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To release dirty water tank, press down on the colored tank handle.
Tilt the tank slightly toward you.
Grab the handle and tank with both hands and pull the dirty water tank up and away to remove.
For quick empty:
Pull the rubber tab and tilt to pour. (Located at the corner of the top of the tank.) When closing the rubber tab, make sure all edges are sealed tight.
For final clean and rinse: Unscrew the ring at the bottom of tank.
Gently remove the float stack, rinse, and clean.
Once clean, return float stack into the tank by lining up the arrows so they point at each other. This is the only way the float stack will fit into the tank.
With the arrows aligned, the float stack should lock into place.
Return the ring and twist to lock. Water may leak if the ring is not fully tightened.
Clean the red filter below the dirty tank by wiping off any remaining dirt or debris.
To return the dirty tank: Angle the tank and insert bottom first. Then tilt the tank toward the machine and push the top in until it clicks into place.
Did You Know? The Float Stack is what prevents your dirty tank from overflowing.
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