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  • I have recently been starting up carpet cleaning/hot water extraction with the Amtex inferno 20hp truck mounted unit. We are having minor trouble with the unit, Currently water is pouring into the waste tank and not dripping. I have cleaned the Derma valve and set back up with no new result. Water still flows , not drips , into the tank. What would be my next step to situating the issue ?
    Hey Ben this is Jose how are you? Remember I told you tat I want to talk to you about the inferno, can I call you, you can send me your phone # to my email thank you
    Ben, can you email me the pictured diagram on how to clean the heat bypass switch? I know how to do it, but there's a spring that looks funny in it. I just want to make sure it's in there the right way.

    my email is,

    Hi Ben, here is information on Allen Equipment here in Chandler Arizona. Really good people there and they provide great customer service.

    Allen Equipment, Inc.
    600 S. 56th Street, suite 3
    Chandler, Az. 85226

    Hey ben I hear a lot of good things about you I hear your the man when it comes to truckmounts I have a question I have a 30hp pulley size 3.5" blower 45 pulley size 6" I like running machine at 3200 rpms I don't like running machine at 3600 its to loud what changes can I make to better my cfm thanx ben
    Hi, Ben..I recently bought a used prowler, 09 version with the 1000 psi hypro, anyway there is a youtube instructional video in which you emphasize that you will be cleaning that particular carpet with clean water. Is there a reason for that? My unit has the chemical feed head on the pump. Wouldn't i just add a bulb filter to the hose and stick it in the liquid cleanser jug and adjust the mixture accordingly??
    I have to say even though I dont own any of you're equipment, I know that when I do get my company up and running you are going to get my business. I really like the way you do business, I also love the way you guys put these machines together they are set-up amazingly. Anyway keep up the great work Ben, John
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