PowerPro Aqua 2-in-1 Wet and Dry Cordless Vacuum Cleaner and Mop
Filters 90% bacteria and allergens, Mop and vacuum at the same time, Lightweight, 40min run time FC6402/61
The water tank of my Philips PowerPro Aqua Vacuum is leaking
If the water tank of your Philips PowerPro Aqua Vacuum is leaking, this can have several causes:
The water tank is held in an incorrect position
Always make sure that the water tank is held with the microfibre cloth straight up or straight down. If you position the water tank differently, there is a possibility that the water will flow quickly through the wetting strip.
The cap of the water tank is not properly closed
Close the cap after filling the water tank with water.
The strip is not placed properly in the bottom of the water tank
Check the strip and make sure that it is fitted properly in the bottom plate of the water tank.
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