Bissell ProHeat 7901 or 8910 floor cleaner.

The “window nozzle with hook” part no. BI-2149871 gets plugged-up frequently. The problem is not that it gets plugged-up. It is normal for things to get plugged whenever cleaning anything. The fact that you have to remove and then re-install two Phillips head screws every time it does in order to remove and clean under it just plain stupid. Bissell could easily have put in a couple of latches or hooks for this but either some idiot overpaid engineer or executive decided to put screws instead. Get with it Bissell.
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