Let’s say you have the O Cedar Microfiber Spray Mop and the trigger doesn’t work. You’re now curious, Can I fix my O Cedar Spray Mop? Yes! You can follow these steps to troubleshoot your mop and fix it so it works again.
I also faced the same issue and I was at your point emotionally because I also did not know what to do. Then, an expert helped me. Here’s what I did.
Step 1: Check the tank
If your O Cedar spray mop’s trigger isn’t working, you might want to check if there’s any cleaning solution left in its tank. If it appears empty and no liquid is coming out when you press down on its trigger, refill it.
It may seem as though there isn’t much solution in there but believe us, there still is! The solution is trapped at the bottom of a deep well in its tank.
To access more of it, turn your mop upside down and tap gently until you hear a couple of splashes; that will draw more liquid into view so you can fill up.
Step 2: Clean its spray head
Many times, spray mops’ triggers stop working due to an accumulation of gunk, hair, and dust. If your trigger isn’t working properly, you can often fix it by cleaning out any debris that may be stuck in or around it.
To do so, carefully disassemble your O Cedar spray mop and remove its trigger mechanism. From there, use a paper towel or soft rag to wipe away any dirt and debris from inside its nozzle.
Step 3: Connect the wire properly
If you’re connecting a plug to another wire, check to make sure you’ve put them together properly. The black wire is for hot power and should be connected to either red or green.
The white wire is for neutral and should be connected to yellow or blue. If you look at your appliance’s plug, it will tell you which color goes with which power source (red is for hot).
When in doubt, read your owner’s manual. It’ll also tell you how much wattage your device draws (don’t exceed what your cord can handle).
Step 4: Replace the trigger
If you’ve determined that your trigger is broken, then it’s time to move on to our final step: replacing it.
Hopefully, now your spray mop is as good as new. If not, please feel free to contact us through the comments section and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. I hope that helped! Happy mopping!
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As discussed in our previous DIY guides, you can always fix the O Cedar spray mop trigger not working. If you have tried but it didn’t work for you then don’t forget to ask for expert help.
Before that try fixing it yourself or have someone who knows about these things and has some experience of using them.
Hope we helped on how to fix the O Cedar spray mop trigger not working by taking out its button. Please leave a comment below and let us know if it worked for you or did you take any other step apart from ours?