If you are experiencing leaking issues with your PowerEdge Steam mop, here are some tips.
- You may be holding down the trigger longer than needed. Make 3 back and forth strokes and release the trigger.
- The unit might appear to be leaking, but the pad may just be soaked from using too much steam in one area.
- Check the water tank to see if there are any cracks or leaks. Make sure to have water in the tank while inspecting to see if it is dripping.
- Make sure the water tank’s rubber nozzle is secured tightly on the back of the tank and placed correctly in the machine.
We hope these steps have helped to eliminate any leaking issues you may have had!