Problems with Autoscrubber

Avdo

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I have Clarke Focus II. Everything works perfect for first 20 min and then solution just stops coming out. Solution tank if full. Batteries are full, but Im not sure what is going on.

Does anybody have any idea what could it be?

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check the line from the bottom of solution tank that goes to pad more than likely there is trash in tank or line that's clogging because its gravity feed to pad don't have a focus but same logic
 
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There should be an inline filter where the water comes from the tank. Unscrew it and clean the filter then put it back together. Other than that, check the solenoid valve electrical connections and make sure they are clean. You can replace the solenoid valve if that doesn't work



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I will look into it. I also notice if I let it sit for a few minutes it goes back to normal. I was wondering if it is overheating somewhere or something. Im not sure why is it doing it.
 

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I have Clarke Focus II. Everything works perfect for first 20 min and then solution just stops coming out. Solution tank if full. Batteries are full, but Im not sure what is going on.

Does anybody have any idea what could it be?

Thanks
Check for a filter between the solution tank and the brushes it may be partially clogged. Also there may be a small solution pump, there may be an electrical issue with that. Check all electrical connections in case there is corrosion. That can cause an issue with the delivery of the solution to the drive blocks.