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Mytee Spyder HP60 Instruction manual
UNPACKING THE MACHINE
Before unpacking the machine, inspect all boxes and pallets for signs of shipping damage. Please be
aware that all packages leave Mytee Products in perfect condition. Any equipment or carton damage
caused during shipping is the responsibility of the freight company, and should be handled by filing a
claim with the carrier.
A919 - Exterior
Blower Attachment
The safety labels
appear on the
machine in the
locations indicated.
Replace labels if they
become damaged or
cannot be read.
8501 - 15’ 1-1/4” Vac/Sol Hose
PC88 Interior
Blower
Attachment
! WARNING: Flammable materials can cause an
explosion or fire. Do not use flammable materials in
tank(s). Flammable materials or reactive metals can
cause explosion or fire.
! WARNING LABEL- Located on back. Label warns
operator of safe practices of equipment.
Vacuum
Tank Lid
Motor
Housing/
Base
8400 - 3” Stainless
Steel Upholstery Tool
SAFETY LABELS
MACHINE COMPONENTS
Solution
Tank
H294 - 25’ Blower Hose
Vacuum
Hose
Connector
Solution
Hose
Connector
SETUP
1. Open lid of solution tank. Fill solution tank with
water or approved cleaning agent.
! WARNING: Flammable materials can cause an
explosion or fire. Do not use flammable solutions or
materials in tank(s).
NOTE: When cleaning upholstery, always check
manufacturer’s cleaning instructions.
TIPS
1. Work away from outlet and power cord to prevent cord
damage.
2. Use a recommended foam control solution in the
recovery tank to prevent vacuum motor damage.
Periodically check for excessive foam buildup in solution
tank, and recovery tank.
3. To clean heavily soiled areas, repeat cleaning path from
different direction.
4. When ball float shuts off vacuum, it is time to empty the
dirty water from the recovery tank, and refill solution tank.
5. After cleaning, relieve water pressure from tool before
disconnecting hose. Squeeze trigger for five seconds
after turning main power switch off.
MAINTENANCE
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine, unplug cord from
wall outlet.
1. Flush solution system with Mytee system
maintainer to dissolve normal chemical buildup.
a. Pour 7.5L (2 gal) of hot water 60°C
(140°F) into solution tank. Add Mytee
system maintainer according to mixing
instructions on bottle
FOR SAFETY: When using machine, follow
mixing and handling instructions on chemical
containers.
b. Operate machine for one minute.
c. Shut off machine and allow remaining
solution to break down chemical buildup
overnight.
d. Next day, spray out remaining
solution and flush system with 11L (3gal)
of clean water.
2. Inspect vacuum hoses for holes and loose
cuffs. Drain and dry the vacuum hose as well.
3. Inspect spray pattern for clogging. If
clogged, remove spray tips and soak them in
a recommended liquid neutralizer for up to six
hours. To remove spray tip, twist spray tip body
counter-clockwise.
4. Lubricate wheels with water resistant oil.
5. Inspect machine for water leaks and loose
hardware.
6. Remove float shut-off screen from recovery
tank and clean.
1. Turn machine off and unplug power cord.
NOTE: The float shut off screen is not glued on.
Simply pull it off.
2. Remove solution & vacuum hose.
ATTENTION: If using powdered cleaning chemicals,
mix prior to adding.
3.Attach 45º-drain elbow to dump valve and lift up drain
valve lever to empty recovery tank.
STORING MACHINE
2. Attach solution hose. (Located front of machine.)
NOTE: Make sure the quick disconnects snap
together firmly. As you do this, always inspect
hoses for cracks or fraying. Do not use if hoses are
damaged.
4. Attach vacuum hose to recovery tank.
PRE-OPERATION
1. Vacuum carpet and upholstery and remove
other debris.
2. Perform MACHINE SETUP procedures.
3. Inspect power cord for damage.
B. Pull up on tool lever to release air in the line.
Hold lever until you have a steady flow of water
coming out of the wand.
C. Once pump is primed and you have pressure
in the solution line, turn on heater switch(s) (if
model is equipped with heater) and wait a few
minutes for water to heat up.
D. Once water is heated, turn on vacuum
motors and begin cleaning.
FOR SAFETY: When using machine, follow mixing
and handling instructions on chemical containers.
3. Attach other end of solution hose to wand.
Blower Attachment
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
(EVERY 20 HOURS OF OPERATION)
5. Plug machine’s cord into a grounded wall outlet.
FOR SAFETY: Do not operate machine unless cord is
properly grounded.
FOR SAFETY: Do not operate machine with the use
of an extension cord.
WARRANTY
Mytee Products, Inc. endeavors to provide high quality products and product support to its customers and therefore backs up
all of its new products purchased from Mytee Products Inc. (“Mytee”) or any authorized Mytee distributor/service center
with this limited warranty. This limited warranty begins on the date of the customer’s purchase and is valid and available to the original purchaser only. Mytee’s products are for commercial use only and are not intended for personal,
family or household uses.
DRAINING RECOVERY TANK
MACHINE MAINTENENCE
To keep machine in good working condition, simply follow
machine’s daily and weekly maintenance procedures.
Check valves and relief valves should be replaced
annually.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine, unplug cord from
wall outlet.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
1. Empty and rinse out solution tank thoroughly.
2. Wipe off power cord and check for damage, replace if
necessary. Coil cord neatly after use.
3. Clean machine with an all purpose cleaner and damp cloth.
1. Before storing machine, be certain to
completely drain and rinse tanks of all water and
solution.
2. Drain and dry the vacuum hose as well, using
the drain hose provided
3. Store machine in a dry area in the upright
position.
4. Open recovery tank cover to promote air
circulation
ATTENTION: Do not expose to rain. Store indoors.
ATTENTION: If storing machine in freezing
temperatures, be sure that machine and solution
system are completely drained and dry.
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC | 13655 STOWE DRIVE | POWAY. CA 92064
PHONE: 858-679-1191 | FAX: 858-679-7814
H226 45O Drain Elbow
OPERATION
7. Turning machine on.
A. Turn pump switch on.
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H375 - Hose Hanger
Spyder HP60
HOWEVER, OTHER THAN SET FORTH HEREIN, MYTEE GIVES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO DESCRIPTION, QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, PRODUCTIVENESS, INFRINGEMENT,
OR OTHER MATTER, OF ANY GOODS WHICH MYTEE SHALL SUPPLY. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND
BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. MYTEE SHALL IN NO WAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROPER
USE AND APPLICATION OF THE GOODS. MYTEE NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO
ASSUME FOR MYTEE ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF MYTEE’S GOODS. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY POLICY MAY BE CHANGED OR WITHDRAWN BY MYTEE AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE
.
WEAR PARTS 90-DAY LIMITED WARRANTY: Mytee will replace all wear parts for 90 days from the date of original purchase. “Wear parts” are items which wear out as a result of usage or the passage of time and are consumed despite
attempts to maintain them, such as gaskets, wheels, brass, cords, wires, electrical terminals, hoses, switches, thermostats, plastisol parts, filters, bearings, brushes, solenoids, o-rings, bulbs, heating elements, castors, or other parts
deemed wear items in Mytee’s sole discretion. This warranty covers the cost of replacement only and does not cover
shipping or labor costs.
PUMP, VACUUM MOTOR AND HEATER 1-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: Mytee warrants that pumps, vacuum and floor
machine motors, and heaters will be free from manufacturing defects, defects in workmanship, and defects in material
for one (1) year from the date of original purchase. This warranty does not apply and is void if the pump, vacuum motor,
or heater has worn brush motors, water damage, chemical build-up, chemical damage, or evidence of abuse, neglect or
tampering. This warranty covers the cost of replacement or repair only and does not cover shipping or labor costs.
HOUSING 5-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: For five (5) years from the date of purchase, Mytee warrants a percentage of the
cost of replacement of rotationally-molded housings pro-rated as follows: Mytee will pay 100% of replacement cost in
the first year from the date of purchase, 75% of replacement cost in the second year from the date of purchase, 50% in
the third year, 25% in the fourth year, and 12% in the fifth year. Replacement cost does not include the cost of shipping
or labor.
LIMITATION OF DAMAGES: THE REMEDY OF REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF ANY DEFECTIVE GOODS SHALL BE THE
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER ANY WARRANTY MADE BY MYTEE, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL MYTEE BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, PROPERTY DAMAGES, OR PERSONAL INJURIES.
All limited warranties are void for, and Mytee does not warrant in any way, any product that evidences misapplication,
improper installation, abuse, lack of maintenance, negligence in use or care, abnormal use, alteration of design, use of
incompatible or corrosive chemicals, use in a rental service, and/or servicing, installation of parts, or repairs by anyone
other than Mytee or a Mytee authorized distributor or service center.
Mytee may make changes in products it manufactures and markets at any time; these changes are made without obligation to change, retrofit, or upgrade any product previously sold or manufactured. Mytee has no obligation to honor the
limited warranties set forth herein unless the original purchaser, promptly upon discovering the warranty claim and
prior to continuing to use the product, contacts Mytee or a Mytee authorized distributor or service center to describe
the claim and to receive and follow instructions for documenting and resolving the claim. In addition, the purchaser
must provide the product to which the claim applies to Mytee or a Mytee authorized distributor or service center for a
thorough inspection.
If any provision or portion of this limited warranty policy is found to be unenforceable, then the remaining provisions
and portions shall remain valid and enforceable. If any provision or portion of this limited warranty policy is found to
be limited by law, then that provision or portion shall be construed to make it effective within the bounds of law. For example, if there are legal limitations on the duration of warranties, the warranties made herein shall be construed to have
the minimum duration required by law, or, if there are legal limitations of exclusion of remedies, the exclusions made
herein shall be construed to apply to the fullest extent possible without violating the law.
The validity, construction and performance of this warranty policy shall be governed by the laws of the State of California, without respect to conflicts of laws principles. The exclusive jurisdiction of any legal action arising from or related
to this warranty policy shall be in the State of California and no legal action shall be commenced elsewhere.
spyder
hp60
™
Instruction Manual
& Safety Guide
STEP 1
fill
solution
tank.
STEP 2
STEP 3
FOR BEST
RESULTS, FILL
WITH WARM
WATER (140O f)
attach hoses.
STEP 4
attach hoses
to upholstery
tool.
STEP 5
STEP 6
plug unit
into a 20 amp
grounded
outlet.
TURN ON PUMP.
key tool until
you have a
steady flow.
STEP 7
STEP 8
wait 8 - 10
minutes for
unit to pre-heat.
release tool
trigger. turn
on heater.
HEATER
STEP 9
re-key
upholstery tool
until hot water
begins flowing.
STEP 17
to clean heavily
soiled areas,
repeat cleaning
from different
direction.
once hot water is
flowing, release
TRIGGER and preheat an additional
4-5 minutes.
STEP 18
When float
shuts off
vacuum, empty
tanks.
45º Elbow
STEP 19
When work
is complete,
unplug cords
and hoses.
STEP 11
STEP 10
STEP 20
Wrap and clean
hoses. Clean
all tanks.
turn on the
vacuum motor.
VACUUM
FAQ’s for HP60 spyder
STEP 12
begin cleaning.
make two dry
passes to every
wet pass.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This machine is intended for commercial use. It is
designed to clean carpet and upholstery in an indoor
environment and is not constructed for any other
use. Use only recommended cleaning solutions and
accessory tools.
Q:
What comes standard with the HP60?
All operators must read, understand and practice
the following safety precautions.
A:
The HP60 comes with two hose hangers (H375), a 25’ 12/3 Yellow Safety Cord, 15’ 1-1/4” The following safety alerts symbols are used
Vacuum/Solution Hose (8501), 25’ Blower Hose throughout this manual as indicated in their description:
(H234), Exterior Blower Attachment (A919), Interior Blower Attachment (PC88), and ! WARNING: To warn of hazards or unsafe practices
a 3” Stainless Steel Upholstery Tool (8400).
which could result in severe personal injury or death.
Please see owner’s manual for breakdown.
FOR SAFETY: To identify actions which must be
followed for safe operation of equipment.
Q:Does Mytee recommend a tool for the machine?
The following information signal potentially dangerous
A:
A variety of tools can be used with the unit,
conditions to the operator or equipment:
including our 8390 wand, 8700 crevice tool, and
FOR SAFETY:
8400 upholstery tool.
1. Do not operate machine:
• Unless trained and authorized.
Q:
Where do I plug the machine in?
• Unless operator manual has been read and
A:
The HP60 requires a 20A grounded circuit.
understood.
Please note: GFI outlets may trip before the
• In flammable or explosive areas.
breaker setting.
• Unless cord is properly grounded.
• With damaged cord or plug.
• If not in proper operating condition.
Q:
What is the proper pre heat cycle for the HP60?
• In outdoor areas.
A
Turn pump switch to the on position and prime
• In standing water.
pump through the solution hose and the tool.
2. Before operating machine:
Then turn the heater switch to the on position.
• Make sure all safety devices are in place and
Let the machine sit idle for 8-10 minutes. Spray
operate properly.
tool until you feel the hot water from the jet. Let
3. When using machine:
• Do not run machine over cord.
machine sit idle for 3-5 minutes. This will insure
• Do not pull machine by plug or cord.
the water in the heater and hoses will be at the
• Do not pull cord around sharp edges or
hottest point to start cleaning.
corners
• Do not unplug by pulling on cord.
Q: Are the pumps re-buildable for the HP60?
• Do not stretch cord.
A:Yes, both the seals and the pistons have repair
• Do not handle plug with wet hands.
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
kits available. Please see the pump manual that
• Report machine damage or faulty operation
shipped with your machine for the maintenance
immediately to your distributor.
schedule.
• Follow mixing and handling instructions on
chemical containers.
Q:
Is there anything I can do to increase the
4. Before leaving or servicing machine:
expected life of my machine?
• Turn off machine.
A:Running the vacuum motors with the tank empty
• Unplug cord from wall outlet.
5. When servicing machine:
and lid off will allow excess moisture in the
• Unplug cord from wall outlet.
vacs to dry off. You should also run a System
• Avoid moving parts.
Maintainer through the system to keep the hoses,
• Do not wear loose jackets, shirts, or sleeves.
pump, and heater clean and free of debris.
• Use manufacturer supplied or approved
replacement parts.
Q:
A:
How much does the HP60 weigh and what are the shipping dimensions?
77lbs. Net - 90 lbs. Ship - Box dimensions are 29”x18”x37”. Must ship motor freight.
STEP 13
STEP 14
for FLOOR
cleaning,
unplug
TOOL and
attach
FLOOR
WAND.
Machine must be grounded.
If it should malfunction
or breakdown, grounding
provides a path of least
resistance for electrical
shock. This machine is
equipped with a cord having
an equipment-grounding
conductor and grounding
plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate
outlet that is properly
installed in accordance
with all local code and
ordinances. Do not remove
ground pin; if missing,
replace plug before use.
! WARNING:
Hazardous Voltage. Shock
or electrocution can result.
Always unplug machine
before servicing.
! WARNING:
Flammable materials can
cause an explosion or
fire. Do not use flammable
materials in tank(s).
! WARNING:
Flammable materials or
reactive metals can cause
an explosion or fire.
FOR DRY
VACUUMING,
ATTACH aUTO
vAC (avi).
TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
UNIT WILL NOT TURN ON:
Not plugged in.
Plug machine in proper outlet.
Circuit breaker has popped.
Reset circuit breaker. Make sure no other items are
running on the same circuit as machine. Outlet must
be a 20-amp circuit.
SYMPTOM:
PROBLEM:
PUMP IS NOT RUNNING PROPERLY:
Quick disconnects are not completely locked together.
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM: SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM: SOLUTION:
Snap quick disconnects firmly together.
The solution tank is empty.
Fill the solution tank up with a premixed liquid detergent.
Jet on upholstery tool is clogged.
Clean jet with soft wire brush or remove jet and flush clean.
Filters are clogged.
Remove filters and rinse clean with water.
Heater is blocked with hard water deposits.
Flush out heaters with Mytee Products, Inc. system
maintainer solution.
Brass check valve is stuck.
Replace with new check valve.
Pump wire has become disconnected.
Reconnect wire.
Switch on switch plate is bad.
Replace switch.
Pump motor brushes are worn out.
Replace pump.
SYMPTOM:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
HEATER IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY:
The back up sensor, mounted on the heater has popped.
Reset sensor by pushing in button.
Heating element is bad.
Replace element.
SYMPTOM:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM: SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
PROBLEM:
SOLUTION:
VACUUM MOTOR IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY:
Hose not connected tightly to upholstery tool or machine.
Connect hose tightly.
Drain valve is not shut completely.
Close drain valve completely.
Vacuum tank lid is not on tightly.
Secure the vacuum tank tightly.
Ball float is shut off.
Empty the vacuum tank of all wastewater.
Water is coming out of vacuum motor.
Use a low foaming detergent.
Upholstery tool or wand is clogged with hair, carpet
fibers and or debris.
Clean upholstery tool or floor wand jets.
Ball float is not installed correctly.
Make sure that ball float is firmly installed on the elbow.
STEP 15
work away
from cords
to avoid
damage.
STEP 16
use a
defoamer
in your
recovery
tank.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
The following accessories and tools are available for this unit, and can
be purchased separately at your local Mytee dealer. You can find more
information on any of them at www.mytee.com
Airmover
(2200)
10” Single
Jet, Two Piece
Floor Wand.
(8390)
Mytee-Dry™
(2700)
Auto Vac
Allows dry Vacuuming
with your Extractor
(AV1)
System Maintainer
(3601)
Stainless Steel
Crevice Tool
(8700)
Tradewind™ Airmover
(3000)
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