Question about Bosch BUC11700UC Cyclone Jet Bagless Upright Vacuum

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I need a new belt drive gear.

The gear on the end of the motor shaft that the belt fits over broke. I have the parts list and looks like I haveto get the whole motor. Is that right? Where can I get this gear?

This is a Siemens VU01C170UC part No. 41 7322, which I found out is exactly the same as Bosch bagless jet BUC 11700 UC.

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  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008


    msgtgeno,

    Txs, I'm in need of a replacement belt. Are you saying this pn is the same vac, just a Siemens or are you quoting the motor PN?

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Here's the Bosch website where you can order from the parts list . http://www.boschappliances.com/site_tools/orderparts.aspx?menu_id=34&menulevel=0304 Then click on Order Accessories and Additional Parts I need a new belt drive gear. - spacer.gif spacer.gif Looking for accessories for your Bosch range or cooktop? Or perhaps you're looking to purchase additional parts? Order here.
It will take you to another window. Type in the Model # BUC11700UC. It'll display the picture and part number. Click on the part # to order.

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I need the belt drive motor for a Bosch BUC11700UC vacuum.

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  • dalemen Mar 08, 2009

    thank you , I will try the website for parts

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