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MPM Bora MOD-17 - The vacuum cleaner pulled in the water and spat out the back t

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  • #1
    Qbelek
    Level 2  
    Hello dear forum users,



    I had an adventure during my (perhaps incompetent) attempt to wash a carpet with one of the specifics available on the market. Namely, after applying the Solution, I began to pick up foam and moisture with a vacuum cleaner. After a while, I noticed that the entire water tank and the hepa filter were filled with foam, and on the back of the vacuum cleaner the floor was full of water. I quickly disconnected the entire set from the power supply, disassembled what I could without disassembling it and left it to dry. When I leaned the hull itself over the bathtub, a good deal of water spilled out of it. My guess is that since it's a water vacuum cleaner, it's probably more resistant to such stories than bag models. I wonder if I can turn it on normally, or is it not advisable in such a situation and should I start it and dry everything thoroughly? If I do so, I will lose my warranty ... I will add that before I turned it off, I did not notice that the engine worked differently than usual and there was no smell.
    Can wet filters continue to be used or should they be replaced?

    Best regards,
    Cuba.
  • #2
    1repcaK
    Level 21  
    In the same way as it sucked and spat out, sooner or later it will dry up.
  • #3
    Qbelek
    Level 2  
    The question is how quickly will it dry and will it not leave behind, for example, rust? ;)
  • #4
    1repcaK
    Level 21  
    This type of vacuum cleaner should be adapted to work in moisture, when you put it on the balcony, the rest of the water should dry quite quickly (I don't know how quickly, but probably this year :) Good luck with drying your vacuum cleaner, best regards :)
  • #5
    nioop

    Home appliances specialist
    Of course, it will leave moisture and corrosion ..
    How hard is it to say, an individual matter.
    I suggest like the previous speakers - Puki heat it on the balcony and use it :)