Question about Hoover Vacuums
I bought a v belt and drive belt the drive belt is to big so the roller doesn't turn. Can you please tell me why?
I'm guessing you have a hoover self propel windtunnel. If that is the case then you should bought the V belt suffix 034 and Flat belt suffix 035. The belt numbers should be listed on the serial tag though.
With most hoover two belt systems there is a pulley that is supposed engage when you recline the machine and this will apply tension to the V belt and tighten the system up so that the brush will spin. If you hold it upside down with the bottom plate off, and release the foot pedal, you should be able to see it happen.
Occasionally that pulley gets stuck and on some newer models they are prone to breaking as well.
Make sure the machine isn't set to floors.
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