tank.
Although Hoover of course recommend their own detergent, we are using a 50/50 mixture of white vinegar and water, with a few drops of essential oil (tea tree oil) in it to improve the fragrance. This has worked well for us and is very inexpensive.
There is condensation in the stand steamer`s hose
To solve this, lift your stand steamer`s head to straighten the hose vertically and hold your steamer in an upright position: This will allow any condensation and steam to flow again. After this, your stand steamer should steam again.
Clean your steam cleaner with water and empty it. Pour some water and add laundry detergent to it. Mix it well. Power on it and use it similarly to the way you use vacuum cleaners.
Ultimately, running your vacuum over your carpets after a professional deep clean is great but remember to do it only after your carpet is completely dry. Vacuuming your carpet when it`s still damp could cause dirt to be transferred from your vacuum cleaner, so patience does pay off.
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Had infamous extra part once I put my steam cleaner back together
Steve, The o-ring goes inside the turbine assembly on the metal shaft.
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This the hood or top cover. There some screws on the bottom as well as on the top, then it comes off.
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Here is a tip that I wrote about the Euro-Pro Shark Steam Mop and why it maynot be getting steam to the head…
Euro-Pro Shark Steam Mop Problem
Here also is a link to get any of the Shark Manuals that you need.
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