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The Hoover® Max Extract® All Terrain Carpet Cleaner is designed to deep clean the carpeted and hard floor surfaces in your home. DualV® Nozzle technology, heated cleaning, patented SpinScrub® brushes and Auto Rinse technology combine to provide superb floor and carpet cleaning performance.
All-Terrain Cleaning feature - designed to clean a variety of surfaces in your home
DualV® Nozzle technology - provides equal suction across the full width of the nozzle
Heated Cleaning - applies heat directly to the floor
Patented SpinScrub brushes for carpets and hard floors - work together, scrubbing carpet fibers on all sides to gently loosen dirt
Automatic detergent mixing system - provides the correct mix of detergent and water for optimal cleaning results
Removable transparent nozzle - for quick rinse cleaning
Auto Rinse feature - rinses your carpet and hard floors, leaving less detergent residue behind
Hard floor package - everything you need to clean your hard floors. Includes: hard floor squeegee, SpinScrub brushes for hard floors, and large, soft wheels
Powerful 12-amp motor provides maximum suction and cleaning power
Just below the lower cord hook on the back of the unit, the Max Extract has a small drainage port. This is the spot where any water that ends up underneath the clean water tank will drain out to avoid ending up on the motor. Some water may come out when the unit is first reclined because a little bit of water will end up on the shelf below the tank when it is placed on the unit. If water is continuously running out of this area, then the clean water tank is not sealing to the unit. First remove the clean water tank. Dry the bottom of the tank and the shelf with a towel. Then check the rubber piece (or pieces, some units have two of them) on the unit in the middle of the area where the tank sits. Have the customer pull up on it a little bit and make sure that it is not suctioning down. Then replace the tank and recline the handle to see if water runs out. You will see some water come out but the water should stop shortly after the handle is reclined. If water continues to run out, the unit will need to be taken into a service center.