OK... I finally took the thing apart and removed the red things (had to snip the hoses a little). But there isn't any clogging in there. The red things are clean.
It still won't spray. Unless someone can come up with a better idea for me it looks like I'm stuck driving 30 miles with a smashed arm.
Like I said in my first post, Bissell said they'd pay for fixing the "spray problem" and that's all they'd cover. I can sniff it coming now. The CSR that took my call probably used the wrong terminology and it will be a big repair.
I'll just squawk to the BBB if they pull that. It's OBVIOUSLY an issue with many people (the floor sprayer) so if Bissell has any sense, they will address the issue PROPERLY because one would have to be out of their minds to buy another Bissell with such a stupid issue anihilating the whole machine good for nothing. I currently own FOUR Bissell products and this is my THIRD Bissell ProHeat. The other two just got old and tired.
Please though, if you've more ideas specific to my issue, PLEASE RESPOND before I have to drag the thing 30 miles.
Karen >^*n*^< PART TWO