Dirt Devil carpet cleaners scrub your carpet clean using heavy duty roller brushes and powerful extraction motors. The pump motors, extraction motors and brush motors used in Dirt Devil carpet cleaners are known for their reliability. When your Dirt Devil carpet cleaner breaks down, count on Sears PartsDirect to have the replacement parts you need to fix your machine.
What to do when your Dirt Devil carpet cleaner won't spray cleaning solution on the carpet
Check the cleaning solution tank. Make sure the tank has cleaning solution. Check for a clog in the cleaning solution tank.
Check the spray nozzle for a clog. Clean the spray nozzle if it's clogged with dirt or residue.
Unplug the carpet cleaner and check wiring between the pump and the switch assembly. Reconnect any loose wires and repair any broken wires.
If these troubleshooting tips don't help, then you may need to replace the pump or the switch assembly.
Common replacement parts for Dirt Devil carpet cleaners
Beater bar assembly. The carpet cleaner beater bar assembly rotates and scrubs the carpet.
Brush motor. The carpet cleaner brush motor rotates the brush assembly at the bottom of the carpet cleaner.
Flow indicator. The flow indicator spins when you squeeze the trigger to indicate cleaning solution is being applied to the carpet. The flow indicator stops spinning when the solution tank is empty or the trigger is released.
Extraction motor assembly. The extraction motor assembly rotates to create suction for the turbine.