Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bissell 9500 ProHeat tubing diagram?

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Pump
• Remove six screws from the main housing
• Remove window, flow indicator cap and belt access door
• Unsnap main housing from front of base
• Remove main housing assembly
• Remove four screws surrounding pump
Remove pump by lifting upward and turn to pivot off belts
• Disconnect tubing and remove old pump
• Place smooth belt over pump pulley and insert new pump into cogged belt and
seat pump
• Reconnect tubing and secure pump to base with four screws
• Reattach top cover and secure with six screws (Note: It is critical that the
upholstery duet tab be properly located into the slot on top of the motor cover
to insure proper alignment of main housing over duct. This tab may pop out
of the slot each time the housing is removed, so check for this condition on
every repaired unit.


Motor
• Remove six screws from the main housing
• Remove window, flow indicator cap and belt access door
• Unsnap main housing from front of base
• Remove main housing assembly
• Remove smooth belt
• Remove four screws surrounding the motor cover
• Lift and remove motor cover
• Disconnect leads and remove motor
• Reconnect leads and seat new motor in base (Note: Motor gaskets must be
attached properly and ground of the motor must be facing downward in base)
• Attach inlet duct to motor ( Note: Projection on inlet duct must be held in
place by motor cover)
• Replace motor cover and attach with four screws
• Replace pump tube in tube holder on the front of motor cover
• Reattaeh smooth belt
• Replace top cover and secure with six screws.
• Reattaeh top cover and secure with six screws (Note: It is critieai that the
upholstery duet tab be properly located into the slot on top of the motor cover
to insure proper alignment of main housing over duct. This tab may pop out
of the slot each time the housing is removed, so check for this condition on
every repaired unit.

Switch
• Remove two screws from the front of upper handle
• Remove two screws from tool caddy
• Remove tool caddy
• Remove two screws from the rear of the lower handle
• Remove upper handle assembly
• Lay handle horizontal and separate front and rear handles
• Disconnect leads from old switch
• Remove switch
• Install new switch and reassemble (Note: One or more of the insulator caps on
the heater may come off when opening the cover. These must be put back in
place prior to closing the handle.)
Heater
• Remove two screws from the front of upper handle
• Remove two screws from tool caddy
• Remove tool caddy
• Remove two screws from the rear of the lower handle
• Remove upper handle assembly
• Lay handle horizontal and separate front and rear handles
Remove leads and tubing from heater
Remove heater assembly
Install new heater assembly and reassemble (Note: One or more of the
insulator caps on the heater may come off when opening the cover. These
must be put back in place prior to closing the handle.)

Power Cord
Remove two screws from the front of upper handle
• Remove two screws from tool caddy
• Remove tool caddy
• Remove two screws from the rear of the lower handle
• Remove upper handle assembly
• Lay handle horizontal and separate front and rear handles
• Remove leads from heater and switch
• Install new cord and reassemble (Note: One or more of the insulator caps on
the heater may come off when opening the cover. These must be put back in
place prior to closing the handle.)
Wiring Harness
• Remove top cover and disassemble handle (see Motor and Power Cord for
instructions)
• Disconnect leads from heater and switch
• Remove motor cover (four screws)
• Disconnect leads from motor
• Remove clip from right rear wheel
• Remove wheel
• Remove wiring harness
• Replace and reassemble (Note: One or more of the insulator caps on the heater
may come off when opening the cover. These must be put back in place prior
to closing the handle.)
Detent Lever
• Remove six screws from the main housing
• Remove window, flow indicator cap and belt access door
Unsnap main housing from front of base
• Remove main housing assembly
• Remove detent lever
• Replace and reassemble
• Reattaeh top cover and secure with six screws (Note: It is critical that the
upholstery duet tab be properly located into the slot on top of the motor cover
to insure proper alignment of main housing over duct. This tab may pop out
of the slot each time the housing is removed, so check for this condition on every repaired unit.

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