Empty the recovery tank
Unplug carpet cleaner from electrical outlet.
An automatic shut-off device prevents the carpet
cleaner from picking up more dirty water than it can
hold in the recovery tank.
You will know the tank needs to be emptied --
• When the motor sound rises in pitch.
• You do not see dirty solution coming up through
the recovery tank lid.
• The float (A) inside the recovery tank has risen to
the top of the tank (Fig. 8), and is visible through
the lid window (B).
Step on handle release pedal (C) to lower handle and
unlock the recovery tank (Fig. 9).
Lift up on tank (D) and pull off (Fig. 10).
Lift up on tank lid latches (E) and remove the tank
lid (F), including the float (G) (Fig. 11). Empty tank.
Replace lid. Secure both latches (E) (Fig. 11).
For full suction, it is important that the recovery
tank lid is properly secured before replacing or
Remove any debris that has collected on lint filter (H)
on cleaner body (Fig. 12 and inset).
Place tank onto cleaner. Return handle to upright