20 Most Recent Hoover U6476-910 WindTunnel Upright Vacuum Cleaner Bagged Vacuum Questions & Answers


Hello! Follow the steps below to replace the v-belt on your Hoover.

1. Slide flat belt off large pulley.
2. To remove v-belt, slide back of belt over pulley. Then firmly pull on belt and snap it off. Discard used belt.
3. To install new belt (with lettering on outside of belt) slide back of belt over pulley and pull front of belt toward groove next to pulley. Belt will pop into place.
4. Insert brush-roll through belt and position belt in groove on brush-roll.

I have also included a link you may visit to view the owner's manual and these instructions.

http://hoover.com/file/509/

Hoover U6476-910... | Answered on Dec 15, 2015


Use the left lower pedal .

Hoover U6476-910... | Answered on Jun 25, 2014


It's probably the power switch. My switch was dicey for a couple years, finally gave out. Easy to replace.

Remove the two screws just above the WARNING on the rear of the upper handle assembly, then slide the whole assembly to the rear of the vacuum.

Remove the dust bag cover. You will see two holes just above the upper corners of the dust bag. Remove the screws from these recessed screw holes.

Open the furniture cleaner cover and remove the cleaner attachment. Remove the single screw that was hidden behind the attachment. Then remove the attachment housing by pulling it towards the front of the vacuum.

Inside you will see the rear of the power switch. Pull off the power wires (don't worry, easy on/off male/female connectors, no soldering).

The switch is held in by tension bars at the upper and lower rear of the switch. Firmly press down on one of both of the upper/lower tension bars, and push the switch through the housing from the rear of the switch.

Replacement part number is 28161067, about $2.50. Shop will charge about $85 to repair it themselves.

Hoover U6476-910... | Answered on Feb 19, 2011


is the vacuum cleaner belt broken!!

Hoover U6476-910... | Answered on Jan 11, 2011


Inspection of the circuit board found that the 470uF capacitor looked damaged. I replaced it and I now have the Green and Red lights are working correctly.

Hoover U6476-910... | Answered on Jan 20, 2010


There is a cable from the handle down to the transmission on this machine that breaks all the time or the cable is mounted to a plastic piece that is broken. That will need to be replaced.

Hoover U6476-910... | Answered on Nov 28, 2009


If you haven't already, remove the beater bar. This is accomplished by unplugging the vacuum and turning it beater bar up. Remove the clips or screws that hold the plate on the beater bar and set aside. The beater bar sits in sockets, so carefully remove the bar, noting the correct position of the sockets. This will make reassembly much easier. Slip the beater bar out of the drive belt. Now, inspect the suction cavity that the beater bar would discharge into. Usually, things clog up here as there is a flex hose that catches things, creating a pluggage.
Hope this helps, --W/D--

Hoover U6476-910... | Answered on Jul 18, 2009


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go to hover for the owners manual sounds like it might be a clogged internal filter stifling the normal flow of cooling air around the motor

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